Balzan goalkeeper Kristijan Naumovski after making a slip-up to gift the Birkirkara the lead grabbed an equaliser with a header, in the added time, denying Birkirkara their first win of the season. It was a match which could have gone either way, as both sides created good chances. In the opening stages of
On Saturday 21st September 2019, Balzan FC will be playing their Premier League match – Season 2019/2020 against Valletta FC at the National Stadium. KO 20:00
Following the departure of Brazilian Carlos Eduardo De Fiori Mendes, Colombian Elkin Orlando Serrano Valero, Serbian Milos Lepovic and Maltese players Gustin Grioli and Steven Sultana, during the summer transfer window 2019 the following new players joined Balzan FC :- Brazilian Arthur Faria Machado; Dutch Augustine Loof; Macedonian Kristijan Naumovski and Serbian Stefan Dimic. On
Balzan secured the services of Malta national team striker Luke Montebello on loan from Birkirkara. A product of Birkirkara, Luke Montebello joined Italian side Livorno in a joint-ownership deal in summer 2011 and the following summer, the Italian club signed him from Birkirkara. Luke Montebello returned to Malta in summer 2013, playing for the Birkirkara
Floriana defeated Balzan in a difficult match by a solitary goal scored seven minutes from the end. Balzan were reduced to ten man nearing the end of the first half and though in inferiority they never threw in the towel. A penalty miss seven minutes in added time cost Balzan the possibility of denying Floriana
Balzan FC secured the services of nineteen year old midfielder Marcus Grima on a definite transfer from St Andrews FC. Marcus Grima, a product of St Andrews FC, made his Premier League debut in season 2017/2018. In January 2019 he had a spell at Barnsley FC in England till end of season 2018/2019.
Following last season winning of the FA Trophy, Balzan were determined to start this season on a positive note in order to challenge for honours once again. For this game apart from the newly registered goalkeeper Kristian Naumovski and attacker Stefan Dimech, who had already played for Balzan in the UEFA Europa League against NK
Balzan FC secured the services of twenty-six year old midfielder Ryan Scicluna on loan from Birkirkara FC. Ryan Scicluna, a product of Birkirkara FC, made his Premier League debut in season 2010/10. He soon became a regular choice for Birkirkara FC in the Premier League and later on earned a place in the national squad.
Andrea Pisanu a former renown Italian football player joined Balzan FC as an assistant coach to Jacques Scerri. As football player, in February 2001, Andrea Pisanu joined Hellas Verona FC from hometown club Cagliari Calcio. In June 2002 Verona acquired Pisanu outright from Cagliari. In January 2004 Pisanu left for Varese. In mid-2004 Pisanu joined Serie
Balzan were eliminated from the UEFA Europa League after losing 1-0 to Domžale in the second leg of the first qualifying round at the Športni park in Domzale on Thursday. Balzan were eliminated with a 5-3 aggregate score. In the second qualifying round, Domzale will be facing Malmö of Sweden. Balzan coach Jacques Scerri