Olympiacos–PAOK rivalry

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Olympiacos and PAOK rivalry
PAOK - Olympiakos 1-0 (1).jpg
PAOK vs Olympiacos (1–0) at Toumba Stadium
during a Greek Cup match in 2009.
Locale PiraeusThessaloniki, Greece
Teams Olympiacos, PAOK
Latest meeting PAOK 2–0 Olympiacos, 5 March 2017
Next meeting TBA
Statistics
Most wins Olympiacos (85)
Largest victory Olympiacos 6–0 PAOK, 3 June 1962

The football rivalry between Olympiacos and PAOK is considered the fiercest intercity rivalry in Greece and a large number of games between the two football teams have been stigmatized by nasty incidents.

History[edit]

Cultural rivalry[edit]

The rivalry between the two Greek clubs can be traced to a rivalry between the cities Piraeus and Thessaloniki. Olympiacos from the port city of Piraeus (on the outskirts of Athens), and PAOK from Thessaloniki the capital of Macedonia are two of the most popular clubs in the two Greek cities respectively; thus, their rivalry reflects more than any other the intercity rivalry.

Thessalonians and Macedonians in general feel that Athens and Piraeus has consistently been favored by the Greek State over their city and state and the fans of Thessalonian and Macedonian teams consider their Athenian and Piraeus rivals, the so-called Π.Ο.Κ., the main reason that their teams have been marginalized.[1] As far as the Olympiacos and PAOK rivalry is concerned, the situation became worse in the 1960s, when the all-time best player of PAOK, Giorgos Koudas, decided to move to Olympiacos. PAOK fans rose in outrage and protested against the Piraeus port power, which once again seemed to harm their club, and the transfer was prevented.[citation needed]

Football rivalry[edit]

Olympiacos and PAOK are traditional rivals in other sports as well, mainly in basketball, and secondly in volleyball and water polo. As for their football history, after the "Koudas incident", PAOK fans became so hostile against the team from Piraeus that games at PAOK became the most difficult away games for Olympiacos to win and the Reds had a 21-year period without a single win at Toumba Stadium (including three matches which had been played in neutral grounds) and only two wins in 33 matches in the period 1966–1998. On the other hand, at Olympiacos the last longer period without a win for PAOK, is a 14 years period(1989-2003).

Another aspect of this rivalry except the "Koudas incident". The period after 1997 was a resurgence of this rivalry because of bad arbitrations in games among Olympiacos and PAOK. PAOK claimed many times that refereeing helped Olympiacos. The consequence of this was PAOK fans to protest violent against referees and Olympiacos, proceeding vandalism. Perhaps the most characteristic match was in 2000 at Toumba with referee Giorgos Kasnaferis. PAOK from 39' played with 10 players after 2 yellow cards showned to Georgiadis for diving. PAOK claimed that were both penalties and also complained for two more penalties and some offsides.

Statistics[edit]

Head-to-head[edit]

PAOK fans during a Greek Cup match in 2009, at Toumba Stadium.
Olympiacos
wins
Draws PAOK
wins
Alpha Ethniki (1959–60 - present)
At Olympiacos home 43 7 9
At PAOK home 14 15 30
Total 57 22 39
Greek Cup
At Olympiacos home 11 4 2
At PAOK home 2 1 6
Neutral field 2 1 1
Total 15 6 9
Total
72 28 48

Records[edit]

  • Record Alpha Ethniki win
  • Record Cup win
  • Longest sequence of Alpha Ethniki wins
    • Olympiacos: 7, 22 February 1998 – 14 October 2001
      • Home: 14, 12 November 1989 – 11 January 2004
      • Away: 3, 3 October 1998 – 14 October 2001
    • PAOK: 3, 4 January 1976 – 3 April 1977
      • Home: 11, 11 June 1972 – 23 January 1983
      • Away: 1
  • Longest sequence of Cup wins
    • Olympiacos: 4, 27 May 1992 – 12 May 2001
      • Home: 5, 24 January 1990 – 12 May 2001
      • Away: 1
    • PAOK: 4, 12 May 2001 – 4 February 2009
      • Home: 3, 10 January 1990 – 4 February 2009
      • Away: 1
  • Longest sequence of unbeaten Alpha Ethniki matches
    • Olympiacos: 12, 22 February 1998 – 11 January 2004
      • Home: 14, 12 November 1989 – 11 January 2004
      • Away: 12, 31 October 1998 – 9 May 2010
    • PAOK: 4, 31 May 1981 – 12 June 1983
      • Home: 21, 3 January 1971 – 24 May 1992
      • Away: 2, 6 April 1960 – 3 June 1962 and 24 January 2010 – 21 November 2010
  • Longest sequence of unbeaten Cup matches
    • Olympiacos: 7, 11 March 1951 – 6 February 1980
      • Home: 6, 20 November 1985 – 12 March 2003
      • Away: 2, 20 May 1992 – 26 February 2003
    • PAOK: 4, 12 May 2001 – 4 March 2009
      • Home: 3, 10 January 1990 – 27 November 1996
      • Away: 4, 10 March 1976 – 24 January 1990
  • Attendance records

Matches list[edit]

Super League Greece (1959–60 - present)[edit]

Olympiacos – PAOK PAOK – Olympiacos
Season
R.
Date
Venue
Atten.
Score
R.
Date
Venue
Atten.
Score
1959–60 20 06–04–1960 Karaiskakis Stadium 11,972 1–2 5 22–11–1959 Toumba Stadium 8,864 2–0
1960–61 10 27–11–1960 Karaiskakis Stadium N/A 1–1 25 14–05–1961 Toumba Stadium N/A 0–2
1961–62 28 03–06–1962 Karaiskakis Stadium N/A 6–0 13 14–01–1962 Toumba Stadium N/A 0–1
1962–63 17 03–02–1963 Karaiskakis Stadium N/A 3–2 2 30–09–1962 Toumba Stadium 19,510 2–2
1963–64 10 27–11–1963 Nikos Goumas Stadium 24,796 2–01 25 29–03–1964 Toumba Stadium 18,884 0–0
1964–65 27 06–06–1965 Karaiskakis Stadium 15,951 5–2 12 27–01–1965 Toumba Stadium 17,309 0–4
1965–66 25 15–05–1966 Karaiskakis Stadium 28,042 2–0 10 30–01–1966 Toumba Stadium 22,736 3–2
1966–67 6 27–11–1966 Karaiskakis Stadium 40,250 3–2 21 19–03–1967 Toumba Stadium 31,504 2–0
1967–68 8 26–11–1967 Karaiskakis Stadium 28,914 0–1 25 24–03–1968 Toumba Stadium 26,446 1–0
1968–69 11 15–12–1968 Karaiskakis Stadium 21,116 3–0 28 20–04–1969 Toumba Stadium 26,745 2–1
1969–70 18 01–02–1970 Karaiskakis Stadium N/A 1–1 1 21–09–1969 Toumba Stadium 35,740 1–2
1970–71 31 23–05–1971 Karaiskakis Stadium 34,960 1–0 14 03–01–1971 Toumba Stadium 25,462 0–0
1971–72 17 23–01–1972 Karaiskakis Stadium 37,405 1–1 34 25–06–1972 Toumba Stadium 21,161 4–3
1972–73 20 25–02–1973 Karaiskakis Stadium 41,052 1–0 3 01–10–1972 Toumba Stadium 42,150 1–0
1973–74 11 16–12–1973 Karaiskakis Stadium 41,110 3–0 28 21–04–1974 Toumba Stadium 42,976 1–0
1974–75 26 13–04–1975 Karaiskakis Stadium 39,210 3–2 9 15–12–1974 Toumba Stadium 37,448 2–0
1975–76 11 04–01–1976 Karaiskakis Stadium 39,030 0–4 26 26–04–1976 Toumba Stadium 33,378 3–1
1976–77 26 03–04–1977 Karaiskakis Stadium 39,200 2–0 9 05–12–1976 Toumba Stadium 45,147 2–1
1977–78 13 11–12–1977 Karaiskakis Stadium 15,714 0–0 30 16–04–1978 Toumba Stadium 30,477 1–0
1978–79 5 14–10–1978 Karaiskakis Stadium 27,704 1–0 22 04–03–1979 Toumba Stadium 25,362 2–0
1979–80 34 18–05–1980 Karaiskakis Stadium 35,470 2–0 17 20–01–1980 Toumba Stadium 36,016 2–0
1980–81 15 28–12–1980 Karaiskakis Stadium 35,500 1–0 32 31–05–1981 Toumba Stadium 21,359 1–0
1981–82 28 11–04–1982 Karaiskakis Stadium 35,450 0–0 11 13–12–1981 Toumba Stadium 22,744 3–0
1982–83 32 12–06–1983 Karaiskakis Stadium 28,393 2–0 15 23–01–1983 Toumba Stadium 33,334 1–1
1983–84 19 05–02–1984 Karaiskakis Stadium 25,032 1–0 4 25–09–1983 Serres Municipal Stadium 13,138 4–0
1984–85 19 17–02–1985 Athens Olympic Stadium 57,581 2–1 4 21–10–1984 Toumba Stadium 41,073 1–0
1985–86 11 01–12–1985 Athens Olympic Stadium 37,604 2–0 26 30–03–1986 Toumba Stadium 24,970 1–0
1986–87 20 01–03–1987 Athens Olympic Stadium 53,720 1–1 5 05–10–1986 Toumba Stadium 40,718 4–1
1987–88 25 27–03–1988 Athens Olympic Stadium 46,027 2–1 10 06–12–1987 Serres Municipal Stadium 10,827 6–1
1988–89 4 02–10–1988 Athens Olympic Stadium 74,232 0–1 19 12–02–1989 Toumba Stadium 32,112 1–0
1989–90 9 12–11–1989 Karaiskakis Stadium 30,716 4–0 26 25–03–1990 Toumba Stadium 17,169 4–1
1990–91 9 02–12–1990 Karaiskakis Stadium 23,974 3–2 26 10–04–1991 Toumba Stadium 17,870 3–2
1991–92 15 12–01–1992 Karaiskakis Stadium 18,004 3–2 32 24–05–1992 Toumba Stadium 8,577 1–2
1992–93 31 09–05–1993 Karaiskakis Stadium 11,527 2–0 14 20–12–1992 Toumba Stadium 7,988 0–0
1993–94 3 05–09–1993 Karaiskakis Stadium 12,237 1–0 20 16–11–1994 Toumba Stadium 10,291 1–1
1994–95 25 26–03–1995 Karaiskakis Stadium 16,497 2–0 8 06–11–1994 Toumba Stadium 26,404 3–0
1995–96 28 07–04–1996 Karaiskakis Stadium 6,191 1–0 11 26–11–1995 Trikala Municipal Stadium 6,699 0–0
1996–97 13 22–11–1996 Karaiskakis Stadium 14,694 1–0 30 20–04–1997 Toumba Stadium 35,850 0–0
1997–98 23 22–02–1998 Athens Olympic Stadium 32,275 2–0 6 18–10–1997 Toumba Stadium 26,471 2–1
1998–99 25 04–04–1999 Athens Olympic Stadium 16,582 2–1 8 31–10–1998 Toumba Stadium 25,858 1–22
1999–00 7 08–11–1999 Athens Olympic Stadium 11,977 4–1 24 19–03–2000 Toumba Stadium 25,550 0–2
2000–01 23 17–03–2001 Athens Olympic Stadium 12,925 1–0 8 27–11–2000 Toumba Stadium 5,723 2–4
2001–02 16 17–02–2002 Athens Olympic Stadium 37,825 3–2 3 14–10–2001 Toumba Stadium 22,200 1–1
2002–03 20 23–02–2003 G. Kamaras Stadium 9,518 4–3 5 26–10–2003 Toumba Stadium 22,296 1–1
2003–04 16 11–01–2004 G. Kamaras Stadium 9,164 1–2 1 24–08–2003 Toumba Stadium Cl. doors 0–2
2004–05 6 30–10–2004 Karaiskakis Stadium 26,972 5–1 21 06–03–2005 Toumba Stadium 23,950 1–1
2005–06 6 16–10–2005 Karaiskakis Stadium Cl. doors 1–2 21 26–02–2006 Toumba Stadium 7,050 1–2
2006–07 3 09–09–2006 Karaiskakis Stadium 29,140 2–0 18 21–01–2007 Toumba Stadium 23,483 2–3
2007–08 7 03–11–2007 Karaiskakis Stadium 28,077 2–1 22 23–02–2008 Toumba Stadium 22,000 1–1
2008–09 10 16–11–2008 Karaiskakis Stadium 29,482 2–0 25 08–03–2009 Toumba Stadium 22,214 0–0
2009–10 19 24–01–2010 Karaiskakis Stadium 26,139 0–1 4 20–09–2009 Toumba Stadium 23,010 1–2
p-o 12–05–2010 Karaiskakis Stadium 15,829 0–1 p-o 09–05–2010 Toumba Stadium 24,109 1–0
2010–11 11 21–11–2010 Karaiskakis Stadium 30,275 3–0 26 13–03–2011 Toumba Stadium 20,023 2–1
2011–12 5 02–10–2011 Karaiskakis Stadium 28,772 2–1 20 05–02–2012 Toumba Stadium 18,299 0–2
2012–13 27 31–03–2013 Karaiskakis Stadium 28,417 0–0 12 25–11–2012 Toumba Stadium 23,023 1–1
2013–14 11 10–11–2013 Karaiskakis Stadium 27,189 4–0 28 09–03–2014 Toumba Stadium 23,345 2–1
2014–15 6 03–12–2014 Karaiskakis Stadium 28,527 1–2 23 08–02–2015 Toumba Stadium 24,411 0–0
2015–16 21 07–02–2016 Karaiskakis Stadium 29,576 1–0 6 04–10–2015 Toumba Stadium 25,674 0–2
2016–17 8 23–10–2016 Karaiskakis Stadium 24,727 2–1 23 05–03–2017 Toumba Stadium 26,379 2–0

1 Match suspended at 27th minute (score: 1–0). Olympiacos were awarded a 2–0 win.
2 Match suspended at 83rd minute (score: 1–2). Remained as final result.

Greek Cup[edit]

Olympiacos – PAOK in Athens PAOK – Olympiacos in Thessaloniki
Season
Round
Date
Venue
Atten.
Score
Date
Venue
Atten.
Score
1950–51 Final 11–03–1951 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium N/A   4–0  
1970–71 Final 09–06–1971 Karaiskakis Stadium N/A   3–1  
1972–73 Final 17–06–1973 Karaiskakis Stadium 40,070   1–0  
1973–74 Final 16–06–1974 Nikos Goumas Stadium 26,402   2–2   aet; 3–4 p.
1974–75 Semifinal 28–05–1975 Karaiskakis Stadium N/A   4–0  
1975–76 Round of 16 10–03–1976 Karaiskakis Stadium 38,846   1–1   aet; 6–5 p.
1978–79 Round of 16 21–02–1979 Karaiskakis Stadium 29,453   2–2   aet; 6–5 p.
1979–80 Round of 32 06–02–1980 Karaiskakis Stadium 38,150   1–2  
1980–81 Final 21–06–1981 Nikos Goumas Stadium 30,512   3–1  
1985–86 2nd Round 20–11–1985 Athens Olympic Stadium 25,955   0–0   aet; 4–3 p.
1989–90 Round of 16 24–01–1990 Karaiskakis Stadium 22,090   1–0   aet; 5–3 p. 10–01–1990 Toumba Stadium 27,217 1–0
1990–91 Round of 32 05–12–1990 Karaiskakis Stadium 17,789   2–0   09–01–1991 Toumba Stadium 33,411 3–0
1991–92 Final 27–05–1992 Karaiskakis Stadium 29,831   2–0   20–05–1992 Toumba Stadium 25,744 1–1
1996–97 Round of 16 11–12–1996 Karaiskakis Stadium 4,503   2–1   27–11–1996 Toumba Stadium 20,498 1–2
1999–00 Round of 16 12–01–2000 Athens Olympic Stadium 17,317   2–1  
2000–01 Final 12–05–2001 Nikos Goumas Stadium 13,300   2–4  
2002–03 Quarter Final 12–03–2003 G. Kamaras Stadium 11,466   1–2   26–02–2003 Toumba Stadium 17,647 3–1
2008–09 Quarter Final 04–03–2009 Karaiskakis Stadium 23,983   2–0   aet 04–02–2009 Toumba Stadium 21,043 1–0
2010–11 Quarter Final 19–01–2011 Karaiskakis Stadium 28,404   1–1   02–02–2011 Toumba Stadium Cl. doors 1–0
2013–14 Semifinal 02–04–2014 Karaiskakis Stadium N/A   2–1   16–04–2014 Toumba Stadium N/A 1–0
2015–16 Semifinal 27–04–2016 Karaiskakis Stadium   3–02  02–03–2016 Toumba Stadium 24,496   0–31

1 Match suspended at 90th minute (score: 1–2). Olympiacos were awarded a 3–0 win.
2 PAOK didn't show up in the match, so Olympiacos were awarded a 3–0 win and advanced to the Final.

Series won: Olympiacos 14, PAOK 7.

Men in both teams[edit]

Players

Players

Players

Managers

References[edit]

  1. ^ Διαμάχη (in Greek). To Vima online. 2007-11-18. Archived from the original on 22 January 2008. Retrieved 2008-02-15. 

External links[edit]