The Malta Football Association is committed to promoting and upholding the integrity of our sport across the football family.


We adhere to UEFA and FIFA integrity regulations and requirements and as such identify education around betting, use of inside information and match fixing as essential to protect and maintain the integrity of football in Malta.

  1. The Association shall be affiliated to, and shall observe, the rules, bye-laws, regulations, directives and decisions of the Federation Internationale de Football Associations (FIFA) and the Union des Associations Européennes de Football (UEFA).
  2. Subject to the provisions of clause (iii) hereunder, in so far as the affiliation to FIFA is concerned, the Association recognises the Court of Arbitration in Lausanne, Switzerland (CAS), as the supreme jurisdictional authority to which the Association, its Members and members thereof, its registered players and its licensed coaches, licensed referees and licensed players' agents may have recourse to in football matters as provided in the FIFA Statues and regulations.

Member Clubs and Member Associations and members thereof, players registered with the Association and coaches, referees and players' agents licensed by the Association, when required by the Association and/or FIFA, shall give express confirmation to FIFA in a written declaration that they have taken note of the relevant provisions of the FIFA Statutes and regulations.

3. In so far as the affiliation of the Association to UEFA is concerned:

3.1. The Organs of the Administration of Justice of UEFA shall have exclusive jurisdiction to deal with all disputes of a sporting nature relating to UEFA matters which arise between UEFA and the Association and/or the Association's Member Clubs, their players and their officials as provided for in the UEFA Statutes.

(b) The Court of Arbitration in Lausanne, Switzerland (CAS) shall have exclusive jurisdiction to deal with all civil law disputes (of a pecuniary nature) relating to UEFA matters which arise between UEFA on the one hand and the Association and/or Member Clubs of the Association, their players and their officials, on the other hand and/or between themselves as provided in the relevant articles of the UEFA Statutes

If you are approached, or suspect that a colleague or someone you know has been approached or is involved in fixing, then you must report it to The Malta FA immediately.

Failure to report any such offers may result in a Malta FA charge against you.

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