Apollon Limassol (women)
|Full name||Apollon Limassol|
|League||Cypriot First Division|
Apollon Limassol is a women's football team from Cyprus. It is one of the leading teams in the country, having won four consecutive doubles. It is associated with Apollon Limassol and was established in 2007.
Apollon made headlines after beating two-times European champion Umeå IK in their second appearance in the Champions League. This is regarded as one of the biggest surprises in European women's football. Apollon reached the Round of 32, where it was knocked out by Zvezda Perm. Apollon again progressed past the qualifying stage in the 2011-12, 2012–13 and the 2013-14 season.
- Liliana Kostova
- Petya Petkova
- Andreea Laiu
- Laura Rus
- Florentina Spanu
- Frankie Brown
- Hayley Lauder
- Michelle Betos
- Gina DiMartino
- Tina DiMartino
- Sinead Farrelly
- Joanna Lohman
UEFA Competitions History
In the last five seasons Apollon has always progressed from the qualifyying round.
|2009-10||Champions League||Qualifying Stage||4–0||Maccabi Holon|
|2010-11||Champions League||Qualifying Stage||6–1||Sarajevo|
|3–0||ASA Tel Aviv|
|Round of 32||1–2 (H), 1–2 (A)||Zvezda Perm|
|2011-12||Champions League||Qualifying Stage||14–0||Progrès Niedercorn|
|Round of 32||2–2 (H), 1–2 (A)||Sparta Praha|
|2012-13||Champions League||Qualifying Stage||7–0||Klaksvík|
|Round of 32||2–3 (H), 1–3 (A)||Torres|
|2013-14||Champions League||Qualifying Stage||2-0||Nové Zámky|
|3-0||ASA Tel Aviv|
|Round of 32||1–2 (H), 1-1 (A)||Neulengbach|
|2014-15||Champions League||Qualifying Stage||3-1||Gintra Universitetas|
|0-0||KF Vllaznia Shkodër|
|Round of 32||Brøndby IF|
- Cypriot First Division (6): 2009-2014
- Cypriot Cup (6): 2009-2014
- Cypriot Super Cup (4): 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013
- "Παλμαρές". Apollon Ladies FC (in Greek). Retrieved 9 October 2014.
- "Apollon humble Umeå on goal-filled day". UEFA. 9 August 2010. Retrieved 30 September 2011.
- 2011-12 Squad in the club's website
- "Apollon wins sixth title in a row" (in Greek). apollon365.com. 9 February 2014. Retrieved 9 February 2014.
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