Georgios Georgiadis (footballer)
- Not to be confused with Georgios Savas Georgiadis (his teammate at Panathinaikos) or Giorgos Georgiadis (footballer born 1987)
|Full name||Georgios Charalambous Georgiadis|
|Date of birth||8 March 1972|
|Place of birth||Kavala, Greece|
|Height||1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)|
|Playing position||Right Winger|
|2013–2014||PAOK (Assistant Manager)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Georgios Georgiadis (Greek: Γιώργος Χ. Γεωργιάδης, born 8 March 1972) is a former Greek footballer, now a football coach. He made 61 appearances for the Greek national team, and played for several Greek clubs including Panathinaikos FC and two spells at PAOK Thessaloniki FC. He was also signed by the English club Newcastle for a season. After retiring in 2008 he coached the Greece U21 side.
Born in Kavala, Greece, Georgiadis' family, soon after his birth, left for Stuttgart, Germany, where young Giorgos first learned to play football. He returned to Greece, as a teenager and signed up for amateur side Keravnos Krinides. Soon he was discovered by Alpha Ethniki club Doxa Drama who signed him at age 17.
He transferred to powerhouse Panathinaikos and played for the Athens greens from the 1993 until the 1998 season. He was member of the squad who reached the Champions League semi finals in 1995–96. His exposure to European football brought an offer from English Premiership side, Newcastle United, for £420,000 and Georgiadis joined fellow Greek Nikos Dabizas at Saint James Park in the 1999 season. During that year, Newcastle United made it to the FA Cup Final but lost out to Manchester United. It was in the FA Cup that Georgiadis scored his only Newcastle goal, in the 4–1 win over Everton.
Georgiadis returned to Greece to play for PAOK Thessaloniki FC from 2000 until 2003 before transferring to Olympiakos. Georgiadis was also a member of the Greece squad that won the UEFA Euro 2004. He was released by Olympiakos after the 2005 season and was signed up by Iraklis Thessaloniki. After one and a half season with Iraklis, Georgiadis left the club as a free transfer to PAOK FC in January 2007. On July 1st, 2008 he retired from professional football as a player.
He has been capped 61 times and has scored 11 goals for Greece. He won three Greek First Division with Panathinaikos and Olympiakos and six Greek Cups with Panathinaikos, Olympiakos and PAOK.
On 5 May it was announced that Georgiadis was appointed as a scout at his former club. Georgios Georgiadis after was called up to coach the Greece U21, after the previous coach Nikos Nioplias was named to coach Panathinaikos FC. In May 2013, Georgiadis was appointed caretaker manager for PAOK in place of Giorgos Donis  successfully steering them to a 1st-place finish in the Super League playoffs. On March 2014, was appointed, for once more, caretaker manager for PAOK in place of Huub Stevens. On March 2015, was appointed, for once more, caretaker manager for PAOK in place of Angelos Anastasiadis.
On 18 June 2015, he was appointed as Veria F.C. manager.
On 5 September 2016, he was appointed Trikala F.C. manager.
|1990-91||Doxa Drama||Alpha Ethniki||31||7||-||-||-||-||31||7|
- As of 16 January 2017
|Greece U-19||1 July 2009||30 June 2010||4||2||2||0||50.00|
|Greece U-21||21 January 2010||1 June 2012||19||10||2||7||52.63|
|PAOK||29 April 2013||14 June 2013||6||3||0||3||50.00|
|PAOK||3 March 2014||30 June 2014||16||8||4||4||50.00|
|PAOK||16 March 2015||30 June 2015||13||4||4||5||30.77|
|Veria||1 July 2015||19 January 2016||23||6||8||9||26.09|
|Trikala||5 September 2016||16 January 2017||13||5||4||4||38.46|
- Greek Championship: 1995, 1996
- Greek Cup: 1993, 1994, 1995; Runners up: 1996–97, 1997–98
- Greek Super Cup: 1993, 1994
- Greek Cup: 2001, 2003
- FA Cup Runners up: 1998–99
- European Championship: 2004
- "Georgiadis, Georgios Charalambous". Kicker.de. Olympia-Verlag. Retrieved 10 August 2014.
- Also known as Georgios Georgiadis of Charalambous (Γιώργος Γεωργιάδης του Χαραλάμπους).
In English his name has been written as either Georgios H Geordiadis or Georgios C Geordiadis, to differentiate him from a different player, Georgios S (Savas) Geordiadis, who played from 1993 to 2005. The two players were teammates at Panathinaikos from 1993 to 1998.
- Turnbull, Simon (7 March 1999). "Geordie hero has Georgia in mind". London: The Independent. Retrieved 6 November 2009.
- Γεωργιάδης αντί Δώνη στον ΠΑΟΚ, www.epiloges.gr
- Στον πάγκο του ΠΑΟΚ ο Γιώργος Γεωργιάδης, www.agelioforos.gr Archived 26 April 2014 at the Wayback Machine.
- Η επιστροφή του Γεωργιάδη "ακουμπά" στον Μαυροπάνο, www.sport24.gr
- "Georgios Georgiadis". National Football Teams. Benjamin Strack-Zimmerman.
- Georgios Georgiadis coach profile at Soccerway