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Egaleo
Egaleo
Football Club (Greek: Αθλητικός Όμιλος Αιγάλεω) is a Greek football club based in Egaleo, a suburb of Athens. Founded in 1946, it uses all documents of previous club (Ierapolis F.C., founded in 1931), it holds home matches at Stavros Mavrothalassitis Stadium, with a 14,000-seat capacity. Club colours are blue and white.

Contents

1 History 2 Honours

2.1 National 2.2 Local

3 Fans 4 Players

4.1 Current squad

5 Notable former players 6 Notable former managers 7 Notable Chairmen 8 Technical staff 9 European matches 10 Sources 11 External links

History[edit] Egaleo
Egaleo
was founded in 1931 by Demetrios Haniotis and Georgios Aronis, as Athletic Union of Ierapolis (Αθλητική Ένωση Ιεραπόλεως – Athlitiki Enosis Ieropoleos). In 1946, four clubs in the district merged with Ierapoleos to form Athletic Club Egaleo
Egaleo
(Αθλητικός Όμιλος Αιγάλεω – Athlitikos Omilos Egaleo), which managed to reach for the first time the first division in 1961. In the 2003–04 season, Egaleo
Egaleo
managed its best ever classification, fourth, playing UEFA Cup
UEFA Cup
for the first time in 2004–05, appearing in the group stages (after defeating Gençlerbirliği
Gençlerbirliği
of Turkey
Turkey
2–1 score on aggregate) with FK Partizan, S.S. Lazio, Middlesbrough and Villarreal CF, which ended with the conquest of just one point. In the league, the club finished sixth, trailing PAOK F.C.
PAOK F.C.
by just one point. After a disappointing 2006–07, Egaleo
Egaleo
was relegated back to the second level. Another relegation followed in the next year, and a third in 2008–09. In August 2009, a merger between Egaleo
Egaleo
and Ilisiakos F.C.
Ilisiakos F.C.
took place, as the other club participated in the second division, with the purchase being made effective by Egaleo's owner Thomas Mitropoulos; the new club, which took Ilisiakos' place, was renamed Egaleo
Egaleo
A.O. At the end of the 2009–2010 season, due to the merger being declared illegal by the Greek Council of State, Egaleo
Egaleo
F.C. was relegated to the Delta Ethniki. Honours[edit] National[edit]

Second Division: 1960–61, 1964–65, 1976–77, 1982–83, 2000–01 Third Division: 1998–99 Fourth Division: 1995–96, 2012–13

Local[edit]

Third Division: 1947–48 Second Division: 1949–50 A2 Division: 1953–54 Athens
Athens
Football Clubs Association: 1959–60, 1960–61, 2014–15, 2015–16, 2016–17 Local Cup: 2014–15

Fans[edit] The ultras group Gate 12 have friendly relation with fans of CD Leganés, the towns of Egaleo
Egaleo
and Leganés
Leganés
happen to be twinned too. Players[edit] Current squad[edit]

As of 27 March 2018

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No.

Position Player

GK Athanasios Katsoulis

GK Ilias Diamantis

DF Vasilios Patsatzoglou

DF Alexandros Zarras

DF Alexandros Biris

DF Vasilios Ioannidis

DF Kostas Papoutsis

DF Dimitrios Kontizas

DF Konstantinos Kardaris

DF Mattheos Nafpliotis

MF Giannis Skopelitis

MF Antonis Papasavvas

No.

Position Player

MF Georgios Goulas

MF Petros Kaminiotis

MF Ilias Mihalopoulos

MF Ilias Stavrou

MF Rogério Martins

MF Georgios Gemistos

FW Angelos-Nilos Psychogios

FW Stratos Doukakis

FW Vangelis Mantzios

FW Angelos-Lampros Spanos

FW Dimitrios Verbis

FW Stamatis Sapalidis

Notable former players[edit] Internationally capped players or players who have over 50 appearances for the club

Anestis Agritis Giorgos Barkoglou Eleftherios Poupakis Giannis Skopelitis Kostas Papoutsis Antonis Petropoulos Sotiris Leontiou Victor Mitropoulos Dimitrios Konstantopoulos Dimitrios Kalogerakos Agustin Kola Marko Marić Danijel Cesarec Daniel Edusei Bennard Yao Kumordzi Faraz Fatemi Olivier Makor Mahamadou Sidibè Srđan Kljajević Paweł Kieszek Aleksandar Stojanović Aleko Yordan

Notable former managers[edit]

Les Shannon Ilie Dumitrescu Lefter Küçükandonyadis

Notable Chairmen[edit]

Yiorghos Martinis (first chairman) Nikolaos Michos Dimitris Chaniotis Yannis Tresos Yiorghos Karabateas Yannis Panteliadis Dimitri Tusmanov Yiorghos Dalakouras Alexandros Stavropoulos Christos Kanellopoulos Victor Mitropoulos Dimitris Kalogeropoulos Alexis Kougias Ioannis Paltoglou

Technical staff[edit]

Name Role

Manager

Assistant Manager

Trainer

European matches[edit]

Season Competition Round Club Home Away

2002–03 UEFA Intertoto Cup 3rd Round Fulham 1–1 0–1

2003–04 UEFA Intertoto Cup 3rd Round Koper 2–3 2–2

2004–05 UEFA Cup 1st Round Gençlerbirliği 1–0 1–1

Group Stage (Group E) Middlesbrough 0–1

Partizan Belgrade

0–4

Lazio 2–2

Villarreal

0–4

2005–06 UEFA Intertoto Cup 3rd Round Žalgiris Vilnius 1–3 3–2

Sources[edit]

"Απ' τις λαμαρίνες στα σαλόνια της Ευρώπης" (Nikos D. Nikolaidis, "Embryo" Publications)

External links[edit]

2003–04 EUFO team profile GOAL4Replay team profile Egaleo
Egaleo
Ultras
Ultras
Group

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Egaleo
Egaleo
F.C.

Players Managers Seasons

History

History of Egaleo
Egaleo
F.C.

Stadium

Stavros Mavrothalassitis Stadium

Website aoaigaleo.gr

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Superleague Greece
Greece
teams

Current (2017–18)

AEK AEL Apollon Smyrni Asteras Tripoli Atromitos Kerkyra Lamia Levadiakos Olympiacos Panathinaikos Panetolikos Panionios PAOK PAS Giannina Platanias Xanthi

Former

AO Kavala AEL Kalloni Akratitos Apollon Kalamaria Aris Aspida Xanthi Athinaikos Atromitos Piraeus Chalkida Chalkidona Diagoras Doxa Drama Edessaikos Egaleo Ergotelis Ethnikos Asteras Ethnikos Athens* Ethnikos Piraeus Fostiras Filippoi Kavala Goudi Athens Ionikos Iraklis Iraklis Serron Kalamata Kallithea Kastoria Kavala Korinthos Makedonikos Megas Alexandros Megas Alexandros Katerini Naoussa Niki Volos OFI Olympiacos Chalkida Olympiacos Volos Panachaiki Panargiakos Panegialios Panelefsiniakos Paniliakos Panserraikos Panthrakikos Peiraikos Syndesmos* Pierikos Proodeftiki Rodos Thermaikos Thessaloniki Thrasyvoulos Trikala Veria Vyzas Megara

*only in pre-HFF championships

Former (from Cyprus)

AEL Limassol APOEL EPA Larnaca Olympiakos Nicosia Omonia Nicosia

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Football in Greece

Overview

Hellenic Football Federation List of Unions Awards By number of titles List of clubs List of venues

National teams

Greece
Greece
men U-23 U-21 U-20 U-19 U-17 U-16 Greece
Greece
women Greece
Greece
Beach Soccer men Military football team

League competitions

Superleague Football League Gamma Ethniki FCA Winners' Championship Local Championships Football League System Panhellenic Championship
Panhellenic Championship
(defunct) Champions Youth Leagues Top goalscorers

Superleague Football League

Women's top division

Cup competitions

Greek Cup Super Cup League Cup (defunct) Gamma Ethniki Cup Amateurs' Super Cup Amateurs Cup Women's Cup

Miscellaneous

P.O.K. Koriopolis scandal 2015 Greek football scandal Greek football clubs in European

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