A.F.C. Euro Kickers

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Euro Kickers
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Full name Asociación Fútbol Club Euro Kickers
Nickname(s) Los Vikingos
Founded 1984
Dissolved 2002
Ground Estadio Rommel Fernández
Panama City, Panama
Ground Capacity 25,000
League ANAPROF

A.F.C. Euro Kickers (better known as Los Vikingos) was a Panamanian football team founded in 1984 and based on Panama City, Panama. The team was one of the six teams that founded ANAPROF and its founder was Dutchman Jan Bernard Domburg.

Los Vikingos obtained only one title in the 1993 season and two runner-ups in the 1991 and 1996-97 season. However, they were relegated in the 2000-01 season and they played ones season in Primera A before they ceased to exist.

History[edit]

Euro Kickers was among the six team that founded the ANAPROF. Current National Assembly president Pedro Miguel González Pinzón played for Euro Kickers in the early years of the league. Their first approximation to an ANAPROF Championship was in the 1991 season where they finished second to Tauro F.C.. However, in the 1993 season they were crowned champions after finishing in front of Bravos de PROJUSA. Their last to an ANAPROF crown came in 1996-97 when they lost in the final to Tauro F.C. 1-0. After that they started to have a drop in their level and soon were relegated in the 2000-01 season. They played a season in Primera A where they were relegated to Copa Rommel Fernández and ceased to exist in 2002.

Among the many notables that Euro Kickers had in its history, the most notable is José Ardines, who was the club's and ANAPROF's historical goalscorer where he scored 191 goals and won top-scorer of the season for six consecutive times from 1990 to 1996.

Honours[edit]

1993
Runners-up (2): 1991, 1992

Notable former players[edit]

List of coaches[edit]

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