2000–01 Olympiacos F.C. season

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Olympiacos
2000–01 season
Chairman Socratis Kokkalis
Manager Takis Lemonis
Alpha Ethniki Winners
Greek Cup Runner-up
UEFA Champions League Group Stage
Top goalscorer League:
Predrag Đorđević (29)

All:
Predrag Đorđević (29)
Home colours
Away colours
Third colours

The 2000–01 season is Olympiacos 40th consecutive season in the Alpha Ethniki and their 3rd consecutive season in the UEFA Champions League. In the beginning of the summertime Olympiacos named Greek Takis Lemonis coach.

Squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
2 Greece DF Christos Patsatzoglou
3 Greece DF Kiriakos Karataidis
4 Greece MF Andreas Niniadis
5 Greece DF Georgios Amanatidis
6 Greece MF Ilias Poursanidis
7 Greece MF Stelios Giannakopoulos
8 Brazil FW Luciano de Souza
9 Greece FW Lambros Choutos
10 Brazil FW Giovanni
11 Serbia MF Predrag Đorđević
13 Brazil MF Ze Elias
14 Greece DF Dimitris Mavrogenidis
15 Greece DF Paraskevas Antzas
No. Position Player
18 Uruguay FW Gabriel Alvez
19 Greece DF Athanasios Kostoulas
20 Sweden MF Pär Zetterberg
21 Greece DF Grigorios Georgatos
23 Greece DF Christos Kontis
24 Ghana FW Peter Ofori-Quaye
29 Greece GK Kleopas Giannou
30 Greece FW Alekos Alexandris
31 Greece GK Dimitrios Eleftheropoulos
32 Greece DF Georgios Anatolakis
34 Greece GK Konstantinos Ntougeroglou

Alpha Ethniki[edit]

Olympiacos played 30 matches for the last time in the season, fewer than last season, the next season played 26 matches.

Match dates not available with some exceptions

Greek Cup[edit]

Match dates not available with some exceptions Olympiacos lost the 2001 Greek Cup final to PAOK 2-4 on May 12.

Group stage[edit]

Olympiacos played its matches in Group 5.

Knockout rounds[edit]

Round Date Opponents H/A Result Scorers Attendance
Second Round-First Leg January 17, 2001 AEK H 2-0 no match played
Second Leg-Second Round January 31, 2001 AEK A 1-6
Quarterfinals-First Leg February 2, 2001 Panathinaikos H 1-1 42,845
Quarterfinals-Second Leg March 21, 2001 Panathanikos A 1-4 12,759
Semifinals-First Leg April 4, 2001 Iraklis H 1-0
Semifinals-Second Leg April 11, 2001 Iraklis A 4-5
Finals May 12, 2001 PAOK H 2-4 Đorđević 79' (pen), Choutos 90+2' 13,300

Team kit[edit]

Supplier: Umbro
Sponsor(s): Siemens Mobile

Home
Away
Third
Fourth

Source: Olympiacos FC

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