League Table

Premier League – First Phase Table

P W D L F A Pts
Hibernians FC 33 22 5 6 64 31 71
Balzan Youths 33 19 7 7 66 40 64 (more…)

Technical Staff

Kit Manager
Anthony Parnis

Asst. Kit Manager
Keith Jones

Asst. Kit Manager
Emanuel Abela

Luke Musu

Youth Section Coordinator
Ndubisi Chukunyere




Coaching Staff

Branko Nisevic
Head Coach

Ndubisi Chukunyere
First Team Asst. Coach




Player Statistics

Season 2016/17: Goalscorers

League Trophy Other Europe Total
1 Jurgen Degabriele 16 (3) 1 0 0 17 (3)
2 Jorge (Jorginho) Pereira Da Silva 11 0 0 0 11
3 Bjorn Kristensen 7 0 0 0 7
4 Gilmar Da Silva Ribeiro 6 0 0 0 6
5 Jackson Lima 6 0 0 0 6
6 Clayton Failla 6 (4) 0 0 0 6 (4)
7 Rodolfo Soares 3 0 0 0 3
8 Momodou Jallow 2 0 0 0 2
9 Johann Bezzina 2 0 0 0 2
10 Andrew Cohen 1 (1) 1 (1) 0 0 2 (2)
11 Dejan Boljevic 1 0 0 0 1
12 Juan Manuel Varea 1 0 0 0 1
13 Andrei Agius 1 0 0 0 1
14 Jonathan Pearson 1 0 0 0 1





First Team Honours

League Championship

Winners Runners-up
1960/61 1966/67 1968/69 1978/79 1980/81 1981/82 1993/94 1994/95 2001/02  (more…)

Mark Miller

Profile with Hibs

Nationality: British Mark Miller
Date of Birth: 22-Sep-1962
Role: First Team Coach
Joined Hibs: 2008
Honours Won: FA Trophy (1997/98)
Premier League (2008/09)
Euro Cup (2009/10)




Paola – The Club’s Home Town

Hibernians, a Maltese football club, are based in the small town of Paola, which is located in the south-east area of the main island. The area, situated at the foot of the Grand Harbour, seems to be among the earliest to host British serviceman playing some of the first football games in the country. The oldest club known from Paola is Malta Wanderers who played a match against a team from Pembroke called St. George’s Tigne in 1894. Since then several other clubs were formed some of which took part in the national league. Two that still stand to this day are Paola Wolves who now play amateur football, and Hibs who are the most successful beyond any doubt.

Historic Paola

It is impossible to speak about Paola, a town on the south-west side of Grand Harbour, without considering the Hal Saflieni preshistoric underground complex, listed by UNESCO as a world heritage site. This hypogeum, which no visitor to Malta should miss, is an archaeologically unique site. Paolites can trace their roots back to the hardworking and religious buliders of this underground complex built more than 5000 years ago.  (more…)



The origins of Hibernians are traced back to the so-called amateur era of Maltese football. In 1922 a club was formed in Paola representing Strickland’s Constitutional Party. The club participated in the newly established minor Amateur League in the same year. This, however, was their last for a few years until season 1927/28 when the team of Constitutionals FC was reformed to become one of the top in amateur football.

The Birth of Hibernians FC

After winning the Amateur League in 1930/31, the club’s directors were motivated by the idea of turning professional. Before applying to join the MFA League, it was decided to make some necessary reforms in the interest of the club’s future success. The first step, as recommended by the MFA, was to give the club a new name, and Hibernians FC was the one chosen. The aim was to release the club from any political connections that the name Constitutionals implied.  (more…)

First Team Players

Andrew Hogg

Jurgen Borg

Brandon Muscat

Dunstan Vella

Dejan Boljevic

Rui Fernando De Garcia Gomes

Andrei Agius

Jonathan Pearson

Rodolfo Soares

Bjorn Kristensen

Zachary Scerri

Jackson Lima

Andrew Cohen

Clayton Failla

Juan Manuel Varea

Johann Bezzina

Jurgen Degabriele

Renan Pimenta Telles

Diosdado Mbele Mangue

Gilmar Da Silva Ribeiro

Joseph Mbong

Jorge (Jorginho) Pereira Da Silva

Marcelo Mariano Dias




Hibs Part Ways With Coach Nisevic

Hibernians FC and Branco Nisevic have parted ways after the two parties reached mutual agreement about the termination of contract. Nisevic has been Head Coach of the senior team for the past three seasons and lead the team to a league title win last season and FA Trophy final. He also won the title in 2002 as a player.


MFPA Awards
Gilmar claims Best Player Award

Premier League
Runners-up Hibernians hold New Champions

Press release
Hibernians FC file protest against match result

Premier League
Late goal upsets Hibernians

Premier League
Jorge and Jorginho claim important win for Hibs