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Local football championships of Greece

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Local football championships of Greece

The first version of this article has been based in the text of the Greek WorldHeritage published under GFDL.

Local football championships of Greece are lowest leagues of the Greek Football. The participants are only amateur clubs from various Greek cities or villages. Every Football Association has its own league and at the end the winner of each Association Championship plays knock-out matches against other Associations winners. The current football associations in Greece are:

  • Achaea Football Clubs Association - 1927
  • Aetolia-Acarnania Football Clubs Association - 1968
  • Argolis Football Clubs Association - 1964*
  • Arcadia Football Clubs Association - 1939
  • Arta Football Clubs Association - 1981
  • Athens Football Clubs Association- 1924
  • Piraeus Football Clubs Association - 1925
  • East Attica Football Clubs Association - 2004
  • West Attica Football Clubs Association - 2004
  • Boeotia Football Clubs Association -
  • Chalkidiki Football Clubs Association -
  • Chania Football Clubs Association - 1950
  • Chios Football Clubs Association - 1939
  • Corfu Football Clubs Association -
  • Corinthia Football Clubs Association -
  • Cyclades Football Clubs Association -
  • Drama Football Clubs Association -
  • Dodecanese Football Clubs Association - 1947
  • Epirus Football Clubs Association -
  • Euboea Football Clubs Association -
  • Evros Football Clubs Association -
  • Evrytania Football Clubs Association - 1981
  • Florina Football Clubs Association -
  • Grevena Football Clubs Association -
  • Heraklion Football Clubs Association - 1929
  • Ilia Football Clubs Association - 1969
  • Karditsa Football Clubs Association -
  • Kastoria Football Clubs Association - 1978
  • Kavala Football Clubs Association - 1930
  • Kefalonia and Ithaca Football Clubs Association - 1980
  • Kilkis Football Clubs Association -
  • EPS Kozani - 1957
  • Laconia Football Clubs Association -
  • Larissa Football Clubs Association - 1960
  • Lasithi Football Clubs Association -
  • Lesbos Football Clubs Association - 1948
  • Macedonia Football Clubs Association - 1923
  • Central Macedonia Football Clubs Association -
  • East Macedonia Football Clubs Association - 1930
  • Northwest Macedonia Football Clubs Association - 1984
  • Messenia Football Clubs Association -
  • Pella Football Clubs Association - 1971
  • Phocis Football Clubs Association - 1985
  • Phthiotis Football Clubs Association - 1930
  • Pieria Football Clubs Association -
  • Preveza and Lefkada Football Clubs Association -
  • Rethymno Football Clubs Association - 1951
  • Samos Football Clubs Association -
  • Serres Football Clubs Association -
  • Thesprotia Football Clubs Association -
  • Thessalia Football Clubs Association - 1929
  • Trikala Football Clubs Association - 1975
  • Xanthi Football Clubs Association -
  • Zakynthos Football Clubs Association - 1987

(defunct)

  • Athens & Piraues Football Clubs Association - 1919-1924
  • Smyrna Football Clubs Association - 1898-1922

External links

  • Greek FA (EPO) Official site (results are also available there)


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