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ALKI Larnaca FC

Alki Larnaca
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Full name Alki Larnaca
Αλκή Λάρνακα
Nickname(s) Αθανατη (Immortal)
Founded 1948;  (1948)
Ground Neo GSZ Stadium,
Larnaca, Cyprus
Ground Capacity 13,032
Chairman Nikos Lillis
Manager Kostas Kaiafas
League Cypriot First Division
2012–13 10th
Home colours
Away colours

Alki Larnaca (Greek: ΑΛΚΗ Λάρνακας, ALKI Larnakas) is a Cypriot football club based in the town of Larnaca. The club was founded in 1948 and the club's colours are blue and red. They reached the Cypriot Cup final on five occasions without a win.

1979 was the best year in club's history. They finished third in the Cypriot Championship and played the final in the Cypriot Cup, losing to APOEL Nicosia, which were also the champions. That gave them the right to play in the UEFA Cup, where they were eliminated in the first round by Dinamo Bucharest.

The team was crowned Champions of the Cypriot Second Division for the season 2009–10 and have participated in the Cypriot First Division since then.

Honours

European Cups history

UEFA Cup:

Season Round Country Club Home Away Aggregate
1979–80 1 Dinamo Bucureşti 0–9 0–3 0–12

Coaching staff

  • Manager: Kostas Kaiafas
  • Assistant Manager: Akis Ioakim
  • Goalkeeping Coach: Antros Petridis
  • Fitness Coach: Antonis Kezos
  • Technical Manager: Serbia Vesko Mihajlović
  • Chief Scout: Stavros Stavrou
  • Chief Scout: Stelios Moiseos

Current squad

As of September 23, 2013 according to combined sources on the official website http://www.cfa.com.cy:

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Cyprus GK Zannetos Mytidis (on loan from AEK Larnaca)
4 Cyprus DF Constantinos Kastanas (on loan from AEK Larnaca)
5 Cyprus DF Michalis Perikleous
6 Cyprus DF Pantelis Konomis
7 Cyprus MF Leandros Lillis
8 Cyprus MF Marios Charalambous
9 Romania FW Andrei Patranoiu
10 Cyprus MF Gerasimos Fylaktou (Vice-Captain)
11 Cyprus FW Marios Demetriou
12 Cyprus GK Demetris Stylianou (Captain)
14 Cyprus FW Stavrinos Constantinou
17 Ghana DF Moustapha Quaynor
20 Cyprus MF Luka Mihajlović
21 Cyprus MF Emilios Panayiotou (on loan from APOEL)
22 Cyprus MF Stavros Christoudias (on loan from Omonia)
No. Position Player
23 Cyprus MF Demetris Kyprianou (on loan from AEK Larnaca)
25 Cyprus DF Andreas Christofides (on loan from APOEL)
33 Cyprus DF Constantinos Laifis (on loan from Anorthosis Famagusta)
37 Cyprus MF Andreas Frantzeskou (on loan from Omonia)
42 Cyprus GK Mattheos Andreou
70 Cyprus FW Spyros Andreou
80 Cyprus MF Fanos Katelaris (on loan from Omonia)
90 Cyprus DF Antonis Nicolaou
93 Cyprus DF Martinos Christofi
95 Ghana MF Yusif Rahman
96 Cyprus MF Demetris Christaki
97 Cyprus MF Alexandros Konnari
98 Cyprus MF Tasos Andreou
99 Cyprus FW Andreas Anastasiou

For recent transfers, see List of Cypriot football transfers summer 2013.

Managers

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