List of Greek football champions

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The Greek football champions are the annual winners of Superleague Greece, the highest professional football league in Greece. Officially the title has been contested since the season 1927–28, in various forms of competition.[1]

Until 1958–59, in what was called Panhellenic Championship, the regional champions formed a national group, from which the national champion was decided. In some occasions the title was decided in a final between regional champions. Since 1959–60, the top league has been formed in its current form (see Greek football league system), with the top level being called Alpha Ethniki until 2005–06, when Super League Greece was founded, without any change in competition format. PAOK are the current champions, with 3 titles[2].

Performance by club (1928–)[edit]

Club Champions Winning years Ref
Olympiacos
44
1931, 1933, 1934, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1947, 1948, 1951, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1966, 1967, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 [3][4][5]
Panathinaikos
20
1930, 1949, 1953, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1969, 1970, 1972, 1977, 1984, 1986, 1990, 1991, 1995, 1996, 2004, 2010 [3][6][7]
AEK Athens
12
1939, 1940, 1963, 1968, 1971, 1978, 1979, 1989, 1992, 1993, 1994, 2018 [3][8]
PAOK 3 1976, 1985, 2019 [3]
Aris Thessaloniki 3 1928, 1932, 1946 [3]
AE Larissa 1 1988 [3]

Titles won by club (%)

  Olympiacos – 44 (53%)
  Panathinaikos – 20 (24%)
  AEK Athens – 12 (14%)
  PAOK – 3 (4%)
  Aris Thessaloniki – 3 (4%)
  Other clubs – 1 (1%)

Champions[edit]

SEGAS Championship and Greece FCA Championship[edit]

Season Winner
1905–06 Ethnikos Athens
1906–07 Ethnikos Athens
1907–08 Goudi Athens
1908–09 Piraikos Syndesmos
1909–10 Goudi Athens
1910–11 Podosferikos Omilos Athinon
1911–12 Goudi Athens
1912–13 Not Held[9]
1913–14 Not Held
1914–15 Not Held
1915–16 Not Held
1916–17 Not Finished
1917–20 Not Held
1920–21 Not Held
1921–22 Νοτ Held
1922–23 Piraikos Syndesmos
1923–24 3 Champions
1924–25 2 Champions
1925–26 3 Champions
1926–27 3 Champions

HFF Panhellenic Championship[edit]

Season [10][1] Winner (number of titles) Runner-up Third Place
1927–28 Aris (1) Ethnikos Piraeus Atromitos
1928–29 Not Held
1929–30 Panathinaikos (1) Aris Olympiacos
1930–31 Olympiacos (1) Panathinaikos Aris
1931–32 Aris (2) Panathinaikos Apollon Athens
1932–33 Olympiacos (2) Aris AEK Athens
1933–34 Olympiacos (3) Iraklis
1934–35
Not Finished
1935–36 Olympiacos (4) Panathinaikos Apollon Athens
1936–37 Olympiacos (5) PAOK Panathinaikos
1937–38 Olympiacos (6) Apollon Athens Aris
1938–39 AEK Athens (1) Iraklis
1939–40 AEK Athens (2) PAOK
1940–41
Not Finished due to World War II
1941–42
Not Held due to World War II
1942–43
Not Finished due to World War II
1943–44
Not Held due to World War II
1944–45
Not Held due to World War II
1945–46 Aris (3) AEK Athens Olympiacos
1946–47 Olympiacos (7) Iraklis Panionios
1947–48 Olympiacos (8) Apollon Athens PAOK
1948–49 Panathinaikos (2) Olympiacos Aris
1949–50
Not Held
1950–51 Olympiacos (9) Panionios Iraklis
1951–52
Not Held
1952–53 Panathinaikos (3) Olympiacos Aris
1953–54 Olympiacos (10) Panathinaikos AEK Athens
1954–55 Olympiacos (11) Panathinaikos Apollon Athens
1955–56 Olympiacos (12) Ethnikos Piraeus Panathinaikos
1956–57 Olympiacos (13) Panathinaikos Apollon Athens
1957–58 Olympiacos (14) AEK Athens Panathinaikos
1958–59 Olympiacos (15) AEK Athens Panionios

Alpha Ethniki[edit]

Season [10][1] Winner (number of titles) Runner-up Third Place Top Scorer (team) (Goals) [Goal Average]
1959–60 Panathinaikos (4) AEK Athens Olympiacos Greece Kostas Nestoridis (AEK Athens) (30) [1.13]
1960–61 Panathinaikos (5) Olympiacos Panionios Greece Kostas Nestoridis (AEK Athens) (27) [0.90]
1961–62 Panathinaikos (6) Olympiacos Apollon Athens Greece Kostas Nestoridis (AEK Athens) (29) [0.96]
1962–63 AEK Athens (3) Panathinaikos Olympiacos Greece Kostas Nestoridis (AEK Athens) (23) [0.77]
1963–64 Panathinaikos (7) Olympiacos AEK Athens Greece Mimis Papaioannou (AEK Athens) (29) [0.96]
1964–65 Panathinaikos (8) AEK Athens Olympiacos Greece Giorgos Sideris (Olympiacos) (29) [0.96]
1965–66 Olympiacos (16) Panathinaikos AEK Athens Greece Mimis Papaioannou (AEK Athens) (23) [0.79]
1966–67 Olympiacos (17) AEK Athens Panathinaikos Greece Giorgos Sideris (Olympiacos) (24) [0.80]
1967–68 AEK Athens (4) Olympiacos Panathinaikos Greece Thanasis Intzoglou (Panionios) (24) [0.70]
1968–69 Panathinaikos (9) Olympiacos Aris Greece Giorgos Sideris (Olympiacos) (35) [1.03]
1969–70 Panathinaikos (10) AEK Athens Olympiacos Greece Antonis Antoniadis (Panathinaikos) (25) [0.74]
1970–71 AEK Athens (5) Panionios Panathinaikos Greece Giorgos Dedes (Panionios) (28) [0.82]
1971–72 Panathinaikos (11) Olympiacos AEK Athens Greece Antonis Antoniadis (Panathinaikos) (39) [1.14]
1972–73 Olympiacos (18) PAOK Panathinaikos Greece Antonis Antoniadis (Panathinaikos) (22) [0.64]
1973–74 Olympiacos (19) Panathinaikos Aris Greece Antonis Antoniadis (Panathinaikos) (26) [0.76]
1974–75 Olympiacos (20) AEK Athens PAOK Greece Antonis Antoniadis (Panathinaikos), Uruguay Roberto Calcadera (Ethnikos Piraeus) (20) [0.58]
1975–76 PAOK (1) AEK Athens Olympiacos Greece Giorgos Dedes (AEK Athens) (15) [0.50]
1976–77 Panathinaikos (12) Olympiacos PAOK Greece Thanasis Intzoglou (Ethnikos Piraeus), Greece Dimitris Papadopoulos (OFI) (22) [0.64]
1977–78 AEK Athens (6) PAOK Panathinaikos Greece Thomas Mavros (AEK Athens) (22) [0.64]
1978–79 AEK Athens (7) Olympiacos Aris Greece Thomas Mavros (AEK Athens) (31) [0.91]
1979–80 Olympiacos (21) Aris Panathinaikos Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dušan Bajević (AEK Athens) (25) [0.73]
1980–81 Olympiacos (22) AEK Athens Aris Greece Dinos Kouis (Aris) (21) [0.61]
1981–82 Olympiacos (23) Panathinaikos PAOK Greece Grigoris Charalampidis (Panathinaikos) (21) [0.61]
1982–83 Olympiacos (24) Larissa AEK Athens Greece Nikos Anastopoulos (Olympiacos) (29) [0.93]
1983–84 Panathinaikos (13) Olympiacos Iraklis Greece Nikos Anastopoulos (Olympiacos) (18) [0.60]
1984–85 PAOK (2) Panathinaikos AEK Athens Greece Thomas Mavros (AEK Athens) (27) [0.90]
1985–86 Panathinaikos (14) OFI AEK Athens Greece Nikos Anastopoulos (Olympiacos) (19) [0.63]
1986–87 Olympiacos (25) Panathinaikos OFI Greece Nikos Anastopoulos (Olympiacos) (16) [0.53]
1987–88 Larissa (1) AEK Athens PAOK Denmark Henrik Nielsen (AEK Athens) (20) [0.66]
1988–89 AEK Athens (8) Olympiacos Panathinaikos Hungary Imre Boda (Olympiakos Volos) (20) [0.66]
1989–90 Panathinaikos (15) AEK Athens PAOK Greece Thomas Mavros (Panionios) (22) [0.64]
1990–91 Panathinaikos (16) Olympiacos AEK Athens Greece Dimitris Saravakos (Panathinaikos) (23) [0.67]
1991–92 AEK Athens (9) Olympiacos Panathinaikos Greece Vasilis Dimitriadis (AEK Athens) (28) [0.82]
1992–93 AEK Athens (10) Panathinaikos Olympiacos Greece Vasilis Dimitriadis (AEK Athens) (33) [0.97]
1993–94 AEK Athens (11) Panathinaikos Olympiacos Greece Alexandros Alexandris (AEK Athens), Poland Krzysztof Warzycha (Panathinaikos) (24) [0.70]
1994–95 Panathinaikos (17) Olympiacos PAOK Poland Krzysztof Warzycha (Panathinaikos) (29) [0.85]
1995–96 Panathinaikos (18) AEK Athens Olympiacos Greece Vassilis Tsiartas (AEK Athens) (26) [0.76]
1996–97 Olympiacos (26) AEK Athens OFI Greece Alexandros Alexandris (Olympiacos) (23) [0.67]
1997–98 Olympiacos (27) Panathinaikos AEK Athens Poland Krzysztof Warzycha (Panathinaikos) (32) [0.94]
1998–99 Olympiacos (28) AEK Athens Panathinaikos Greece Demis Nikolaidis (AEK Athens) (22) [0.64]
1999–00 Olympiacos (29) Panathinaikos AEK Athens Greece Dimitris Nalitzis (Panionios, PAOK) (24) [0.71]
2000–01 Olympiacos (30) Panathinaikos AEK Athens Greece Alexandros Alexandris (Olympiacos) (19) [0.63]
2001–02 Olympiacos (31) AEK Athens Panathinaikos Greece Alexandros Alexandris (Olympiacos) (19) [0.73]
2002–03 Olympiacos (32) Panathinaikos AEK Athens Greece Nikos Liberopoulos (Panathinaikos) (16) [0.53]
2003–04 Panathinaikos (19) Olympiacos PAOK Brazil Giovanni Silva de Oliveira (Olympiacos) (21) [0.70]
2004–05 Olympiacos (33) Panathinaikos AEK Athens Greece Theofanis Gekas (Panathinaikos) (18) [0.60]
2005–06 Olympiacos (34) AEK Athens Panathinaikos Greece Dimitris Salpingidis (PAOK) (17) [0.57]

Superleague Greece[edit]

Season Winner (number of titles) Runner-up Third Place Top Scorer (team) (Goals) [Goal Average]
2006–07 Olympiacos (35) AEK Athens Panathinaikos Greece Nikos Liberopoulos (AEK Athens) (18) [0.60]
2007–08 Olympiacos (36) Panathinaikos AEK Athens Argentina Ismael Blanco (AEK Athens) (19) [0.63]
2008–09 Olympiacos (37) Panathinaikos AEK Athens Argentina Ismael Blanco (AEK Athens) (14) [0.47], Argentina Luciano Galletti (Olympiacos)
2009–10 Panathinaikos (20) PAOK AEK Athens France Djibril Cissé (Panathinaikos) (23) [0.77]
2010–11 Olympiacos (38) Panathinaikos PAOK France Djibril Cissé (Panathinaikos) (20) [0.67]
2011–12 Olympiacos (39) Panathinaikos AEK Athens Belgium Kevin Mirallas (Olympiacos) (22) [0.73]
2012–13 Olympiacos (40) PAOK Atromitos Algeria Rafik Djebbour (Olympiacos) (20) [0.67]
2013–14 Olympiacos (41) Panathinaikos PAOK Argentina Esteban Solari (Skoda Xanthi) (16) [0.52]
2014–15 Olympiacos (42) Panathinaikos Asteras Tripoli Argentina Jerónimo Barrales (Asteras Tripoli) (17) [0.63]
2015–16 Olympiacos (43) PAOK Panathinaikos Greece Kostas Fortounis (Olympiacos) (18) [0.64]
2016–17 Olympiacos (44) AEK Athens Panathinaikos Sweden Marcus Berg (Panathinaikos) (22)
2017–18 AEK Athens (12) PAOK Olympiacos Serbia Aleksandar Prijović (PAOK) (19)
2018–19 PAOK (3) Olympiacos AEK Athens Greece Efthimis Koulouris (Atromitos) (19)

Top three ranking[edit]

Location of Greek football champions

Ranking by top three finishes in the top division of national football since 1959–60.

Club 1st 2nd 3rd
600px Quadrado Branco com uma figura olimpica grega.PNG Olympiacos 29 16 8
Verde con trifoglio Verde su cerchio Bianco.png Panathinaikos 17 17 15
600px Giallo con aquila bicefala nera2 svg.png AEK 9 16 14
600px Bianco con aquila bicefala nera.png PAOK 3 6 10
600px Marrone con cavallo Bianco.png AEL 1 1
Giallo e Nero Aris.JPG Aris 1 4
Bianco con diagonale Nero.png OFI 1 2
Rosso e Blu (Diagonale).png Panionios 1 1
Blu e Bianco 2.JPG Apollon Athens 1
Blu con Stella Gialla.png Asteras Tripolis 1
Blu con Stella Bianca.png Atromitos 1
Azzurro e Bianco con H.png Iraklis 1

Ranking by top three finishes in the top division of national football since 1927–28.

Titles won by club (%)

  Olympiacos – 44 (54%)
  Panathinaikos – 20 (22%)
  AEK – 12 (15%)
  PAOK – 3 (4%)
  Aris – 3 (4%)
  AEL – 1 (1%)
Club 1st 2nd 3rd Top 3 overall
600px Quadrado Branco com uma figura olimpica grega.PNG Olympiacos 44 21 8 73
Verde con trifoglio Verde su cerchio Bianco.png Panathinaikos 20 25 16 61
600px Giallo con aquila bicefala nera2 svg.png AEK 12 19 18 49
600px Bianco con aquila bicefala nera.png PAOK 3 8 10 21
Giallo e Nero Aris.JPG Aris 3 4 8 15
600px Marrone con cavallo Bianco.png AEL 1 1 2
Azzurro e Bianco con H.png Iraklis 3 2 5
Blu e Bianco 2.JPG Apollon Athens 2 5 7
Rosso e Blu (Diagonale).png Panionios 2 3 5
600px Bianco e Blu a Strisce.png Ethnikos 2 2
Bianco con diagonale Nero.png OFI 1 2 3
Blu con Stella Bianca.png Atromitos 2 2
Blu con Stella Gialla.png Asteras Tripolis 1 1

Performance by city (1927–)[edit]

The 6 clubs that have won the championship are from a total of 3 cities:

City Number of Titles Clubs
Athens 76 600px Quadrado Branco com uma figura olimpica grega.PNG Olympiacos (44), Verde con trifoglio Verde su cerchio Bianco.png Panathinaikos (20), 600px Giallo con aquila bicefala nera2 svg.png AEK Athens (12)
Thessaloniki 6 Giallo e Nero Aris.JPG Aris (3), 600px Bianco con aquila bicefala nera.png PAOK (3)
Larissa 1 600px Marrone con cavallo Bianco.png AEL (1)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "List of Greek champions" (in Greek). Hellenic Football Federation. Retrieved 16 April 2012.
  2. ^ https://www.contra.gr/Soccer/Hellas/Superleague/article1060173.ece
  3. ^ a b c d e f Kárpáti, Tamás; Schöggl, Hans. "List of Greece championships". RSSSF. Retrieved 12 April 2012.
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  5. ^ "Olympiacos profile". FIFA.com. Retrieved 22 April 2012.
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