Cypriots are used to not having a football club and not having much of a future in Europe, but this is going to change soon.
According to reports, Cyprus Football Federation has announced the signing of a three-year contract with an agreement to be in place for the 2018-2019 season.
Cyprus Football Federation (CFF) President Dermot O’Leary said that the signing is in line with the plan of the national football association to expand the number of clubs in the country.
He said that this was in line to the current number of 20,000 clubs in Cyprus.
The CFF will be based in the town of Akrotiri, which is located in the north of the island.
According the CFF, the aim is to attract up to 30,000 players and will provide a permanent home for them.
Accordingly, the club is expected to be based around the Akrotiris International Airport.
The agreement is a part of a deal between the Cff and the Cyprus Football Association.
The Cyprus Football Union has announced that it will be responsible for running the club and its training camps, including the upcoming national championships.
The federation hopes that the new CFF club will attract players from across the country, but only if the clubs owners and players can agree.
“I hope that all clubs, from all over Cyprus, will sign the contract and be part of the team.
I’m very happy to be part with a new club,” said Dermotte O’Learns, President of the Cyprus Federation of Football.”
Cyprus is a country with an immense amount of history and tradition and this club has the potential to become one of the best football clubs in Europe.”
As a result of the deal, the national federation will have more than 30,300 registered players on its books by the end of 2018.
The club will begin training in 2019 and will host the 2019 AFCON tournament in 2018.
“We are very excited to be a part with the Cyprus National Football Team and we hope that this new club will help bring more people to the game of football and inspire young Cypriotes,” Dermots father, Dermotes, said.