Meet the new Apollon FC Board Member

The Apollon Football Public Ltd Board has a new member∙ since as of today, we welcome Mr. Moshe (Hiko) Rajczyk to our family.

Moshe (Hiko) Rajczyk was born 1984 in Israel and grew up in Germany Cologne. Studied Politics and Sociology at the University of Bonn. Since 2012 he is the founder and CEO of several companies with the main focus on digital marketing. 2018 he started investing in real estate, hospitality and tech startups.

He is actively involved in charity organisations both in Israel and Cyprus, contributing to hospital developments and foodbanks for people in need.

He is extremely passionate about football and enjoys life with his family in Limassol.

A few words by Mr. Moshe (Hiko) Rajczyk:

“Dear Apollon fans,

I am extremely proud to join the Apollon family and become a part of this historic club.

Even though I have only recently been involved with the club, I feel that I already understand the culture and the mentality of Apollon, through the great relationship I have with the club President, Mr. Nicos Kirzis. I fully support Mr. Kirzis’ vision for the club and I am excited to join the cause and help Apollon to achieve its goals.

Moreover, the prospect of the new Limassol stadium and the potential growth that can be achieved through proper utilization of the facilities, is a great challenge but also in extra motive for me.

Taking the above into account, my experience and expertise can be a great addition to the club in terms of commercial growth and development.

After my initial meeting with all the Apollon FC Board Members and staff, I immediately felt that together, we can achieve anything.

The modern state of the football industry requires constant development and strategic management, in order to be up to par with the growing commercial demands of the sport but also in terms of coordination with both partners and fans.

Together, we can expand our horizons and create a global brand by taking advantage of Limassol, which is currently one of Europe’s business hubs. We can do so, by keeping the club’s values and history intact but at the same time, promote and develop our brand in order to reach new markets.

Limassol it’s a city which is very important for me and my family.

My wish is to integrate the tens of thousands of Apollon fans in this project and ultimately see them happy and proud of their club.

I am positive that we can all combine our forces and win many trophies and honors together.”

We welcome Mr. Moshe (Hiko) Rajczyk, to the great Apollon family and wish him all the best.

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