AEK Futsal

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AEK Futsal
AEK Futsal quality emblem.jpg
Nickname(s) Enosis (Union)
Dikefalos Aetos (Double-Headed Eagle)
Kitrinomavroi (Yellow-Blacks)
Vasilissa (Queen)
Founded 2008
Ground Aithoussa Kassimati, OAKA
Head Coach Greece Giannis Ziavas
Website Club website

A.E.K. Futsal is a Greek soccer squad established in 2008 by a merger with the O.F. Geraka Futsal team.[1] They participated in the B'Ethniki (second division) that year, where they finished 1st in the regular season and 2nd in the playoffs. A.E.K. played again in the second division in 2009–10. A.E.K. finished second in the B'Ethniki after the playoffs in April 2010, and gained promotion to the first division for 2010–11.

Recent seasons[edit]

Season Division Place Notes
2010–11 A1 Ethniki 8th
2011–12 A1 Ethniki 10th
2012–13 A1 Ethniki 6th
2013–14 A1 Ethniki 7th
2014–15 A1 Ethniki 5th
2015–16 A1 Ethniki 10th
2016–17 A1 Ethniki 3rd


Current squad[edit]

As of 16 September 2017

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

No. Position Player
1 Greece GK Dimitris Theofilou
2 Greece FW Elias Bousbouras
5 Greece Andreas Mantis
6 Greece Andreas Tarnanidis
7 Greece FW Diamantis Stoupathis
8 Greece DF Panagiotis Artinos
9 Greece Giannis Delaportas
10 Greece FW Oratios Iliadis
11 Greece FW Anastasios Ziakas
12 Greece Stratis Papaefstratiou
No. Position Player
13 Portugal Jorge David
14 Greece Evangelos Skoutelis
17 Greece DF Vasilis Katsampas
20 Greece GK Giannis Christopoulos
21 Greece GK Christos Ahis
22 Albania Dimitris Thanasai
23 Greece Vasilis Asimakopoulos
70 Greece Panagiotis Beltsidis
90 Greece Antonis Manos

Technical & Academies staff[edit]

Head coach Greece Giannis Ziavas
Academies Head coach Greece Grigoris Gougoulitsas
Under 17 coach Greece George Nonas
Academies coach Greece Vassilis Georgakopoulos
Academies coach Greece Giannis Spanoulis
General Manager Greece George Katsampas


  1. ^ "season 2008-09". Retrieved 15 June 2014.