Apollon Limassol FC

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Apollon Limassol
Apollon Limassol FC logo.svg
Latin script logo
Full nameApollon Limassol
Nickname(s)Theos (God)
Founded14 April 1954; 66 years ago (14 April 1954)
GroundTsirio Stadium,
Limassol, Cyprus
ManagerGiannis Petrakis
LeagueFirst Division
2019–20First Division, 4th
WebsiteClub website

Apollon Limassol (Greek: Απόλλων Λεμεσού, Apollon Lemesou) is a Cypriot sports club, based in Limassol. It has football, basketball and volleyball teams. Founded in 1954, Apollon FC currently plays in the Cypriot First Division and has won the championship title three times, the cup nine times and the Super Cup three times. Apollon is considered as one of the most successful clubs in the island and participated four times in the Europa League Group Stages.

History and establishment[edit]

At the end of 1953, a team of young men placed as a dream and objective, the foundation of an association with national and athletic aims based on promoting the education and social skills of its young members. On 14 April 1954, the general assembly of these members with leader Mr Christakis Pavlides proposes the foundation of an athletic association called "APOLLON LIMASSOL".[1] The assembly approved the proposal and thus from that date "APOLLON was born". The first administrative council of the team included: Charalambos Lymbourides (Secretary), Andreas Psyllides (Cashier), Antonakis Fourlas (Adviser), Melis Charalampous (Adviser), Andreas Theoharous (Adviser) Andreas Aggelopoulos (Adviser) and Kostas Panayiotou (Adviser)

In its first year, Apollon had eight defeats in eight matches in the second division. Just before the next season (1956–57), Apollon won the regional group in the second division and subsequently the play-offs and then was promoted to the first division.

This took place in 1957 and ever since Apollon has been competing in the first division. Through its history, Apollon won three Championships (1991, 1994, 2006), nine Cups (1966, 1967, 1986, 1992, 2001, 2010, 2013, 2016, 2017), three Super Cup (2006, 2016, 2017) and also had some very successful participation in European competitions, winning several important games and at the same time, the respect of many European football clubs during the several participations in the Group Stage of the Europa League.[2]

1954–1955: Early years[edit]

In its first year, Apollon suffered eight defeats in eight matches in the second division. Just before the next season (1956–57), Apollon won the regional group in the second division and subsequently the play-offs and then was promoted to the first division. This took place in 1957 and ever since Apollon has been competing in the first division. Things were not easy however for the newly promoted club. Apollon couldn't reach a satisfactory position in the rankings and was struggling in the middle of the table for many years. But in the mid-60's things changed.[1]

1964–1967: The first distinctions[edit]

In 1965 Apollon reached the Cup Final. However, Omonia won the title with a score of 5–1.[3] A year later, Apollon was in the Final again, and won the Cup by defeating Nea Salamina with the score of 4–2 (Scorers: Panikos Yiolitis, Andros Konstantinou, Panikkos Kristallis, Antonis Panayides), and triumphantly took the trophy to Limassol.[2] Apollon managed to maintain its Cup title in 1967, by beating Alki 1–0 thanks to the goal of Antonis Panayides.[3] After celebrating these titles, Apollon had to wait another 15 years to start making history once again.

1981–1987: Back to the Cup Final after 20 fallow years[edit]

In the football season 1981–82 Apollon managed to reach once again the Cup final however in double games Omonia won the Cup. In the 1985–86 season, after 20 years of "drought" Apollon won once again the Cup in Tsirion Stadium, overcoming APOEL with a score of 2–0.[3] Scores were Kenny and Sokratous.[2]

1990–1999: 10 years of glory[edit]

A Apollon former coach
Diethelm Ferner

In these years, it emerged clearly that absent was this "something" that could make the difference for the team to lead in the Championship. This "something" therefore was non-other than the German coach named Diethelm Ferner who, upon arriving in Cyprus was determined to win. The German, with his discipline and hard work accomplishes "links" between young talented footballers with older more experienced footballers creating a team ready for the big time. Thus in the season 1990–91 the team entered the championship "marathon" wanting to write the biggest and most glorious page in its history book. After a frantic and impressive season, offering both substance and spectacle in its game, Apollon was finally crowned Champion of Cyprus![4] From that year and for a five-year period the team gained the admiration of all Cypriot football fans after playing modern football. In 1991–92 season Apollon won the Cup for the fourth time, overcoming Omonia in final with a final score of 1–0.[3] The scorer was Evgenio Ptak. However, in the next season of 1992–93 Apollon lost both titles. The team returned strongly and gained the club's second Championship one year later in 1993–94 season, later after a hard duel with Anorthosis where the title was judged on the last day of the season.[4] In the 1994–95 season Apollon reached the Cup final losing from Apoel with 2–4 while the same happened also in the 1997–98 season with "executioner" this time the almighty Anorthosis, that accomplishes and gains the cup with a final score 1–3. In that five-year period Apollon was accomplished in the European ties, winning enough games and at the same time the respect of many European football clubs. However, the game, in which Apollon wrote his own unique history is non-other than with the big opponent of Inter Milan in the UEFA Cup! The 1–0 in "Stadio Giuseppe Meazza" (San Siro) left margins for Apollon to believe in a miracle, against the Italians for the second leg game of 3 November 1993. The Cup Champions, staffed with a squad of international players led by Dutchman Dennis Bergkamp talked for a walkover in Cyprus against "fishermen" (thus called the footballers of Apollon the goalkeeper of Inter, Walter Zenga before the game) and that the game in Milan was just a bad game for their team. However, the Inter team was found in Limassol, losing in the first ten minutes with a 0–2 score and only finally managed to recover and to finish another historic tie with 3–3, leaving at the end the great Italian goalkeeper speechless!. Scorers for the Apollon team were Milenko Špoljarić, Zlatan Šcepovic and Giorgos Iosifidis.[5]

2000–2010: 1 Championship, 2 Cups and 1 Super Cup[edit]

Apollon supporters during a match in 2006.

In the 2000–01 season Apollon won the Cup against Nea Salamis Famagusta in the GSP stadium, with final score 1–0. Scorer was the unforgettable Viktor Zubarev.[3]

In the middle of the football season (2004–05) and after enough failed attempts for glory after the final of 2001, German manager Bernd Stange took the responsibility, accomplishing late but regularly he brought back the lost glamour of the team. In the season, 2005–06 Apollon won the league title undefeated and earned a club record of 64 points.[4] Apollon had 19 wins and 7 draws in 26 matches and this went down in Cypriot Football history, due to fact that it was the fourth team in the Cyprus Championship that won the title unbeaten (*Apollon was the only undefeated team in Europe, running an unbeaten streak since 12 March 2005 (30 games). The next year Apollon won for the first time in his history the Super Cup beating APOEL 1–3 at home.

In 2010 Apollon won the Cup after 9 years (2001 Final Cup), beating APOEL Nicosia in GSZ Stadium. The final score was 2–1.[3]

2010–11: Cup finalists[edit]

The following year (2011), Apollon reached the final of the Cypriot Cup for the second consecutive year, but lost to Omonia on penalties, after a 1–1 draw following extra time[3]

2012–13: Cypriot Cup winners[edit]

On 22 May 2013, Apollon won the Cup after three years (last Cup won in 2010). Apollon won in the final by beating 1–2 AEL Limassol at Tsirion Stadium in extra time, achieving the club's 7th Cypriot Cup title.[6] Apollon fans are very demanding and loyal to the Club and after 3 years they celebrated the Cup by singing, drinking, celebrating the whole week.

2013–14: Gold history and big dreams[edit]

Apollon Limassol skipper Giorgos Merkis implored his team-mates not to rest on their laurels after securing a famous 2–0 victory against OGC Nice in the first leg of their 2013–14 UEFA Europa League play-off. Christakis Christoforou's men were billed as overwhelming underdogs going into the tie, but a second-half double from Argentinian forward Gaston Sangoy has put them in a commanding position ahead of the 29 August decider at Stade Municipal du Ray. The next week Apollon travelled to Nice and the dream came true. Apollon lost 1–0 from OGC-Nice but qualified at the group stage of Europa League for the first time in team's history. In the group stage Apollon will play with: Lazio, Trabzonspor and Legia Warsaw. At the debut match at GSP stadium in Nicosia in the group stage of Europa League Apollon Limassol defeated by Trabzonspor 1–2 and scorer was the team's star Gaston Sangoy. On 26 September Apollon became the first Cypriot side to win a game in Poland on matchday two, ending a seven-game losing streak away from home in Europe to beat Legia Warsaw 1–0. Scorer against Polish side was again Gaston Sangoy. It is a first away victory for a Cypriot side in a UEFA club competition group stage in their last 16 attempts. In the third match on 24 October, Apollon claimed a 0–0 draw against Serie A side Lazio in Nicosia to keep alive their chances of qualifying from UEFA Europa League Group J.

2014–15 Europa league Gold dreams[edit]

After finishing 3rd in the 2013–14 Cypriot First Division, Apollon entered the 2014–15 UEFA Europa League play-off round, where they faced Russian Premier League club Lokomotiv Moscow. First leg was held in Cyprus and ended with a 1–1 draw. Second leg, held in Moscow, ended with a 4–1 win to the guests and brought Apollon to group stage of the competition. Apollon became the first team in Cyprus to qualify for a European competition by winning in an away game in the play-off round for two consecutive years as well as joining UEFA Europa League for two years a row.

Apollon, having three points, were out of the competition after losing to FC Zürich in a replay match.

Crest and colours[edit]

The team' s emblem represents the olympian God Apollo from the Greek mythology. Apollo was considered the god of sun, poetry and music. The colours of the team are blue and white. They represent the colours of the Greek flag as the creation of the team was well connected with the struggles of Cypriot people for unification with Greece. The away colours are white and the home kit blue.

Other teams[edit]

Basketball team[edit]

The Basketball team of Apollon was founded in 1967 and is one of the founding members of Cyprus Basketball Federation.[citation needed] From then the team participated regularly in the championship of 1st Division. The unique titles in the history of department, are two cups in 2002 and 2014 and a Super Cup in 2004. While it finished many times in second places.

Volleyball team[edit]

A Founding member of the Cyprus Volleyball Federation, the women's team participated in several Championship finals (1999, 2001, 2003, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013) and in eight Cup finals (1992, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2011, 2012, 2013) . Apollon won: 5 National Championships (2011, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017), 4 National Cups (2014– AEK Larnaca 3–0, 2015– AEK Larnaca 3–0, 2016– AEL Limassol 3–0, 2017-Anorthosis Famagusta 3–1), 5 Super Cups (2003– AEL 3–0, 2013– Anorthosis Famagusta 3–0, 2014– AEK Larnaca 3–0, 2015– AEK Larnaca 3–2, 2016– AEL 3–2 )

Women's football team[edit]

The women's team has won the Cypriot First Division as well as the Cypriot Women's Cup four consecutive times from 2009 to 2012 and from 2014 to 2017. The team also reached the UEFA Women's Champions League round of 32 in 201,2011 and 2014.

On 15 October 2013, Apollon Limassol girls win the first Super Cup Beating Anorthosis 3–0 in the final, Anorthosis had won the double the previous year and played Apollon Limassol in the cup final.



The team's current stadium is the 13,000 seater Tsirion Stadium, also known as the Olympia Stadium (GSO), it is also the home ground of AEL Limassol and Aris Limassol, The stadium holds 13,331 people and was built in 1975. Apollon Limassol generally use the West Stand of the stadium, but when the match attendance necessitates, the North and East Stands are sometimes used.

Apollon deposited to KOA (Cyprus Sports Organisation, GREEK: Κυπριακού Οργανισμού Αθλητισμού) its plans for the creation of its own stadium and every Apollon supporter is now looking forward for the work to begin. The stadium will be able to accept 12,500 (seated) people but a prospect will allow the increase of the capacity to 16,000.


Apollon has its own indoor hall, the PrimeTel Apollon Stadium, with a capacity of 2,800.


In 1981, the organised portion of the supporters of the club, elected council members and began organising themselves, in a tiny room of the clubhouse (where it now houses the offices of the football Company) the membership fee was then 10 Cypriot cents. Later on in 1982 after the positive response in enlisting new members of the fan club, the cost of registration was increased to 2 Cyprus pounds. At a time when no other team had yet an organised group of fans on the island, a new fan club was registered. The registration was triggered after a game in Paphos where the followers of Apollon made an organised excursion something that had not been done previously. On their return, everyone was happy with the experience, that they agreed to set up formally and officially the Sy.Fi Association (Apollon Limassol)-Apollon Limassol Fan club. In 1982 Costas Katafygiotis was elected first president of the Apollon Sy.Fi in September 1982. The next year the fan club worked in an official manner. Chaired by Dino it opened in parallel a souvenir shop on the street and gained its Independence from the football club and became a housing association for the fans. Later, the Apollon Sy.Fi renamed itself to PA.SY.FI Apollon (Apollon Cyprus Association of Supporters) and much later PAN.SY.FI APOLLON (Pan Hellenic Supporters Association of Apollon) to show the bond of our association with Greece.

From 1996 onwards PAN.SY.FI became synonymous with GATE-1 a designation which originated from the entrance gate in the West Tsireio stadium stand, where members gather.

PAN.SY.FI Apollon Gate 1 is the name of the supporters fan club.

Apollon is amongst the most popular football teams in Cyprus. The fans are very demanding and loyal to the Club. More than 14,000 Apollon fans traveled from Limassol for the 2001 Cup Final that took place in Nicosia (16,828 tickets). This number also beat the previous top record for a team traveling for an away game to Nicosia. Celebrations for winning the League championship for the 1993–94 season following the victory against Omonoia FC More than 20,000 fans overflowed the Stadium to see Apollon clinch the title in the final game of the season. Celebrations following the victory against Omonoia FC at the 1992 FA Cup Final in Tsirio, stadium. More than 20,000 fans attended the game.


As of 22 January 2021[7]

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
5 MF Argentina ARG Esteban Sachetti
8 MF Serbia SRB Đorđe Denić
9 FW Cyprus CYP Ioannis Pittas
10 MF Serbia SRB Saša Marković
11 FW France FRA Bagaliy Dabo
14 DF Cyprus CYP Giorgos Malekkides
17 DF Portugal POR João Pedro
19 MF Georgia (country) GEO Giorgi Papunashvili
20 MF Greece GRE Giannis Gianniotas
21 MF Netherlands NED Diego Biseswar (on loan from PAOK)
22 DF France FRA Valentin Roberge
23 MF Cyprus CYP Fanos Katelaris
25 MF Cyprus CYP Chambos Kyriakou
26 GK Serbia SRB Aleksandar Jovanović
No. Pos. Nation Player
28 FW France FRA Nicolas Diguiny
30 DF Cyprus CYP Andreas Filiotis
35 FW Curaçao CUW Charlison Benschop
44 DF Spain ESP Héctor Yuste
57 MF Cyprus CYP Petros Psychas
59 DF Cyprus CYP Andeas Charalampous
62 MF Cyprus CYP Dimitris Irodotou
70 GK Cyprus CYP Michalis Papastylianou
87 FW Togo TOG Serge Gakpé
88 DF Cyprus CYP Giorgos Vasiliou (Captain)
93 MF Romania ROU Florentin Matei
96 DF Haiti HAI Wilde-Donald Guerrier
99 GK Cyprus CYP Demetris Demetriou

Out on loan[edit]

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
MF Cyprus CYP Danilo Špoljarić (at Zemplín Michalovce until 30 June 2021)

Club officials[edit]

Board of directors[edit]

Position Staff
Chairman Cyprus Nicos Kirzis
Vice-Chairman A' Cyprus Marinos Efstathiou
Vice-Chairman A' Cyprus Fanos Kinnis
Vice-Chairman A' Cyprus Antonis Glykis
Member Cyprus Costas Papachristoforou
Member Cyprus Ntinos Ellinas
Member Cyprus Charalampos Antoniou
Member Cyprus Dakis Mavroudes



Position Staff
General Director Cyprus George Papayiannis
Press Officer Cyprus Fanourios Constantinou
Marketing Department Cyprus Koulla Stavrinidou
Events and Public Relations Department Cyprus Jovana Alavania
Accountant Cyprus Despo Panayi
Sports Material Department Cyprus Kyriakos Vassiliou
Football Operations Department Cyprus Giannis Kyriakides
Tickets Department Cyprus Panicos Frangkoudes
Secretary Cyprus Stella Ignatiou


Technical and medical staff[edit]

Technical staff
Team manager Cyprus Socratis Socratous
Head coach Cyprus Sofronis Avgousti
Assistant coach Cyprus Periclis Papapanagi
Fitness coach Cyprus Ioakim Ioakim
Goalkeeping coach Cyprus George Nikolaou
Kit Man Cyprus Grigorii Sprinceam
Cyprus Stavros Stavrou
Cyprus Charalambos Evripidou
Medical staff
Doctor Cyprus Dr. Christoforos Kannavas
Rehabilitation Head Coach Cyprus Andreas Nicolaou
Rehabilitation Trainer Cyprus Giannis Demetriou
Head Physiotherapist Cyprus Andreas Giorgallis
Physiotherapist Cyprus Panayiotis Georgiades
Physiotherapist Cyprus Lambros Kantzias
Masseur Cyprus Nicos Menelaou
Nutritionist Cyprus Costas Nicolaou




Main sponsors[edit]

  • Major Sponsor – Stoiximan
  • TV Sponsor –
  • Official Sponsors:
    • Puma
    • Petrolina
    • Lamberts
    • Remedica
    • Columbia Restaurants
    • Gree
    • Londou Bros LTD
    • Zacharias Watches & Jewellery
    • XCH



National Titles[edit]

Cypriot First Division

Cypriot Cup

Cypriot Super Cup

Cypriot Second Division

European competition history[edit]

As of December 7, 2017

Competition App. Pld W D L GF GA
UEFA Champions League 2 6 1 1 4 5 9
UEFA Cup/Europa League 12 58 18 14 26 80 99
UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 6 16 3 2 11 16 50
Total 20 79 22 17 40 101 155


Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate
1966–67 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1R Belgium Standard Liège 0–11 1–5 1–6 Symbol delete vote.svg
1967–68 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1R Hungary Győri ETO 0–42 0–5 0–9 Symbol delete vote.svg
1982–83 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1R Spain Barcelona 1–1 0–8 1–9 Symbol delete vote.svg
1984–85 UEFA Cup 1R Czechoslovakia Bohemians 2–2 1–6 3–8 Symbol delete vote.svg
1986–87 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1R Sweden Malmö FF 2–1 0–6 2–7 Symbol delete vote.svg
1989–90 UEFA Cup 1R Spain Real Zaragoza 0–3 1–1 1–4 Symbol delete vote.svg
1991–92 European Cup 1R Romania Universitatea Craiova 3–0 0–2 3–2 Symbol keep vote.svg
2R Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade 0–2 1–3 1–5 Symbol delete vote.svg
1992–93 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1R England Liverpool 1–2 1–6 2–8 Symbol delete vote.svg
1993–94 UEFA Cup 1R Hungary Vác 4–0 0–2 4–2 Symbol keep vote.svg
2R Italy Inter Milan 3–3 0–1 3–4 Symbol delete vote.svg
1994–95 UEFA Cup PR Albania Teuta 4–2 4–1 8–3 Symbol keep vote.svg
1R Switzerland Sion 1–3 3–2 (aet) 4–5 Symbol delete vote.svg
1997–98 UEFA Cup 1Q Finland MYPA 3–0 1–1 4–1 Symbol keep vote.svg
2Q Belgium RE Mouscron 0–0 0–3 0–3 Symbol delete vote.svg
1998–99 Cup Winners' Cup QR Lithuania FK Ekranas 3–3 2–1 5–4 Symbol keep vote.svg
1R Czech Republic Baumit Jablonec 2–1 1–2 (aet) 3–3 (4–3 p) Symbol keep vote.svg
2R Greece Panionios 0–1 2–3 2–4 Symbol delete vote.svg
2001–02 UEFA Cup QR Albania Tirana 3–1 2–3 5–4 Symbol keep vote.svg
1R Netherlands Ajax 0–3 0–2 0–5 Symbol delete vote.svg
2006–07 UEFA Champions League 1Q Republic of Ireland Cork City 1–1 0–1 1–2 Symbol delete vote.svg
2010–11 UEFA Europa League 3Q Russia Sibir Novosibirsk 2–1 0–1 2–2 (a) Symbol delete vote.svg
2013–14 UEFA Europa League PO France Nice 2–0 0–1 2–1 Symbol keep vote.svg
Group J Turkey Trabzonspor 1–2 2–4 3rd place Symbol delete vote.svg
Poland Legia Warsaw 0–2 1–0
Italy Lazio 0–0 1–2
2014–15 UEFA Europa League PO Russia Lokomotiv Moscow 1–1 4–1 5–2 Symbol keep vote.svg
Group A Switzerland FC Zürich 3–2 1–3 4th place Symbol delete vote.svg
Spain Villarreal 0–2 0–4
Germany Borussia Mönchengladbach 0–2 0–5
2015–16 UEFA Europa League 1Q Moldova Saxan 2–0 2–0 4–0 Symbol keep vote.svg
2Q Lithuania Trakai 4–0 0–0 4–0 Symbol keep vote.svg
3Q Azerbaijan Gabala 1–1 0–1 1–2 Symbol delete vote.svg
2016–17 UEFA Europa League 3Q Switzerland Grasshopper 3–3 (aet) 1–2 4–5 Symbol delete vote.svg
2017–18 UEFA Europa League 2Q Moldova Zaria Bălți 3–0 2–1 5–1 Symbol keep vote.svg
3Q Scotland Aberdeen 2–0 1–2 3–2 Symbol keep vote.svg
PO Denmark Midtjylland 3–2 1–1 4–3 Symbol keep vote.svg
Group E France Lyon 1–1 0–4 4th place Symbol delete vote.svg
England Everton 0–3 2–2
Italy Atalanta 1–1 1–3
2018–19 UEFA Europa League 1Q Lithuania Stumbras 2–0 0–1 2–1 Symbol keep vote.svg
2Q Bosnia and Herzegovina Željezničar 3–1 2–1 5–2 Symbol keep vote.svg
3Q Belarus Dynamo Brest 4–0 0–1 4–1 Symbol keep vote.svg
PO Switzerland Basel 1–0 2–3 3–3 Symbol keep vote.svg
Group H Italy Lazio 1–0 1–2 3rd place Symbol delete vote.svg
France Marseille 2–2 3–1
Germany Eintracht Frankfurt 2–3 0–2
2019–20 UEFA Europa League 1Q Lithuania Kauno Žalgiris 2–0 4–0 6–0 Symbol keep vote.svg
2Q Republic of Ireland Shamrock Rovers 3–1 (aet) 1–2 4–3 Symbol keep vote.svg
3Q Austria Austria Wien 3–1 2–1 5–2 Symbol keep vote.svg
PO Netherlands PSV Eindhoven 0–4 0–3 0–7 Symbol delete vote.svg
2020–21 UEFA Europa League 1Q Georgia (country) Saburtalo Tbilisi 5–1 Symbol keep vote.svg
2Q Greece OFI 1–0 Symbol keep vote.svg
3Q Poland Lech Poznań 0–5 Symbol delete vote.svg


  • QR: Qualifying round
  • PR: Preliminary round
  • 1R: First round
  • 2R: Second round
  • 1Q: First qualifying round
  • 2Q: Second qualifying round
  • 3Q: Third qualifying round
  • PO: Play-off round
  • 1: Both matches played in Belgium.
  • 2: Both matches played in Netherlands.

Source: UEFA.com

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b "Apollon FC". apollon.com.cy. Retrieved 4 January 2017.
  2. ^ a b c "Apollon FC Europe".
  3. ^ a b c d e f g "Τελικοί Κυπέλλου Κύπρου – Κυπριακή Ομοσπονδία Ποδοσφαίρου". Archived from the original on 20 July 2013. Retrieved 29 May 2013.
  4. ^ a b c "Cyprus Football Association – Championship record". Archived from the original on 20 July 2013. Retrieved 31 May 2013.
  5. ^ "UEFA Europa League UEFA.com".
  6. ^ "Apollon Limassol win Cyprus Coca – Cola Cup".
  7. ^ "Roster 2018–19". Apollon FC. apollon.com.cy. Retrieved 13 August 2016.
  8. ^ "Board". Apollon FC. apollon.com.cy. Retrieved 13 December 2016.
  9. ^ "Staff". Apollon FC. apollon.com.cy. Retrieved 13 December 2016.
  10. ^ "Coaching Staff". Apollon FC. apollon.com.cy. Retrieved 10 August 2017.
  11. ^ "Sponsors". Apollon FC. apollon.com.cy. Retrieved 2 February 2020.

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