The sixth edition of the European Week of Sport which will be held at the Kirkop Sport Complex. Launched in 2015, the European Week of Sport was created_at in response to the worsening inactivity crisis. Despite sport and physical activity substantially contributing to the well-being of European citizens, the level of physical activity is currently stagnating and even declining in some countries.
SportMalta will focus this year on three days of events and on four topics sport, fitness, workplace, and outdoor. On the 18th and 19th of September, the main national event will happen at the Kirkop Sports Complex. The event will focus on a number of teams and individual sports competitions which include football, basketball, volleyball, weightlifting, judo, mini moto, go karting, snooker, line dancing, gymnastics, badminton, table tennis, handball, table football, mini polo, wheelchair basketball, drag racing, go karts, esports, and indoor rowing.
The #BeActive Super Cup will consist of 8 Teams that participated in the Malta BOV ePermier League 2019/2020. The teams will face each other in a single elimination tournament where all matches will be streamed for everyone to enjoy.
SportMalta Chairman Luciano Busuttil said that discussion was ongoing with public health authorities to ensure that events are held in line with public health guidelines.