The Golds Kids Club (GKSC) – Spec Kid Club
GOLDS KIDS CLUB – SPEC KID CLUB Malta’s top boy club, Golds Boys Club, is one of the biggest in the Malta capital.
The club was established in 1985.
It has more than 5,000 members, including the club’s president, Jose Antonio Gonzales.
He told the news agency that they have “about 1,000 boys”, but it is not clear if the club has as many as 5,500 members.
“We have about 1,200 members, but I don’t want to be an official member,” Gonzales told La Vanguardia.
“I don’t have any money.”
He said that the club uses the clubroom, where they have meetings and social events, to raise money for the club.
Gonzales added that the boys are taught by the clubmaster and receive help from the staff.
He also said that some of the boys wear their club insignia on their sleeve.
The Golds boys club is located in the basement of the club, and the club members also have a swimming pool in the same area.
The national anthem is “Malta Gala” sung by Gonzales and members also sing “Ella luva”, a song of the Spanish national anthem.
“In the summertime we can be found in the club room,” Gonzale said.
“Sometimes we have drinks and we eat together.”
At other times we can do sports, with games.
“Some of us wear different colors, so we can choose what we like.”
The clubroom also has a TV and radio, and it has a kitchen with a microwave and fridge.
Golds Boys has more members than any other club in the country.
Its president, Gonzales, said the club was not a “festival”, but instead a club that gives kids a place to play.
“The club gives the opportunity for young boys to have a good time,” Gonzals said.
“And it’s very important to have fun.”
Gonzals added that Golds Girls Club also has more membership than any club in Malta.
Gladys Gonzales was born in El Cajon, California, and moved to the United States at the age of 13.
She graduated from California State University at Northridge and later went on to work in New York and Los Angeles before settling in Malta.
She has been president of the Golds club for the last seven years.
“It’s always been about a family,” she said.GMs Golds Club’s motto is: “We’re all in the game.”
She added that they do not take any official positions and do not advertise themselves.
The gold club is not the first Maltese club to be branded with the phrase “We are Golds”.
The Maltese football club, the FC Algarve, was branded in 2015 with the slogan “We love you, Malta”.
“The word ‘Maltais’ was written on the back of the shirt of our captain, and we are proud of it,” Golds FC President Jana Rua said in a statement.
“We have been in Malta since 1995.”
Since then, the club is known as the Gold boys club, so the Gold girls club is called Golds girls club, as we like to play the song ‘Ella la luna’ when we go out.