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The Famagusta municipal stadium was used by the team only for training until 1974. [21][23][25] That year, when Famagusta was occupied by the Turkish army, the club moved its headquarters in Larnaka. [26] Refugees and reactivation[edit] A tragic day in Nea Salamis' history was the 14 August 1974 occupation of Famagusta by Turkish troops as a result of the invasion of Cyprus, which made it a refugee club. [2] The city remains in Turkish hands, [2] and fans and players scattered to free areas of Cyprus or abroad. Although while Cypriots struggled to adjust to the occupation sports were a low priority, club members tried to maintain its presence. The first Nea Salamis track meet was the Famagusta races on 25 March 1948 at the GSE stadium, at which the club was victorious. Participants included Nikis Georgiou, Panayiotis Kalogirou, Antonis Totsis, Koumis Kkeses, Kostas Manoli, Nikos Kokkinos and Christofi Tsiakkiros. The track team was successful because GSE's top track athletes joined Nea Salamis, but the football team was not strong because few players from Anorthosis had joined Nea Salamis. [7] Expulsion from GSE Stadium and founding of CAFF[edit] Before the May 1948 Pancyprian Games, the Hellenic Amateur Athletic Association (SEGAS) asked all sports clubs in Cyprus to publicly support the rightists in the Greek Civil War, espousing "nationalist beliefs" and condemning the leftists. [2][4] The rightist athletic clubs and athletes signed the statement; the only club which refused was the "Kinyras" Paphos Gymnastic Association, which was excluded from the games. The volleyball team (created in 1976) is one of 20 charter members of the Cyprus Volleyball Federation, which was founded in 1978. In Nea Salamis' first Cyprus Volleyball Division 1 season the team finished second, also finishing second in 1981 and 1982. In 1981, they lost the championship on a points difference. [1] The team's home is the indoor Spyros Kyprianou Athletic Center in Limassol. [53] Nea Salamis, 2010–11 Division 1 champions, at Apollon Stadium From its early days Nea Salamis Famagusta has supported a volleyball program, [54] and since 1954 the club has organized popular amateur summer leagues and championships. Participants have included Anorthosis Famagusta FC, the Anagennisi Dherynia, Marathon Kato Varosha and ENAD Agios Memnon. [30] In 1975 Nikis Georgiou proposed creating a volleyball team in Limassol to preserve the club since many Nea Salamis fans moved there after the occupation the year before. Nea Salamis v Anorthosis Famagusta Betting Odds 5 hours ago — Nea Salamis v Anorthosis Famagusta Betting Odds ; Full Time Result. Nea Salamis. 12/5. Draw. 9/4. Anorthosis Famagusta. 11/10 ; Total Goals Over/ ... During the first five years after Nea Salamis was founded (1948–1953) the team played in the Cyprus Amateur Football Federation, joining the Cyprus Football Association (CFA) in 1953. It has played for more than 50 years in the Cypriot First Division, the seventh-highest tenure in the league. Nea Salamis has finished third four times, and has played in three cup finals. Nea Salamis Famagusta played Aberdeen in the 1990–91 European Cup Winners' Cup at Tsirion Stadium. As a cup winner Nea Salamis played its first European Cup match in 1990, but was eliminated in the first round by Aberdeen F. At an ad hoc meeting, CAFF members agreed that Omonia would join the First Division and Nea Salamis and Antaeus the Second Division. [17] After this, the federation disbanded. [16] The first game between teams from the rival leagues was a friendly between Nea Salamis and Anorthosis at GSE Stadium on 27 September 1953 before a crowd of 5, 200. Anorthosis won, 3–1, and Athlitiki praised the fans' sportsmanship and brotherhood. [20][21] Famagusta municipal stadium[edit] Famagusta municipal stadium, used by Nea Salamis for training until 1974 and its home ground for the 1952–53 season When Nea Salamis was barred from GSE Stadium, the club had nowhere to play. " The stadium would be available to Nea Salamis and any other sports club. [23] In early 1949, construction began with volunteer labor[15][22] on a municipal stadium in Saint John's parish in Famagusta. The stadium, the first in Cyprus with a roofed grandstand, was completed in 1952[24] and was Nea Salamis' home ground in 1952 and 1953. [2][15] In 1953, after unification of Cyprus' football, Nea Salamina started using GSE Stadium. Nea Salamina – Anorthosis: Live score, updates and head- Match Nea Salamina vs Anorthosis in the Cypriot First Division (12/23/2023): Live score, stream, statistics match & H2H results on Nea Salamis vs Anorthosis Live Score and Live Stream ScoreBat is covering Nea Salamis vs Anorthosis in real time, providing the live stream and live score of the match, team line-ups, full match stats, live match ...

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