Next is 1999–2000 (58). The fewest goals (14) were scored in 1973–74. The fewest goals against (21) were scored in 1965–66 (when the team had the best defense in the league) and 1966–67 (second-best defense in the league), excluding the shortened 1963–64 season when Nea Salamina had 10 goals against. The team's most goals against (72) came in 2015–16.
Famagusta municipality. Archived from the original on 3 March 2016. Retrieved 2 August 2012. ^ a b c d e f g h Meletiou 2011, p. 97 ^ a b Stilianou & Georgiou 1988, p. 16 ^ Stilianou, Pampos (5 February 2017). Ιστορίες μιας άλλης εποχής… (PDF). Haravgi. p. 28. Archived from the original (PDF) on 17 February 2017. Retrieved 17 February 2017. ^ a b c d e f Gavreilides & Papamoiseos 2001, p. 157 ^ Stilianou & Georgiou 1988, p.
Ammochostos Stadium, owned by Nea Salamina in Larnaca, has a 5, 000-seat capacity and is primarily used for football. The club offices are in the same area. The stadium is named for the town of Famagusta (Greek: Αμμόχωστος; Ammochostos), the original home of Nea Salamina before the Turkish occupation, and was built in 1991 near the refugee camps. The decision to build the stadium was made in 1989; construction began in December of that year, and thanks to club supporters in Cyprus and abroad, the Cyprus Sports Organisation and volunteer labor, the stadium was completed on schedule.  The first Nea Salamina Famagusta game in the new stadium was played on Saturday, 12 October 1991, against Evagoras Paphos. Nea Salamina won, 4–1.
In 2008–09 (when it also finished second), it forfeited the championship game (at home, against Apollon Limassol) when the referee stopped the match due spectator overcrowding.  In 2008–09, Skevi Antoniou was leading scorer in the Cypriot First Division with 64 goals.  The women's team disbanded in 2010 for economic reasons. Honours Winners (1): 1989–90 Cypriot Super Cup Winners (1): 1990 Winners (4): 1954–55, 1979–80, 2001–02, 2003–04 Gallery References ^ a b c d e f g h i j k ΝΕΑ ΣΑΛΑΜΙΝΑ ΑΜΜΟΧΩΣΤΟΥ. Αθλητισμός (in Greek).
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 Additionally, Anorthosis was hosting at their clubhouse the right-wing Cypriot National Party.  In early 1947 a group from Famagusta (including leftists, members and non-members of GSE and Anorthosis) concluded there was room for another sports club in the city. Due to the existing restrictions, they envisioned a club which would appeal to everyone in Famagusta regardless of political affiliation.
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 By 1979, Nea Salamina was established in the first division. Despite a good start to the 1978–79 season, the team was demoted in the decisive last game to the second division after a quarter-century in the first division. The team's hopes rested both on defeating Enosis Neon Paralimni FC and Evagoras Paphos not to beat AC Omonia or Olympiakos Nicosia FC to lose by Alki Larnaca F. Nea Salamina won over Enosis Neon Paralimni FC (3–2), but none of the others happened as Evagoras won and Olympiakos tied with Alki.
With a victory over Olympiakos Nea Salamina would win the championship, since it had more goals than Omonia. On 31 May 1966 many buses and cars drove from Famagusta to Nicosia, where Nea Salamina was defeated 6–3.  The best defense in the league, which had allowed fifteen goals in nineteen games, allowed six in one game.  For a second time, Nea Salamina finished third. This defeat affected team morale in the cup final with rival Apollon Limassol; although it was favored, the team lost 4–2.  During this period Salamina had the best defense in the league, with 21 goals in 20 games (a team record).  Near the end of the 1966–67 season the board of Olympiakos reported rumors of future match-fixing between Nea Salamina and Anorthosis to the team, which its president denied.
Expenses were paid with contributions from members and friends of the club. Two youth academies were founded, in Larnaca and Limassol.  In late 1974, the CFA decided to schedule a special championship. Although board members were uncertain whether Nea Salamina should play (due to the refugee problem), they decided to participate so the team could remain in the Cypriot First Division and stay alive.  Since there was no permanent stadium, the team used GSZ Stadium in 1974–75,  the Deryneia municipal stadium in 1975–76,  the GSZ Stadium again in 1976–77,  Dasaki Stadium in Dasaki Achnas in 1977–78 and GSZ Stadium from 1978 to 1980.
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Until 1985, the team played at GSZ Stadium. In the 1985–86 season, they played seven games at Municipal Stadium in Deryneia and six in GSZ Stadium.  They used GSZ Stadium exclusively for the 1986–87 season.  From 1987 to 1988, the team used Antonis Papadopoulos Stadium in Larnaca for home games.  The team finished fourth in the 1988–89 season, denied participation in the final by the subsequent winners AEL Limassol. During this period, Nea Salamina's player Nigel Maknil was named the league's top scorer, with 19 goals.
17 ^ Stilianou & Georgiou 1988, p. 20 ^ a b c d e f g h Gavreilides & Papamoiseos 2001, p. 19 ^ a b c d e f Stilianou & Georgiou 1988, p. 21 ^ Stilianou & Georgiou 1988, p. 23 ^ Meletiou 2011, p. 98 ^ Gavreilides & Papamoiseos 2001, p. 51 ^ a b Meletiou 2011, p. 140 ^ Stilianou & Georgiou 1988, p. 24 ^ a b c d Meletiou 2011, p. 141 ^ a b Meletiou 2011, p.