Steve Mifsud

Name: Steve Mifsud

DOB: 25th August 1972

Nationality: Australian

Turned Pro: 2014

Highest Ranking: 94th

Highest Break: 129 (2003 UK Championship)

Career Highlights: 2011 Australian Goldfields Open last 32, 1998 & 2014 Oceania Champion, 2002 IBSF World Champion, 2004 IBSF World Championship finalist



Early Career

Steve Mifsud first turned professional back in 1991 and has since spent seven seasons on tour, prior to the start of the 2014/15 season.

Though Steve has struggled on the professional circuit, for example winning only two matches during the 2007/8 campaign, the Maltese-Australian has enjoyed notable success at amateur level, winning the IBSF World Championship in 2002, before making it back to the final two years later and coming unstuck against a young Mark Allen.

At national level, Steve is also a two-time winner of the Oceania Championship, most recently in 2014, as he earned a two-year professional card from the start of the 2014/15 season.


Steve would compete in just one event during the 2014/15 season, losing 4-0 to Thailand’s Thepchaiya Un-Nooh at the Paul Hunter Classic.