AEZ Zakakiou

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AEZ Zakakiou
Full name Athletic Union of Zakaki
Founded 1956; 58 years ago (1956)
Ground Zakaki Municipal Stadium,
Zakaki, Limassol, Cyprus
Ground Capacity 2000
Chairman Cyprus Stelios Christou
Manager Cyprus Nikolas Martides
League Cypriot Second Division
2013–14 11th

Athletic Union of Zakaki (Greek: Αθλητική Ένωση Ζακακίου) is a Cypriot football club based in Zakaki, Limassol. The club was founded in 1956. Their colours are green and white and they play in Zakaki Municipal Stadium.

Current squad[edit]

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

No. Position Player
5 Cyprus MF Giorgos Ioannou
7 Cyprus FW Grigoris Orthodoxou
8 Cyprus DF Giannis Demetriou
9 Cyprus FW Iasonas Kyriacou
10 Cyprus MF Marinos Georgiou
11 Cyprus DF Andreas Antoniou
14 Cyprus DF Marios Simou
17 Cyprus FW Christoforos Avraam
20 Cyprus FW Nicolas Christodoulou
23 Cyprus DF Constantinos Onoufriou
24 Cyprus FW Giorgos Kavazis (Captain)
28 Cyprus MF Charalambos Dionysiou
30 Cyprus DF Neophytos Chambou
31 Cyprus GK Sotiris Aresti
44 Cyprus DF Marios Christou
77 Greece MF Christos Oxyzoglou
No. Position Player
85 Cyprus GK Panayiotis Pavlou
88 Cyprus DF Andreas Fotiou
Cyprus MF Neophytos Hadjispyrou
Cyprus FW Andreas Ioannou
Cyprus DF Antonis Eleftheriou
Cyprus MF Andreas Mammides
Cyprus MF Marios Demetriou
Cyprus GK Charalambos Kairinos
Cyprus FW Savvas Kyprou
Cyprus MF Andreas Theofanous
Cyprus MF Christos Emmanouil
Cyprus MF Giorgos Constantinidis
Colombia FW Jhonatan Rojas
Cyprus MF Kyriacos Panagi
Bulgaria FW Simeon Ganchev
Cyprus FW Minas Antoniou
Cyprus MF Pavlos Pafitis

For recent transfers, see List of Cypriot football transfers summer 2014.

League History[edit]

The following table shows the progress of the team in time (for those seasons found data).

Season Division Place
2008-09 C 4th[1]
2009-10 C 5th[2]
2010-11 C 8th[3]
2011-12 C 3rd[4]
2012-13 B 10th[5]


1992-93, 1997-98
1986-87, 1991-92 (Limassol-Paphos Group)


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