Doxa Katokopias FC

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Doxa Katokopia FC
Doxa Katokopias new.jpg
Full nameDoxa Katokopia FC
Founded1954; 65 years ago (1954)
GroundMakario Stadium
ChairmanCostas Christodoulou
ManagerLoukas Hadjiloukas
WebsiteClub website

Doxa Katokopia (Greek: Δόξα Κατωκοπιάς) is a Cypriot football team from Katokopia in the Nicosia District. Since the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974, Katokopia is under Turkish occupation, and the club moved to Peristerona, which is near Katokopia.

The solid Era squads[edit]

Doxa Katokopias known as Doxa which translates to Glory in Greek, from 2011 onwards became famous for the solid squad players, the majority of whom are Portuguese from the lower divisions, that the club president "Karavidas" locates and the team employs, to face strong opponents and therefore obtains the respect of the CFA community due to the decent results.


Doxa (which translates as Glory) was promoted to First Division in 1998 for first time in their history, but after finishing 13th in the table (out of 14 teams) they were relegated; the following season, after finishing third in the Second division, they were promoted again in 2000 and this time, with the experience of their first participation, they achieved great success by managing to finish 11th and to remain in the First Division. They were relegated again in 2002 to become Second Division runners-up the following year, they competed again in the first division in the 2003–04 season where they finished last with only 1 win from 26 games and were thus automatically relegated. They were again promoted to the first division in 2007 and after 4 consecutive seasons in the First Division, they have been relegated back to the Second Division in 2011. In 2012 they were promoted again to the First Division after finishing 2nd in the Second Division. In their last five consecutive participations in First Division, a record for the club, they used as home ground the Makario Stadium.

Current squad[edit]

As of 7 September 2019[1][2]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Austria GK Armin Gremsl (Vice-captain)
5 Cyprus DF Stefanos Mouhtaris (on loan from APOEL)
6 France DF Dorian Dervite
7 Portugal MF Zé Valente
8 Nigeria MF Fidelis Irhene (on loan from AEL Limassol)
9 Brazil FW Ítalo (on loan from APOEL)
10 Cyprus MF Vasilios Papafotis
11 Brazil FW Luís Carlos
14 Montenegro MF Vladimir Boljević
16 Cyprus GK Stylianos Kogkorozis
17 Ghana MF Benjamín
18 Spain DF Alfonso Artabe
19 Cyprus DF Nektarios Alexandrou (Captain)
No. Position Player
20 Cyprus MF Alexandros Fasouliotis
24 North Macedonia MF Dushko Trajchevski
26 Cyprus DF Zacharias Adoni
30 Cyprus DF Vasilis Demosthenous
31 Cyprus GK Andreas Paraskevas (on loan from APOEL)
40 Cyprus MF Marcos Charalambous
70 Guinea-Bissau FW Mesca
77 Cyprus DF Constantinos Mintikkis
78 Cyprus GK Christos Charalampous
83 Brazil FW Carlão
93 Cyprus MF Martinos Christofi
95 Brazil MF Lukas Brambilla
Portugal FW Carlitos

For recent transfers, see List of Cypriot football transfers summer 2019.

Out on loan[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player

Loan deals expire at the end of 2019–20 season

Hattricks for club[edit]

Notable former players[edit]

See also Doxa Katokopias FC players for a complete list



  1. ^ "Doxa Katokopias". Flash Score. Retrieved 1 September 2018.
  2. ^ "Doxa Katokopias". Soccerway. Retrieved 1 September 2018.

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