Aris Agios Konstantinos

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Aris Agios Konstantinos (Άρης Αγίου Κωνσταντίνου) is a sporting club in the town of Agios Konstantinos in Fthiotida, Greece. It was created in 1931 and took the name from Aris, a soccer club from Thessaloniki who won the championship that year. Their greatest time in history was their participation in the National Second Division twice.

Distinctions[edit]

The team participated 11 times in the lower levels of the national championships, the team won the Fthiotida local championship seven times.

Beta Ethniki (Second Division)[edit]

The team participated in the division in the 1961-62 season, when they were fourth group of the "northern group", they were finished 8th with 15 points and during the 1970-71 season, when they were playing in the Second Group, they finished 18th with 46 points.

National Amateur Championships (now the Third Division)[edit]

The team participated for two years during the 1977-78 season in the 3rd Group (ranked 6th with 44 points) and in the 1978-79 season again in the 3rd Group with 19th place with 18 points.

Delta Ethniki (Fourth Division)[edit]

The team participated 7 times in the Fourth Division, here were the results:

Season Group Place Points
1989-90 3rd 15th 31
1990-91 5th 8th 47
1991-92 8th 14th 37
1993-94 8th 6th 57
1994-95 5th 14th 40
2006-07 4th 3th[clarification needed] 51
2007-08 4th 14th 42

Local championships[edit]

Aris won the championship 5 times in the Fthiotida-Fokida (Phocis) Championship (1968, 1969, 1970, 1972 and 1977), and twice in the Fthiotida Championship (1989 and 2006).

2011-12 season[edit]

In 2012, Aris with coach Kostas Tsikas got their Fthiotida FCA cup for the their first time.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ LamiaStar.gr

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