Thành lập: 1908
Quốc gia: Hy Lạp
Sân vận động: Athens Olympic Stadium
Sức chứa: 71,030
Địa chỉ: Herodou Attikou Street 12A Marousi GR - 15124 ATHENS
Độ tuổi trung bình: 27.58
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It was back in 1908 when the track and field athlete of Panellinios, George Kalafatis, took the initiative to found the most successful team of Athens.Initially, the name of the team was Π.Ο.Α. (Football Club of Athens) and among the founding members were, apart from Kalafatis, his brother Alexandros, who was the first chairman of the club, D. Doukakis, P. Bouboulis, Em. Chrisis, Granitsas, Mantzakos, Papageorgiou, Gaetas,  Demertzis, Stavropoulos, Pashos, Misakian, Reppas, Sapounias, Garoufalias.


In its first official game, the Football Club of Athens (Π.Ο.Α.), faced Peiraikos, the team that was later named Olympiakos, in Trikala in a tournament that took place between the 7th and the 9th of September 1908. Π.Ο.Α. beat Peiraikos 9-0. The first official game in Athens was against Ethnikos, in which Π.Ο.Α. won 2-0.




Short after the founding of the team George Kalafatis changed the name of the club to “Π .Π .Ο.”. (Panhellenic Football Club).

After the end of World War 1, football activity resumes and in 1918 Π .Π .Ο. establishes the green colour and the emblem of the shamrock which was designed by George Hatzopoulos, director of the National Gallery and member of Club.

The shamrock was brought to the club by Michalis Papazoglou, an athlete and later general secretary of Panathinaikos, who used to wear it at his former club of “Chalkidona” in Constantinopole.





One of the most important figures in Panathinaikos history was Apostolos Nikolaidis, who was a phenomenal athlete in football, track and field, basketball and volleyball. He participated in the Olympic games of Antwerp in 1920 as a football player and a track and field athlete. He was the President of SEGAS for 20 years. For many years he served as a member of the board and chairman of the Club. He is considered to be a symbol for Panathinaikos and for this reason the football stadium of Panathinaikos in Alexandras Avenue was named after him.







In 1919 the Union of Football Clubs of Athens and Piraeus organized the first post war championship in which Panathinaikos was declared champion. The current name, Panathinaikos Athlitikos Omilos  (Panathinaikos Football Club) was decided at the General  

Assembly on the 15th of March 1924.







On the 26th of April 1925 Panathinaikos gave its first international game against the Yugoslavian team of Vittoria Zagreb, in which the final score was a draw (1-1). In 1926 it won over the Austrian Kaufenberg (1-0). The same year it gave its first match in Thessaloniki against AEK Thessalonikis (what later became to become PAOK), in which Panathinaikos won (2-0).



a foreign coach was hired: the Hungarian Milko Forner. For the first time the team has an organized schedule and wins easily the 6th Greek Championship with 8 wins in 8 matches, scoring 41 goals and receiving only 3.

In 1930 PANATHINAIKOS wins the traditional derby over OLYMPIAKOS with a record score of 8-2.

In 1940 PANATHINAIKOS wins its first Greek Cup.

In the summer of 1959, Dimitris Domazos was transferred from Amina Abelokipon and later becomes the historic leader of the team

In 1960, PANATHINAIKOS participates for the first time in the Champions Cup.

In May 1963, the Yugoslavian Stefan Bobek becomes the new coach of the club and  PANATHINAIKOS wins the Championship with 24 wins, 6 draws and not a single defeat.

In 1969, with Lakis Petropoulos at the bench, PANATHINAIKOS wins its first double

On the 2nd of June 1970, Pouskas sings a contract with PANATHINAIKOS as the new team manager

On the 2nd of June 1971, PANATHINAIKOS reaches the Champions Cup Final in Wembley stadium against Ajax F.C., where they lost 2-0, after having knocked-out Jeunesse Esch of Luxemburg, Slovan Bratislava of Chechoslovakia, Everton of England and Red Star Belgrade of Yugoslavia.

In 1972 PANATHINAIKOS is chosen to represent Europe in the International Cup against the Champion of South America, Nacional Montevideo of Uruguay. At the first leg in Athens the score was 1-1 but in the second leg PANATHINAIKOS lost 2-1 in Montevideo.

In 1972 Antonis Antoniadis becomes the first scorer of the Greek League with 39 goals, and wins the European “Golden Boot”.

On the 17th of July 1979, under Greek law 879/79 all the football clubs change into a Societe Anonyme. The Vardinoyannis family becomes the main shareholder of the club with 54% of the total shares.

On the 16th of December 1981 the opening of the Athletic Center in Paiania takes place. From that day, the Center grows to become one of the most modern and complete Athletic Centers in Europe. Many popular clubs of our continent have visited the Center either for preparation or training.

At the same the, the football Academy starts functioning. Many players of the Academy have made it to the National Team and followed international careers.

In 1991, 20 years after the Wembley final, PANATHINAIKOS F.C. celebrates it by winning the double.

In May 2000, after 21 years in the Presidency, George Vardinoyannis steps down. Under his leadership PANATHINAIKOS won 6 Championships, 9 Cups, 4 doubles, 3 Super Cups, and reached twice the semi-finals of the Champions League.

The new president of  PANATHINAIKOS becomes Angelos Filippidis while the club remains in the ownership of the Vardinoyannis family.

 On the 29th of April 2001,  Krzystzof Warzycha scores against Ionikos for the 233rd time in his career, and becomes the second best scorer in the history of the Greek League. By the end of the 2001 season he reached 235 goals.

In June 2003, Angelos Filippidis steps down. At his time, PANATHINAIKOS reached the quarterfinals of the Champions League and the UEFA CUP.

On 10th of June 2003, Argyris Mitsou becomes the new President of PANATHINAIKOS. Argyris Mitsou is an aknowledged professor of orthopedics, professor at the Medical University of Athens and President of the Consulting Medicals Team for the Olympic Games in Athens 2004. He was the doctor of PANATHINAIKOS professional team for several years and the last years was member of the Club Board of Directors.

In May 2004, PANATHINAIKOS wins both the Greek Championship and the domestic Cup AFTER BEATING ARCHIVAL Olympiakos 3-1 at the final and becomes the only Greek club that won the double (League and Cup) 7 times.

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Danh sách cầu thủ của đội bóng Panathinaikos

STT Tên Quốc tịch Vị trí Số áo Ngày sinh Cao Nặng
1 Orestis-Spyrido Ioannis Karnezis Orestis-Spyrido Ioannis Karnezis Hy Lạp Thủ môn 27 1985-7-11 189cm 79kg
2 Alexandros Tzorvas Alexandros Tzorvas Hy Lạp Thủ môn 30 1982-8-12 188cm 80kg
3 Josu Sarriegi Zumarraga Josu Sarriegi Zumarraga Tây Ban Nha Hậu vệ 3 1979-1-19 185cm 83kg
4 Cedric Kante Cedric Kante Mali Hậu vệ 8 1979-7-6 182cm 77kg
5 Stergos Marinos Stergos Marinos Hy Lạp Hậu vệ 22 1987-9-17 178cm 71kg
6 Loukas Vintra Loukas Vintra Hy Lạp Hậu vệ 24 1981-2-5 184cm 76kg
7 Giourkas Seitaridis Giourkas Seitaridis Hy Lạp Hậu vệ 25 1981-6-4 185cm 78kg
8 Nikos Spiropoulos Nikos Spiropoulos Hy Lạp Hậu vệ 31 1983-10-10 172cm 69kg
9 Sotirios Ninis Sotirios Ninis Hy Lạp Tiền vệ 7 1990-4-3 173cm 69kg
10 Sebastian Eduardo Leto Sebastian Eduardo Leto Argentina Tiền vệ 11 1986-8-30 188cm 77kg
11 Gilberto Aparecido da Silva Gilberto Aparecido da Silva Brazil Tiền vệ 15 1976-10-7 184cm 74kg
12 Lazaros Christodoulopoulos Lazaros Christodoulopoulos Hy Lạp Tiền vệ 17 1986-12-19 183cm 77kg
13 Mate Junior Simao Mate Junior Simao Mozambique Tiền vệ 23 1988-7-23 178cm 78 kg
14 Giorgios Karagounis Giorgios Karagounis Hy Lạp Tiền vệ 26 1977-3-6 176cm 74kg
15 Konstantinos Katsouranis Konstantinos Katsouranis Hy Lạp Tiền vệ 29 1979-6-21 183cm 83kg
16 Giorgos Machlelis Giorgos Machlelis Hy Lạp Tiền vệ 34 1991-5-10 175cm -
17 Alexandre Henri Marco Silva Cleyton Alexandre Henri Marco Silva Cleyton Brazil Tiền vệ 38 1983-3-8 175cm 69kg
18 Djibril Cisse Djibril Cisse Pháp Tiền đạo 9 1981-8-12 183cm 83kg
19 Luis Javier Garcia Sanchez Luis Javier Garcia Sanchez Tây Ban Nha Tiền đạo 14 1978-6-24 177cm 64 kg
20 Antonis Petropoulos Antonis Petropoulos Hy Lạp Tiền đạo 28 1986-1-28 191cm 83kg

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