2010–11 Maltese FA Trophy

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2010–11 Maltese FA Trophy
Country Malta
Defending championsValletta
ChampionsFloriana (19 Times)

The 2010–11 Maltese Cup is the 73rd season since its establishment. It will feature 21 teams from the Maltese Premier League, the First Division and the champions of the Gozo First Division. The competition will begin on 10 November 2010 and end on 22 May 2011 with the Final from Ta' Qali Stadium. The defending champions are Valletta, having won their 12th Maltese Cup last season and first since 2001. The winner will qualify to the second qualifying round of the 2011–12 UEFA Europa League.

Valletta were the defending champions, but lost in the Final to Floriana.


Matches will begin on 10 November 2010 and conclude with the final on 22 May 2011.[1] For the second straight year, four teams will receive a bye directly into the quarterfinals.

Round Date Fixtures New entrants Venue
Preliminary Round November 10, 2010 1 2 Centenary Stadium
First Round November 13 and 14, 2010 8 15 V. Tedesco Stadium
Hibernians Ground
Centenary Stadium
Second Round December 8, 2010 4 Ta' Qali National Stadium
Hibernians Ground
Quarterfinals March 18 and 19, 2011 4 4 Ta' Qali National Stadium
Hibernians Ground
Semifinals May 14 and 15, 2011 2 Ta' Qali National Stadium
Final May 22, 2011 1 Ta' Qali National Stadium

Preliminary round[edit]

Entering this round were two clubs from the Maltese First Division. This match took place on 10 November 2010.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Pieta Hotspurs 6–0 Msida Saint Joseph

First round[edit]

Entering this round was the winner from the Preliminary Round along with the six Maltese Premier League clubs which finished last season between 5th and 10th place in the league, the remaining eight clubs from the First Division and the reigning Gozo First Division champions. These matches took place from 12 to 14 November 2010.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Lija Athletic 0–3 Floriana
Dingli Swallows 3–5 (a.e.t.) Mosta
Marsaxlokk 1–0 Mqabba
Ħamrun Spartans 5–0 Melita
Hibernians 4–0 Pieta Hotspurs
Balzan Youths 1–3 Tarxien Rainbows
Victoria Hotspurs 2–4 Vittoriosa Stars
St. George's 1–2 St. Andrews

Second round[edit]

Entering this round were the eight winners from the First Round. These matches took place on 19 January 2011.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Marsaxlokk 0–3 Vittoriosa Stars
Ħamrun Spartans 2–3 (a.e.t.) Tarxien Rainbows
Floriana 1–0 (a.e.t.) Mosta
Hibernians 3–2 St. Andrews


Entering this round were the four winners from the Second Round along with the best four clubs from last year's Premier League competition.

Sliema Wanderers F.C.3 – 3Birkirkara F.C.
Triganza Goal 4', Goal 69'
Barbara Goal 113'
Goal 45' Vukanac
Goal 55' Babatunde
Goal 118' Galea
1 – 3

Vittoriosa Stars F.C.2 – 4Tarxien Rainbows F.C.
Luis Goal 26' (pen)
Jorge Goal 90' (pen)
Goal 45' (pen), Goal 73' Ricardo Costa
Goal 63' Critien
Goal 80' Bueno

Yellow card 90' Yellow-red card Everton

Qormi F.C.1 – 1Floriana F.C.
Vandelannoite Goal 71'

Vandelannoite Red card 72'
Goal 58' Borg

Red card 97' Saïdi
3 – 5


Entering this round were the four winners from the Quarterfinals.

Birkirkara F.C.1 – 2Floriana F.C.
Cilia Goal 66' (pen) Goal 23' Caruana
Goal 60' Farrugia


Entering this round were the two winners from the Semifinals.


  1. ^ Results and Fixtures at maltafootball.com

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