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Alki Larnaca (Greek: ΑΛΚΗ Λάρνακας, ALKI Larnakas) is a Cypriot football club based in the town of Larnaca. The club was founded in 1948 and the club's colours are 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.

The team was crowned Champions of the Cypriot Second Division for the season 2009–2010 and have participated in the Cypriot First Division since then.


Cypriot Cup:
Runner-up: 1967, 1970, 1976, 1977, 1980

Cypriot Second Division
Champions (4): 1960, 1982, 2001, 2010

European Cups history

Season Round Country Club Home Away Aggregate
1979–80 1 Romania Dinamo Bucureşti 0–9 0–3 0–12
Coaching staff

Manager: Neophytos Larkou
Assistant Manager: Nicolas Karagiorgis
Goalkeeping Coach: Marios Theofanous
Fitness Coach: Antonis Kezos
Technical Manager: Serbia Vesko Mihajlović
Chief Scout: Stavros Stavrou
Chief Scout: Stelios Moiseos

Current squad

As of January 5, 2013 according to combined sources on the official website http://www.alkifc.com.cy and http://www.cfa.com.cy:

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
4 Portugal MF Barge
5 Portugal DF Santamaria
7 Brazil DF James Dens
8 Spain MF Jonathan Aspas
9 Portugal FW Bernardo Vasconcelos
10 Israel MF Roei Beckel
12 Cyprus GK Demetris Stylianou
15 Cyprus MF Gerasimos Fylaktou
16 Republic of Macedonia MF Nikola Gligorov
17 Cape Verde FW Cafú
20 Argentina DF Emiliano Fusco (Captain)
27 Brazil FW Sidnei
30 Brazil MF Eduardo Pincelli

No. Position Player
33 Cyprus GK Antonis Georgallides
46 Cyprus DF Luka Mihajlović
55 Israel DF Nisso Kapiloto
60 Guinea-Bissau DF Bruno Fernandes
77 Cyprus MF Leandros Lillis
81 Serbia MF Marjan Marković
83 England GK Corrin Brooks-Meade
84 Canada MF Issey Nakajima-Farran (on loan from AEK Larnaca)
89 Angola MF Stélvio
95 Ghana MF Yusif Rahman
96 Senegal DF Naby Camara
97 Cyprus DF Stavrinos Constantinou
99 Cyprus MF Andreas Anastasiou

For recent transfers, see List of Cypriot football transfers winter 2012–13.
Notable former players
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See also Alki Larnaca players


Albania Isli Hidi
Albania Blerim Rrustemi


Angola Carlos Chaínho


Argentina Damián Giménez
Argentina Diego Rivarola


Brazil Clayton
Brazil Gabriel Lima
Brazil Leonardo Cunha
Brazil Silva


Chile Alex Von Schwedler


Colombia David Solari


Cyprus Sozos Andreou
Cyprus Marios Antoniou
Cyprus Athos Chrysostomou
Cyprus Costas Elia
Cyprus Paris Elia
Cyprus Loukas Louka
Cyprus Andreas Mavris
Cyprus Feidias Panayiotou
Cyprus Panayiotis Spyrou
Cyprus Nicos Timotheou
Cyprus Elias Vattis


Greece Christos Kostis
Greece Vassilis Mitilinaios


Guinea Kaba Diawara


Hungary Zoltán Bükszegi
Hungary Béla Kovács
Hungary Zoltán Nagy
Hungary Ádám Vezér
Hungary Zalán Zombori


Iran Ferydoon Zandi


Jordan Odai Al-Saify


Portugal Edgar
Portugal Hugo Machado
Portugal Mário Carlos
Portugal Nandinho


Romania Bogdan Andone
Romania Daniel Bălan
Romania Adrian Iordache
Romania Eduard Iordănescu
Romania Eugen Neagoe
Romania Pompiliu Stoica
Romania Nicolae Zamfir


Rwanda Lewis Aniweta


Senegal Cheikh Gadiaga
Senegal Lamine Sakho


Serbia Petar Đenić
Serbia Dragan Isailović
Serbia Miroslav Milošević
Serbia Zoran Stjepanović
Serbia Mihajlo Vujačić


Spain David Cabarcos


Uruguay Carlos García
Uruguay Julio Rodríguez


Venezuela Andres Rouga


France Simon Frantz
France Ulysse Obame


Cyprus Marios Constantinou (March 2010–Oct 10)
Israel Itzhak Shum (Oct 2010–June 11)
Serbia Radmilo Ivančević (2011–Dec 12)
Cyprus Kostas Kaiafas (Aug 2011–Dec 12)
Cyprus Neophytos Larkou (Dec 2012–)

External links

Official website

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