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Stadium: Antonis Papadopoulos Larnaca (10,230) Head coach: Andre Paus Chairman: Christos Poullaides 2014 – 2015 : 5th

Ammochostos, or better Varoshi, around 1910 was a small town of about 4,000 inhabitants: farmers, fishermen and a few shop-keepers. The only place of recreation was the coffee shop. At that time a few, spirited and enthusiastic men of that community set a goal and managed to create a "reading club" in hospitable rooms where they could gather and educate the youth in cultural and national matters.[2]

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1 Mario Vega - Argentinean 31-year old GK40 Aldo Teqja - Albanian 20-year old GK who has 5 youth caps for Albania88 Jan Koprivec - Slovenian - Born: 1988 - New signing from Perugia

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Αnorthosis Famagusta FC (Greek: Ανόρθωσις Αμμοχώστου, Anorthosis Ammochostou), known as Anorthosis, is a Cypriot football, futsal and volleyball club. Originally based in Famagusta, the club is now based in Larnaca, due to the Cyprus dispute.[1]

On 23 November 2011, D. Ellinas group signed a contract with Anorthosis to built new offices for Antonis Papadopoulos Stadium. The old offices of the stadium will be a joint area outside the locker room, journalistic theory, clinics and other. The cost is €400,000 but the D. Ellinas group will build the offices for free in exchange for advertisements on the Anorthosis side.

One of the most successful clubs in Cypriot football, Anorthosis has won 13 First Division titles, 10 Cypriot Cups and seven Super Cups. Anorthosis is one of three Cypriot clubs never to have played in the second division and the first one which had participated in the Champions League Group Stages.

After winning the domestic league 2007–08, Anorthosis qualified for the 2008–09 UEFA Champions League Group Stage, over-running Armenian Champions FC Pyunik, Austrian Champions Rapid Wien and Greek Champions Olympiacos in the qualifying rounds.

They will try to make it to the top-3 and to a European cup place but might have to settle for a top-6 finish again.

The stadium also is approved by UEFA for European games. It has hosted some matches of the Cyprus national football team. In that stadium, Cyprus achieved its greatest success against Spain by a score 3-2. On 16 May 1992, the stadium hosted the 1992 UEFA European Under-16 Football Championship Third position final between Italy and Portugal, where Italy won 1-0.

From the important players last season, Anorthosis lost main goalkeeper Kaminski who returned to Anderlecht after his loan. Cypriot international Jason Demetriou moved to Walsall, Grigoris Makos moved to Greek Super League team Panetolikos, German Chinedu Edu returned to Mainz after his loan finished and Albert Serran was released. Of course Goncalves was the biggest loss.

Full Name: Anorthosis Famagusta FC Nicknames: The Old Lady, The Blue White, Warriors Founded: 1911

7 Toni Calvo - Spanish 28-year old winger9 Dino Ndlovu - South African - Born: 1990 - Forward who has caps with South Africa national team33 Andreas Makris - Cypriot 19-year old Winger/CF who has 5 caps for Cyprus

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The period from 1911 until 1928 can be characterized as the first period of Anorthosis history. In that period, Anorthosis was mostly a nationalist and spiritual group. Patriotic speeches and national commemorations were organised in the building of Anorthosis. But the sector where Anorthosis had created a tradition, unique in the history of clubs of which the reputation and activity was spread all over Cyprus, was in music.[2]

The club was founded in Famagusta on 30 January 1911. After the 1974 Cypriot coup d'état and subsequent Turkish invasion of Cyprus, Anorthosis was relocated to Antonis Papadopoulos Stadium of Larnaca. Anorthosis' former home stadium in Famagusta, G.S.E. (Gymnastic Club Evagoras), has been abandoned since 1974 and is in poor condition.[2]

This allowed the team to qualify for the Group Stage of the Champions League, the first time for a Cypriot team.

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Anorthosis was founded in 1911 in Famagusta and in 1934 became one of the founder clubs of the Cyprus Football Association. Their home ground is the Antonis Papadopoulos Stadium, the president of the club is Christos Poullaides and the coach is Antonio Puche.

Anorthosis have had numerous presidents over the course of their history, some of which have been honorary presidents. Here is a complete list of them.[14]

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Last year was very difficult for Anorthosis as they have had some financial issues but they did manage to finish 5th and could have even done a bit better if they would have not injuries to their main players in the end.

After the highs of their exploits in the previous season's Champions League, Anorthosis went crashing out of the 2009–10 UEFA Europa League in the second qualifying round, losing 4-3 on aggregate to OFK Petrovac of Montenegro.

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Under the control of Demetris Demetriades, it began with great success the only madolinade and band of Anorthosis. The actions taken at that time were many, some of them were:

In the week prior to the game against Panathinaikos, the club was disrupted when the directors complained to the police that the president was embezzling funds. He was remanded in custody and forced to resign, eventually being released by the police without charges.[9]

Anorthosis Famagusta Futsal club is a Cyprus Futsal, based in the Kinotiko stadium Larnaka. The club have participated in the division since its inception in 2012.[15]

(From Anorthosis Practices) 1913: In a collection that has been done in the building of Anorthosis the extravagant – for that time – amount of 84 pounds was gathered in just one hour, which was given for the political needs of the country (which was under British rule). 1922: Anorthosis establishes a depository for the relief of the refugees from the Asia Minor destruction.[2]

Anorthosis Famagusta began the season in Second qualifying round of Europa League. Anorthosis faced the cup winner of Estonian for the season 2011–12, Levadia Tallinn, On the first match Anorthosis Famagusta defeat the Estonian club 3-1 (Spadacio, Toni Calvo, Ricardo Laborde) in Kadrioru Stadium, with mvp the best player of the clube Ricardo Laborde.

The second period in the history of Anorthosis started with an important changeover in the aims and actions of the club. The "Anorthosis Reading Club" renamed to "Musical Philological and Philanthropical Club" and as an emblem of the club is now the mythical bird Phoenix. During this period the mantolinade and band of Anorthosis are better organised and stipendiary teachers are being appointed for the development of the two groups.[2]

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Europe: European cup: - Champions League: Best /Group Stages 2008 – 2009 Fourth in a group with Werder Bremen, Inter Milan and Panathinaikos earning 6 points (1-3-2) UEFA Cup: - Europa League: Best / Play-off round 2011-12 CSKA Moscow (1-6 on Agg.)