1988–89 Cypriot First Division

Cypriot First Division
Season 1988-89
Champions AC Omonia
16th championship
Relegated EPA Larnaca FC
Keravnos
Omonia Aradippou
European Cup AC Omonia (1st round)
UEFA Cup Apollon Limassol (1st round)
Cup Winners' Cup AEL Limassol (1st round; via Cypriot Cup)
1987-88
1989-90

The Cypriot First Division 1988-89 was performed by 15 teams, and AC Omonia won the championship. The defending champion was Pezoporikos Larnaca.

League standings

Pos Team Pld Won Drw Lst Pts GF GA GD Notes
1 AC Omonia 28 17 9 2 43 60 22 +38 European Cup 1st Round
2 Apollon Limassol 28 15 10 3 40 61 26 +35 UEFA Cup 1st Round
3 APOEL F.C. 28 15 4 9 34 48 38 +10
4 Nea Salamis FC 28 11 11 6 33 51 35 +16
5 AEL Limassol 28 10 10 8 30 50 40 +10 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1st Round
6 Anorthosis Famagusta FC 28 10 10 8 30 31 31 0
7 Pezoporikos Larnaca 28 7 14 7 28 35 34 +1
8 APOP Paphos 28 9 10 9 28 36 40 -4
9 Olympiakos Nicosia 28 7 13 8 27 43 42 +1
10 Ethnikos Achna FC 28 10 7 11 27 34 43 -9
11 EN Paralimni 28 7 13 8 27 35 47 -12
12 Aris Limassol F.C. 28 8 10 10 26 42 39 +3
13 EPA Larnaca FC 28 6 9 13 21 32 41 -9 Relegated to Second Division
14 Keravnos 28 6 9 13 21 27 39 -12
15 Omonia Aradippou 28 1 3 24 5 13 81 -68

References

  • Cyprus - List of final tables (RSSSF)

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