- National coach Josip Ilic chose the squad which will be facing Germany in a friendly match at ta' Qali next Wednesday. The 25 players are: Cini, Chetcuti, Debono, Giglio, Saliba, Agius (Valletta); Debono, Sixsmith (Naxxar); Muscat, Carabott (Hibs); Bencini, Magri Overend, Brincat, Zahra, Suda (Birkirkara); Said (Floriana), Camilleri, Sultana (Hamrun); Busuttil, Turner, Sant Fournier (Sliema).
- Sirens Tournament Qormi vs Zebbug R. 4-1
- Premier League Rabat A. vs Naxxar L. 0-3, Floriana vs Valletta 0-4
- GFA Cup Gharb R. vs Sannat L. 1-8
- Premier League Hamrun S. vs St. Patrick 3-4, Birkirkara vs Pietà H. 2-0
- GFA Cup Zebbug R. vs SK Victoria W. 1-2, Oratory Y. vs Kercem A. 1-2
- Cup Winners Cup - Qualifying Round Hibernians vs Amica Wronki (Poland) 0-1
- St. Patrick filed a protest against the result of last Sunday's match against Sliema Wanderers. St. Patrick are claiming that Sliema's Nigerian striker Uwa Ogbodo was ineligible to play since the club has not negotiated the transfer with his former Nigerian club and that he had played for Xghajra with a temporary registration.
- GFA Cup St. Lawrence S. vs Oratory Y. 0-3
- GFA Cup Zebbug Rovers vs Munxar Falcons 7-2
- German coach Berti Vogts named the squad which will face Malta on the 2nd Spetember. Included are 8 players that have never played for Germany while on the other hand, several experienced players like Matthaus, Thon, Kohler, Reuter, Moller, Hassler, Ziege and Kopke were left out.
- Premier League Valletta vs Hamrun S. 3-1
- Premier League St. Patrick vs Sliema W. 0-5, Pieta` H. vs Rabat A. 4-0
- Premier League Naxxar L. vs Floriana 0-0, Hibernians vs Birkirkara 0-3
- Sirens Tournament Lija A. vs Qormi 4-1
- Friendly match Cliftonville (N. Ireland First Division club) vs MFA XI 0-3 Scorers: Joe Brincat, Carmel Busuttil (2).
- Friendly match Royal Irish Constabulary vs Malta Under 21 3-1. Scorer for Malta, Malcolm Licari
- Sirens TournamentSirens vs Mellieha 1-1
- The friendly matches between Northern Ireland and Malta at Under 21 and full international levels due to be played on Tuesday and Wednesday respectively, were cancelled as a sign of respect to the victims of the Omagh bombing in which 28 persons died and 220 were injured. It is understood that the Maltese squads will still stay in Belfast for a three-day training camp in which they may play a friendly against one of the local clubs.
- Hamrun Tournament Hamrun S. vs St. Patrick 0-0 (4-3 on penalties)
- Sirens Tournament Qormi vs Gharghur 3-0
- UEFA Competitions While the big European clubs are working for the setting up of the European Super League, UEFA is planning several changes that will come into effect as from season 2000-01. The Champions League, currently made up of 24 clubs, will be made up of 32 clubs. The Cup Winners Cup and the UEFA Cup would be unified into one tournament reserved for the first 24 countries according to the UEFA rankings. This tournament which will be called the European First Division will be made up of 8 regional groups of 8 clubs each. The remaining 26 European countries, including Malta, would participate in the European Second Division. This competition will also be based on 8 groups of 8 teams each. It is understood that in such case, Malta would still have two clubs which will participate in this competition.
- Defenders Silvio Vella (Hibs) and Jonathan Magri Overend (B'Kara) (both injured) and Valletta midfielder Nicky Saliba were not included in the national team squad which will face Northern Ireland in Belfast next week. On the other hand, Richard Buhagiar returned with the squad after a long absence. Birkirkara's Graham Bencini was included for the first time. Two other players, Valletta defender Stefan Giglio and Birkirkara striker Chucks Nwoko were also left out of the national 'A' squad but were included in the Under 21 squad by the new coach Ray 'Zazu' Farrugia. The squads consist of: 'A' squad - Cini, Chetcuti, Debono, Agius (Valletta); Muscat, Carabott (Hibs); Bencini, Brincat, Zahra (Birkirkara); Buhagiar, Said (Floriana); Sixsmith (Naxxar); Busuttil, Sant Fournier, Turner, Suda (Sliema); Camilleri, Sultana (Hamrun). Under 21 Squad - Darmanin, Galea, Licari (Pietà); Camilleri, Camenzuli, Holland, Mattocks (Floriana); Azzopardi (Rabat); Mamo (Tarxien); Scicluna (St. Patrick); Bonnici, Grima, Mifsud (Sliema); Ciantar (Hibs); Galea, Nwoko (Birkirkara); Giglio (Valletta); Debono (St. Andrews).
- Mosta Tournament Mosta vs Floriana 0-1
- Sirens Tournament Lija A. vs Zebbug R. 1-1
- Cup Winners Cup KS Amica Wronki vs Hibernians 4-0
- Mosta Tournament Tarxien R. vs Zurrieq 1-1
- Hamrun Tournament St. Patrick vs Gzira United 3-1
- Sirens Tournament Sirens vs Gharghur 6-0, Mellieha vs Qormi 1-1
- Mosta Tournament Mosta vs St. Andrews 2-2
- Hamrun Tournament Hamrun S. vs Gzira U. 2-0, St. Patrick vs Tarxien R. 1-0
- Hibs left Malta for Poland with a 20-strong squad. Included are four foreign players: Nigerians Ndubisi Chuckinyere, Essie Mbong, Edjoru Cologbo together with Czech Pavel Mraz but missing is Silvio Vella.
- Mosta Tournament Floriana vs Zurrieq 2-1
- Mosta Tournament St. Andrews vs Tarxien R. 1-2
- Friendly Birkirkara vs Pietà H. 1-0. Scorer: Matthew Calascione
- Mosta Tournament Mosta vs Zurrieq 3-0
- Mosta Tournament Tarxien R. vs Floriana 0-2
- Sliema defender Joseph Sant Fournier has been suspended for two matches after that he was included in the Super 5 Competition although he was still suspended.
- The crisis between the Poland FA and the Polish government resolved itself just a few minutes before the final deadline and therefore, Hibernians will be facing Amica Wronki in the Cup Winners Cup next Wednesday in Poland.
- Mosta Tournament Zurrieq vs St. Andrews 1-2
- Super 5 Competition Final: Sliema W. vs Birkirkara 0-4 Final 3rd/4th Places: Valletta vs Hibernians 3-1
- Several disciplinary actions have been lifted or reduced by MFA President Dr Joe Mifsud who has just been re-elected. These include the suspension of Chuckinyere Ndubisi (Hibs) and Hamrun official Marco Grech whose five-year suspension was reduced to one year.
- Macedonia vs Malta will still be played on the 6th September despite the General Election which will be held a day before. In the meantime, the MFA is trying to reach an agreement with the Police Commissioner in order that the friendly match between Germany and Rumania will still be played at the National Stadium Ta' Qali on Election Day.
- The youths' team of the top Maltese club in Australia, Paramatta Eagles (formerly known as Melita Eagles) will be visiting Malta to play against the Maltese National Under 21 team.
- Mosta Tournament Floriana vs St. Andrews 4-0
- Friendly Hamrun Spartans vs Rabat Ajax 5-1. Ilir Pelinku scored two for Hamrun, the other goals coming from David Camilleri, Ranko Radulovic and Rupert Mangion. Vesko Petrovic scored for Rabat. Adrian Mifsud and Petrovic missed two penalties for Rabat.
- Friendly Malta Under 21 vs St. Patrick 4-1. Hubert Suda who played as a guest with the Under 21 scored two goals.
- In view of the General Election which will be held on September 5th, the MFA is taking into serious consideration the possibility of asking UEFA to postpone Malta's EURO 2000 fixture against Macedonia due to be played in Skopje on the morrow of the election. In the mean time, during election week, Germany were due to perform a short training camp in Malta in which they were due to play two friendlies: against Malta on the 2nd September and against Romania, on election day, the 5th September. Although the MFA has not yet discussed the eventuality of change of fixtures, the association will try to stick to the programme which has been fixed months ago.
- Mosta Tournament Tarxien R. vs Mosta 1-2
- Super 5 Tournament: Semi Finals Sliema W. vs Valletta 4-2, Birkirkara vs Hibernians 1-0
- The Mosta Tournament kicks-off next week. Five teams will be taking part: one from the Premier League, Floriana and four from Division 1, namely Tarxien Rainbows, Zurrieq, St. Andrews together with hosts Mosta.