New York Pancyprian Freedoms
New York Pancyprian Freedoms is an American football club from New York, who three times won the U.S. Championship in the early 1980s.
Following the championship titles of 1982 and 1983, the club on the CONCACAF Champions ' Cup took part. 1983 failed the team in the second round of the Mexican representative and eventual champions Atlante, while they establish themselves in the following season 1984 against the reigning Mexican champion Puebla and was able to qualify for the semifinals, where she would have played against Mexican giants Guadalajara. Because both clubs it failed to agree on a Schedule, they were disqualified together and explains Violette AC, the winner of the other semi-final the winner.
- American Champion: 1980, 1982, 1983