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|Date of birth||12 August 1986|
|Place of birth||Pietà, Malta|
|Height||1.82 m (6 ft 0 in)|
|Playing position||Central defender - Defensive Midfielder - Right Back|
|2006–2007||→ Martina (loan)||15||(1)|
|2011||→ Birkirkara (loan)||14||(1)|
|2013–2014||S.E.F. Torres 1903||14||(1)|
|2014||→ A.S> Aprilia (T/f)||16||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 31 August 2011.
† Appearances (Goals).
Agius started his career with Santa Lucia, his hometown club, before moving to Sliema Wanderers. In July 2003, Agius was part of the Sliema U-16 team that participated in the Nikola Kotkov Tournament, organised by the Academy Lokomotiv 101. On December 19, 2003, he made his senior debut for Sliema in a Premier League match against Floriana.
Within a few weeks of making his appearance for Sliema, Agius left for his first overseas challenge. At the age of 17, Agius joined Serbian first-division club FK Zemun. Agius was given a six-month contract but played mostly for Zemun’s youth team, scoring two goals in the process. That summer, Agius was on the move again, this time to Italy where Sicilian club Sporting Mascalucia, who play in the Eccellenza, had agreed to sign him. In his first season with Sporting Mascalucia, Agius scored three goals and was named as the most promising midfielder in the regional league.
After another positive season with Mascalucia, in the summer of 2005 Agius secured a contract with Serie A club Messina where he became a regular in the reserve squad. In his first year with Messina, Agius was converted into a defender. In February 2006, Agius took part in the Torneo Mondiale di Calcio Coppa Carnevale and scored two goals, one against Pistoiese and the other against Torino. In May 2006, Agius was among the Messina substitutes for the Serie A match against Empoli. After his initial one-year spell with Messina, Agius was loaned to Serie C side FC Martina Franca during the 2006 August transfer window.
During season 2006–07, Agius faced competition for first-team places from experienced and seasoned players but still managed some appearances for Martina Franca in the Coppa Italia. In the 2007–08 season Agius linked joined FC Igea Virtus (Messina), who are regarded as the second team of Messina Calcio. In his first season with Igea Virtus, Agius played 34 league matches and one in the Coppa Italia. Agius was offered a long-term contract by Messina. In March 2008, Agius signed a four-year deal with Messina but in the summer of 2008, financial difficulties forced the Serie B club to file for bankruptcy. Agius was freed from his contractual obligations with the club. He rejoined Igea Virtus where he was an automatic choice in their first team.
Later in the 09/10 season, Agius joined Serie C team SS Cassino, in co-ownership deal from Salernitana. In January 2010 Agius was loaned to A.S. Melfi, and then in August 2010 Agius signed a two-year contract with A.S. Melfi. In January 2011 it looked as Agius was going to sign with Serie B side Triestina, even playing for them in a triangualr tournament, but nothing came of it. He then returned to Malta with Birkirkara on loan. On 31 August 2011 Agius signed with Italian Lega Pro Prima Divisione side U.S. Latina Calcio, who have been promoted.
Agius received his first call-up to Malta’s U-21 squad, then coached by Mark Miller, in August 2003 for a friendly match against Italy U-21.
Agius has represented Malta 37 times at U-21 level. In 2005, he formed part of the Malta U-21 team that participated in the Mediterranean Games, held in Almeria Spain. In February 2006, Agius, aged 19, was named in Malta’s senior squad for the biennial Malta International football tournament. The other participating nations were Georgia and Moldova. On 4 June 2006 Agius played for Malta in a pre-World Cup friendly against Japan in Duesseldorf. Agius marked his return to international football in Malta’s defence during the World Cup qualifying matches against Albania, Denmark and Hungary. Andrei is now a vital player in Malta's defence, and is always a first choice pick with his central defensive partner Jonathan Caruana.
|1.||Serbia||2004,||FK Zemun||Under 18||17||1|
|4.||Italy||2006–07,||FC Martina Franca||C1||5||0|
|5.||Italy||2007–08,||FC Igea Virtus||C2||35||1|
|6.||Italy||2008–09,||FC Igea Virtus||C2||33||2|
|7.||Italy||2009–10,||SS Cassino Calcio||C2||10||0|
|10.||Malta||2011–11,||Birkirkara FC Malta||Premier League Malta||14||1|
|12.||Italy||2013–14,||Torres FC Calcio||C2||14||1|
National team appearances
|1.||25 February 2006||Ta' Qali Stadium, Ta' Qali, Malta||Moldova||0–1||0–1||Coca Cola & Multiplus Int.|
|2.||6 June 2006||LTU Arena, Düsseldorf, Germany||Japan||0–0||1–0||Friendly|
|3.||19 October 2008||Ta' Qali Stadium, Ta' Qali, Malta||Iceland||0–0||0–1||Friendly|
|4.||11 February 2009||Ta' Qali Stadium, Ta' Qali, Malta||Albania||0–0||0–0||2010 FIFA World Cup qualification|
|5.||28 March 2009||Ta' Qali Stadium, Ta' Qali, Malta||Denmark||0–3||0–3||2010 FIFA World Cup qualification|
|6.||1 April 2009||Stadium Puskás Ferenc, Budapest, Hungary||Hungary||1–0||3–0||2010 FIFA World Cup qualification|
|7.||5 June 2009||Chance Aréna, Jablonec, Czech Republic||Czech Republic||0–0||1–0||Friendly|
|8.||10 June 2009||Ullevi, Gothenburg, Sweden||Sweden||1–0||4–0||2010 FIFA World Cup qualification|
|9.||12 August 2009||Ta' Qali Stadium, Ta' Qali, Malta||Georgia||0–0||2–0||Friendly|
|10.||4 September 2009||Ta' Qali Stadium, Ta' Qali, Malta||Cape Verde||0–2||0–2||Friendly|
|11.||18 November 2009||Kordin Stadium, Kordin, Malta||Bulgaria||1–1||1–4||Friendly|
|12.||3 March 2010||Ta' Qali Stadium, Ta' Qali, Malta||Finland||1–0||1–2||Friendly|
|13.||13 May 2010||New Tivoli, Aachen, Germany||Germany||1–0||3–0||Friendly|
|14.||11 August 2010||Ta' Qali Stadium, Ta' Qali, Malta||Macedonia||0–1||1–1||Friendly|
|15.||1 September 2010||Ramat Gan Stadium, Tel Aviv, Israel||Israel||1–1||3–1||Euro 2012 Poland/Ukraine|
|16.||7 September 2010||Ta' Qali Stadium, Ta' Qali, Malta||Latvia||0–1||0–2||Euro 2012 Poland/Ukraine|
|17.||8 October 2010||Boris Paichadze Stadium, Tblisi, Georgia||Georgia||0–0||1–0||Euro 2012 Poland/Ukraine|
|18.||9 February 2011||Ta' Qali Stadium, Ta' Qali, Malta||Switzerland||0–0||0–0||Friendly|
|19.||26 March 2011||Ta' Qali Stadium, Ta' Qali, Malta||Greece||0–0||0–1||Euro 2012 Poland/Ukraine|
|20.||4 June 2011||Georgios Karaiskakis Stadium, Piraeus, Greece||Greece||2–0||3–1||Euro 2012 Poland/Ukraine|
|21.||10 August 2011||Ta' Qali Stadium, Ta' Qali, Central African Republic[clarification needed]||Central African Republic||2–1||2–1||Friendly|
|22.||2 September 2011||Ta' Qali Stadium, Ta' Qali, Croatia||Croatia[clarification needed]||2–0||3–1||Euro 2012 Poland/Ukraine|
|23.||6 September 2011||Ta' Qali Stadium, Ta' Qali, Georgia[clarification needed]||Georgia||1–1||1–1||Euro 2012 Poland/Ukraine|
|24.||7 October 2011||Stadionas Skonto, Riga, Latvia||Latvia[clarification needed]||1–0||2–0||Euro 2012 Poland/Ukraine|
|25.||11 October 2011||Ta' Qali Stadium, Ta' Qali, Israel||Israel[clarification needed]||0–1||0–2||Euro 2012 Poland/Ukraine|
|26.||29 February 2012||Ta' Qali Stadium, Ta' Qali, Liechtenstein||Liechtenstein[clarification needed]||1–1||2–1||Friendly|
|27.||2 June 2012||Luxemburg Stadium, Luxemburg, Luxemburg||Luxemburg[clarification needed]||0–1||0–2||Friendly|
|28.||14 August 2012||San Marino Stadium, San Marino, San Marino||San Marino[clarification needed]||0–1||0–2||Friendly|
|29.||7 September 2012||Ta' Qali Stadium, Ta' Qali, Armenia||Armenia[clarification needed]||0–1||0–1||Brazil 2014|
|30.||11 September 2012||Modena Stadium, Modena, Italy||Italy[clarification needed]||2–0||1–0||Brazil 2014|
|31.||12 October 2012||Czech Stadium, Czech, Czech Republic||Czech[clarification needed]||1–0||3–1||Brazil 2014|
|32.||14 November 2012||Liechtenstein Stadium, Liechtenstein, Liechtenstein||Liechtenstein[clarification needed]||0–1||0–1||Friendly|
|33.||6 February 2013||Ta' Qali Stadium, Ta' Qali, Northern Ireland||Northern Ireland[clarification needed]||0–0||0–0||Friendly|
|34.||22 March 2013||Sofia Stadium, Sofia, Bulgaria||Bulgaria[clarification needed]||3–0||6–0||Brazil 2014|
|35.||14 August 2013||Baku Stadium, Baku, Azerbaijan||Azerbaijan[clarification needed]||1–0||3–0||Friendly|
|36.||6 September 2013||Ta Qali Stadium, Ta Qali, Denmark||Denmark[clarification needed]||1–2||3–0||Brazil 2014|
|37.||10 September 2013||Ta Qali Stadium, Ta Qali, Bulgaria||Bulgaria[clarification needed]||1–2||3–0||Brazil 2014|
|38.||11 October 2013||Ta Qali Stadium, Ta Qali, Czech Republic||Czech Republic[clarification needed]||1–4||3–0||Brazil 2014|
|39.||15 October 2013||Parken Stadium, Denmark, Denmark||Denmark[clarification needed]||6–0||3–0||Brazil 2014|
|40.||19 November 2013||Ta Qali Stadium, Ta Qali, Faroe Island||Faroe Islands[clarification needed]||3–2||3–0||Friendly|
|41.||5 March 2014||Tirana Stadium, Tirana, Albania||Albania[clarification needed]||1–0||2–0||Friendly|
|42.||3 June 2014||Estadio Algarve, Algarve, Portugal||Gibraltar[clarification needed]||0–0||1–0||Friendly|
- Andrei Agius flies to Serbia to join Zemun at Times of Malta
- "Defender Agius agrees loan move to Birkirkara". The Times of Malta. 18 January 2011.
- "Agius set for Latina move". The Times of Malta. 31 August 2011.
- "Il mercato si chiude con Agius". US Latina Calcio (in Italian). 31 August 2011. Retrieved 1 October 2011.
- "timesofmalta.com - Andrei Agius extends Messina contract". www.timesofmalta.com. Retrieved 2009-06-30.
- "FIFA.com - FIFA Player Statistics: Andrei AGIUS". www.fifa.com. Retrieved 2009-06-30.
- Andrei Agius Blogspot