AEK (football)

AEK (football)

AEK FC
General data
Nom. full Π. Α. Ε. Αθλητική Ένωσις Κωνσταντινουπόλεως
(PAE Athletic Union of Constantinople)
Nickname (s) Enosis (Union)
Dikefalos Aetos (Double-headed Eagle)
Kitrinomavri (Yellows and Blacks)
Foundation April 13, 1924 (96 years)
Owner (s) Flag of Greece.svg Dimitris Melissanidis
President Flag of Greece.svg Vaggelis Aslanidis
Coach Flag of Italy.svg Massimo Carrera placeholder image
Facilities
Stadium Agia Sofia
Capacity 32.500 spectators
Locate Us Athens, Greece
Opening 2020
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Sensitive Personal Data
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Third
Last season
Liga Flag of Greece.svg Greek Super League
(2019-20) 3 º
Securities 12 (last in 2017-18)
Crown Flag of Greece.svg Greece Cup
(2018-19) runner-up
Securities 15 (last in 2015-16)
News
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Oficial web page

La AEK football section (in greek, Αθλητική Ένωσις Κωνσταντινουπόλεως -Athlitiki Enosis Konstantinoupoleos- Athletic Union of Constantinople), known simply by its acronym AEK or its transliteration of AEK from Athens, is a football club from Athens, Greece. The club is part of the sports society Athlitiki Enosis Konstantinoupoleos. Like all professional sports clubs in the country, the reference to its sports and tax activity with the acronym Π must be placed before its name. Α. Ε. (in greek, Ποδοσφαιρικές Ανώνυμη Εταιρεία; transliterated Podosfairikés Anónymi Etaireía; literally translated as Anonymous Soccer Society) so it is referred to as the Π. Α. Ε. Αθλητική Ένωσις Κωνσταντινουπόλεως, or literalized as a whole as Anonymous Football Society Athletic Union of Constantinople. (From now on it will refer only to its transliterations).

It was founded on April 13, 1924 by Greek refugees from Constantinople (now Istanbul), mobilized during the Greco-Turkish War. AEK is one of the most successful clubs in Greek football with 30 official titles (including 12 League Championships, 15 Greek Cups, a League Cup, a Pre-Mediterranean Cup and 2 Super Cups).

Return to amateur level

On June 7, 2013 at the end of the council of the entity, it was decided that AEK would become a team amateur and will not be part of the Ethniki Beta for the 2013-14 season. The club self-lowered to the Gamma Ethniki -Then fourth category of the country-, and at the same time Dimitrios Melissanidis became the new owner of the club, under the supervision of the constitutional umbrella, who provided help in the new beginning of the club.

Stadium

The Nikos Goumas Stadium was a stadium located in Nea Filadelfeia, a northeastern suburb of Athens, and was the stadium of AEK Athens. It was named after a prominent club president, Nicholas Goumas, who contributed to its construction and subsequent improvement.

The stadium was completed in 1929 and was officially opened in November 1930 in an exhibition match that pitted AEK against Olympiacos FC, a game that ended in a 2-2 draw. The stadium had a capacity of 24.700.

The enclosure was demolished in 2003 to be converted into a Park. Since then the football team has played its matches at the Olympic Stadium in Athens, with a capacity for 71.030 spectators.

A new stadium is currently being built, Agia Sofía, which will host AEK Athens' home matches. It is estimated that this venue, with a capacity for 32.500 spectators, will be completed in 2019.

Uniform

  • Titular uniform: Yellow shirt, black pants, yellow socks.
  • Alternate uniform: Black t-shirt with yellow stripes, yellow pants, black socks.
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2000
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2006–07
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2007–08
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2008–09
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2009–10
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2010–11
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2011–12
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2012–13
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2013–14
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2014–15
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2015–16
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2016–17
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2017–18
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2018–19
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2019–20

Clothing and sponsors

Dress
Period Supplier
1976–1983 Flag of Germany.svg Adidas
1983–1989 Flag of Greece.svg Zita hellas
1989–1993 Flag of Italy.svg Diadora
1993–1995 Flag of Italy.svg Basic
1995–2000 Flag of Italy.svg Kappa
2000–2005 Flag of the United States.svg Nike
2005–2007 Flag of Germany.svg Adidas
2007–2015 Flag of Germany.svg Puma
2015–2018 Flag of the United States.svg Nike
2018-present Flag of the United States.svg Capelli Sport
Sponsored by
Period Sponsored by
1982–1983 Flag of Japan.svg Citizen
1983–1985 Flag of Japan.svg Nissan
1985–1993 Flag of Greece.svg Ethniki Asfalistiki
1993–1995 Flag of Greece.svg Phoenix Asfaleies
1995–1996 Flag of Greece.svg Ethniki Asfalistiki
1996–1998 Flag of Greece.svg Geniki Bank
1998–1999 Flag of Japan.svg Firestone
1999–2001 Flag of Greece.svg Marfin
2001–2002 Flag of Greece.svg Alpha TV
2002–2004 Flag of Greece.svg Piraeus Bank
2004–2006 Flag of Italy.svg TIM
2006–2009 Flag of South Korea.svg LG
2009–2010 Flag of the United States.svg Diners Club
2010–2012 Flag of Greece.svg OPAP
2012–2014 Flag of Greece.svg Cinema
2014–2015 Flag of the United States.svg Jeep
2015-present Flag of Greece.svg Pame stoixima

History

National tournaments (30)

  • Greek Super League: (12)
1939, 1940, 1963, 1968, 1971, 1978, 1979, 1989, 1992, 1993, 1994, 2018.
  • Greece Cup: (15)
1932, 1939, 1949, 1950, 1956, 1964, 1966, 1978, 1983, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2002, 2011, 2016.
  • Greek Super Cup: (2)
1989, 1996.
  • League Cup: (1)
1990
  • Athens Football Association Clubs (local level): (5)
1940, 1940, 1943, 1946, 1947, 1950.
  • Second Super League: (1)
2015
  • Beta Ethniki North: (1)
2014

European Competitions

  • Finalist in the Balkan Cup (1): 1967
  • Semifinalist in the UEFA Europa League (1): 1977
  • Quarter-finals in the UEFA Champions League (1): 1969
  • Quarter-finals in the Football Cup Winners' Cup (2): 1997, 1998

Friendly tournaments

  • Supersport Tournament (1): 1999
  • Tournament Soccer Festival Sydney (1): 2010

Participation in UEFA Competitions

By competition

Note: In bold font active competitions.

Competition temp PJ PG PE PP GF GC diff Points Securities Subtitles
European Cup / Champions League 16 70 19 22 29 81 109 . 79 - -
UEFA Cup / European League 24 124 41 31 52 165 180 . 154 - -
UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 6 22 10 3 9 33 27 +6 33 - -
Total 46 216 70 56 90 279 316 . 266 0 0


Updated to the 2018-19 Champions League.

Sports Organization Chart

Squad 2019/2020

AEK Athens Squad for the 2019/2020 Season
Players Technical team
No. Nac. Pos Name Age Last team
janitors
1 Flag of Greece.svg 0BY Vasilys Barkas  26 years Flag of Greece.svg Atromitos FC
16 Flag of Greece.svg 0BY Panagiotis Tsintotas  27 years Flag of Greece.svg Levadiakos
30 Flag of Greece.svg 0BY Giorgos Athanasiadis  27 years Flag of Greece.svg Asteras Tripolis
Fenders
2 Flag of Greece.svg 1DEF Michaelis Bakakis Captain sports.svg3 °  30 years Flag of Greece.svg Panetolikos
3 Flag of Portugal.svg 1DEF Helder lopes  32 years Flag of Spain.svg UD Las Palmas
4 Flag of Greece.svg 1DEF Marios oikonomou  28 years Flag of Italy.svg Bologna
19 Flag of Ukraine.svg 1DEF Dmytro Chygrynsky  34 years Flag of Ukraine.svg Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk
21 Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg 1DEF Ognjen Vranjes  31 years Flag of Belgium civil.svg Anderlecht
23 Flag of Sweden.svg 1DEF Niklas hult  31 years Flag of Greece.svg Panathinaikos
24 Flag of Greece.svg 1DEF Stratos Svarnas  23 years Flag of Greece.svg Xanthi FC
27 Flag of Portugal.svg 1DEF Paulinho  29 years Flag of Portugal.svg GD Chaves
28 Flag of Greece.svg 1DEF Stavros Vasilantonopoulos  29 years Flag of Greece.svg Lamia
31 Flag of Greece.svg 1DEF Konstantinos Stamoulis  20 years  Quarry
- Flag of Argentina.svg 1DEF Matias Nani  23 years Flag of Italy.svg AS Roma
Midfielders
6 Flag of Serbia.svg 2MED Nenad Krsticic  30 years Flag of Serbia.svg Red Star Belgrade
8 Flag of Portugal.svg 2MED André Simões Captain sports.svg2 °  31 years Flag of Portugal.svg Moreirense
12 Flag of Portugal.svg 2MED Francisco Geraldes  25 years Flag of Portugal.svg Sporting CP
20 Flag of Greece.svg 2MED Petros Mantalos Captain sports.svg1 °  29 years Flag of Greece.svg Skoda Xanthi
22 Flag of Portugal.svg 2MED David Simão  30 years Flag of Belgium civil.svg Antwerp
25 Flag of Greece.svg 2MED Kostas galanopoulos  23 years  Quarry
39 Flag of Spain.svg 2MED Erik Moran  29 years Flag of Spain.svg Leganés
44 Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg 2MED Anel Sabanadzovic  21 years Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg FK Zeljeznicar Sarajevo
51 Flag of Greece.svg 2MED Gianis Sardelis  20 years  Quarry
70 Flag of Greece.svg 2MED Giannis-Fivos Botos  20 years  Quarry
Forwards
7 Flag of Italy.svg 3OF Daniele Green  24 years Flag of Italy.svg AS Roma
9 Flag of Greece.svg 3OF Giorgos Giakoumakis  26 years Flag of Greece.svg Platanias
10 Flag of Croatia.svg 3OF Marko Livaja  27 years Flag of Spain.svg UD Las Palmas
11 Flag of Serbia.svg 3OF Miloš Deletic  27 years Flag of Greece.svg Athlitiki Enosi Larissa FC
14 Flag of Greece.svg 3OF Christs of Alba  26 years Flag of Greece.svg Apollon Smyrnis
17 Flag of Belgium civil.svg 3OF Victor Klonaridis  28 years Flag of Greece.svg Panathinaikos
18 Flag of Portugal.svg 3OF Nelson Oliveira  29 years Flag of England.svg Norwich City
77 Flag of Greece.svg 3OF Christos Giousis  21 years  Quarry
Coach (s)

Flag of Spain.svg Manolo Jimenez


Legend
  • Pos : Position
  • Nac. : Sports nationality
  • Captain sports.svg Captain
  • Injury icon 2.svg Injured
  • BY / ARQ : Goalkeeper
  • DEF : Defending
  • MID / VOL : Midfielder
  • OF : Forward

Updated September 21, 2019

Featured Players

trainers

Featured Coaches

Name Country Position Period
As a player
Period
as a coach
Appearances goals
Costas Negrepontis Flag of Greece.svg OF 1926–32 1933–36, 1937–40, 1944–48, 1955–56, 1958–59 42 30
Kleanthis maropoulos Flag of Greece.svg OF 1934–52 144 89
Giannis kanakis Flag of Greece.svg OF 1949–59 176 69
Alekos Sofianidis Flag of Greece.svg DEF 1950–69 274 12
Andreas Stamatiadis Flag of Greece.svg MED 1951–69 1979 465 139
Stelios Serafeidis Flag of Greece.svg BY 1951–72 300
Costas Nestoridis Flag of Greece.svg OF 1957–65 1982-83, 1984 300 272
Mimis Papaioannou Flag of Greece.svg OF 1961–80 483 234
Stelios Skevofilakas Flag of Greece.svg MED 1961–73 339 19
Kostas Papageorgiou Flag of Greece.svg OF 1963–69 96 65
Costas Nikolaidis Flag of Greece.svg OF 1965–75 248 94
Giorgos Karafekos Flag of Greece.svg MED 1965–74 270 28
Apostolos Toskas Flag of Greece.svg DEF 1969–80 270
Lakis Nikolaou Flag of Greece.svg DEF 1971–82 358 42
Petros ravousis Flag of Greece.svg DEF 1972–84 1996–97 278
Christos Ardizoglou Flag of Greece.svg MED 1974–85 261 50
Thomas mavros Flag of Greece.svg OF 1976–87 277 174
Stelios Manolas Flag of Greece.svg DEF 1977–00 448 44
Spyros Oikonomopoulos Flag of Greece.svg BY 1978–94 115
Ioannis Dintsikos Flag of Greece.svg OF 1981–89 150 26
Pavlos Papaioannou Flag of Greece.svgFlag of Brazil.svg MED 1983–93 255 4
Giorgos Savvidis Flag of Cyprus.svg MED 1987–92 135 33
Tony Savevski Flag of Macedonia.svgFlag of Greece.svg MED 1989–01 2001 356 51
Daniel Batista Flag of Cape Verde.svgFlag of Greece.svg OF 1989 – 92, 1995 – 99 167 67
Vasilis Dimitriadis Flag of Greece.svg OF 1991–96 154 81
Elijah Atmatsidis Flag of Greece.svg BY 1992–02 251 1
Vassilios Tsiartas Flag of Greece.svg MED 1993 – 96, 2000 – 04 196 80
Michalis kasapis Flag of Greece.svg DEF 1993–04 254 9
Nikos Kostenoglou Flag of Greece.svg DEF 1994–05 2008, 10/2011–05/2012 222 3
Christos Kosti Flag of Greece.svg OF 1994 – 98, 2000 – 05 112 56
Demis Nikolaidis Flag of Greece.svg OF 1996–03 189 125
Traianos Dellas Flag of Greece.svg DEF 1999–01, 2005–08, 2010–12 04/2013 - present 133 11
Nikos Liberopoulos Flag of Greece.svg OF 2003 – 08, 2010 – 12 194 85
Bruno Alves Flag of Portugal.svg DEF 2004–05 42 1
Rivaldo Flag of Brazil.svg OF 2007–08 44 15
Ishmael White Flag of Argentina.svg OF 2007–11 169 72
Rodolfo Arruabarrena Flag of Argentina.svg DEF 2007–08 27 0
Ignacio Scocco Flag of Argentina.svg OF 2008–11 82 27
Sebastian Saja Flag of Argentina.svg BY 2008–11 117 0
Name Country At Patient Achievements
Cups
Costas Negrepontis GreeceFlag of Greece.svg Greece 1933
1937
1944
1955
1958
1936
1940
1948
1956
1959
2 Greek Leagues
1 Greek Cup
Jack bimby EnglandFlag of England.svg England 1948 1951 2 Greek Cups
Mario magnozzi ItalyFlag of Italy.svg Italy 1951 1953
Tryfon tzanetis GreeceFlag of Greece.svg Greece 1954
1956
1960
1965
1955
1957
1962
1966
Heinrich Mueller AustriaFlag of Austria.svg Austria 1963 1964 1 Greek Cup
Jenő Csaknády HungaryFlag of Hungary.svg Hungary
GermanyFlag of Germany.svg Germany
1962
1967
1963
1968
2Greek League
Branko Stankovic Flag of Yugoslavia 1946-1992.svg Yugoslavia 1968 1973 1Greek League
Stan anderson EnglandFlag of England.svg England 1973 1974
František Fadrhonc Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Czechoslovakia 1974 1977
Zlatko Cajkovski CroatiaFlag of Croatia.svg Croatia
Flag of Yugoslavia 1946-1992.svg Yugoslavia
1977
1982
1978
1982
1Greek League
1 Greek Cup
Ferenc puskás HungaryFlag of Hungary.svg Hungary
SpainFlag of Spain.svg Spain
1978 1979
Helmut Senekowitsch AustriaFlag of Austria.svg Austria 1983 1983 1 Greek Cup
Giannis Pathiakakis GreeceFlag of Greece.svg Greece 09/01/2000 24 January 2001 1 Greek Cup
Fernando Santos Flag of Portugal.svg Portugal 2001
2004
2002
2006
1 Greek Cup
Lorenzo Serra Ferrer SpainFlag of Spain.svg Spain 2006 2008
Dusan Bajevic Bosnia y HerzegovinaFlag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg Bosnia y Herzegovina 1988
May 20th 2002
21 November 2008
1996
25 January 2004
27th September 2010
4 Greek Leagues
1 Greek Cup
2 Greek League Cup
1 Greek Super Cup
Manolo Jimenez SpainFlag of Spain.svg Spain 06/10/2010 06/10/2011 1 Greek Cup

Presidents

  • Flag of Greece.svg Sarantis Papadopoulos (1924)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Konstantinos Spanoudis (1924–32)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Alexandros Strogilos (1932–33)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Konstantinos Sarifis (1933–35)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Konstantinos Theofanidis (1935–37)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Konstantinos Chrisopoulos (1937–38)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Vassilios Fridas (1938–40)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Emilios Ionas (1945–49)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Spiridon Skouras (1949–50)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Georgios Melas (1950–52)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Eleftherios Venizelos (1952)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Georgios Chrisafidis (1952–57)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Nikolaos Goumas (1957–63)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Alexandros Makridis (1963–66)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Georgios Toubalidis (1966)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Michail Trikoglou (1966–67)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Emmanuel Calitsounakis (1967)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Kosmas Kiriakidis (1967–68)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Ilias Georgopoulos (1968–69)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Georgios Chrisafidis (1969–70)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Kosmas Chatzicharalabous (1970–73)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Dimitrios Avramidis (1973)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Ioannis Theodorakopoulos (1973–74)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Loukas Barlos (1974–81)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Andreas Zafiropoulos (1981–82)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Michael Arkadis (1982–83)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Eleftherios Panagidis (1983–84)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Andreas Zafiropoulos (1984–88)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Efstratios Gidopoulos (1988–91)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Konstantinos Generakis (1991–92)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Dimitrios Melissanidis (1992–93)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Ioannis Karras (1993–94)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Dimitrios Melissanidis (1994–95)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Michalis Trochanas (1995–97)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Georgios Kiropoulos (1997)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Alexis Kugias (1997)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Lakis Nikolaou (1997–98)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Konstantinos Generakis (1998–99)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Stefanos Mamatzis (1999-00)
  • Flag of the Netherlands.svg Cornelius Sierhuis (2000–01)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Filonas Antonopoulos (2001)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Petros Statis (2001)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Chrysostomos Psomiadis (2001–03)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Ioannis Granitsas (2003–04)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Demis Nikolaidis (4/8/2004–2/11/2008)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Georgios Kintis (12 / 2008–01 / 09)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Nikos Thanopoulos (01 / 2009–03 / 10)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Stavros Adamidis (03 / 2010–02 / 12)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Andreas Dimitrelos (02 / 2012–08 / 12)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Thomas Mavros (08 / 2012-10 / 12)
  • Flag of Greece.svg Andreas Dimitrelos (10 / 2012–04 / 13)

Outlinks

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  • Official Page (in Greek)
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  • History of AEK
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