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Eleftheroupoli F.C.

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Full nameAthlitiki Enosi Eleftheroupoleos
(Athletic Union of Eleftheroupoli)
Nickname(s)Κιτρινόμαυροι (Yellow-Blacks)
Founded1 November 1929; 92 years ago (1929-11-01)
GroundMunicipal Stadium of Nea Ionia
ChairmanIoannis Xousos
Head CoachIoannis Charalampidis
LeagueAthens Second Division
WebsiteClub website

Eleftheroupoli F.C., officially known as A.E. Eleftheroupoli (Greek: Αθλητική Ένωση Ελευθερουπόλεως, Athlitiki Enosi Eleftheroupoleos), the "Athletic Union of Eleftheroupoli", is a Greek association football club based in the city of Athens, Greece. The club currently competes in the Athens Second Division.


A.E. Eleftheroupoli[2] is one of the oldest Greek sports clubs, established in 1929 by A. Neofytou, L. Dimitropoulos, A. Konstantinidis, N. Nikolaou, Ch. Theodorou, L. Konstantinidis, Th. Kiriakou, A. Nikolaou, G. Stefanidis, D. Kountouris, P. Tsakonas and P. Tevekelis. The club dominated in the national second division from the 1950s until the early 1960s. During the last twenty years the club has decayed and nowadays they are playing in the lower Athens championships.[3] In the years gone by the club brought out many players that were transferred to the higher rank football teams of Athens such as Stelios Skevofilakas, Panagiotidis, Giorgos Mageiras, Kountouris, Xenos, Mavridopoulos, Vlantis, Sevastiadis, Mitilinaios, Tryfon Tzanetis and others. In the last 20 years even though the club has had many economic problems they have managed to have a respectful presence in Athens football championships outstanding with ethos and high competitive spirit.


Success started early in 1933, a year which found Eleftheroupoli FC at the top of the action as the team managed to win the local municipality championships for the next three consecutive years (1933–1935) and was recognized by the court of Athens as an official club. The successes came one after the other and the team began to conquer territory in sporty feelings of local residents. 1937 was a year of innovation for the club as it was merged with a strong team called Hope of Nea Ionia chaired by S. Stavridis. With the continuous and untiring efforts of the 1939 board, the club was recognized by the Hellenic Football Federation and the Athens Football Clubs Association, while at the same time the team is competing in the Football League 2.

1933 squad
1933 squad


The club home ground was located in Nea Ionia, Athens. The municipal stadium of Nea Ionia[4] is the home ground for A.E. Eleftheroupoli[5] from the day of its foundation. It was built in 1962. In 2004 the whole stadium was extensively renovated and the pitch was replaced with a turf system of the very last generation. The dressing rooms were last renovated 2007. The new facilities and stands built in 2015 were sponsored by the Greek government. The stadium is also used by A.O.Nea Ionia F.C and P.A.O. Alsoupolis. The main entrance of the stadium is located at Olympias street in Nea Ionia, Athens.[6]

Trophies and Achievements

They have won the Athens Third Division a few times (1947, 1982, 1990, 1992, 2006). But the club's greatest achievement is the participation in the Football League in the early 1960s. League table:

  • 1.Ολυμπιακός Χαλκίδας 70 28 18- 6- 4 49:17 +32
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  • 2.Ροδιακός Ρόδου 68 28 19- 2- 7 47:23 +14
  • 3.Παναιτωλικός 66 28 15- 8- 5 40:18 +22
  • 4.Ατρόμητος Αθηνών 65 28 17- 5- 6 48:30 +18
  • 5.Παναχαική Πάτρας 64 28 14- 8- 6 55:26 +29
  • 6.Λεβαδειακός 59 28 12- 7- 9 45:38 + 7
  • 7.Διαγόρας Ρόδου 59 28 14-11- 3 49:30 +19
  • 8.Αστέρας Αθηνών 59 28 10-10- 8 32:29 + 3
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  • 9.Σαφράμπολη 58 28 11- 9- 8 44:32 +12 –
  • 10.Αθηναϊκός Βύρωνα 56 28 10- 8–10 32:30 + 2
  • 11.Πατραϊκός Πάτρας 52 28 7–10–11 35:43 – 8
  • 12.Ελευθερούπολη 48 28 8- 4–16 32:49 -17
  • 13.Εύριπος Χαλκίδας 47 28 5- 7–16 30:48 -18
  • 14.Μικρασιατική 35 28 3- 1–24 17:92 -75
  • 15.Άρης Μυτιλήνης 16 28 2- 1–25 11:61 -51


Current Board

Position Staff
President Greece Ioannis Xousos
Vice President A Greece Ioannis Anthis
Vice President B Greece Ioannis Polychronopoulos
General Secretary Greece Swtirios Skevofilakas
Secretary Greece Efthymios Petrou
Chief Financial Officer Greece Lazaros Pappas
Deputy General Manager Greece Georgios Karypidis
Academy Operations Manager Greece Evangelos Cheinoporos


  1. ^ Ε.Π.Σ. Αθηνών beta. Βαθμολογία Περιόδου 2017-2018 Β Κατηγορία 2ος Όμιλος. (in Greek). Online. Retrieved 9 March 2019.
  2. ^ "Α.Ε. Ελευθερούπολης - FC Eleftheroupoli". fc. Online. Retrieved 9 March 2019.
  3. ^ ΚΟΥΚΑΣ, ΜΙΧΑΛΗΣ. Βαθιά ανάσα η Ελευθερούπολη (in Greek). "Goal". p. 1. Archived from the original on 7 August 2012. Retrieved 1 March 2013.
  4. ^ Foursquare. "Γήπεδο Ίκαρου". Online. Retrieved 9 March 2019.
  5. ^ Ε.Π.Σ. Αθηνών beta. ΕΛΕΥΘΕΡΟΥΠΟΛΗ. (in Greek). Online. Retrieved 9 March 2019.
  6. ^ Google Maps. "Ολυμπίας 6, Νέα Ιωνία, 142 33". Online. Retrieved 9 March 2019.

External links

Official Website

Anthem Website

Other Websites

This page was last edited on 20 September 2020, at 00:22
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