|Full name||Anastasios Pantos|
|Date of birth||5 May 1976|
|Place of birth||Korydallos, Greece|
|Height||1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 4 February 2011|
Anastasios "Tasos" Pantos (Greek: Τάσος Πάντος; born 5 May 1976), is a retired Greek footballer. He primarily played the right back position, but he also operated as a left back. Over the years, Pantos has become famous for his speed, steady physical condition and his exceptional work ethic. He played for Olympiacos for 7 years (2003–2010), winning 5 Greek Championships, 4 Greek Cups and 1 Greek Super Cup.
Born in 1976, he established himself in the Proodeftiki team in 1998/99. The club's star dipped as they were relegated the following season, yet Pantos remained at the Korrydallos stadium and was an influential figure as they won promotion back to the Alpha Ethniki two years later. He scored his first top-flight goal for Proodeftiki against AEK Athens FC in December 2002. After playing regularly for Proodeftiki in 2002/03, he announced in April that he would be leaving the club at the end of the season after agreeing, along with team-mates Thymios Koulouheris and Alekos Tatsis, to join Olympiacos FC.
He began 2004/05 at right-back due to Dimitrios Mavrogenidis's knee injury, then switched to the left flank when Stylianos Venetidis was ruled out. Played in 26 league matches as Olympiacos clinched the double, but received their only red cards both in the domestic championship – a 2–0 victory at Panionios FC – and UEFA Champions League, the 1–0 win against Liverpool F.C.. The next season he took part in the majority of their double-winning games but received another UEFA Champions League red card against Rosenborg BK.
- Greek Championship (5): 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
- Greek Cup (4): 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009
- Greek Super Cup (1): 2007
- Greek Second Division: 2011
- Ανακοίνωσε Πάντο ο ΠΑΣ Γιάννινα (in Greek). Contra.gr. 9 July 2010. Retrieved 4 February 2011.
- Τάσος Πάντος: Θέλω να ζήσω μεγάλες στιγμές και στα Γιάννινα (in Greek). gianninasports.gr. 28 January 2011. Retrieved 4 February 2011.