1942–43 Panhellenic Championship
During that period EPO had disbanded so the Union of Greek athletes (Greek: Ένωση ελλήνων αθλητών) decided to organize the Pan-Hellenic Championship 1942/1943. The championship started on January 1943 and the games were held normally at Kesariani (Athens), but after a while the championship stopped. This was because EPO was re-established and took over Greek Football once again. Until then AEK was leading the championship having won 3 of their 4 games two of which were against their rivals Olympiakos and [[Panathinaikos F.C.|Panathinaikos]].
- AEK - Proodeftiki (3-1)
- AEK - Apollon Smyrnis (2-1)
- AEK - Olympiakos (1-2)
- AEK - Panathinaikos (4-1)
EPO and UGA dissagred on whether the championship until then was official so the championship restarted.
- AEK - Atromitos (6-0)
- AEK - Arionas (12-1)
- AEK - Ethnikos (3-1)
- AEK - Pagrati (4-0)
- AEK - Asteras (1-1)
- AEK - Thiseas (8-2)
- AEK - Amina (9-3)
The championship was then also abandoned following disagreements between the Greek federation and the UGA. At the time of abandonment, AEK led the league with a record of:
1. AEK 20 7 6-1-0 43:8 +35
- "Greece - Final Tables 1906-1959". rsssf.com. Retrieved 2010-08-25.
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