Cyprus 1st Division table 2022/2023 Results

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Cyprus 1st Division table 2022/2023 Results



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The Cypriot First Division is the top tier football league competition in Cyprus, run by the Cyprus Football Association. Since February 2016, it is sponsored by Cyta and is thus officially known as the Cyta Championship.

Cyprus 1st Division 2022/2023 Results

26/08/202217:00Karmiotissa PolemidionNea Salamina1:2 (0:1)
27/08/202217:00Olympiakos NikosiaAnorthosis Famagusta1:2 (1:0)
28/08/202217:00Aris Limassol FCAEL Limassol2:1 (0:1)
18:00APOEL NikosiaPaphos FC1:1 (0:1)
29/08/202217:00Akritas ChlorakasOmonia Nikosia-:-
18:00AEK LarnacaDoxa Katokopias-:-
30/08/202217:00Apollon LimassolEnosis Neon Paralimni-:-

Cyprus 1st Division table 2022/2023 Results The league is played between August and May and has 14 clubs. The bottom three teams in the standings are demoted to the Cypriot Second Level, where they are replaced by the top three teams in that division.

Cyprus 1st Division table 2022/2023 Results 14 clubs play in the league for the 2022–2023 season, and they are ranked according to the Point System, which is outlined below. A total of 26 games are played between each club’s home and away meetings with the opposing teams.

Cyprus 1st Division table 2022/2023 Results
Cyprus 1st Division table 2022/2023 Results

This is referred regarded as the league’s opening round. The teams are split into two groups for the second round: Group A, where the top six teams compete for the championship and a place in Europe, and Group B, where the worst eight teams fight to stay in the competition.

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