A London-based Cypriot billionaire is set to take over Omonia Nicosia FC in a €28 mln deal, less than three years after New-York based investor Stavros Papastavrou stepped in to save the
Omonia Nicosia has clinched its 21st championship title after defeating AEK Larnaca 1-0 to go four points clear at the top with one game to play. The club’s first title since 2010
Omonia made history with their first-ever win in the group stage in Europe, as the Greens beat Greece’s PAOK Salonica 2-1 on Thursday night in Nicosia. It was a great night for
Omonia Nicosia is seeing its European dream turn green, after knocking out Red Star Belgrade in the Champions League advancing to the playoffs for the first time in its 72-year history. Qualification
Omonia Nicosia’s New York-based Cypriot investor Stavros Papastavrou is seeing his investment in the club starting to pay off, as it will yield a minimum €1.7 mln from its participation in Europe.
Omonia FC’s ten-year absence from the lucrative Champions League ended on Wednesday night after defeating Armenian side Ararat 1-0 in the capital Yerevan in the first qualifying round. The Nicosia Greens scraped