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Kostas Fortounis
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Personal information
Full name Konstantinos Fortounis
Date of birth (1992-10-16) October 16, 1992 (age 30)
Place of birth Trikala, Thessaly, Greece
Height 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)
Position(s) Attacking midfielder / Winger
Club information
Current team
Olympiacos
Number 7
Youth career
2003–2008 Trikala
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2008–2010 Trikala 13 (0)
2010–2011 Asteras Tripolis 24 (1)
2011–2014 1. FC Kaiserslautern 70 (2)
2014– Olympiacos 181 (65)
2022 Olympiacos B 2 (1)
National team
2010–2011 Greece U19 15 (1)
2011–2015 Greece U21 14 (4)
2012– Greece 54 (9)
*Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 13 November 2022
‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 19:41, 31 March 2021 (UTC).

Konstantinos 'Kostas' Fortounis (Greek: Κωνσταντίνος 'Κώστας' Φορτούνης, pronounced [ˈkostas forˈtunis]; born 16 October 1992) is a Greek professional footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder or a winger for Super League club Olympiacos and the Greece national team.[1] He was born in Trikala, Thessaly but comes from the nearby village of Sarakina, close to the town of Kalabaka.

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Greek language

Greek language

Greek is an independent branch of the Indo-European family of languages, native to Greece, Cyprus, southern Italy, southern Albania, and other regions of the Balkans, the Black Sea coast, Asia Minor, and the Eastern Mediterranean. It has the longest documented history of any Indo-European language, spanning at least 3,400 years of written records. Its writing system is the Greek alphabet, which has been used for approximately 2,800 years; previously, Greek was recorded in writing systems such as Linear B and the Cypriot syllabary. The alphabet arose from the Phoenician script and was in turn the basis of the Latin, Cyrillic, Armenian, Coptic, Gothic, and many other writing systems.

Association football

Association football

Association football, more commonly known as football or soccer, is a team sport played between two teams of 11 players who primarily use their feet to propel the ball around a rectangular field called a pitch. The objective of the game is to score more goals than the opposition by moving the ball beyond the goal line into a rectangular framed goal defended by the opposing side. Traditionally, the game has been played over two 45 minute halves, for a total match time of 90 minutes. With an estimated 250 million players active in over 200 countries, it is considered the world's most popular sport.

Super League Greece

Super League Greece

The Super League Greece 1, or Super League 1, is the highest professional association football league in Greece. The league was formed on 16 July 2006 and replaced Alpha Ethniki at the top of the Greek football league system. It consists of 14 teams and runs from August to May, with teams playing 26 games.

Olympiacos F.C.

Olympiacos F.C.

Olympiacos Club of Fans of Piraeus, known simply as Olympiacos or Olympiacos Piraeus, is a Greek professional football club based in Piraeus, Attica. Part of the major multi-sport club Olympiacos CFP, their name was inspired from the ancient Olympic Games and along with the club's emblem, the laurel-crowned Olympic athlete, symbolize the Olympic ideals of ancient Greece. Their home ground is the Karaiskakis Stadium, a 32,115-capacity stadium in Piraeus.

Greece national football team

Greece national football team

The Greece national football team represents Greece in men's international football matches and is controlled by the Hellenic Football Federation, the governing body for football in Greece. Greece play most of their home matches in Attica, either in Athens at the Olympic Stadium in the Marousi section of the city or in the port city of Piraeus at the Karaiskakis Stadium. Greece is one of only ten national teams to have been crowned UEFA European Champions.

Kalabaka

Kalabaka

Kalabaka is a town and seat of the municipality of Meteora in the Trikala regional unit, part of Thessaly in Greece. The population was 12,000 at the 2011 census, of which 8,330 in the town proper. The Meteora monasteries are located near the town. Kalabaka is the northwestern terminal of the old Thessaly Railways, now part of OSE.

Club career

Trikala

After leaving Olympiacos' youth team in 2008, Fortounis moved to Trikala to play for AO Trikala. After an impressive spell in the Under-21 side scoring four goals in 14 matches, he began his career with the first team in the fourth division, where from 2008–2010 he played in 13 matches and scored 1 goal.[2]

Asteras Tripolis

Because of his good appearances with the Greece under-17 national team, Vangelis Vlachos, Asteras Tripolis' manager convinced him to join the Peloponeesean team. He made his debut in a draw with PAOK in Tripolis. Used predominantly as a substitute, the teenager clocked up 24 league appearances, scoring his first Super League goal on 19 September 2010 in a 2–2 draw at AEK Athens, unable, however, to save the side from relegation.[3] Due to his good performances at Asteras, Juventus made an offer in the winter transfer window for a loan transfer until summer with an option to buy him.[4] Asteras finally declined Juventus's offer.

1. FC Kaiserslautern

In the 2011 summer transfer window, Fortounis moved to Kaiserslautern on a contract until June 2015 after being transferred for an undisclosed fee.[5] In his first season with the club, the midfielder made 28 league appearances[6] but endured a second successive relegation. He reportedly attracted interest from Dutch champions Ajax and Italian champions Juventus midway through the season.[7]

In the 2012–13 season he scored twice in 24 appearances as he helped Kaiserslautern to a third-place finish in the German second tier only to miss out on promotion due to defeat in the promotion/relegation play-off with Hoffenheim.[3] On 16 April 2014, he missed his first final of his career in the semifinal of DFB-Pokal by facing as a substitute a 5–1 loss from the German champions Bayern Munich.[8]

Olympiacos

On 21 July 2014, Fortounis signed a five-year contract with Olympiacos, returning after six years.[9] He said he chose the club ahead of PAOK and Panathinaikos because they could offer him Champions League football,[10] but was left out of the squad for that competition.[11] He scored his first goal for Olympiacos in the Superleague match against PAS Giannina on 6 December, a penalty kick in a 2–2 draw,[12] and went on to score 7 goals from 25 appearances in the 2014–15 Superleague.[13] Fortounis helped Olympiacos reach the 2015 Cup Final, in which he scored the third goal with a 25-yard (23 m) free kick as they beat Skoda Xanthi 3–1 to complete the double with a record 27th cup win.[14]

Fortounis scored Olympiacos' first goal of the 2015–16 Superleague season in a 3–0 win over Panionios.[15] In the second match of the season, against Levadiakos, he secured the victory by scoring the second goal in stoppage time and was named "Man of the Match".[16] On 22 September 2015, he scored twice in Olympiacos's 3–1 defeat of Skoda Xanthi and assisted Jimmy Durmaz for the opening goal. He was again named "Man of the Match".[17] He scored for the second league match running against PAS Giannina in a 5–1 home win.[18] On 29 September, away to Arsenal in the Champions League group stage, he was involved in Felipe Pardo's opening goal and his corner led to goalkeeper David Ospina fumbling the ball over the goalline to give Olympiacos a 2–1 lead, a performance that earned him a spot in the Champions League Team of the Week.[19] On the seventh matchday of the Superleague he scored two goals in a 4–0 home win against AEK after being brought onto the pitch in the second half.[20]

Fortounis missed a penalty before making an assist in the 90th minute to secure a 2–1 victory over 10-man Dinamo Zagreb in the Champions League in November.[21] He netted twice (one penalty) helping his club to reach a 3–1 home win against his former club Asteras Tripoli on 29 November; it was the 11th win in a row for the club equalling the club record from the 1966–67 season.[22] On 5 December, he scored a penalty in a 4–3 away win against Panthrakikos.[23] Two weeks later Fortounis converted two penalties in a 2–0 victory against Kalloni, their 15th win of the first half of the season during which they remained unbeaten.[24] On 31 January 2016, he scored a brace and assisted once in his club's 3–0 win over PAS Giannina at Zosimades Stadium.[25] He scored his first goal in European competition on 25 February with a penalty kick in a 2–1 home defeat to Anderlecht that eliminated Olympiacos from the 2015–16 Europa League at the round of 32 stage.[12][26] On 20 March, Fortounis became the third player in Olympiacos' history to score 10 goals and make 10 assists in a season (after Predrag Đorđević in 2001–02, 2002–03 and 2003–04, and Chori Dominguez in 2014–15).[27] In the final match of the Superleague season, Fortounis scored his 18th goal,[12] which made him the league's top scorer by a three-goal margin; he was also the top assister with 12,[28] as his team won their sixth consecutive title.[29]

Despite interest from clubs including Bayer Leverkusen and Tottenham Hotspur,[30] Fortounis' contract with Olympiacos was extended to 2020.[31] He scored his first goal of the 2016–17 season on 2 October 2016 in the 3–0 home derby win against AEK.[12] On 24 November 2016, in a UEFA Europa League group stage he scored from a free-kick to open scoring in a final 1–1 home draw against BSC Young Boys and was chosen MVP of the match.[32] On 28 February 2017, he helped his club, as a substitute, to escape with a vital 2–1 away win for the quarter-finals of Greek Cup, against Atromitos by equalizing the score and giving the assist for the winning goal.[33] On 5 April 2017, he opened the score in a crucial 2–0 away win against Kerkyra, helping his club in their effort to win the 7th consecutive championship.[34] He finished the season with 40 appearances (8 goals, 8 assists) in all competitions.

Fortounis scored twice in a 4–1 home win against AEL on the opening day of the 2017–18 Superleague season, and the following week scored the only goal of the visit to Lamia from the penalty spot.[12] On 14 October, he was the man of the match away to Panionios; after providing the assist for Pape Abou Cissé's early equaliser, he won and then converted the late penalty that gave his side a 4–3 win.[35] In March 2018, Fortounis opened the scoring with a penalty in the home derby with Panathinaikos, played behind closed doors as punishment for misbehaviour by supporters; the match ended 1–1.[36] He finished the season with 37 appearances (11 goals, 14 assists) in all competitions.

He was named Olympiacos captain in August 2018.[37] He contributed two goals and an assist to his team beating 10-man Burnley in the Europa League play-off round.[38] After two goals and an assist in a 5–1 defeat of F91 Dudelange in the Europa League group stage in November 2018, Fortounis was named in the tournament's Team of the Week.[39] On 13 December against AC Milan, he converted an 81st-minute penalty that gave Olympiacos the two-goal winning margin needed to qualify for the knockout rounds.[40] On 30 January 2019, Fortounis scored a hat-trick at home to Larissa, and three weeks later scored twice in a 4–1 win at home to champions AEK Athens.[12] His free kick on 21 April 2019 in a 3–1 away win against Lamia was in vain as PAOK beat Levadiakos to secure the Superleague title.[41] Fortounis finished the season with 43 appearances (17 goals, 16 assists) in all competitions.

Fortounis agreed a new four-year contract in June 2019.[42] In July, he suffered a ruptured cruciate ligament and was expected to be out for six months.[43]

On 15 January 2020, after a very difficult year for the Greek international marred by injury (184 days to be exact), Fortounis made his return as a substitute in a 4–1 home Greek Cup last 16 game against Kalamata.[44] On 15 February 2020, he scored his first goal after his serious injury for the 2019–20 season, in stylish fashion as the Greek international skipped passed them with a minimum of fuss before scoring with an emphatic shot in a hammering 4–0 home win against Panionios.[45] Fortounis finished the season with 21 appearances (3 goals, 3 assists) in all competitions.

On 18 September 2020, in the 2020-21 Super League Greece opener game, the entry of Fortounis in the beginning of the second half, along with his first goal in the season, changed the image of the match and Olympiakos started the championship with a 3-0 home win against Asteras Tripoli.[46] On 24 October 2020, according to club's reports, Fortounis rejected a €3 million per year offer for a three-year contract from Saudi Arabia club Al Nassr FC.[47] Fortounis finished the season with 46 appearances (9 goals, 11 assists) in all competitions.

On 27 June 2021, he twisted into an unsuspecting phase during the first test match against Wolfsberger AC, resulting in a cruciate ligament rupture in his left knee. Two years ago he suffered the same injury to his right knee in another test match against Hamburger SV (early July) and was out of action for six months.[48]

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Olympiacos F.C.

Olympiacos Club of Fans of Piraeus, known simply as Olympiacos or Olympiacos Piraeus, is a Greek professional football club based in Piraeus, Attica. Part of the major multi-sport club Olympiacos CFP, their name was inspired from the ancient Olympic Games and along with the club's emblem, the laurel-crowned Olympic athlete, symbolize the Olympic ideals of ancient Greece. Their home ground is the Karaiskakis Stadium, a 32,115-capacity stadium in Piraeus.

Greece national under-17 football team

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Asteras Tripolis F.C.

Asteras Tripolis F.C.

Asteras Tripolis Football Club, commonly referred to as Asteras Tripolis, is a Greek professional football club based in the city of Tripoli in Arcadia, Peloponnese, Greece. Founded on 26 March 1931, the club has traditionally the star symbol as emblem and a yellow and blue worn as home kit. Its home ground is the Theodoros Kolokotronis Stadium, a 7,442-capacity stadium in Tripoli.

PAOK FC

PAOK FC

PAOK FC, commonly known as PAOK Thessaloniki or simply PAOK, is a Greek professional football club based in Thessaloniki, Macedonia. PAOK are one of the top domestic clubs, the most widely supported in Northern Greece and with the 3rd largest fanbase in the country, according to the latest polls and researches. A research by Marca in August 2018, reported that PAOK are the most popular Greek football team on social media.

AEK Athens F.C.

AEK Athens F.C.

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Juventus F.C.

Juventus F.C.

Juventus Football Club, colloquially known as Juve, is a professional football club based in Turin, Piedmont, Italy, that competes in the Serie A, the top tier of the Italian football league system. Founded in 1897 by a group of Torinese students, the club has worn a black and white striped home kit since 1903 and has played home matches in different grounds around its city, the latest being the 41,507-capacity Juventus Stadium. Nicknamed Vecchia Signora, the club has won 36 official league titles, 14 Coppa Italia titles and nine Supercoppa Italiana titles, being the record holder for all these competitions; two Intercontinental Cups, two European Cups / UEFA Champions Leagues, one European Cup Winners' Cup, a joint national record of three UEFA Cups, two UEFA Super Cups and a joint national record of one UEFA Intertoto Cup. Consequently, the side leads the historical Federazione Italiana Giuoco Calcio (FIGC) classification whilst on the international stage occupies the sixth position in Europe and the twelfth in the world for most confederation titles won with eleven trophies, as well as the fourth in the all-time Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) competitions ranking, having obtained the highest coefficient score during seven seasons since its introduction in 1979, the most for an Italian team in both cases and joint second overall in the last cited.

1. FC Kaiserslautern

1. FC Kaiserslautern

1. Fußball-Club Kaiserslautern e. V., also known as 1. FCK, FCK, FC Kaiserslautern or colloquially Lautern, is a German sports club based in Kaiserslautern, Rhineland-Palatinate. In addition to football, the club also operates in several other sports.

AFC Ajax

AFC Ajax

Amsterdamsche Football Club Ajax, also known as AFC Ajax, Ajax Amsterdam, or simply Ajax, is a Dutch professional football club based in Amsterdam, that plays in the Eredivisiecode: nld promoted to code: nl , the top tier in Dutch football. Historically, Ajax is the most successful club in the Netherlands, with 36 Eredivisie titlescode: nld promoted to code: nl and 20 KNVB Cups. It has continuously played in the Eredivisiecode: nld promoted to code: nl , since the league's inception in 1956 and, along with Feyenoordcode: nld promoted to code: nl and PSV Eindhovencode: nld promoted to code: nl , it is one of the country's "big three" clubs that have dominated that competition.

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2012–13 1. FC Kaiserslautern season

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DFB-Pokal

DFB-Pokal

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FC Bayern Munich

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PAS Giannina F.C.

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International career

He has represented Greece at U-21, U-19 and U-17 level.

Fortounis' debut with the Greece came against Belgium in February 2012 as a suspension with the U-21 side allowed Fernando Santos to call-up the Kaiserslautern's prospect to the senior squad. Showing plenty of maturity against the Belgians, Fortounis was also given test runs against Slovenia and Armenia in the final two Greece friendlies ahead of UEFA Euro 2012. Strong runs down the left flank in Greece's friendlies allowed Fortounis to form a strong bond with the likes of Giorgos Karagounis and José Holebas down the left side; thus forming a strong chemistry between the trio all the while improving Greece's transition game and attack.[49] Eventually was picked in the Greece squad for Euro 2012.

Fortounis was not a part of the Greece national team squad for 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.[50] Eventually his transfer to Olympiacos was beneficial for his career. He started playing again for the national team, being a key player for the squad.[51] On 29 March 2016, on the 19th minute he converts the penalty with a right footed shot to the bottom right corner and 12 minutes later, with a right footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom left corner, gave a 2–0 lead in a lost 2–3 friendly international game against Iceland.[52] On 8 October 2016, after a solid performance against Cyprus that sealed with a 2–0 victory, the international attacking midfielder has suffered an injury and will miss away match of Greece National Team against Estonia on 10 October.[53]

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Greece national under-19 football team

Greece national under-19 football team

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Greece national football team

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Giorgos Karagounis

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Style of play

Fortounis’ ability to combine well with his colleagues down the flank, while also being able to drive the net in order to create a goal-scoring opportunity. Fortounis’ speed on and off the ball make him an efficient player to have in the line-up as his time with the ball usually creates an attack for his team. His speed is another factor that is to his benefit, as he is able to burst past markers with flair and trickery. He describes himself as a player who can find gaps in the opposition defence but not particularly good at dribbling or one-on-ones.[49]

Career statistics

Club

As of 24 August 2022[54][55]

Club Season League National Cup Continental Total
Division Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Trikala 2008–09 Delta Ethniki
2009–10 Delta Ethniki 13 0 13 0
Total 13 0 0 0 0 0 13 0
Asteras Tripolis 2010–11 Super League Greece 24 1 2 0 26 1
1. FC Kaiserslautern 2011–12 Bundesliga 28 0 2 0 30 0
2012–13 2. Bundesliga 24 2 2 1 26 3
2013–14 2. Bundesliga 18 0 3 0 21 0
Total 70 2 7 1 0 0 77 3
Olympiacos 2014–15 Super League Greece 25 7 10 3 2 0 37 10
2015–16 Super League Greece 27 18 4 2 8 1 39 21
2016–17 Super League Greece 25 6 4 1 11 1 40 8
2017–18 Super League Greece 25 10 3 0 9 1 37 11
2018–19 Super League Greece 28 12 3 0 12 5 43 17
2019–20 Super League Greece 13 3 5 0 3 0 21 3
2020–21 Super League Greece 31 9 4 0 11 0 46 9
2021–22 Super League Greece 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 0
Total 177 65 33 6 56 8 266 79
Olympiacos B 2021–22 Super League Greece 2 2 1 2 1
Career total 286 69 42 7 56 8 384 84

International

As of match played 31 March 2021[56][57]
Appearances and goals by national team and year
National team Year Apps Goals
Greece 2012 10 0
2013 2 0
2014 0 0
2015 5 0
2016 7 3
2017 8 0
2018 7 1
2019 5 3
2020 7 2
2021 3 0
Total 54 9
As of match played 15 November 2020. Greece score listed first, score column indicates score after each Fortounis goal.[56][57]
International goals by date, venue, cap, opponent, score, result and competition
No. Date Venue Cap Opponent Score Result Competition Ref.
1 29 March 2016 Karaiskakis Stadium, Piraeus, Greece 19  Iceland 1–0 2–3 Friendly [58]
2 2–0
3 6 September 2016 Estádio Algarve, Faro/Loulé, Portugal 21  Gibraltar 3–1 4–1 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification [59]
4 8 September 2018 A. Le Coq Arena, Tallinn, Estonia 34  Estonia 1–0 1–0 2018–19 UEFA Nations League C
5 23 March 2019 Rheinpark Stadion, Vaduz, Liechtenstein 40  Liechtenstein 2–0 UEFA Euro 2020 qualification
6 26 March 2019 Bilino Polje Stadium, Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina 41  Bosnia and Herzegovina 1–2 2–2 [60]
7 11 June 2019 Olympic Stadium, Athens, Greece 44  Armenia 2–3 2–3
8 7 October 2020 Wörthersee Stadion, Klagenfurt, Austria 46  Austria 1–0 1–2 Friendly
9 15 November 2020 Zimbru Stadium, Chișinău, Moldova 50  Moldova 1–0 2–0 2020–21 UEFA Nations League C

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1. FC Kaiserslautern

1. FC Kaiserslautern

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2011–12 1. FC Kaiserslautern season

2011–12 1. FC Kaiserslautern season

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2012–13 1. FC Kaiserslautern season

2012–13 1. FC Kaiserslautern season

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2. Bundesliga

2. Bundesliga

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2013–14 2. Bundesliga

2013–14 2. Bundesliga

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2014–15 Olympiacos F.C. season

2014–15 Olympiacos F.C. season

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2015–16 Olympiacos F.C. season

2015–16 Olympiacos F.C. season

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2016–17 Olympiacos F.C. season

2016–17 Olympiacos F.C. season

The 2016–17 season was Olympiacos's 58th consecutive season in the Super League Greece and their 91st year in existence. The club become the national champions for 7th consecutive year, equalizing the previous record Olympiacos also has for the period 1997–2003 – and for 19th time during the last 21 seasons. Olympiacos participated in the UEFA Europa League and in the Greek Football Cup.

2017–18 Olympiacos F.C. season

2017–18 Olympiacos F.C. season

The 2017–18 season was Olympiacos's 59th consecutive season in the Super League Greece and their 92nd year in existence. Olympiacos finished 3rd in the league, stopping their 7-year run as champions. They also participated in the Greek Football Cup, where they reached the quater-finals, and in the UEFA Champions League finishing 4th in the group stage, after managing to qualify during the summer qualification. There was also a record created for season tickets sold. For the first time since the 2009–10 season Olympiacos did not win any competition.

2018–19 Olympiacos F.C. season

2018–19 Olympiacos F.C. season

The 2018–19 season was Olympiacos's 60th consecutive season in the Super League Greece and their 93nd year in existence. They also participated in the Greek Football Cup, where they reached the quarter-finals, and in the UEFA Europa League, where they reached the round of 32. For the second consecutive season, Olympiacos did not win any competition. This was their first consecutive trophyless seasons since 1994–95 to 1995–96.

2019–20 Olympiacos F.C. season

2019–20 Olympiacos F.C. season

The 2019–20 season was Olympiacos's 61st consecutive season in the Super League 1 and their 95th year in existence.

Honours

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Super League Greece

Super League Greece

The Super League Greece 1, or Super League 1, is the highest professional association football league in Greece. The league was formed on 16 July 2006 and replaced Alpha Ethniki at the top of the Greek football league system. It consists of 14 teams and runs from August to May, with teams playing 26 games.

2014–15 Super League Greece

2014–15 Super League Greece

The 2014–15 Super League Greece was the 79th season of the highest tier in league of Greek football and the ninth under its current title. The season began on 23 August and ended on 11 May 2015. Olympiacos won their 42nd Greek title. The league comprises sixteen teams from the 2013–14 season and two promoted from the 2013–14 Football League.

2015–16 Super League Greece

2015–16 Super League Greece

The 2015–16 Super League Greece was the 80th season of the highest tier in league of Greek football and the tenth under its current title. The season started on 22 August 2015 and ended in May 2016. The league comprised fourteen teams from the 2014–15 season and two promoted from the 2014–15 Football League. Olympiacos won their sixth consecutive title and 43rd overall, making a record collection of points in a championship of 30 games.

2016–17 Super League Greece

2016–17 Super League Greece

The 2016–17 Super League Greece was the 81st season of the highest tier in league of Greek football and the eleventh under its current title. The season started on 10 September 2016 and ended in June 2017. The league comprised fourteen teams from the 2015–16 season and two promoted from the 2015–16 Football League.

2019–20 Super League Greece

2019–20 Super League Greece

The 2019–20 Super League Greece was the 84th season of the Super League, the top Greek professional league for association football clubs, since its establishment in 1959.

2020–21 Super League Greece

2020–21 Super League Greece

The 2020–21 Super League Greece was the 85th season of the Super League Greece, the top Greek professional league for association football clubs, since its establishment in 1959. Olympiacos were the defending champions.

2021–22 Super League Greece

2021–22 Super League Greece

The 2021–22 Super League Greece, known as Super League 1 Interwetten for sponsorship reasons, was the 86th season of the Super League Greece, the top Greek professional league for association football clubs, since its establishment in 1959. Olympiacos were the defending champions.

Greek Football Cup

Greek Football Cup

The Greek Football Cup, commonly known as the Greek Cup or Kypello Elladas is a Greek football competition, run by the Hellenic Football Federation.

2014–15 Greek Football Cup

2014–15 Greek Football Cup

The 2014–15 Greek Football Cup was the 73rd edition of the Greek Football Cup. A total of 46 clubs, just as the last edition, were accepted to enter. The competition commenced on 28 August 2014 with the Preliminary Round and concluded on 23 May 2015 with the Final, at the Olympic Stadium. The winner of the competition was Olympiacos for 27th time.

2019–20 Greek Football Cup

2019–20 Greek Football Cup

The 2019–20 Greek Football Cup is the 78th season of the Greek Football Cup. A total of 84 clubs are accepted to enter. 14 from the Super League 1, 12 from the Super League 2, 14 from the Football League and 44 previous season local Cup winners. The Second Leg Semi-Final matches and the Final were postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Greece until June.

2015–16 Greek Football Cup

2015–16 Greek Football Cup

The 2015–16 Greek Football Cup was the 74th edition of the Greek Football Cup. A total of 34 clubs were accepted to enter. The competition commenced on 9 September 2015 with the Preliminary Round and was planned to conclude on 23 April 2016 with the Final, at the Olympic Stadium.

2020–21 Greek Football Cup

2020–21 Greek Football Cup

The 2020–21 Greek Football Cup was the 79th edition of the Greek Football Cup. It took place with the participation of the 14 clubs from the Super League 1, as there was no competitive action in the lower divisions until early January due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The HFF decided that the Cup would be held with the participation of teams only from the top-flight Super League, which was normally in progress. The winner of the Cup qualified for the next season's Europa Conference League third qualifying round.

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