The home ground of AEP Paphos, was the Pafiako Stadium, a multi-use stadium in Paphos. The capacity was 8000 seated spectators but in 2003 the ground was updated and expanded. It can now hold 11,000 fans. The Pafiako served as the home ground for APOP and Evagoras, and was also used by APOP Kinyras Peyias FC, whilst competing in the First Division during the 2005–06 season. GSK (Gymnastic Club Korivos) stadium was the home of APOP and Evagoras before the Pafiako was built.

The national championships of Cyprus are the Cypriot First Division, the Cypriot Second Division, the Cypriot Third Division and the Cypriot Fourth Division which has been dissolved after 2014–15 season. The championships are run and organized by the Cyprus Football Association (CFA). Since 2015, National Championship is also the STOK Elite Division which is run and organized by the Confederation of local federations of Cyprus (STOK).

1The refugee clubs location (clubs which before 1974 were located in the areas that are occupied by the Turkish army after the Turkish invasion of Cyprus) is indicated as it was before 1974.

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The team's first coach was Radmilo Ivančević, who served as AEP Paphos coach in the past.[6] Pafos FC will compete in the 2014–15 Cypriot Second Division, in their first season as a club.

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For recent transfers, see List of Cypriot football transfers summer 2013.

The following table is a list of Cypriot football clubs. For a complete list see Category:Football clubs in Cyprus.

International sports teams and individual sportsmen can fully focus on their off-season training, their event or on their pre-tournament preparations.

The following list includes all the men’s Association football clubs of Cyprus who are participating or have participated in the national championships of the country. A total of 193 clubs have played in the national championships of Cyprus from their inception in 1934 until the 2016–17 season.

Before 2006, since APOP and Evagoras played in Second Division for several years, they had won it 6 times each; APOP were winners in 1966, 1971, 1973, 1975, 1977, 1996 and Evagoras in 1968, 1972, 1981, 1989, 1991, 1995

Cyprus climate allows warm weather training all over the year, especially in Paphos where the summer is the coolest and the winter is the warmest.

Both parts of the Sports Centre are equipped with a light gym, with floodlights in order to allow night training and with spacious car parks.

The logo of Pafos FC is a variation of AEP Paphos's logo, including the team name and 2014 as the year of establishment, and the figure of the hero Evagoras Pallikaridis. The logo also includes the team's colors, the blue, white and yellow.[7][8]

APOP and Evagoras were the two clubs of Paphos playing sometimes in First and sometimes in the Second Division. In contrast with the other Districts of Cyprus and other major towns, which had permanent teams in First Division, Paphos did not have such a team as the two clubs could not remain in First Division for many years. For this reason the two clubs were merged to form AEP Paphos as the people of Paphos wanted a permanent team in First Division.

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On 9 June 2014, AEP Paphos was merged with AEK Kouklia and created a new team, Pafos FC.

The Stadium conforms to all standards that apply to such modern sports training facilities. It includes a field with lawn and track that can host both football games and athletics. It has a seating capacity for 3500 seats, covered and all the necessary facilities:

The Sports Centre was build in 2005 according to all standards and can offer high standard training to professional and non professional sport groups.

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

The Sports Centre was build in 2005 according to all standards and can offer high standard training to professional and non professional sport groups.It offers the best facilities as a training camp in Paphos for sports such as football, swimming and athletics. Read More

2The Turkish Cypriot teams withdrew from Cypriot football in 1955.

Pafos FC (Greek: Πάφος FC) is a Cypriot football team based in Paphos. The club was formed in 2014 after the merger of AEK Kouklia and AEP Paphos. Their home stadium is Pafiako Stadium and they are currently competing in the Cypriot First Division.

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Build according to Olympic standards, 50m x 25m with 10 lanes. All kind of water sports may be hosted. The pool will be heated during winter month. It has a seating capacity of 700 covered seats and all necessary facilities:

The Sports Centre is located in Geroskipou, close and in walking distance from several hotels and apartments in the Geroskipou and Kato Paphos area. Only 3 km away from the Paphos harbour.

AEP Paphos (Greek: Αθλητική Ένωση Πάφος, Athlitiki Enosi Pafos; "Athletic Union Paphos") was a Cypriot football club based in Paphos. The club was formed in 2000 after the merger of the two clubs of Paphos, APOP and Evagoras. AEP Paphos was dissolved on 9 June 2014, in order to be merged with AEK Kouklia and create a new team, Pafos FC.