Norman Darmanin Demajo, born in Naxxar (Malta), on 19 April 1952, is married with three children.
He studied accountancy and business management in his home country and at the London School of Accountancy.
He is the owner and managing director of NDD Ltd, management consultancy firm based in Swieqi (Malta) and of various other companies. In 2002 he added Luxol Sport Club Ltd to his portfolio – a sports management company and sports complex.
In 2002 Norman Darmanin Demajo also became a founder member and trustee of the Time2Think Organisation, a charitable foundation that brings together independent trainers, speakers and consultants who are dedicated to sharing their knowledge and personal experience to promote creativity, awareness, innovation, competitiveness and productivity.
Active in football since 1968, Norman Darmanin Demajo won three league titles and three Maltese Cups during a nine-year spell at Valletta FC, from 1973 to 1982. An amateur international, he also represented his country in 1975/76. He hung up his boots in 1990 at the age of 38 after a spell with St Andrew’s FC.
A council member of the Malta Football Association (MFA) from 1988, he was elected president of the MFA in August 2010 and re-elected for another three-year term in July 2013.