Doxa Katokopias F.C.

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Doxa Katokopia FC
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Full name Doxa Katokopia FC
Founded 1954; 61 years ago (1954)
Ground Makario Stadium
Nicosia, Cyprus
Ground Capacity 16,000
Chairman Cyprus Costas Christodoulou
Manager Serbia Slobodan Krčmarević
League Cypriot First Division
2013–14 10th

Doxa Katokopia (Greek: Δόξα Κατωκοπιάς) is a Cypriot football team from Katokopia in the Nicosia District. Since the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974, Katokopia is under Turkish occupation, and the club moved to Peristerona, which is near Katokopia.

The solid Era squads[edit]

Doxa Katokopias known as Doxa that in Greek means: Glory from 2011 and above became famous because of the solid squad players (majority of them Portuguese) with extremely low budget that used and still using to face strong opponents and gather the notice, furthermore the respect of the whole CFA community because of its results.


Doxa (which translates as Glory) promoted to First Division in 1998 for first time in their history, but after finishing 13th in the table (out of 14 teams) they were relegated. The following season, after finishing third in the Second division, they were promoted again in 2000 and this time, with the experience of their first participation, they achieved great success by managing to finish 11th and to remain in the First Division. They were relegated again in 2002 to become Second Division runners-up the following year. They competed again in the first division in the 2003–04 season where they finished last with only 1 win from 26 games and were thus automatically relegated. They were again promoted to the first division in 2007 and after 4 consecutive seasons in the First Division, a record for the club, they have been relegated back to the Second Division in 2011. In 2012 they were promoted again to the First Division after finishing 2nd in the Second Division. In their last three consecutive participations in First Division, they used as home ground the Makario 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
3 Portugal DF Paulo Jorge (vice-captain)
4 Spain DF Ferrán Monzó
5 Venezuela MF Elias Romero
8 Spain MF Dani López
9 Portugal FW Diogo Ramos
10 Portugal MF Ricardo Fernandes (captain)
11 Haiti FW Gary Ambroise
12 Venezuela FW Christian Novoa
13 Portugal DF Carlos Marques
15 Ghana FW Albert Ahulu
16 Cape Verde DF Nilson Antonio
17 Cyprus MF Constantinos Christodoulou
19 Portugal FW Bernardo Vasconcelos
No. Position Player
20 Venezuela MF Héctor González
21 Spain DF Álvaro Ocaña
23 Venezuela MF Homero Calderón
25 Brazil DF João Leonardo
28 Cameroon FW Richard Emmanuel Njoh
30 Ghana MF Livingstone Adjin
77 Venezuela DF Raúl González
79 Cyprus GK Michalis Morfis
84 Brazil FW Ricardo Lobo
87 Greece GK Giannis Siderakis
88 Cyprus MF Georgios Aresti
99 Cyprus GK Evagoras Hadjifrangiskou

On loan[edit]

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

No. Position Player
Cyprus MF Pantelis Vasiliou (on loan to PAEEK until May 2015)
22 Cyprus FW Kyriacos Vasiliou (on loan to PAEEK until May 2015)
No. Position Player
93 Cyprus GK Nicolas Anastasiou (on loan to Olympiakos Nicosia until May 2015)
14 Portugal DF Paulo Alves (on loan to Angola Kabuscorp until May 2015)

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

Notable former players[edit]

See also Doxa Katokopia players


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