|Owner||Nea Salamis FC|
|Operator||Nea Salamis FC|
|Nea Salamis FC (1991–)
Alki Oroklini (2016–)
Cyprus national under-21 football team
Ermis Aradippou (2001–2002, 2010–2012, 2013–16)
The original home ground of Nea Salamina FC was GSE Stadium in Famagusta, but due to the Turkish occupation of the town since 1974 they cannot use it. After that, Nea Salamis FC moved, temporarily, to Larnaca and built their own stadium.
The decision to build the stadium came in 1989. The December of the same year it started to be built. After many wages offered from Salamis fans in Cyprus and abroad, from Cyprus Sports Association and from many workers it was built in a short time.
In 1998 some improvement works took place in the stadium.
Ammochostos Stadium has a capacity of 5000 seats and is located in Larnaca. Soon, a third shuttle will be built and the stadium will hold 7,500 people.
Ammochostos Stadium named after the town of Famagusta (Greek: Αμμόχωστος; Ammochostos), which was the original seat of Nea Salamina before the Turkish invasion.
The stadium was used for some periods as a home ground by Alki Larnaca FC (2007—2009), AEL Limassol (in 2001, for a little period due to the improvement of their own ground), Ermis Aradippou (2001–2002, 2010-2012, 2013-14) and Doxa Katokopia (2012-2013).
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