Ikaros Kallitheas B.C.

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K.A.E. Ikaros Kallitheas
K.A.E. Ikaros Kallitheas logo
Leagues Beta Ethniki
Founded 1991
History Ikaros Nea Smyrni
(1991–2007)
Ikaros Kallitheas
(2007–2009)
Ikaros Kallitheas-Esperos
(2009–2010)
Ikaros Kallitheas
(2010–2013)
Ikaros Chalkidas
(2013–2014)
Ikaros Kallitheas
(2014–present)
Location Kallithea, Greece
Team colors Blue, White, and Red
              
President Greece Dimitris Aggelopoulos
Team manager Greece Dimitris Papadopoulos
Head coach Greece Dimitris Priftis
Championships A2 Championships: (1)
(2010)
Website ikarosbc.gr
Uniforms
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Home jersey
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Team colours
Home
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Away jersey
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Team colours
Away
The club's logo when it was based in Chalkida.

Ikaros Kallitheas B.C. (former Ikaros Chalkidas B.C.) is a professional basketball club that is based in Kallithea, Greece. The club has several times changed its seat. It started from Nea Smyrni, later moved to Kallithea, for a while played in Chalkida and finally returned to Kallithea. Its full official name is Panathlitikos Omilos Kallitheas Ikaros, or P.O.K. Ikaros. The club's colors are white, blue, and red.

History[edit]

The club was founded in 1991, and was originally based in Nea Smyrni, Athens. In 2007, the club's base became Kallithea, Athens. In 2010, the club won the Greek 2nd Division championship. They competed in the top league in Greece, the Greek Basket League, for the first time in the 2010-11 season. In 2013, the club moved to Chalkida. At the finish of the championship of the season 2013-14, Ikaros Kallitheas relegated to A2 Ethniki. But at the next season it declared weakness to take part in the A2 Ethniki and relegated to Beta Ethniki.[1] Simultaneously the club returned to Kallithea and renamed again to Ikaros Kallithea.[2][3]

Arenas[edit]

When Ikaros was based in Kallithea, they played their home games at the Esperos Indoor Hall, a small arena with a capacity of 1,000, and at Glyfada Indoor Hall, an arena with a capacity of 3,232. At the period where was playing in Chalkida, they played their homes games at Kanithou Indoor Hall, an arena with a capacity of 1,600.

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