|Full name Angelis Charalambous|
Name Angelis Charalambous
Career start 2007
Weight 76 kg
Height 1.90 m
Place of birth Larnaca, Cyprus
|Date of birth (1989-05-31) 31 May 1989 (age 26)|
Current teams Apollon F.C. (#27 / Defender), Cyprus national football team (Defender)
Angelis Angeli (born 31 May 1989), also known as Angelis Charalambous, is a Cypriot professional footballer who plays as a centre back for Apollon Limassol and the Cyprus national team.
Angeli had played most of his early career as a youth for Anorthosis Famagusta before the move to Scotland. He was signed by Motherwell on June 2010 after impressing the youth coaches when Motherwell's reserve team played a succession of friendlies in Cyprus. Angeli signed a one-year contract with the option of a further year. He was on the bench for Motherwell's Europa League tie with Breiðablik, although he was an unused substitute in that match. He was released by Motherwell on 1 June 2011 having never played a first team match for the club.
Charalambous has earned four caps for the Cyprus U21 football team, the first of which came against Slovakia on September 2009. He has been a regular starter for the under-21 side ever since.
Charalambous was a tank commander in the army prior to his move to Scotland.