GREEK NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM: Greece must overcome a tough final obstacle in the form of Croatia to reach the 2018 World Cup after being paired with their Eastern European opponents in today’s playoff draw in Zurich.
GREEK NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM: In a recent interview, Sokratis Papastathopoulos stated that the Ethniki has nothing to fear in the upcoming World Cup qualifying playoffs and that it is a great honour for anyone who wears the Galanolefki jersey.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Panathinaikos pulled off a thrilling late 2-1 win over strugglers Larissa on Monday at the Apostolos Nikolaidis stadium in a match which saw the undisciplined Greens reduced to nine players. **HIGHLIGHTS**
OLYMPIC SPORTS: Greek pole vaulter Ekaterini Stefanidi was awarded the title of European Athlete of the Year in the women’s category. She was determined the winner after all voting results were calculated from the social media vote, the media vote, the Member Federation vote, and the European Athletics Expert Panel vote.
GREEK NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM: Greece go into Tuesday’s European Playoffs draw for the 2018 World Cup as one of the four unseeded sides along with Ireland, Northern Ireland, and Sweden. Those four sides will be drawn against the four seeded teams which include Italy, Switzerland, Denmark, and Croatia. AGONAsport takes a closer look at Greece’s potential opponents with regard to their FIFA Ranking, path to the Playoffs, and what players to watch out for.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: TAEK surrendered top spot in the SuperLeague after being held to a 1-1 draw at nine-man Skoda Xanthi in Sunday’s late match, meaning PAOK’s 4-0 romp against Lamia earlier enabled the Salonica club to move one point clear at the summit. **HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Levadiakos impressive form continued on Sunday with a hard-earned 1-0 away win at Panaitolikos in Agrinio, a result which sent Jose Anigo’s team back into the top four with 13 points from seven matches. Elsewhere, Apollon Smyrni failed to get past Kerkyra as their Matchday 7 clash ended goalless. **HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: PAOK flexed their muscles once again at the Toumba on Sunday to hammer Lamia 4-0 and move top of the SuperLeague, two points clear of AEK a few hours ahead of the Kitronomavri’s match at Skoda Xanthi. **HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM: Michael Skibbe has expressed his desire to remain in charge of the Greek National Team, however the Hellenic Football Federation (EPO) will wait until after the playoffs to make their final decision.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Atromitos maintained their unbeaten start to the season by recording their third win in succession with a 1-0 home victory over Asteras Tripolis on Saturday, while PAS Giannina came from a goal down to beat Platanias 3-1 and move seventh in the table.**HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Olympiacos are having one of their worst starts to a season in decades. The reigning Greek champions find themselves in 7th place at the moment, having only won two of their six matches thus far and currently trail leaders AEK by five points.
YOUTH GREEK NATIONAL TEAM: The Greek U21 National Team has gotten off to a great start in UEFA EURO 2019 qualifying, having won their first four qualifiers as they sit atop their group. One key reason for their success is the ample amount of playing time these youngsters have received with their respective clubs.