Fostiras F.C.

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Fostiras Football Club
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Full name Fostiras Football Club
Nickname(s) Slayer of Giants (Φονέας των Γιγάντων)
Founded 1926
Ground Spyros Gialampidis stadium
Tavros, Athens
Ground Capacity 4,000
Chairman Greece Eleytherios Charbatsis
Manager Greece Kostas Psyropoulos
League Gamma Ethniki
2015-16 (Group 4) 2nd
Website fostirasfc.org/el/

The Athletic Football Club Fostiras founded in 1926 in the Athens suburb of Tavros. They played Alpha Ethniki between 1960 and 1963 and again between 1970 and 1974.

Current 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
1 Greece GK Konstantinos Androutsos
2 Greece DF Konstantinos Kritikos
4 Greece DF Giorgos Zigogiannis
6 Greece DF Christos Gromitsaris
7 Albania MF Renaldo Rama
8 Greece MF Vasilios Moukidis
9 Turkey FW Emrah Cebeci
10 Greece MF Stelios Makridis
11 Greece MF Thomas Mpastanis
12 Greece MF Tegousis Konstandinos
13 Greece GK Nestoras Gekas
14 Greece MF Nikolaos Beleris
No. Position Player
18 Greece MF Thodoros Fasoulis
20 Greece MF Lefteris Matsoukas
21 Greece MF Christos Moustogiannis
22 Greece FW Theofilos Samaris
23 Greece DF Ilias Kakaras
26 Greece MF Themistoklis Potouridis
33 Senegal MF Alain Pierre Mendy
44 Greece DF Panagiotis Acheimastos
69 Greece DF Alexandros Mpiris
70 Greece FW Georgios Mpastanis
77 Bulgaria MF Kalin Ivanov
84 Greece GK Daniel Tsiflidis

Honours[edit]

Domestic Titles and honors[edit]

Technical and medical staff[edit]

Technical staff
Head coach Greece Kostas Psyropoulos
Assistant coach
Assistant coach

Board of Directors[edit]

Technical staff
President Greece Eleytherios Charbatsis
Vice-President Greece Nikolaos Vidalis
General Manager Greece

Trivia[edit]

Fostiras gained their "Slayer of the Giants" nickname in the 40's because of their fighting spirit against stronger opponents.

Sources[edit]

  • "Luminary N. Slaughterhouses" long. "Evening", 23 and 24 July 1930.
  • C. Diakogianni, "Football", ed CACTUS, 1978, pp. 83.
  • "40 years and Propo Greek football," special edition of Proporama, 1999.
  • "Sports Voice" of 27 November 1961.

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