Full name Athletic Club Ischis Lysi
Founded 1932 (1932)
Ground Grigoris Afxentiou
Ground Capacity 2000
Chairman Cyprus Loukas Grigoras
Manager Cyprus Marios Apostolou
League Cypriot Second Division
2014–15 2nd (promoted)

ASIL Lysi (Greek: ΑΣΙΛ Λύσης) is a Cypriot football club which was established in the town of Lysi, Famagusta. After the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974, ASIL became a refugee team and is temporarily based in the Grigoris Afxentiou Stadium in Larnaca. The club plays in the Cypriot Third Division.


The club was founded in Lysi, Famagusta on June 26, 1932. Club founders were Ch. Fokaides, Ch. Panayides, K. Rousi and N. Petrou. The choice for the club's name is attributed to Demetris Lambrou.

The best season for the club was 1968–69 in which they finished 6th in the first division.

Colours and Badge

The club colours are yellow and black. The emblem of the club is the discus thrower to symbolise the club's commitment to the olympic ideals and true sportsmanship.

Current squad [1]

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

No. Position Player
2 Argentina DF Daniel Blanco
3 Cyprus DF Vasilis Papageorgiou
4 Cyprus DF Theodoros Theodorou
5 Cyprus DF Antonis Nicolaou
6 Cyprus DF Marios Georgiou
7 Ivory Coast FW Félicien Gbedinyessi
8 Cyprus MF Demetris Kyriakou
9 Cyprus FW Theodoros Panagi
10 Algeria FW Hicham Chirouf
11 Cyprus FW Kyriacos Christou
14 Cyprus MF Andreas Nicolaou
17 Cyprus GK Andreas Stylianou (Captain)
19 Cyprus MF Antonis Vassiliou
20 Cyprus MF Luka Mihajlović
No. Position Player
21 Cyprus MF Paraskevas Choutris (on loan from AEK Larnaca)
22 Cyprus MF Stavros Christoudias
23 Cyprus DF Vassilis Tofias
24 Cyprus DF Panayiotis Polykarpou
25 Cyprus MF Andreas Andreou
27 Cyprus DF Ioannis Poullis
31 Cyprus GK Andreas Kitsis
66 Cyprus MF Gavriil Papagavriil
77 Guinea-Bissau FW Adul Seidi
78 Cyprus DF Andreas Antoniou
82 Cyprus DF Constantinos Sofokleous
97 Cyprus GK Andreas Georgiou
Romania DF Gabriel Frîncu

For recent transfers, see List of Cypriot football transfers winter 2015–16.

League History

The following table shows the progress of the team in time (for those seasons found data).

Season Division Place
2008–09 B 10th[2]
2009–10 B 9th[3]
2010–11 B 12th[4]
2011–12 C 4th[5]
2012–13 C 4th[6]
2013–14 B2 6th[7]
2014–15 C 2nd[8]


1967, 1974


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