Stephen Azzopardi

Stephen Azzopardi
Technical Director Sliema.jpg
Personal information
Full nameStephen Azzopardi
Date of birth(1967-08-27) 27 August 1967 (age 50)
Place of birthAttard, Malta
Youth career
Senior career*
San Gwann
Balzan Youths
Teams managed
1989-1997Malta Football Association Staff Coach
1998-2001Balzan Youths F.C.
2001-2007Birkirkara F.C.
2007-2010Sliema Wanderers F.C.
2010-2012Qormi F.C.
2012-2013Floriana F.C.
2014-2016Sliema Wanderers F.C.
2015-presentSliema Wanderers F.C. (Technical Director)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 27 April 2016.


Stephen Azzopardi (given birth to 27 August 1967) is a Maltese soccer trainer and former participant. He is wedded and offers two kids, Katya and Sean. During his job Azzopardi formed area of the Malta Football Association youth training staff and was the senior group head mentor of Balzan Youths F.C., Birkirkara F.C., Sliema Wanderers F.C., Qormi F.C., Floriana F.C. and, once again for the next period, Sliema Wanderers F.C. He’s currently the Complex Director of the Club. Till right now he has coached 3 hundred and thirty-two (332) Leading League fits, the first overall in the all-time set of Maltese soccer. His total fits in top-flight soccer, including cup video games and UEFA competition fits, amount to 500 and three (403). Stephen Azzopardi is within possession from the UEFA-Pro training licence.

Honours (Coach)

Balzan Youths (1998–2001) Third Department Champions (1): 1999-00 Second Department Advertising (1): 2000-01 Birkirkara (2001–2007) Top Department (1): 2005-06 FA Trophy (3): 2001-02, 2002–03, 2004–05 Super Glass (5): 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Super 5 Glass (2): 2002-03, 2004–05 Super 5 Glass: 2005-06 (finalists) Lowenbrau (Euro) Glass (1): 2003-04 Sliema Wanderers (2007–2010) FA Trophy (1): 2008-09 Super Glass (1): 2009 Qormi (2010–2012) FA Trophy: 2011-12 (finalists) v t e Maltese Top Group managers Azzopardi (Qormi) D'Amato (Mosta) Greco (Sliema Wanderers) Gregory (Melita) Miller (Valletta) Mizzi (Tarxien Rainbows) Wright (Floriana) Sultana (Ħamrun Spartans) Vella (Rabat Ajax) Woods (Hibernians) Tumiatti (Balzan) P. Zammit (Birkirkara)This biographical content associated with Maltese association soccer is normally a stub. You might help Wikipedia by growing it. v t e