The Cypriot Fourth Division started in the 1985/86 season as the fourth level of the Cypriot football pyramid. In 2015 the league was dissolved and replaced by the STOK Elite Division. Winners (1985/86 - 2014/15) From 1985/86 until 1992/93, the championship was split into three or four geographical groups, depending from Districts of Cyprus each participated team came from. On some occasions, some teams participated in groups that did not correspond to their geographical origin due to the increased number of teams in the group of their geographical origin. In these cases, the teams which would participate in different geographical groups were determined by a draw. Initially, the championship was played in three regional groups: Nicosia-Keryneia group, Limassol-Paphos group, and Larnaca-Famagusta group. In the 1988/89 season, the championship was played in four regional groups. Nicosia-Keryneia Group Limassol-Paphos Group Larnaca-Famagusta Group 1985/86 OXEN Peristeronas APEI Ipsona Dynamo Pervolion 1986/87 Libanos Kormakiti AEZ Zakakiou Achyronas Liopetriou 1987/88 Iraklis Gerolakkou ATE PEK Parekklisias APEAN Ayia Napa Group A Group B Group C Group D 1988/89 AEK Kythreas APEP Pelendriou ENAN Ayia Napa Apollon Lympion Nicosia-Keryneia Group Limassol-Paphos Group Larnaca-Famagusta Group 1989/90 Olimpiada Neapolis Tsaggaris Peledriou APEAN Ayia Napa 1990/91 AEK Kakopetrias Kentro Neotitas Maroniton Achyronas Liopetriou 1991/92 OXEN Peristeronas AEZ Zakakiou Livadiakos Livadion 1992/93 Ethnikos Latsion APEI Ipsona Fotiakos Frenarou The championship was held for the first time as a single division in the 1993–94 season. 1993/94 Elia Lythrodonta 1994/95 AEK Kakopetrias 1995/96 Iraklis Gerolakkou 1996/97 Adonis Idaliou 1997/98 SEK Agiou Athanasiou 1998/99 THOI Lakatamia 1999/00 MEAP Nisou 2000/01 Sourouklis Troullon 2001/02 AEM Mesogis 2002/03 Orfeas Nicosia 2003/04 Othellos Athienou 2004/05 Frenaros FC 2000 2005/06 Anagennisi Germasogeias 2006/07 Spartakos Kitiou 2007/08 Digenis Oroklinis 2008/09 Achyronas Liopetriou 2009/10 Enosis Neon Parekklisia 2010/11 Ormideia FC 2011/12 Digenis Oroklinis 2012/13 MEAP Nisou 2013/14 Enosi Neon Ypsona 2014/15 Alki Oroklini Number of Titles: 3 Achyronas Liopetriou 2008/09, 1986/87*, 1990/91* 2 AEZ Zakakiou 1986/87*, 1991/92* AEK Kakopetrias 1990/91*, 1994/95 APEAN Ayia Napa 1987/88*, 1989/90* APEI Ipsona 1985/86*, 1992/93* Digenis Oroklinis 2007/08, 2011/12 Iraklis Gerolakkou 1987/88*, 1995/96 MEAP Nisou 1999/00, 2012/13 OXEN Peristeronas 1985/86*, 1991/92* 1 Adonis Idaliou 1996/97 AEK Kythreas 1988/89* AEM Mesogis 2001/02 Alki Oroklini 2014/15 Anagennisi Germasogeias 2005/06 APEP Pelendriou 1988/89* Apollon Lympion 1988/89* ATE PEK Parekklisias 1987/88* Dynamo Pervolion 1985/86* Ethnikos Latsion 1992/93* Elia Lythrodonta 1993/94 Enosis Neon Ayia Napa 1988/89* THOI Lakatamia 1998/99 Enosis Neon Parekklisia 2009/10 Enosi Neon Ypsona 2013/14 Kentro Neotitas Maroniton 1990/91* Livadiakos Livadion 1991/92* Libanos Kormakiti 1986/87* Othellos Athienou 2003/04 Olimpiada Neapolis 1989/90* Ormideia FC 2010/11 Orfeas Nicosia 2002/03 SEK Agiou Athanasiou 1997/98 Sourouklis Troullon 2000/01 Spartakos Kitiou 2006/07 Tsaggaris Peledriou 1989/90* Frenaros FC 2000 2004/05 Fotiakos Frenarou 1992/93* * Group Champions
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