AEZ Zakakiou

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AEZ Zakakiou
Full name Athletic Union of Zakaki
Founded 1956; 61 years ago (1956)
Ground Zakaki Community Stadium,
Zakaki, Limassol, Cyprus
Ground Capacity 2000
Chairman Cyprus Stelios Christou
Manager Cyprus Demetris Demetriou
League Cypriot First Division
2015–16 2nd (Promoted)

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.

Chairman's Record[edit]

The Chairman of AEZ Zakakiou, Stelios Christou holds a unique record. He was one of the founders of the club in 1956. He is involved in the management of the club continuously since 1957, and from 1986 leads the club as a chairman.

Current squad[edit]

As of 11 June 2016

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

No. Position Player
1 Cyprus GK Athos Chrysostomou
3 Greece DF Lefteris Sakellariou
4 Malawi MF Tawonga Chimodzi
6 Cyprus DF Sergios Panayiotou
12 Cyprus DF Stylianos Stylianou (on loan from Apollon Limassol)
14 Portugal FW Lisandro Semedo
15 Serbia DF Nebojša Skopljak
17 Ukraine FW Dmytro Strelkovskyy
20 Cyprus DF Pantelis Kyriacou
22 Cyprus DF Christos Antoniou
25 Brazil DF Douglas Reis
No. Position Player
28 Argentina FW Francisco Di Franco (on loan from Apollon Limassol)
29 Cyprus MF Andreas Mammides
32 Cyprus MF Antonis Katsis
33 Cyprus FW Andreas Christou
50 Cyprus DF Constantinos Alexandrou
70 Cyprus MF Emilios Panayiotou
77 Cyprus DF Valentinos Pastelis
88 Ivory Coast MF Félicien Gbedinyessi
90 Cyprus GK Ellinas Sofroniou
91 Croatia FW Vilim Posinkovic
99 Cyprus FW Kristis Andreou

For recent transfers, see List of Cypriot football transfers summer 2016.

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]
2013–14 B2 3rd[6]
2014–15 B 4th[7]
2015–16 B 2nd[8]


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


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