|Full name||Podosfairikós Athlitikós Ómilos Rouf|
|Ground||Municipal Stadium Rouf|
|League||Athens A Local|
|2013–14||Athens A Local, 4th|
P.A.O. Rouf (Greek: Ποδοσφαιρικός Αθλητικός Όμιλος Ρουφ; English: Football Athletic Club Rouf) is a Greek football club, based in Rouf, Athens. The association was founded in 1947. The club has played in its traditional colours of red and white since its creation in 1947, after World War II. The chairman of the club is Athanasios Kafezas, a Greek businessman. The current stadium is the Municipal Stadium Rouf, seating 1,600 spectators
In 1968, Amyna Rouf and Erigona merged with Rouf.
In 2009, they promoted to Gamma Ethniki. During the 2011–12 season Rouf were active in the Football League 2 - South in Greece and spent their third consecutive season in the third tier of Greek football. On occasion the club has been criticised for being a "mesh up" of several Greek clubs including Olympiakos Piraeus and Panathinaikos.
The average attendance at Rouf's home games in the 2011–12 season was 467, An increase on the 2010–11 season by 109. Dimitris Arnoutis is the manager and head coach of the club and has enjoyed a run of success since taking over from Michalis Papadopoulos in late 2007. He is the longest serving manager at the club since Costas Gianakis from 1956 to 1970.
In the 2012–13 season, the club played in the Delta Ethniki (Group 2).
- 1972: Second Division - Group 2: 3rd
- 1973: Second Division - Group 1: 3rd
- 1974: Second Division - Group 1: 9th
- 1975: Second Division - Group 1: 14th - relegated
- 2009: Delta Ethniki - Group 8: 1st (57 pts)
- 2010–11: Football League 2 - South Group: 11th
- 2011–12: Football League 2 - South Group: 12th - relegated
Season to season
|Season||Tier 1||Tier 2||Tier 3||Tier 4||Tier 5||Tier 6||Tier 7||Tier 8||Pts.||Pl.||W||L||T||GS||GA||Diff.||Greek Cup|
- Athens Cup:
- Greek Cup:
Notable former players
- Michael Giannoukakis
- Ioannis Georgopoulos (later appeared in Apollon Athens)
- Giannakopoulos brothers
- Vasilis Kandias (later appeared in Fostiras Tavros)
- Kotsos brothers
- Georgios Labrou (later appeared in Ionikos)
- Panagiotis Livas (later appeared in Halkida and the Greek national team)
- Athanassios Remoundos (later appeared in Ethnikos Piraeus and Ethnikos Elpida)
- Simatos brothers
- Stergios Stergiou (later appeared in Olympiacos, Panegialios and Ionikos)
- Themis Vangis (later appeared in Panathinaikos and Aris Thessaloniki)
- Abbink, Dinant & Mastrogiannopoulos, Alexander (2005-05-18). "Greece - List of Second Level Final Tables". RSSSF.
- Mastrogiannopoulos, Alexander (2005-05-18). "Greece - List of Third Level Final Tables". RSSSF.
- ΕΠΣ Αθηνών 1957–58 - Greek Wikipedia (in Greek)
- ΕΠΣ Αθηνών 1958–59 - Greek Wikipedia (in Greek)
- ΕΠΣ Αθηνών 1960–61 - Greek Wikipedia (in Greek)
- ΕΠΣ Αθηνών 1961–62 - Greek Wikipedia (in Greek)
- ΕΠΣ Αθηνών 1963–64 - Greek Wikipedia (in Greek)
- ΕΠΣ Αθηνών 1964–65 - Greek Wikipedia (in Greek)
- ΕΠΣ Αθηνών 1965–66 - Greek Wikipedia (in Greek)
- ΕΠΣ Αθηνών 1975–76 - Greek Wikipedia (in Greek)
- ΕΠΣ Αθηνών 1976–77 - Greek Wikipedia (in Greek)
- ΕΠΣ Αθηνών 1977–78 - Greek Wikipedia (in Greek)
- Official website (in Greek)