Victor Tedesco Stadium

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Victor Tedesco Stadium
Victor Tedesco Stadium.jpg
Location Ħamrun, Malta
Owner Hamrun Spartans FC
Operator Hamrun Spartans
Capacity 858
Surface Artificial Turf
Opened 1996
Renovated 2008 (new pitch)
Hamrun Spartans FC

The Victor Tedesco Stadium is a stadium in Ħamrun, Malta. It opened in 1996. It has a capacity of 6,000, with 1,800 seated. It is the home ground of Maltese football club Hamrun Spartans, who currently play in the Maltese Premier League. It is used for matches from the Maltese Premier League, the Maltese First Division, and some games from the Maltese Second Division. It is also used by all the Hamrun Spartans teams from the youth teams up until the senior teams for training. The stadium also has a bar named The Crossbar owned by James Cutajar, underground dressing rooms, some offices, and a five-a-side pitch next door.

On 4 June 2010 rugby league was played at the ground. The Malta Knights came from 10–0 down midway through the first half to defeat Norway, 30–20 to win the Rugby League European Federation Bowl.

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Coordinates: 35°53′14″N 14°29′33″E / 35.887349°N 14.492514°E / 35.887349; 14.492514