Olympiacos

With over 400 officially recognized titles, Olympiacos CFP is one of the biggest multisport clubs in Europe. Olympiacos has won European and International titles in Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Waterpolo and Athletics. Fans point out as remarkable the fact that Olympiacos is the only Greek sports club to have done the Treple in two different sports.

With an outstanding 33 national championships in football in 69 seasons, while all the other major Greek clubs (AEK, Panathinaikos, PAOK) having 32 championships combined, no Greek team has been as successful as Olympiacos in this area. Running up second on trophies won count is Panathinaikos FC and the third is AEK FC. Currently, according to the International Federation of Football and Statistics Olympiacos is No. 28 in the World where Panathinaikos is No.97 and AEK is No.120.

In football, Olympiacos hasn't lost in a Home League game against Panathinaikos since 1995 (02.12.95 with 1-2), that is nearly 11 years unbeaten.


A Bit of History

The club was founded in 1925 in the city of Piraeus, where the team still plays today. In 10 March, 1925 two older Piraeus clubs, "Piraeus Sports and Football Club" and "Football Fan Club of Piraeus," merged to form a new club, Olympiacos CFP; which would come to be known as "Olympiacos Fan Club of Piraeus" a.k.a. "The Legend" after the classic side of the 1930s which won a hatful of titles.

Olympiacos immediately caught the attention of locals, with the team filling the Piraeus Velodrome (now the Karaiskakis stadium); their fanbase consisted mainly of the working class.

Football Club

In 1926 the Hellenic Football Federation (EPO) was founded and in 1927 tried to organize the first Greek Championship. However in that season Olympiacos came to a dispute with the Hellenic Football Federation and did not participate.

Panathinaikos and AEK decided to follow Olympiacos and together they formed a group called P.O.K. and during that season they played fiendly games with each other. The second Greek Championship took place in 1929/30 only with three teams (the local champions of: Athens, Piraeus and Thessaloniki).

From the season 1930/31 (which started in January of 1931) and on, the best teams from the country participated. Olympiacos won the Greek Championship for the first time in that season, and has since become the most winning team in Greece.

In 1940 Olympiacos had already 6 Championships in 11 seasons and by 1960 he had won 15 Championships in 23 Seasons as well as 9 Cups and 6 Doubles. In fact, with key performers such as Andreas Mouratis, Elias Rossidis, Thanassis Bebis, Elias Yfantis, Kostas Polychroniou, Giorgos Darivas and Savas Theodoridis, Olympiacos won Six consecutive titles from 1953/34 to 1958/59.

It is worth mentioning that Olympiacos for several seasons was not allowed to make use of the Karaiskaki Stadium and with permition from Panathinaikos found a temporary home in “Apostolos Nikolaidis Stadium”.

In the 60s and the 70s Olympiacos won just 5 Championships and 8 Cups, but even in the lean years, the club remained the team every other Greek side wanted to beat.

Another glorious chapter began in 1972, after Nikos Goulandris became president. He appointed Lakis Petropoulos as coach and signed star players Giorgos Delikaris, Yves Triantafyllos, Julio Losada, Milton Viera and Dimitris Persidis. The highlight for that side was the 1973/74 season, when Olympiacos won the league with record points (59) and of goals (102).

Olympiacos experienced its darkest days from the mid-1980s until the mid-90s. In the mid 80s Olympiakos came into the hands of Greek Businessman George Koskotas. Soon Koskotas was accused of and convicted for embezzlement, leaving Olympiacos deep in debt. On the pitch, the team without a serious management team went nine seasons without a league title (1986/87 to 1996/97.

The situation improved after Sokratis Kokkalis took over Olympiacos's shares in 1993. Having agreed to a settlement of the club's debts with the Greek government, Kokkalis slowly resurrected the team.

In 1996 Kokkalis appointed Dusan Bajevic which was already out of contract with AEK following a class with the management team regarding financial issues and uncertainty. The same season Kokkalis transferred to the reds all the Greek young talents he could find, such as Predrag Djorgevic, Grigoris Georgatos, Stelios Giannakopoulos, Giorgos Anatolakis, Dimitris Mavrogenidis,Alexis Alexandris,Giorgos Amanatidis,Andreas Niniadis, etc - Most of whom are still members of Olympiacos today. Since then Olympiacos won seven consecutive Championships, even after Bajevic left in 1999.

In the 2003/04 season, Olympiacos finished second.

Last season (2004/05) Olympiacos appointed again Dusan Bajevic and transferred World Champion Rivaldo. The end of the season found Olympiacos with both domestic trophies (Championship and the Greek Cup) but without their manager Dusan Bajevic, as he resigned.

Therefore Olympiacos appointed Trond Sollied.
As of January 2006, Olympiacos is first in the Greek league standings by 6 points. Their arch-rival Panathinaikos is 12 back after a 3-2 loss to Olympiacos at the home of the Greek leaders.


Current Roster:

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Historic Players

Football Club Honours

source: Hellenic Football Federation http://www.epo.gr

Olympiacos Basketball Club

Olympiacos won the first of its nine Greek League titles in 1949. It would also add seven Greek Cup titles to its trophy case, but it was in the 1990s that the Reds made their biggest mark. The middle of that decade belonged to Olympiacos, not only in Greece, but all around the continent. Head coach Ioannis Ioannidis led Olympiacos to four consecutive Greek League titles between 1993 and 1996, and to the Euroleague final in 1994 and 1995. It is worth mentioning that in order to advance to the two finals Olympiacos played with archrivalsPanathinaikos and won both games.

Dusan Ivkovic came to the bench in 1997, when it was the most successful year in the history of Olympiacos Basketball Club as they won the Triple Crown, i.e. all competitions in which they participated; Greek League, Greek Cup and Euroleague(by beating FC Barcelona 73-58 in Rome. Olympiacos is the only Greek team to have achieved this and one of the very few in the history of European Basketball. At the Euroleague final, the most valuable player of the game was David Rivers (Olympiacos' playmaker). The same year they played against Chicago Bulls and it was a game between the European Champion and the NBA Champion. Again Olympiacos is the only Greek team in history that played such a much. During that game Olympiacos never used a zone defence, although it was played according to European basketball ruling and was defeated naturally by the team of one of the greatest basketball players ever, Michael Jordan (Olympiacos - Chicago Bulls: 78 - 104).

Although there was a return to the Final Four in 1999, a few years went by before the Reds won another trophy. A drought ended in 2001-02 with a Greek Cup victory, while Olympiacos also reached the Greek League finals and came within a victory of the Euroleague Final Four. In 2004-05, an ever-changing roster made life tough for Olympiacos. The Reds couldn't reach the Euroleague Top 16 and, despite rallying to make the Greek League playoffs, bowed out in the quarterfinals series. But if there is one truth about great, historic teams, they never stay down for long. No one should forget that within the last decade, the Reds knew exactly what it took to win it all. Returning to the very elite of European basketball is the goal in 2005-06 for Olympiacos, a proud club coming off one of its most difficult seasons in recent years. Its rich history, including a Euroleague title in 1997, will help guide Olympiacos as it tries to overcome a 2004-05 season that was full of roster changes and inconsistency.

To conclude with we must say that Olympiacos B.C. has been voted as the Best Team of the 90s in Europe by FIBA


Basketball Club Honours

source: Hellenic Basketball Federation http://www.basket.gr

Current Roster

Point Guard

Shooting Guard

Small Forward

Power Forward

Center

Olympiacos Volleyball Club

source: Hellenic Volleyball Federation http://www.volleyball.gr

Olympiacos Water Polo Club

The greatest moment in the club's history was its victory in the 2002 European Champions Cup, after beating Honved in the final. Olympiacos had also played in the final of the previous year, as well as two European Cup finals in the late 90's. In 2002, Olympiacos also won the European Super Cup, after beating in the final the European Cup-Winner.

Swimming Department

Sailing Department

Dragon: 1970, 1971, 1972
Laser: 1976
Finn: 1972, 1973, 1974, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005
Solling: 1980, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1987, 1992, 1993
Star: 1986, 1987, 1995

source: Greek ministry of Sports http://www.sport.gov.gr the available information is up to 1997 except "Finn"

Table Tennis Department

Men Single: 12
Women Single: 35
Men Double: 10
Women Double: 16
Team Men: 3
Team Women: 12
Men-Women Double: 17

source: Greek ministry of Sports http://www.sport.gov.gr the available information is up to 1997

Diving Department

Men Trampolin 1m: 1991, 1992
Men Trampolin 3m: 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1967, 1969, 1992
Men: 1960, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1969, 1992
Women Trampolin 3m: 1992, 1993, 1996
Women: 1993, 1997

source: Greek ministry of Sports http://www.sport.gov.gr the available information is up to 1997

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Weight Lifting Department


Wrestling Department

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. The company joined hands in the great music room at midnight and sang "Auld Lang Syne" as the last stroke of 12 sounded and the new year came in.

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No one should forget that within the last decade, the Reds knew exactly what it took to win it all. Two examples:. But if there is one truth about great, historic teams, they never stay down for long. The ProQuest newspaper archive has articles going back to 1896 that describe revellers on both sides of the Atlantic singing the song to usher in the New Year. The Reds couldn't reach the Euroleague Top 16 and, despite rallying to make the Greek League playoffs, bowed out in the quarterfinals series. However, he did not invent or first introduce the custom. In 2004-05, an ever-changing roster made life tough for Olympiacos. Bandleader Guy Lombardo popularized the association of the song with New Year, through his annual broadcasts on radio and TV, beginning in 1929.

A drought ended in 2001-02 with a Greek Cup victory, while Olympiacos also reached the Greek League finals and came within a victory of the Euroleague Final Four. As Scots emigrated around the world, they took the song with them. Although there was a return to the Final Four in 1999, a few years went by before the Reds won another trophy. Singing the song on Hogmanay or New Year's Day is a Scottish custom. During that game Olympiacos never used a zone defence, although it was played according to European basketball ruling and was defeated naturally by the team of one of the greatest basketball players ever, Michael Jordan (Olympiacos - Chicago Bulls: 78 - 104). Robert Burns forwarded a copy of the original song to the Scots Musical Museum with the remark, "The following song, an old song, of the olden times, and which has never been in print, nor even in manuscript until I took it down from an old man's singing, is enough to recommend any air." The tune Burns suggested is not the tune we use today. Again Olympiacos is the only Greek team in history that played such a much. Auld Lang Syne was transcribed, had two new verses added to it and was published by the Scottish poet Robert Burns, based on earlier Scots ballads.

The same year they played against Chicago Bulls and it was a game between the European Champion and the NBA Champion. See external links for variations of the original lyrics. At the Euroleague final, the most valuable player of the game was David Rivers (Olympiacos' playmaker). Above version taken exactly from Songs from Robert Burns, published in Great Britain
by Collins Clear-Type Press in 1947, and sold at Burns’ Cottage. Olympiacos is the only Greek team to have achieved this and one of the very few in the history of European Basketball. In Scots Syne is pronounced like the English word sign — IPA: [sajn] — not zine [zajn] as many people do every Hogmanay. all competitions in which they participated; Greek League, Greek Cup and Euroleague(by beating FC Barcelona 73-58 in Rome. .

Dusan Ivkovic came to the bench in 1997, when it was the most successful year in the history of Olympiacos Basketball Club as they won the Triple Crown, i.e. One occasion that falls in this category was in October 2000, when the body of former Canadian prime minister Pierre Trudeau left Parliament Hill in Ottawa for the last time, going to Montreal for the state funeral. It is worth mentioning that in order to advance to the two finals Olympiacos played with archrivalsPanathinaikos and won both games. It has also been used on other occasions as a farewell. Head coach Ioannis Ioannidis led Olympiacos to four consecutive Greek League titles between 1993 and 1996, and to the Euroleague final in 1994 and 1995. In Portugal and Spain, this song is used to mark a farewell, especially in the Boy Scout movement. The middle of that decade belonged to Olympiacos, not only in Greece, but all around the continent. The University of Virginia's fight song (The Good Old Song) also carries the same tune.

It would also add seven Greek Cup titles to its trophy case, but it was in the 1990s that the Reds made their biggest mark. Also, before 1972, it was the tune for the Gaumii salaam anthem of The Maldives (with the current words). Olympiacos won the first of its nine Greek League titles in 1949. Before the composition of Aegukga, the lyrics of Korea's national anthem was sung to the tune of this song. source: Hellenic Football Federation http://www.epo.gr. In the United Kingdom, it is played at the close of the annual Congress (conference) of the Trades Union Congress.
. In Japan, many stores play it to usher customers out at the end of a business day, and the tune is sung at graduations.


. In the Philippines, it is well known and sung at celebrations like graduations, New Year and Christmas Day. Their arch-rival Panathinaikos is 12 back after a 3-2 loss to Olympiacos at the home of the Greek leaders. It is used as a graduation song and a funeral song in Taiwan, symbolizing an end or a goodbye. Therefore Olympiacos appointed Trond Sollied.
As of January 2006, Olympiacos is first in the Greek league standings by 6 points. Also, in many Burns Clubs, it is sung to end the Burns supper. The end of the season found Olympiacos with both domestic trophies (Championship and the Greek Cup) but without their manager Dusan Bajevic, as he resigned. It is usually sung each year on New Year's Day (Hogmanay in Scotland) in the United Kingdom, the United States, and English speaking Canada at midnight and signifies the start of a new year.

Last season (2004/05) Olympiacos appointed again Dusan Bajevic and transferred World Champion Rivaldo. Yet, perhaps because it was originally written in the Scots language, often people can recall the melody easily but know only a fraction of the words. In the 2003/04 season, Olympiacos finished second. This poem by Robert Burns, is one of the best known songs in English-speaking countries. Since then Olympiacos won seven consecutive Championships, even after Bajevic left in 1999. Auld Lang Syne — Eng: “old long since” — might be better translated as “old long ago”, “times gone by”, or “days gone by”. The same season Kokkalis transferred to the reds all the Greek young talents he could find, such as Predrag Djorgevic, Grigoris Georgatos, Stelios Giannakopoulos, Giorgos Anatolakis, Dimitris Mavrogenidis,Alexis Alexandris,Giorgos Amanatidis,Andreas Niniadis, etc - Most of whom are still members of Olympiacos today.

In 1996 Kokkalis appointed Dusan Bajevic which was already out of contract with AEK following a class with the management team regarding financial issues and uncertainty. Having agreed to a settlement of the club's debts with the Greek government, Kokkalis slowly resurrected the team. The situation improved after Sokratis Kokkalis took over Olympiacos's shares in 1993. On the pitch, the team without a serious management team went nine seasons without a league title (1986/87 to 1996/97.

Soon Koskotas was accused of and convicted for embezzlement, leaving Olympiacos deep in debt. In the mid 80s Olympiakos came into the hands of Greek Businessman George Koskotas. Olympiacos experienced its darkest days from the mid-1980s until the mid-90s. The highlight for that side was the 1973/74 season, when Olympiacos won the league with record points (59) and of goals (102).

He appointed Lakis Petropoulos as coach and signed star players Giorgos Delikaris, Yves Triantafyllos, Julio Losada, Milton Viera and Dimitris Persidis. Another glorious chapter began in 1972, after Nikos Goulandris became president. In the 60s and the 70s Olympiacos won just 5 Championships and 8 Cups, but even in the lean years, the club remained the team every other Greek side wanted to beat. It is worth mentioning that Olympiacos for several seasons was not allowed to make use of the Karaiskaki Stadium and with permition from Panathinaikos found a temporary home in “Apostolos Nikolaidis Stadium”.

In fact, with key performers such as Andreas Mouratis, Elias Rossidis, Thanassis Bebis, Elias Yfantis, Kostas Polychroniou, Giorgos Darivas and Savas Theodoridis, Olympiacos won Six consecutive titles from 1953/34 to 1958/59. In 1940 Olympiacos had already 6 Championships in 11 seasons and by 1960 he had won 15 Championships in 23 Seasons as well as 9 Cups and 6 Doubles. Olympiacos won the Greek Championship for the first time in that season, and has since become the most winning team in Greece. From the season 1930/31 (which started in January of 1931) and on, the best teams from the country participated.

The second Greek Championship took place in 1929/30 only with three teams (the local champions of: Athens, Piraeus and Thessaloniki). and during that season they played fiendly games with each other. Panathinaikos and AEK decided to follow Olympiacos and together they formed a group called P.O.K. However in that season Olympiacos came to a dispute with the Hellenic Football Federation and did not participate.

In 1926 the Hellenic Football Federation (EPO) was founded and in 1927 tried to organize the first Greek Championship. Olympiacos immediately caught the attention of locals, with the team filling the Piraeus Velodrome (now the Karaiskakis stadium); their fanbase consisted mainly of the working class. "The Legend" after the classic side of the 1930s which won a hatful of titles. In 10 March, 1925 two older Piraeus clubs, "Piraeus Sports and Football Club" and "Football Fan Club of Piraeus," merged to form a new club, Olympiacos CFP; which would come to be known as "Olympiacos Fan Club of Piraeus" a.k.a.

The club was founded in 1925 in the city of Piraeus, where the team still plays today. .
. In football, Olympiacos hasn't lost in a Home League game against Panathinaikos since 1995 (02.12.95 with 1-2), that is nearly 11 years unbeaten.

28 in the World where Panathinaikos is No.97 and AEK is No.120. Currently, according to the International Federation of Football and Statistics Olympiacos is No. Running up second on trophies won count is Panathinaikos FC and the third is AEK FC. With an outstanding 33 national championships in football in 69 seasons, while all the other major Greek clubs (AEK, Panathinaikos, PAOK) having 32 championships combined, no Greek team has been as successful as Olympiacos in this area.

Fans point out as remarkable the fact that Olympiacos is the only Greek sports club to have done the Treple in two different sports. Olympiacos has won European and International titles in Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Waterpolo and Athletics. With over 400 officially recognized titles, Olympiacos CFP is one of the biggest multisport clubs in Europe. 7 Championships.

11 Championships. 16 Championships. 1 Championship [1971]. 25 Championships
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105 Titles
. 34 Greek championships (Men)
. 47 Greek championships - 1930, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1937, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1967, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005. 1 European Super Cup 2002.

1 European Champions League 2002. 1 Treple 2002. 6 Doubles 1992, 1993, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004. 8 Cups 1992, 1993, 1997, 1998, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004.

19 Championships 1933, 1934, 1947, 1949, 1951, 1952, 1969, 1971, 1992, 1993, 1995, 1996, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005. 2 European Cups: 1996, 2005. 10 Doubles: 1981, 1983, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1998, 1999, 2001. 12 Cups: 1981, 1983, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001.

22 Championships: 1968, 1969, 1974, 1976, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1983, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003. Sofoklis SCHORTSANITIS. 15. Lazaros AGADAKOS.

14. Eurelijus ZUKAUSKAS. 11. Andrija ZIZIC.

20. Martin RANCIK. 07. George PRINTEZIS.

16. Panayiotis VASILOPOULOS. 13. Nikos BARLOS.

12. Quincy LEWIS. 08. Dimitris KALAITZIDIS.

31. Renaldas SEIBUTIS. 10. Nikos CHATZIS.

09. Christos CHARISIS. 32. Nikos ARGYROPOULOS.

06. Manolis PAPAMAKARIOS. 05. Tyus EDNEY.

04. 4 Doubles 1976, 1978, 1994, 1997. 1 Treple 1997. 1 Euroleague 1997.

7 Cups 1976, 1977, 1978, 1980, 1994, 1997, 2002. 9 Championships 1949, 1960, 1976, 1978, 1993, 1994, 995, 1996, 1997. 1 Balkan Cup 1963. 3 Super Cups 1980*, 1987, 1992.

11 Doubles 1947, 1951, 1954, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1973, 1975, 1981, 1999, 2005. 21 Cups 1947, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1963, 1965, 1968, 1971, 1973, 1975, 1981, 1990, 1992, 1999, 2005. 33 Championships 1931, 1933, 1934, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1947, 1948, 1951, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1966, 1967, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005. Y: Ilias Yfantis.

T: Savvas Theodoridis, Yves Triantafyllos, Giotis Tsalouchidis, Nikos Tsiantakis. S: George Sideris. R: Ilias Rossidis (played in the mid-20th century). P: Oleg Protasov.

M: Tasos Mitropoulos, Andreas Mouratis. L: Houlio Losanta. K: Christos Kaltsas, Vassilis Karapialis, Kyriakos Karataidis, Christian Karembeu. G: Stelios Giannakopoulos, Nikos Gioutsos, Giovanni Silva de Oliveira, Sinica Gogic, Achilleas Grammatikopoulos (played in the 1940s).

D: Georgios Delikaris, Lajos Détári. B: Thanasis Bebis, Vassilis Botinos. A: Nikos Anastopoulos, Andrianopoulos Brothers(5), Romain Argyroudis (played in the 1970s). Trond Sollied.

Alexandre Joaquim D'Akol (on Loan to Kerkira FC). ??. Haruna Babangida. 40.

Michalis Konstantinou. 23. Dani (Daniel Garcia Lara). 20.

Ioannis Okkas. 09. Marco Ne (from 01.07.06). ??.

Kostas Mendrinos (on Loan to Ionikos FC). ??. Charilaos Pappas (on Loan to Apollon Kalamarias FC). ??.

Nick Salapatas. ??. Anastasios Kyriakos. 77.

Giannoulis Fakinos. 36. Zhora Hovhannisyan. 27.

Erol Bulut. 22. Grigorios Georgatos. 21.

Ioannis Taralidis. 17. Yaya Touré. 15.

Predrag Djorjevic. 11. Rivaldo Vitor Borba Ferreira. 10.

Miloš Marić. 08. Nery Alberto Castillo. 07.

Ieroklis Stoltidis. 06. Pantelis Kafes. 01.

Michal Zewlakow (from 01.07.06). ??. Christos Lisgaras (on Loan to Panachaiki FC). ??.

Giorgos Anatolakis. 32. Anastasios Pantos. 30.

Spyros Vallas. 25. Thanasis Kostoulas. 19.

Dimitrios Mavrogenidis. 14. Gabriel Francisco Peralta Schürrer. 12.

Michalis Kapsis. 05. Stelios Ventetidis. 03.

Christos Patsatzoglou. 02. Panagopoulos. ??.

Giannis Siderakis. 87. Antonios Nikopolidis. 71.

Kleopas Giannou. 34. Erwin Lemmens. 33.

Theodoros Ntougeroglou. 29.

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