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1983–84 Greek Cup

The Greek Cup 1983–84 was the 42nd edition of The Greek Football Cup, or Greek Cup for short.

Tournament details

Totally 76 teams participated, 16 from Alpha Ethniki, 20 from Beta, and 40 from Gamma. It was held in 7 rounds, included final. An Additional Round was held between First and Second, with 6 matches, in order that the teams would continue to be 32. Concerning the previous years, there are single matches only in the First Round.

Third Round was the most interesting phase of competition. Winners of previous season, AEK Athens, was eliminated by Larissa. Iraklis qualified for second possessed year against Aris. Also, Ethnikos Piraeus qualified after 44 years against Olympiacos in Piraeus rivalry, with two draws (0-0 and 1-1). It's remarkable that, while both matches had become in Georgios Karaiskakis Stadium, the common home of two clubs, Ethnikos was formally away team in the second leg, so they qualified with away goals rule. Larissa's win against Achaiki in the Second Round was impressive (10-0, 5 goals by Michalis Ziogas).

The Final contested by Panathinaikos and Larissa, such as 2 years ago. The match was held at Athens Olympic Stadium. Panathinaikos took the title 2–0, achieving The Double for that season. The match was the last for Panathinaikos captain, Anthimos Kapsis. There were 73,829 spectators, most ever in a Greek Cup Final.

First round

Home team Score Away team
Levadiakos 1–0 Panegialios
Kallithea 2–0 Aiolikos
Proodeftiki 0–1 PAOK
Niki Volos 3–1 Trikala
Thriamvos 2–0 Eordaikos
Larissa 2–0 (a.e.t.) Kozani
Edessaikos 1–2 Panionios
Atromitos 4–1 Acharnaikos
Aspida Xanthi 1–0 (a.e.t.) Anagennisi Epanomi
Thiva 2–0 Lamia
Aris 4–1 Toxotis Volos
Irodotos 0–1 Apollon Athens
Makedonikos 3–0 Kastoria
Panachaiki 2–1 (a.e.t.) Panelefsiniakos
Egaleo 1–0 Anagennisi Karditsa
Panathinaikos 5–0 Almopos Aridea
Pontioi Kozani 1–2 Pierikos
Pannafpliakos 0–3 (a.e.t.) Panserraikos
Kavala 6–2 Florina
A.U. Nikea 2–2 Xanthi
Xanthi won 5-4 on penalties
Naousa 1–0 Fostiras
Paniliakos 2–1 Neapoli Piraeus
Ilisiakos 0–2 PAS Giannina
Korinthos 0–1 (a.e.t.) Achaiki
Chania 3–2 Ethnikos Asteras
Iraklis 4–1 Doxa Drama
Ethnikos Piraeus 4–0 Athinaikos
Anagennisi Arta 2–1 Agrotikos Asteras
A.F.U. Lagkada 1–2 (a.e.t.) Veria
Diagoras 0–0 AEK Athens
AEK Athens won 5-4 on penalties
Vyzas 3–2 Panetolikos
Ethnikos Olympiakos Volos 1–2 Anagennisi Giannitsa
Panthrakikos 1–0 Odysseas Kordelio
Kilkisiakos 2–0 Alexandroupoli
Chalkida 0–2 OFI
Olympiacos 6–0 Polykastro
Ionikos 1–0 (a.e.t.) Rodos
Apollon Kalamaria 3–0 Atromitos Piraeus

Additional Round

Home team Score Away team
Kavala 2–0 Chania
Panathinaikos 2–0 Thiva
Anagennisi Giannitsa 0–2 AEK Athens
Panionios 3–0 Levadiakos
Apollon Kalamaria 1–0 Panachaiki
Xanthi 2–0 Pierikos

Second round

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
Olympiacos 6-2 Apollon Kalamaria 4-1 2-1
Larissa 10-1 Achaiki 10-0 0-1
Niki Volos 2-6 PAOK 2-2 0-4
Vyzas 2-3 Egaleo 0-0 2-3
Panthrakikos 1-2 Kallithea 0-0 1-2
Thriamvos 2-3 Panserraikos 1-1 1-2
Atromitos 1-3 Kavala 0-0 1-3
Kilkisiakos 2-6 Iraklis 1-2 1-4
Veria 1-2 Anagennisi Arta 1-1 0-1
Aris (a.g.) 2-2 OFI 0-0 2-2
Paniliakos 0-6 Panathinaikos 0-5 0-1
Aspida Xanthi 2-3 Makedonikos 2-0 0-3
Apollon Athens 0-3 AEK Athens 0-1 0-2
Xanthi 1-3 Ionikos 1-2 0-1
Naousa 0-4 Panionios 0-1 0-3
Ethnikos Piraeus 5-0 PAS Giannina 4-0 1-0

Third round

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
Panionios 4-1 Ionikos 1-0 3-1
AEK Athens 1-2 Larissa 0-1 1-1
Kavala 5-2 Panserraikos 2-0 3-2
Anagennisi Arta 1-4 PAOK 1-1 0-3
Panathinaikos 1-0 Kallithea 0-0 1-0
Iraklis (a.g.) 4-4 Aris 3-0 1-4
Makedonikos 3-4 Egaleo 2-1 1-3
Ethnikos Piraeus (a.g.) 1-1 Olympiacos 0-0 1-1

Quarter-finals

First legs were played on May 9, 1984 and second on 23rd.

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
Ethnikos Piraeus 0-4 Panathinaikos 0-2 0-2
Larissa 3-0 Kavala 3-0 0-0
PAOK 1-4 Iraklis 0-0 1-4
Egaleo 1-0 Panionios 1-0 0-0

Semi-finals

First legs were played on May 27, 1984, second legs on June 3.

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
Larissa 1-0 Iraklis 1-0 0-0
Egaleo 0-7 Panathinaikos 0-3 0-4

Final

The 42nd Greek Cup Final was played at the Athens Olympic Stadium "Spyridon Louis".

June 6, 1984
Panathinaikos 2 – 0 Larissa
Galitsios Goal 27' (o.g.)
Antoniou Goal 39'


Athens Olympic Stadium "Spyridon Louis"
Attendance: 73,829
Referee: M. Germanakos (Athens)
PANATHINAIKOS:
Greece Laftsis
Greece Tarasis
Greece Karoulias
Greece Kyrastas
Greece Kapsis (c)
Greece Papavasiliou
Greece Mavridis
Greece Antoniou
Greece Charalambidis Substituted off 88'
ArgentinaGreece Rocha
Greece Dimopoulos Substituted off 83'
Substitutes:
Greece Gerothodoros Substituted in 83'
Greece Tassopoulos Substituted in 88'
Manager:
Poland Jacek Gmoch
LARISSA:
Greece Plitsis
Greece Parafestas (c)
Greece Patsiavouras
Greece Mitsibonas
Greece Galitsios
Greece Voutyritsas
Greece Kyrillidis Substituted off 46'
Greece Andreoudis
Greece Ziogas
Poland Kmiecik Substituted off 72'
Greece Maloumidis
Substitutes:
Greece Tsiolis Substituted in 46'
Greece Gambetas Substituted in 72'
Manager:
Austria Walter Skocik

MATCH RULES

  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra-time if necessary.
  • Penalty shoot-out if scores still level.
  • Two named substitutes.
  • Maximum of two substitutions.

References

  • Greek Cup 1983-84 at RSSSF

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