Hamrun Spartans, have announced their plans to build a modern stadium with 3000 seats. The club’s President, Joseph Portelli, shared this exclusive news during an interview on Radio 105‘s program, ‘Mid-Dinja Hamrun.’
The proposed stadium will comply with UEFA regulations, opening up opportunities for Hamrun Spartans to host European matches in their hometown. President Joseph Portelli expressed his excitement about this significant milestone for the club.
The club is determined to move forward swiftly with the project and aims to present a comprehensive proposal to the Planning Authority and other relevant authorities by the end of May. The management team has been diligently working behind the scenes, ensuring that all requirements and legal considerations are addressed. If all goes according to plan, construction could begin within the year, marking a historic achievement for the club.
The new stadium, with its 3000 seats, will not only serve as an exceptional venue for Hamrun Spartans’ home games but will also eliminate the need to travel to other venues for European competitions. This prospect has generated immense excitement among loyal fans who have supported the club throughout the years.
Moreover, the stadium is expected to bring economic benefits to the local community by attracting visitors from across the island and beyond. Its strategic location in the heart of Hamrun will provide easy access for fans, and the vibrant atmosphere on match days is anticipated to support local businesses and establish the area as a sports and entertainment hub.
While specific details about the stadium’s design and features are yet to be disclosed, there is no doubt that Hamrun Spartans’ ambitious project will enhance the club’s infrastructure and raise its profile.
As the end of May approaches, all eyes will be on the progress of this endeavor. If the project receives the necessary approvals and construction begins, the dreams of the club’s management and supporters will be one step closer to realization, promising an exciting future for both the club and the community it represents.