Do you want to know more about the Pieta Grounds club and its facilities?, In this article we talk about the facilities, and the history of the club

Pieta Grounds, located in Malta, is a club with magnificent facilities, it has a recently refurbished artificial turf, ideal changing rooms and a bar with a wide selection of beers in which to spend the third half after playing the sport. It has a pitch perfect for playing 5-a-side football, 7-a-side and 9-a-side football matches

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You can access the site by public transport using the ‘St Luke’s’ stop which is just a 5-minute walk away, you can also access by car and park around the area

Pietà Hotspurs had their league debut on 23 October 1934, but any success the club had hoped to achieve was postponed due to the outbreak of World War II. After the war’s end, in 1968, Pietà took part in the Anglo Maltese Football League, before joining the Third Division of the National Championships, where they spent ten seasons. In 1985 they were promoted to the second division, shortly after they were relegated, but in 1988 they were promoted again, six years later they achieved promotion to the first division in which they continue to compete.The club’s football nursery has acquired a fame of producing talented footballers such as Cleavon Frendo, Massimo Grima, Valeri Bojinov, Saviour Darmanin and Attila Filkor,