Olympiacos women's volleyball

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For the parent multi-sport club, see Olympiacos CFP.
Olympiacos women's volleyball
Nickname Thrylos (Legend)
Dafnostefanomenos (The laurel-crowned)
Erythrolefkes (The Red-Whites)
Kokkines (The Reds)


(Women's Volleyball Club: 1930)
Ground Melina Mercouri Indoor Hall, Piraeus, Athens
(Capacity: 3,000)
Chairman Greece Michalis Kountouris
Manager Greece Giannis Nikolakis
League A1 Ethniki Women's Volleyball
2013–14 1st (Champions)
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Olympiacos women's volleyball is the women's volleyball department (founded in 1930) of the Greek multi-sport club Olympiacos. They play their games at the 3,000-seat Melina Mercouri Hall in Piraeus.

In the 2013 A1 finals, Olympiacos defeated AEK Athens, with 3 wins and 2 losses, thereby winning the Greek Championship for the first time in their history.[1] AEK started the finals with a 2–0 lead (due to the final standings of the regular season), but Olympiacos managed to win three consecutive games (two of them being away games) to secure the title.

Olympiacos has also won four Greek Cups –in 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014– and two Doubles in 2013 and 2014.[2][3][4] In European competitions, the department reached the quarter-finals of the Challenge Cup in season 2007–08.[5]


Domestic competitions[edit]

  • Greek Cup
    • Winners (4): 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
  • Double
    • Winners (2): 2013, 2014

European competitions[edit]

Current squad[edit]

Squad as of 22 August 2013[6]

Number Player Position Date of birth
1 Greece Katerina Giota Middle Blocker 03/07/1990
2 Cyprus Manolina Konstantinou Opposite-Outside Hitter 10/04/1993
3 Greece Sofia Kosma Opposite-Outside Hitter 15/11/1993
6 Hungary Katalin Kiss Opposite 02/02/1979
7 Greece Georgia Labrousi Middle Blocker 27/01/1993
9 Czech Republic Michaela Monzoni Middle Blocker 18/04/1984
10 Greece Areta Konomi Libero 31/01/1989
11 Greece Politimi Bilia Middle Blocker 29/08/1994
14 Greece Stella Christodoulou Setter 19/07/1991
15 Greece Areti Bouzounieraki Outside Hitter 06/01/1985
16 Greece Areti Teza Setter 03/04/1980
18 Bulgaria Radosveta Teneva Opposite-Outside Hitter 21/11/1980

Technical and managerial staff[edit]

Name Job
Greece Michalis Kountouris President
Greece Nikos Katsiouras Team Manager
Greece Giannis Nikolakis Head coach
Greece Spyros Sarantitis Assistant coach
Greece Kyriakos Moutesidis Trainer
Greece Tzoulia Verta Physiotherapist
Greece Giannis Athanasopoulos Statistician
Greece Vangelis Roussos Conditioner

Notable players[edit]

(Players are listed in alphabetical order)

Notable coaches[edit]

(Coaches are listed in chronological order)[7][8][9]

See also[edit]

References and notes[edit]

Source for all names and statistics is GreekVolley.com, unless otherwise noted


  1. ^ "Olympiacos wins women's national league for first time ever". cev.lu. Retrieved 10 April 2013. 
  2. ^ "Olympiacos 2012 Greek Cup Winner". worldofvolley.com. Retrieved 10 July 2013. 
  3. ^ "Olympiacos won 2013 Greek Cup". worldofvolley.com. Retrieved 26 June 2013. 
  4. ^ "Βόλεϊ γυναικών: Το κύπελλο βάφτηκε κόκκινο" (in Greek). tovima.gr. Retrieved 10 April 2013. 
  5. ^ "Challenge Cup andata quarti: Imola domina l'Olympiacos" (in Italian). volleyrosa.net. Retrieved 4 July 2013. 
  6. ^ [1] Η «πρώτη» των πρώτων, 2013–2014 team gathering, gavros.gr, 20/08/2013 (in Greek)
  7. ^ "Αφιέρωμα στο γυναικείο τμήμα βόλεϊ του Ολυμπιακού" (in Greek). volleynews.gr. 
  8. ^ "Telis Sotirchos". CEV. 
  9. ^ "Stefanos Polyzos". CEV. 


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