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List of Olympiacos F.C. players

Olympiacos Football Club are a Greek professional association football club based in Piraeus, Attica, who currently play in the Super League Greece. They have played at their current home ground, Karaiskaki, since their foundation in 1925. Olympiacos entered the E.P.S. Piraeus in their first season, winning the league 3 times in a row 1925-1928.

Olympiacos was founded on March 10, 1925, in the port of Olympiacos immediately caught the attention of locals, back then their fanbase consisted mainly of the working class,with the team filling the Piraeus Velodrome, present day Karaiskakis Stadium and becoming EPSP Champions (Enosi Podosferikon Somation Pireos - Regional Championship in Peiraias) the seasons 1925,1926,1927[1]

In 1926, the Panathinaikos and AEK Athens decided to follow Olympiacos and did the same. During that season they played friendly games with each other and together formed a group called P.O.K..The second Panhellenic Championship took place in 1929-30 and the 3rd found Olympiacos winning the Greek national league title, the 1930-31 season, for the first time in his history. It was going to be a very successful era.Since that time the club's first team has competed in numerous nationally and internationally organised competitions.

All players who have played in 50 or more such matches are listed below. Some players who have played fewer matches are also listed; these are players from the club's early days, when fewer matches were played in a season, and players who fell short of the 50 total but made a significant contribution to the club's history, for instance by setting a club record.

Contents

  • Key 1
    • Greece 1.1
    • South & North America 1.2
    • Europe 1.3
    • Africa 1.4
    • Asia 1.5
    • Oceania 1.6
  • Notable players 2
  • Notes 3
  • External links 4
  • References 5

Key

Club captains who have won a major Senior competition (competitions noted in notes section)
* Club record holder
¤ Played their full career at Olympiacos

Greece

South & North America

Europe

Africa

Asia

Oceania

Notable players

(Panhellenic Championship:period 1925-59)
(Alpha Ethniki:period 1959-79)
(Professional Championship:period 1979-2006)
(Superleague:period 2006–present)

Notes

Olympiacos FC Players
  • Foreign Players in Greece

External links

Olympiacos CFP Official Website
  • Olympiacos
Olympiacos Supporters Official Website
  • Ultras:Gate 7
Olympiacos The Eternal Champion - RSSSF Official Website
  • Greece: List of Champions 1905-Present

References

  1. ^ "Peiraias Regional Championship". Retrieved March 2009. 
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