Ryan Scicluna's Profile
|Date of Birth:||30 July 1993|
|Previous Club:||Youth Academy|
|Debut with Club:||9 January 2010 [Vs. Dingli Swallows FC]|
Ryan Scicluna was born on 30 July 1993 and he is one of the youngest players to secure a place in the Birkirkara FC squad. From the very first day of his football career he has always played with the yellow and red shirt. It comes as no surprise that Youth Academy product honours the shirt with maximum determination.
He made his debut with the Senior Team in the 2009-2010, when on Sunday, 9 January 2010 when the Stripes defeated Dingli Swallows with a 2-0 score. It was a memorable season for Scicluna as following his debut, later on during the season, the Stripes were crowned Champions for the third time in their history.
Ryan began to form part of the Senior team in the 2010-2011 season, and it was a positive season for him. He made 12 appearances, and in half of them he started the match while in the other six he was included a substitute. A remarkable achievement for him in that season was his first goal ever in the Premier which arrived on 12th March when he scored the first goal of the game in the 4-1 victory over Marsaxlokk FC.
Scicluna's 2012-2013 season turned to be as another satisfactory one as the promising youngster continued to build on the performances of the previous seasons and for the second time in his career, he had the privilege to experience another Premier League title at just nineteen years of age. During this season, he made thirty-three appearances and scored one goal.
In the 2014-2015 season, he was called-up with the Maltese National Team. He made his official debut with the Maltese National Team on 9 September 2014 in the 2-0 defeat against Croatia. He was included as a substitute on the eighty-seventh minute.
|Last Matches Played|
22 October 2016 - Premier League
Gzira United FC
16 October 2016 - Premier League
26 September 2016 - Premier League
Pembroke A. FC
22 September 2016 - Premier League
18 September 2016 - Premier League
Sliema Wanderers FC