Alki Larnaca FC
|Full name||Alki Larnaca|
|Founded||10 April 1948|
|Dissolved||6 May 2014|
|Ground||Neo GSZ Stadium,|
Alki Larnaca (Greek: ΑΛΚΗ Λάρνακας, ALKI Larnakas) was a Cypriot football club based in the town of Larnaca. The club was founded in 1948 and the club's colours were blue and red. They reached the Cypriot Cup final on five occasions without a win.
1979 was the best year in club's history. They finished third in the Cypriot Championship and played the final in the Cypriot Cup, losing to APOEL Nicosia, which were also the champions. That gave them the right to play in the UEFA Cup, where they were eliminated in the first round by Dinamo Bucharest.
- Cypriot Cup:
- Cypriot Second Division
European Cups history
- Marios Constantinou (21 March 2010 – 19 Oct 2010)
- Itzhak Shum (21 Oct 2010 – 11 June 2011)
- Radmilo Ivančević (1 Jan 2011 – 30 July 2011)
- Kostas Kaiafas (1 Aug 2011 – 4 Nov 2012)
- Neophytos Larkou (5 Nov 2012 – 9 April 2013)
- Kostas Kaiafas (10 April 2013 – 13 March 2014)
- Vesko Mihajlović (10 March 2014 – 6 May 2014)
- Official website
- "Alki FC comes to an endParikiaki | Parikiaki Cyprus and Cypriot News". www.parikiaki.com. Archived from the original on 2017-07-05. Retrieved 2017-07-05.