Omonia Youth FC, a community football club sponsored by Diamond Corp. Ltd., enjoyed an extraordinary weekend on the field with several teams delivering outstanding performances. From thrilling victories in cup finals to commendable displays of teamwork and resilience, the young athletes of Omonia Youth FC demonstrated their skill and passion for the game. Let’s delve into the match reports and relive the excitement of this memorable weekend.

Omonia Youth FC U13 Green Team Triumphs in Challenge Cup Final: Jack Markou, Manos Hadjimanolis, and Andy Stavrou’s U13 Green team capped off an amazing season with a decisive 5-1 victory in the Challenge Cup final. An early goal settled the nerves, allowing the team to showcase their true potential. Every player displayed grit, determination, and composure, highlighting the growth and learning from the past week. The comfortable win at full time set off jubilant celebrations, marking a well-deserved end to their season.

Omonia Youth FC U13 White Team Secures Treble with Spring Plate Victory: Nick Paraskeva and George Agrotis’ U13 White team completed a historic treble by winning the WFL Spring Plate final 6-2. Despite an early setback, the team showed immense determination. Roman’s hat-trick, along with goals from Kernius, Chris, and Omer, sealed the victory. Adam, the player of the match, was a defensive powerhouse. This triumph added to their Green Division and Junior League Cup wins, capping off a remarkable season.

U8 Silver Team Impresses in Friendly Against U8 Green: Kyri Karaiskakis’ U8 Silver team faced off against Ben Devons and Kyp Panaretou’s U8 Green team in a friendly match. The game, played in great spirits, showcased the boys’ improved teamwork on a larger pitch. The back-and-forth action highlighted their understanding of working together, promising a bright future for the next season. Both teams exhibited a warrior spirit, making the friendly a valuable preparation for the coming year.

U18 Gold Team Ends Season as League Champions: David Poncia and Savva Zavros’ U18 Gold team played their final youth football league match in the WFL. The team finished the season as League Champions, having faced only two minor setbacks. Securing the title well before the season’s end, the team displayed dominance and consistency throughout. This final match marked a fitting end to their successful journey in youth football.


U16 Pan-Disability Team Shines in Season’s Last Tournament: Mary Tryphona’s U16 Pan-Disability team participated in their last tournament of the season under the bright sun. With only four players, they maintained a positive spirit, borrowing players from other teams. The team won two games and lost two, but the true victory was in the camaraderie and fun experienced by the players. Their great performance and team spirit exemplified the joy of pan-disability football.

Omonia Youth FC’s weekend of matches highlighted the club’s dedication to fostering talent, teamwork, and sportsmanship. From cup victories to inspiring displays of resilience, the players showcased their growth and potential. The achievements of these young athletes reflect the club’s vibrant community spirit and promise an exciting future. Omonia Youth FC continues to be a beacon of excellence in youth football.

Should you feel enthused and want to know more about Omonia Youth FC, you can contact the club via the form on our Contact Us page, email the club at [email protected], as well as following the club on X/Twitter OmoniaYouthFC, Facebook OmoniaYouthFC and Instagram @omoniayouthfc1994.

Leave a Reply