SUPER LEAGUE: PAOK could be at risk of Financial Fair Play sanctions following the club’s early elimination from both the Champions League and the Europa League, while 19-year-old Dimitris Meliopoulos has decided to retire from football.
SUPER LEAGUE: Newly appointed Deputy Minister of Sport and Culture, Lefteris Avgenakis, recently held a meeting with officials from FIFA and UEFA as important topics were discussed.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: In a press-conference, FIFA Director for European Associations Bjorn Vassallo revealed his relative satisfaction with the progress of the Hellenic Football Federation (EPO), with Vitor Melo Pereira to continue as the EPO Refereeing Department chairman.
GREEK SOCCER CUP: No final decision concerning the Greek Cup final between AEK and PAOK was made during Thursday’s meeting, but the Hellenic Football Federation (EPO) has revealed that it’s in favour of playing the match in the presence of supporters.
GREEK SUPER LEAGUE: In May, Herbert Hubel is set to submit his report on Greek football, with the FIFA Monitoring Committee representative unhappy with the behaviour of the Hellenic Football Federation (EPO) in the 2018/2019 campaign.
GREEK NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM: Greece, Bulgaria, Serbia and Romania have all signed a Memorandum of Understanding connected with the joint bid to host either UEFA Euro 2028 or the 2030 FIFA World Cup.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Last year, the Hellenic Football Federation (EPO) managed to avoid expulsion from FIFA and UEFA, but Herbert Hubel has been angered by certain violent episodes witnessed in the Super League.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: This Wednesday’s meeting of FIFA nations’ football Federations looms as highly critical for the Hellenic Football Federation (EPO). This is due to the fact that interventions have been made in the past by FIFA in an attempt to curtail and put an end to various issues plaguing Greek football such as fan violence, organised hooliganism, match fixing, and corruption.
SOCCER: In a huge change to the game, the International FA Board is considering the possibility of abolishing rebounds from penalties, with a free-kick awarded to the defending side instead. AGONAsport investigates.
EUROPEAN SUPERLEAGUE: According to reports, leading clubs have been secretly discussing the idea of creating a European Super League, a project which could potentially change the entire image of the game. AGONAsport investigates.
GREEK NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM: After weeks of speculation, Benfica goalkeeper Odysseas Vlachodimos has received the green light from FIFA to represent the senior Greek national team.
GREEK NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM: Earlier this week, the promising news Greek football fans were desperately waiting to hear broke through, but there have been more developments have since then and it is now clear what needs to be done in order for Odisseas Vlachodimos to represent the Ethniki Omada over Germany.
GREEK NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM: The recent cancellation of Greece’s proposed friendly with Iran scheduled for June 2 came as a surprise to many, with the main stumbling block being the location and ongoing tensions between Greece and Turkey.
GREXIT: Attempting to wipe out the possibility of Grexit occuring, FIFA have sent the Hellenic Football Federation (EPO) six conditions which have to be implemented over the course of the coming months.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: On Thursday, the Super League Board of Directors will hold a crucial meeting concerning Panathinaikos’ future, as the matter of the relegation penalty for clubs which haven’t obtained a licence will be discussed.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: In a crucial development in the Grexit scandal, Hellenic Football Federation (EPO) president Evangelos Grammenos held a meeting with FIFA to discuss the current state of play in Greek football.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: With talks of Grexit holding the threat of becoming a reality, FIFA will hold a meeting on Monday to discuss the issues surrounding Hellenic football.
GREEK SOCCER CUP: The OAKA Olympic stadium in Athens will host the 2018 Greek Cup Final between AEK and PAOK on May 12th.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: With the threat of Grexit hanging over Greek football, Hellenic Football Federation (EPO) president Evangelos Grammenos and FIFA president Gianni Infantino met to discuss the current state of play on Tuesday.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: The situation worsens by the day at Panathinaikos. The latest installment of bad news comes as no surprise as FIFA has banned the cash-strapped club from acquiring new players in the transfer market. This is due to the ongoing debt issues that have plagued the club for some time.