NEWS: Implementation phase of the New Sports Complex at St Aloysius College

Apr 27, 2022



Latest news stories

Advent Reflections: A special series

As we know, Advent is a time of reflection and preparation. Throughout the journey towards Christmas, we will be sharing a special weekly reflection, courtesy of our Chaplains and Assistant Chaplains. We have kicked off the series with a lovely piece penned by Fr Paul...

read more

Following years of hard work and preparations, St Aloysius College and Vassallo Group has just signed a final deed to develop, maintain and manage the St Aloysius College Sports Complex. Moreover, the Vassallo Group will build and manage The Mediterranean College of Sports which will start welcoming students from scholastic year 2024-2025.

The new complex will house a totally refurbished pavilion, canteens, fitness centres, an outdoor swimming pool, a child-care centre, a gymnastics hall, dormitories, a new seven-a-side football pitch, and a parking area. SAC students will have access to all these facilities, and students from the Mediterranean College of Sports will also use these facilities according to agreed time slots.

As from April 26, the Vassallo Group will start preparing for works on the Sports Complex. This is being done to create an environment which is as safe as possible during the construction works which are due to start at the beginning of June 2022.  Moreover, preparatory works in the area surrounding the tennis courts will also commence on the same day.

It is a historic day for St Aloysius College and for the Vassallo Group. We look forward to offering quality education, including sports education to hundreds of students and interested parties.
Works will start as soon as possible.
With gratitude to both teams for their competence, passion and enthusiasm.
– Fr Jimmy Bartolo sj, SAC Rector

Watch this space for more updates.


Communications Officer Administrator
Communications Officer - St Aloysius College Malta

Bringing you all the latest College news and updates!

See the complete editorial

Latest news stories