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Aris Limassol (Greek: Άρης Λεμεσού) is a professional Cypriot football club based in Limassol and one of the founder members of Cyprus Football Association.


However, the following season Aris was relegated once more, and the trend returned. After 9 years of drought, Aris managed to remain in the First Division in the 2015–16 season, finishing in 10th place. This season, Aris was the only team which played more than 6 Cypriot players in every match. After three seasons in the First Division, Aris was relegated and spent another three seasons in the Second Division, before being promoted once more in the 2020–21 season. In Summer 2021, a new era began for Aris, with the Russian investor Vladimir Fedorov, who intends to transform Aris into one of the elite clubs of Cyprus. The following season, Aris finished fourth in the league, meaning the club had qualified for the 2022–23 UEFA Europa Conference League, the first time the club had ever qualified for European football. Aris Limassol - AEZ Zakakiou Follow the world of blockchain with our cryptocalendar. Here are all the main events related to crypto. Updates daily. All. The following season, Aris signed Oleh Blokhin, the 1975 European Footballer of the Year. At the end of the season, Blokhin ended his career playing for Aris Limassol. Following relegation in 1993, Aris won the Second Division for the third time in the club's history. From 1997 until 2006, the team would alternate between the First and Second Division. This situation ended in the 2006–07 season, when the team managed to remain in the First Division, placing 8th. AEZ Zakakiou vs AEL Limassol» Predictions, Odds, Live Score & StatsZAK Starting Lineups Confirmed LIM AEZ Zakakiou Nicolas Diguiny Midfielder Alex Opoku Sarfo Andreas Frangos Alastair David Reynolds Valentinos Pastellis Defender Martin Slogar Kyriakos Antoniou Ioannis Hadjivasilis AEL Limassol Slavoljub Srnic Christoforos Frantzis Andreas Makris x2 Forward Djalma Antonio da Silva Filho Sebastien Dewaest Miguel Oliveira Goalkeeper Ahmad Mendes Moreira Vasilios Papafotis Substitutes AEZ Zakakiou Bojan Milosavljevic Neofytos Stylianou Evagoras Antoniou 46' Out: Antonis Eleftheriou Fostave Mabani 72' Out: Kenny Rocha Santos 77' Out: Delmiro Konstantinos Michailidis Valdy Matongo Theodoros Iosifidis John Ruiz Michalis Kyriakou Ravy Tsouka 71' Out: Fabrice Kah Constantinos Sotiriou Giannis Gerolemou Evangelos Andreou 82' Out: Evdoras Sylvestros 86' Out: Vittorio Continella Javier Mendoza Slobodan Medojevic Referee Argyrou, Andreas M. Stadium Stelios Kyriakidis AEZ Zakakiou AEL Limassol Statistics 0 Wins 0 Draws 2 Wins 2 played First Division standings ZAK Cyprus Cup First Division Second Division Top Scorers First Division 23/24 Euro U19 Women Qualification Player Matches Assists Goals Yair Castro 0 0 5 Ioannis Hadjivasilis 0 0 4 Nicolas Diguiny 0 0 3 Mark Sifneos 0 0 2 Player Matches Assists Goals Andreas Makris 0 0 3 Vasilios Papafotis 0 0 2 Ezekiel Henty 0 0 2 Jonathan Morsay 0 0 2 AEZ Zakakiou AEL Limassol Odds Bookmakers Move Fezbet 3. The club also maintains teams in other sports including basketball, table tennis and chess. The Aris chess team dominated Cypriot chess in the 1980s. History[edit] One of the founder members of the Cyprus Football Association, Aris competed in the first five seasons of the Cypriot First Division, with their league placement ranging from 5th to 7th. The club ceased operation in 1939 due to financial difficulties, and returned in 1952, competing in the Second Division. Aris returned to the First Division in 1954, but finished last and was relegated. The following season they won the Second Division and returned to the top-tier league, only to be relegated again. Aris returned to the First Division once in 1958, placing 4th. Being one of the weaker teams in the First Division during the 1960s, they were finally relegated in the 1969–70 season, placing 12th, and spent two years in the Second Division. The situation improved for Aris, with the team finishing 4th in the First Division, in the 1976–77 and 1978–79 seasons. In 1981, they were relegated again after finishing last but returned as runner-ups the following season. In 1989, the team qualified to the final of the Cypriot Cup, where they lost to AEL Limassol. AEZ Zakakiou vs AEL Limassol H2H - Fscore AEZ Zakakiou x AEL Limassol H2H ᐉ 16.12.2023 ᐉ Football online, Soccer Online, Score live, Soccer results, Live football scores, Latest football scores.


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