|Full name||Athlitikos Omilos Kassiopi PAE «Kerkyra»|
|Founded||1969–2013 (A.O. Kerkyra)
1984–2013 (Kassiopi F.C.)
2013–present (AOK Kerkyra)
|Ground||Kerkyra Stadium, Corfu|
|Capacity||3,000 - 2,685(all seated)|
|2015–16||Football League, 2nd (promoted)|
|Website||Club home page|
Colours, emblem and ground
Kerkyra F.C. or Kerkyra A.O. (Athletic Club of Kerkyra) such was named officially, was founded in 1969. For many years played in local championship of Corfu. But the season 1988–89 played in Gamma Ethniki. In 2002 the club was promoted in Beta Ethniki and the season 2004–05 played in A Ethniki (SuperLeague) for first time in history. The club played 5 times totally in A Ethniki, the seasons 2005, 2007, 2011, 2012 and 2013.
Kassiopi was the football club of the village Kassiopi in north-east Corfu. The club was founded in 1984 and in 2012, it became champion of Delta Ethniki Group 5 and was promoted to Football League 2 for the first time in history. The next season it was finished in the third place of the championship of football (League 2 2012–13) and promoted to Football League (second division).
In the same season (2012–13) Kerkyra F.C. was relegated from Super League to Football League. On account of a lot of debts, Kerkyra F.C. couldn't play in the professional league of Football League. So the owners of the historical club of Corfu agreed with the owners of Kassiopi F.C. for the merge of two clubs in order to Kerkyra F.C continue its presence in professional leagues without debts. The intention was the new club to be named PAE Kerkyra but the court approved of the name PAE AOK Kerkyra.
Kerkyra was dismissed by Superleague Greece and automatically got relegated to Football League as they were accused and proved to commit fake transfer of shares. Kerkyra was given the last position on the league table.Next season Kerkyra got 2nd place and gained promotion into Superleague Greece along with the 1st place team AE Larissa FC.
Kerkyra National Stadium
- Built in 1961
- Capacity of 2,685 (all seated)
- Biggest attendance 5,000 (AO Kerkyra v PAS Giannina 1974)
The stadium has two stands, the main one has a roof and is where the players and officials emerge from. The second stand is situated directly opposite. This stand was constructed in 1973.
- As of 31 August 2016
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- Manager: Alekos Vosniadis
- Assistant manager: Ilias Papathanasiou
- General manager: Alexandros Analitis
- Physical trainer: Lefteris Tsoukalas
- Goalkeeping coach: Christos Vasalos
- Technical manager: Vasilis Provatas
- Doctor: Alekos Koskinas
- Physical therapist - sports Rrehabilitator: Argyris V. Rapsomanikis
- Physical therapy assistants:
- Vasilis Pouloumpis
- Akis Ilias
- Aggelos Polymeris
- Nikos Pantelis (1996)
- Babis Tennes (2003)
- Nikos Anastopoulos (July 1, 2003–Jan 11, 2005)
- Giorgos Foiros (Jan 25, 2005–April 21, 2005)
- Babis Tennes (July 1, 2005–Feb 12, 2008)
- Nikos Pantelis (Dec 1, 2008–May 31, 2009)
- Babis Tennes (July 27, 2009–Nov 30, 2010)
- Božidar Bandović (Nov 30, 2010–Nov 9, 2011)
- Javi Gracia (Nov 14, 2011–March 28, 2012)
- Timos Kavakas (March 28, 2012 – June 30, 2012)
- Apostolos Mantzios (July 1, 2012–Feb 6, 2013)
- Giannis Papakostas (Feb 7, 2013–April 29, 2013)
- Michalis Grigoriou (July 24, 2013–June 13, 2015)
- Sakis Tsiolis (June 26, 2015–Aug 19, 2016)
- Angelos Digozis (Sep 9, 2016-Nov 24, 2016)
- Michalis Grigoriou (Nov 24, 2016-April 11, 2017)
- sport-fm.gr (in Greek)
- "Οριστικά... ΑΟΚ Κέρκυρα ΠΑΕ!". corfupress.com. Retrieved 17 April 2015.
- Αντί για "ΠΑΕ Κέρκυρα", ονομάστηκε… "ΠΑΕ ΑΟ Κασσιώπης Κέρκυρας"! (in Greek). aokerkyra.com. Retrieved 17 April 2015.
- "Η πρώτη φορά της Κασσιώπης (Kassiopi's first time)". Ethnospor (in Greek). 21 May 2012.
- "Εκεί, εκεί στη Γ΄ Εθνική...". sdna.gr. Retrieved 17 April 2015.
- Οριστικό: Πέφτει η Κέρκυρα
- Confirmation of the league table
- "Kerkyra squad" (in Greek). Superleague Greece.
- Official website (in Greek)