Malta Football Association
Meeting of the Executive Board
Mar 9, 2022
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The Malta FA Executive Board met on the 8th of March 2022. The following is a roundup of the key issues arising from the meeting.   

 Rebranding Process


The Malta FA is currently working on a rebrand exercise built and crafted using inspiration inspired from across Malta’s national heritage. The work on this rebranding is in its final stages and the Executive Board has accepted the final designs worked on by design-studio Frame. The company created a new Association logo and Malta National Team visual assets for kits and merchandise based on recognition.


The Glasgow-based studio has worked in collaboration with the Malta FA to create the new look, which is expected to be unveiled to the public in April 2022.


Licensing Reform:


Following the Reform in Governance being driven by the Malta FA, in the recent months a draft document including the newly proposed requisites for club licensing has been discussed with all the groupings in the three different divisions of the National League organised by the Malta FA.


Feedback reports including member clubs’ positions were made to the proposals which cover key areas such as Youth Development, Infrastructure, Administrative, Financial Parameters and Legal Criteria.


The licensing reform is the second step of the wider reform launched last year as part of the Malta FA’s three-year plan to strengthen the long-term sustainability of football clubs.


Social Dialogue


The Executive Board has approved proposals agreed to by all the stakeholders in the Social Dialogue Committee in relation to the freedom of movement of football players in particular those impacted by prohibitions imposed by the judicial bodies.

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