Haidari F.C.

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AO Haidari
Haidari FC logo.png
Full name Haidari Athletic Club
Founded 1937
Ground Takis Charalambidis Stadium
Capacity 600
Chairman Sotiris Papaioannou
Manager Angelos Pyrenis
League Athens A Local
2013–14 Athens A Local, 1st (failed to get promoted)
Website Club website

Haidari Football Club (Greek: Α.Ο. Χαϊδαρίου A.O. Haidariou) is a Greek football club, based in Haidari, Athens. It currently plays in the local Athens Football Clubs Association championships, the fifth level of Greek football. The club's biggest achievement was participating in the Beta Ethniki for three consecutive seasons, 2005–06 through 2007–08,[1] as well as reaching the Round of 16 in the 2006–07 Greek Cup[2] following their win against AEK Athens F.C.

The club was founded in 1937 and their first club colours were red and black, it changed to blue and red 40 years later. Their first lower national division entry was in 1986 (Fourth Division) and the first time in the Third Division in 1990.

Current squad[edit]

As of 14 August 2012[3]

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

No. Position Player
Greece GK Lambros Papavasilis
Greece GK Spyros Machairas
Greece GK Charalambos Michas
Greece DF Nikitas Dimitrakopoulos
Greece DF Christos Kakarakis
Greece DF Sotiris Arvanitis
Greece DF Nikos Mouroutsos
Greece DF Giorgos Bibis
Greece DF Anestis Soumelidis
Greece DF Panagiotis Spyropoulos
Greece DF Dimitris Barberis
Greece DF Dimitris Zazas
Greece MF Maximos Katikaridis
Greece MF Fotis Rousa
No. Position Player
Greece MF Nikitas Kotsolakos
Greece MF Alexis Batis
Greece MF Pavlos Christoulis
Greece MF Giorgos Pliakostamos
Greece MF Giorgos Politis
Greece MF Vasilis Kritikos
Greece MF Giorgos Spilios
Greece MF Giannis Agapitos
Greece MF Aggelos Panousis
Greece FW Christos Karonas
Greece FW Mateo Roupi
Greece FW Dimitris Stamoulis
Greece FW Andreas Spyrou
Greece FW Dimitris Tsekouras


  • November 9, 2006: defeated AEK (5-4) in a 32 team level of the 2006 Greek Cup at Stavros Mavrothalassitis Field.


  1. ^ "History" (in Greek). haidarifc.com. Retrieved 14 August 2012.
  2. ^ Stokkermans, Karel (2 November 2007). "Greece Cup 2006/07". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. Retrieved 14 August 2012.
  3. ^ "Haidari FC squad" (in Greek). haidarifc.com. Retrieved 14 August 2012.

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