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|Date of birth||24 June 1967|
|Place of birth||Athens, Greece|
|Height||6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)|
|Playing position||Manager (former Midfielder)|
|1988–1992||Aris Thessaloniki F.C.||94||(1)|
|1993–1998||Montreal Impact (1992–2011)||126||(2)|
|2000–2001||Montreal Impact (1992–2011)||24||(0)|
|2008–2009||Montreal Impact (1992–2011)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
John Limniatis (born 24 June 1967 in Athens, Greece) is a retired Canadian professional footballer. He played 44 times and scored one goal for the Canadian national soccer team and was formerly the head coach of the Montreal Impact.
After beginning his pro career in 1987 with the Ottawa Pioneers of the Canadian Soccer League, Limniatis played professionally in Greece with First Division side Aris Thessaloniki F.C. in 1987 and '88 and Panetolikos in the Second Division from 1988 to '92. He then joined the Montreal Impact in 1993 and remained with the club until 1998, then played again for them in 2000 and 2001 playing 151 games and 13,976 minutes. Liminatis played both outdoors in the A-League and indoors in the National Professional Soccer League both with the Impact and the Kansas City Attack in 1995-96. He later played on loan from Montreal for the Charleston Battery in 1999.
Limniatis was named 1994 A-League Rookie of the Year and 1996 and '97 Defender of the Year.
A defender or midfielder, Limniatis made his debut for Canada in a September 1987 friendly match against El Salvador, He earned a total of 44 caps, scoring 1 goal. He has represented Canada in 8 FIFA World Cup qualification matches  in three unsuccessful World Cup qualifying campaigns.
His final international game was a March 1997 World Cup qualification match against the United States.
- Scores and results list Canada's goal tally first.
|1||3 July 1991||Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, USA||Jamaica||3-1||3-2||1991 CONCACAF Gold Cup|
He spent his last years with the Impact as their assistant coach, indoor head coach, and later director of operations. He was coach for the Montreal Impact until Marc Dos Santos was named as interim head coach following Limniatis' termination by the Impact board.
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- Player profile - Charleston Battery
- Player profile - Canada Soccer
- John Limniatis at National-Football-Teams.com
- Record at FIFA Tournaments - FIFA
- Impact fire Limniatis, name Marc Dos Santos interim head coach. He was the seventh head coach in Impact history.
Nick De Santis
|Montreal Impact Head Coach
Marc Dos Santos