Peramaikos F.C.

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Peramaikos F.C.
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Full name Athlitikos Podosfairikos Omilos Peramaikos
Founded 1953
Ground Municipal Stadium of Perama
Perama, Attica, Greece
Ground Capacity 350
Chairman GreecePanagiotis Liagoutsis
Manager Greece Vasileios Stasinopoulos
League Football League 2 (Group 6)
2013–14 13th (Relegated)
Website Club home page


Peramaikos F.C. (Περαμαϊκός in Greek) is a Greek football club founded in 1953.

The club has spent one season (1986-1987) in the Gamma Ethniki.[1] Nikolaos Petrakis, a businessman from Perama, became club chairman and led the club to promotion with talented players like Vallidis, who played in the 1971 European Cup Final with Panathinaikos F.C. in Wembley Stadium. After achieving promotion, Nikolaos Petrakis had health problems and left. Peramaikos were relegated to the regionalized Delta Ethniki. In Greek Cup played with Panetolikos F.C. and in this game Peramaikos lost 1-0. The last 20 years plays in Delta Ethniki. The club was nearly involved in a merger with Aias Salamina F.C. in 2009.[2] In the 2013-14 season Peramaikos will play again in Gamma Ethniki.

Players[edit]

Current squad As of 1.6.2013

  • Goalkeepers: Anastasios Triantafyllidis, Aggelos Meimaroglou, Tzanetos Motos
  • Defenders: Marios Lapatas, Nikos Trichos, Evgenios Chatzigiannakos, Vassilis Chalkias, Evangelos Katsikoudis, Kyriakos Samaras, Othonas Roussos, Iraklis Samlidis
  • Midfielders: Stergios Karagiannis, Giorgos Stagakis, Dionisis Sideris, Sotiris Kone, Giannis Vasilikis, Spyros Niko, Panos Konstantinou, Evangelos Iatrou
  • Strikers: Giorgos Doulias, Stelios Andrianopoulos, Nikos Bernidakis


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