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Gozo Stadium

On the island just north-west of Malta itself, Gozo's stadium has been extensively renovated in recent years.
Gozo Stadium
The Gozo 2012/13 UEFA Regions' Cup team line up at the stadium ©Stefan Abela

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Gozo Stadium

On the island just north-west of Malta itself, Gozo's stadium has been extensively renovated in recent years.

Capacity: 1,644
Opened: 1936

• The Gozo Stadium was built as the Silver Jubilee Stadium in the 1930s but was extensively renovated in the 1990s.

• The stadium stages matches in the island-wide Gozo Football League while Gozo FC played in the 1999/2000 Maltese Premier League, though the club no longer competes in top-level men's football.

• Malta have played competitive women's and youth internationals at the stadium, which also staged UEFA Regions' Cup qualifiers in October 2012.

• The island of Gozo is just north-west of Malta itself, famed for its scenery and its churches. It is connected to the mainland by ferry. Around 30,000 people live there including 6,000 in the main city of Victoria. The stadium is in Xewkija.

Last updated: 10/04/14 10.07CET

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