Doxa Katokopias F.C.

Doxa Katokopia is a Cypriot football club from Katokopia in Nicosia and is currently playing in the First Division, the highest Cypriot football league. After the Turkish invasion in 1974 the city was in the Turkish- occupied part of the island, and the club moved to the nearby Peristerona.


Doxa (translated " glory ") was established in 1954. For the first time it was possible to ascend to him in 1998 in the Cypriot First Division, but as Penultimate they got the same again. After the re-emergence in 2000 they reached the eleventh place and were able to keep in the top division. By 2007, there were repeated ascent and descent, in the season 2003/ 04 managed just one win in 26 games. 2007 managed to rise again, since they belong - with a break in the season 2011 /12 - the first league to. Their home games they have since been fitted in Makario stadium in Nicosia and not in the home stadium of Peristerona. Since November 2012, the team of Loukas Hadjiloukas is trained, who played 26 internationals for Cyprus in the 1990s.

Current team

Former Players

  • Cyprus Republic Georgios Eleftheriou
  • Cyprus Republic Evagoras Hadjifrangiskou
  • Cyprus Republic Giorgos Ioannidis
  • Republic of Cyprus Andreas Mavris
  • Cyprus Republic Nikolas Nicolaou
  • Cyprus Republic Loukas Stylianou
  • Cyprus Republic Kyriacos Polykarpou
  • Angola Frederico de Castro Roque dos Santos
  • Angola Hélder Neto
  • Belgium Fangio Buyse
  • Brazil David Pereira da Costa
  • Brazil Edmar Lacerda da Silva
  • Brazil Rodrigo Rodrigues Ribeiro
  • Brazil Sérgio Luis Giardino da Silva
  • Cameroon Nicolas Dikoume
  • Mustapha Kamal N'Daw
  • Greece Giorgos Kostis
  • Greece Dimitris Rizos
  • Greece Lazaros Semo
  • Hungary Dániel Sibalin
  • Nigeria Rasheed Alabi
  • Nigeria Lewis Aniweta
  • Nigeria Joseph Nwafor
  • Poland Piotr Kluzek
  • Portugal Carlos André
  • Portugal João Paulo
  • Portugal Rui Paulo Silva Júnior
  • Portugal Luís Filipe Baptista Torres
  • Portugal Renato João Inácio Margaça
  • Portugal Mário Silva
  • Portugal Milton Andrade Vaz Mendes
  • Portugal Nuno Rodrigues
  • Portugal Márcio Paiva
  • Portugal Pedro Duarte
  • Portugal Pedro Pereira
  • Portugal Rui Andrade
  • Portugal Carlos Manuel Dias Saavedra
  • Serbia Nemanja Mijailović
  • Serbia Zoran Milinković
  • Serbia Dejan Stefanov