The Cyprus Spurs Supporters Club (CSSC) was formed in 2006 with the intention of bringing together and uniting all Spurs Supporters and is the first English Premier League Supporters Club in Cyprus.

The club lets all its members know which pubs are showing Spurs games either via email and also on the website. We do not have a ‘home’ location in Cyprus as it is only a small island but we do however have dedicated Tottenham Hotspur pubs in the districts of Larnaca, Nicosia, Limassol,  and Paphos. The club also organises various events during the season at the official pubs, with supporters travelling to attend these events. Most dedicated host pubs offer a discount on all non-discounted food and drink to all members upon production of a valid membership card.

If you’re a Tottenham Hotspur fan and live in Cyprus or visit the island frequently, join the Cyprus Spurs Supporters Club today!

You can also find us on the Official Tottenham Hotspur website in the Fanzone section.


Your Spurs Supporters Club Team in Cyprus:


With Steffen Iverson

CSSC Chairman – Terry Charalambous with Steffen Iverson

Mr. Terry Charalambous

Tel: 99594258


To know more about Terry, please read his 20 Questions & Answers on our blog.

Club Secretary

Mr. Peter Savvas - CSSC Paphos Representative



Mobile: (00357) 99 932095

I am 62 years old British London born Cypriot with dual nationality. . I am married to Maro, and between us we have 4 grown up children and 5 Grandchildren.

I am a retired London Metropolitan Police Officer. Having completing my 30 years of service in the Police Force I moved to Cyprus in 2010 and live in Paphos, soon after moving I became involved with the Spurs Supporters Club in Paphos and before becoming Club Secretary I enjoyed 4 happy years as the local Club Manager.

I have been a Spurs supporter since I was at primary school and that seems a very very long time ago. I went to my first Spurs game on 9th September 1967, we were playing Sheffield Wednesday and we won 2-1. I remember standing in the enclosure in the West Stand, right at the front holding the rails, the friend I went with told me that it was normal to run onto the pitch at the end of the game and touch as many players as possible, which I did, a great but naughty experience; just as well I wasn’t arrested !

Club Press Officer



Mobile: (00357) 99 022247

66 old, born in Hampton Middlesex U.K.; married to Susan, retired & living in Paphos. 2 Children and 4 grandchildren. A retired Managing Director and Sales & Marketing Consultant working in the Motor, Transport & Logistics industry for 44 years.

My first visit to WHL was with my Dad, I was 10 years old, it was Weds 29th August 1962 in the East Stand upper against Aston Villa, Spurs won 4-2 and with a crowd of 55,650. I was hooked & from the age of 14 became a regular at White Hart Lane making the trek from Hampton by bus, train & long walk up the Severn Sisters Rd.

In the late 70’s and I had a season ticket, then in the 80’s my then employer had a box at WHL which I managed for 10 years, I met many of the Spurs players, Management & backroom staff and enjoyed many corporate events. I was so lucky.

Many hundreds of home and away games later I settled in Cyprus with Susan and was delighted to be involved locally and nationally with the CSSC. I now watch from afar the development and growth of our wonderful club and new stadium, I hope for continued improvements on and off the field. A trophy or two would be nice…

Club Treasurer



Mobile: (00357) 99 347672

I am a 65 years old Accountant living in Geroskipou, Paphos and married to Cynthia.

I have now been supporting Spurs since 1962.  My first Spurs game was in the 1962-1963 season. My Dad took me and my 2 friends to White Hart Lane. We beat Ipswich Town 6-3 (half time was 4-1). Ipswich were the reigning First Division champions, so this was quite a victory. In fact, at one stage, Spurs were 6-1 up, but then we eased off a bit.

I will always recall the place where we sat, we had front row seats in the old wooden stand at the Park Lane end of the ground.






Mobile: (00357) 99 751019
I am British, 65 years old, married with three children living in Limassol.  I am a Forex Manager and Author and have been a Spurs supporter since 1961
My first Spurs game; I was nine and walked up from South Tottenham with my Uncle; approaching the ground was a total new experience, there was the wafting through the air of the cooked onions in hot dogs, or burgers; the programme sellers were almost incoherent, shouting one word “Program”; Then there were the rosette sellers; Spurs and Sheffield Wednesday side by side.
 Then the there was the movement to the main entrance to see if anyone famous would be there, maybe catch a glimpse of one of the players. Then onto the queues and through the turnstile at the Park Lane End, the rush was on to find something to lean on or get as near to the pitch as possible.  Wrapped up against the cold October winds with my Spurs scarf and bobble hat on just waiting until the teams emerged from the tunnel, rattle in hand making the most horrible clacking noise along with ten thousand others who had the same idea.  ‘Come on you Spurs’ followed by ‘Glory Glory Hallelujah’. The match began, we lost 2-1 but from thereon it was a place I would call home. 



Mr. Polys Polyviou

Tel: 99428864



Mobile: (00357) 97 822550

I am British, 56 years old, married to Louise and living in Tala, Paphos. I am a retired UK General Operations Manager for Fed-Ex and have been a Spurs supporter for 46 years.

Being born in Canning Town the east end of London there was only one team to support West Ham. All my family were fans and most of my friends, West Ham players used to go to my school and train senior boys.
 The first game my elder brother took me too was Spurs against West Ham at Upton Park. I was so excited and don’t remember much about the game but Spurs won with so many of their great players being household names.

The all standing crowds were massive and the noise was so very loud; I was standing on a box so I could see the great Bobby Moore, Geoff Hurst, Martin Peters, Jimmy Greaves, Alan Mullery, Dave Mackay, Pat Jennings and a young Trevor Brooking.  It was a night to remember; I came away a Spurs fan but it was a few years later before I told the family; they have never forgiven me. My brother now wishes he had taken me to see Leyton Orient instead !.