In this article we are going to talk about the products, services and history of Sirens FC.

Sirens FC football ground is the perfect venue to book a football pitch in the north of Malta for your 5 A-Side, 7 A-Side, 9 A-Side, or 11 A-Side game. This ground has a highly maintained full-sized 11 A-Side football pitch which is used for a number of competitions, including UEFA level tournaments and training camps and is therefore the perfect location for a kick around with friends or a training session with your football team. 

Sirens FC is the perfect location for all amateur teams in Malta. Used for a number of competitive leagues, this 11 A-Side ground is the perfect place to organise training sessions with your team.

If you plan to travel by car, ample parking is available on the side road outside the pitch. If you travel by public transport, this location is easily accessible by bus, with the nearest stop being ‘Vapur’.

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If a one-off game is not enough, why not take advantage of the block booking option at Corradino C Grounds? Block bookings are a great way to guarantee a weekly game and socialize with your friends. It also removes the hassle of payment as payment is effected automatically on a weekly basis.

Sirens FC was first known as “St. Paul’s Bay Football Team” for the seasons 1968–69 and participated in the Amateur Soccer Cup Competition (ASCC). In their debut season, the St Paul’s Bay team ended runners up that year. After obtaining such a good placing, the committee applied for affiliation in the Third Division of the Malta Football Association.

Season 2013–14 The blues left the league with an unbeaten record in the 2013-14 Maltese Third Division that made a big honour to them, Giovanni Galea made his all time goal scoring goals by scoring 44 goals in a single season, making him the record goalscorer in a single season in Maltese football. 17 days after Sirens FC secured a promotion to the Maltese Premier League.

After the first historic promotion, the team achieved another goal securing a place in a European competition for the first time, after reaching the fourth place in the season 2019-20.