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List of Greek football champions

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.

Olympiacos are the current champions and the most successful club, having won 40 championships.[2]

Performance by club

Club Champions Runners-up Winning years Refs
Olympiacos 40 17 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 [3][4][5]
Panathinaikos 20 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 11 19 1939, 1940, 1963, 1968, 1971, 1978, 1979, 1989, 1992, 1993, 1994 [3][8]
Aris 3 3 1928, 1932, 1946 [3]
PAOK 2 5 1976, 1985 [3]
Larissa 1 1 1988 [3]

Champions

SEGAS Panhellenic Championship and Greece FCA Championship

Season Winner
1905-06 Ethnikos Athens
1906-07 Ethnikos Athens
1907-08 Goudi Athens
1908-09 Podosferikos Omilos Athinon
1909-10 Goudi Athens
1910-11 Podosferikos Omilos Athinon
1911-12 Panellinios Podosferikos Omilos
1912-13 Goudi Athens
1913-14 Goudi Athens
1914-15 Panellinios Podosferikos Omilos
1915-16 Goudi Athens
1916-20 not held
1920-21 Panellinios Podosferikos Athlitikos Omilos
1921-22 Panellinios Podosferikos Athlitikos Omilos
1922-23 Piraikos Syndesmos
1923-27 not held

HFF Panhellenic Championship

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

Alpha Ethniki

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

Superleague Greece

Season Winner (number of titles) Runner-up Top scorer (team) (goals) [goal average]
2006–07 Olympiacos (35) AEK Athens Greece Liberopoulos, NikosNikos Liberopoulos (AEK Athens) (18) [0.60]
2007–08 Olympiacos (36) AEK Athens Argentina Blanco, IsmaelIsmael Blanco (AEK Athens) (19) [0.63]
2008–09 Olympiacos (37) PAOK Argentina Blanco, IsmaelIsmael Blanco (AEK Athens) (14) [0.47], Argentina Galletti, LucianoLuciano Galletti (Olympiacos)
2009–10 Panathinaikos (20) Olympiacos France Cissé, DjibrilDjibril Cissé (Panathinaikos) (23) [0.77]
2010–11 Olympiacos (38) Panathinaikos France Cissé, DjibrilDjibril Cissé (Panathinaikos) (20) [0.67]
2011–12 Olympiacos (39) Panathinaikos Algeria Djebbour, RafikRafik Djebbour (Olympiacos) (22) [0.73]

Top three ranking

Ranking by top three finishes in the top division of national football since 1959–60, the first such season in Greece.

Club 1st 2nd 3rd
Olympiacos 25 15 8
Panathinaikos 17 15 14
AEK Athens 9 16 13
PAOK 2 3 9
Larissa 1 1 0
Aris 3 1 4
OFI 0 1 2
Panionios 0 1 1
Apollon Athens 0 0 1
Iraklis 0 0 1

References

External links

  • Hellenic Football Federation (Greek) (English)


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