Cyprus Basketball Division A
| 05 Apr 23 ||ETHA Engomis || ||47 - 76 || ||AEK Larnaca|
| 01 Apr 23 ||AEK Larnaca || ||90 - 39 || ||ETHA Engomis|
| 18 Mar 23 ||ETHA Engomis || ||P - P || ||Omonia B.C.|
| 04 Mar 23 ||Anorthosis || ||77 - 37 || ||ETHA Engomis|
| 19 Feb 23 ||ETHA Engomis || ||82 - 81 || ||APOP Paphos|
ETHA Engomis (in Greek: Ε.Θ.Α. Έγκωμης ), is a Cypriot professional basketball club based in Engomi, Cyprus. The club competes in the Cypriot League.Team Members
= Player Contract years remaining
= Player Statistics available latest seasonShowing 0 to 0 (Total: 0)Stadium or Home
Eleftheria Athletic Center (Greek: Αθλητικό Κέντρο "Ελευθερία"), officially named Tassos Papadopoulos Eleftheria Indoor Hall (Greek: κλειστό στάδιο "Τάσσος Παπαδόπουλος - Ελευθερία") is an indoor arena that is located besides Makario Stadium and Lefkotheo Indoor Hall in Engomi, Nicosia, Cyprus.
The hall is mainly used for basketball events, although it can also be used for badminton, gymnastics, karate, taekwondo, handball, squash, volleyball, judo, futsal and table tennis. It is sometimes also used for national celebrations, for the declaration of the new President of Cyprus, and for musical concerts.
The arena is named after Tassos Papadopoulos, the fifth President of the Republic of Cyprus, who was in office from February 28, 2003, to February 28, 2008. Currently, the arena has a capacity of around 6,800 seats, and it is the biggest indoor sports hall on the island of Cyprus.Trophies Fanart