WATER POLO: After recently competing in the final of the LEN Champions League, Olympiacos have now reached a total of 34 continental finals across various sports.
WATER POLO: As Olympiacos won their seventh consecutive A1 Water Polo League title in men’s water polo and will be going for their second consecutive LEN Champions League title later this week, AGONAsport looks back on various Greek clubs that have dominated their respective sports.
VOLLEYBALL: Olympiacos defeat PAOK in three sets to sweep the Volley League Finals series and claim their second consecutive league title.
VOLLEYBALL: Olympiacos defeated PAOK 1:3 set in Thessaloniki to move within one win of their second consecutive Volley League title.
VOLLEYBALL: Olympiacos defeated PAOK 3:0 set in game one of the Volley League Finals to take a 1:0 series lead.
GREEK A1 VOLLEY LEAGUE: The Volley League Finals between Olympiacos and PAOK will begin this Friday.
VOLLEYBALL: Olympiacos came from 2-1 set down to defeat Foinikas Syros 2:3 in game four of the semifinal series and marched on to the finals for a third consecutive season.
VOLLEYBALL: PAOK cruised past Kifisia 3:0 set in Tuesday’s game three to sweep the best of five series and book their ticket to the Volley League Playoff Finals for a fifth consecutive season.
VOLLEYBALL: PAOK defeated Iraklis 3-1 to win their second consecutive Greek Cup title in men’s volleyball.
VOLLEYBALL: PAOK upset Olympiacos 3-1, and Iraklis edged Foinikas Syros 3-2 in the semifinals of the Greek Volleyball Cup.
GREEK A1 VOLLEY LEAGUE: Ethnikos Alexandroupolis swept Komotini in the Volley League relegation playout and remained in the first division while Komotini were relegated to the Greek second division.
GREEK A1 VOLLEY LEAGUE: Olympiacos, PAOK, Kifisia, and Foinikas Syrou booked their ticket to the semifinals of the Greek Volley League playoffs.
GREEK A1 VOLLEY LEAGUE: In a battle between the top two teams in the A1 Volley League, Olympiacos defeated PAOK 3-1. **HIGHLIGHTS**
CEV CUP: Diatec Trentino defeated Olympiacos 3-1 in the second leg of the CEV Cup semifinals.**HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK VOLLEYBALL (CEV CUP): Olympiacos fell 3-0 at home to Diatec Trentino in the first leg of the CEV Cup semifinals.
CEV CUP: Olympiacos came from behind to defeat Bulgaria’s Neftohimic 2010 Burgas in a Golden Set to reach the semifinals of the CEV Cup.
GREEK VOLLEYBALL: After Greece’s men’s and women’s volleyball teams both qualified for the European Championships for the first time since 1995, the schedules for the tournament have been released.
GREEK VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE CUP: Olympiacos defeated Foinikas Syros 3-1 in the second leg to win their fifth consecutive Greek Volleyball League Cup.
GREEK VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE CUP: Four-time defending champion Olympiacos won 3-1 away to Foinikas Syros in the first leg of the Greek Volleyball League Cup.
VOLLEYBALL: After qualifying for their first major competition in 15 years, Greece’s women’s national volleyball team will travel to Turkey for the 2019 European Championships in August after being drawn into Group A.
GREEK A1 VOLLEY LEAGUE: Olympiacos remain undefeated in the A1 Volley League, as they defeated rivals Panathinaikos 3-1.
GREEK NATIONAL VOLLEYBALL TEAM: After qualifying for their first major competition in a decade, Greece’s men’s national volleyball team will travel to France for the 2019 European Championships in September after being drawn into Group A.
GREEK A1 VOLLEY LEAGUE: Olympiacos defeated AEK 3-1, and PAOK swept Panathinaikos 3-0 in a derby-filled day in the A1 Volley League.
GREEK VOLLEYBALL: For the first time since 1995, Greece’s men’s and women’s volleyball teams both qualified for the European Championships, and they each did so while going unbeaten.
GREEK SPORTS: It was a year to remember for Greek sports, and AGONAsport counts down the top 18 Greek sporting highlights of 2018.
OLYMPIACOS: The most successful Greek sports club of 2018 was by far Olympiacos, as the Erythrolefki won a total of 15 trophies in various team sports.
GREEK A1 VOLLEY LEAGUE: Olympiacos defeated PAOK for the second time in three days to remain undefeated in the A1 Volley League.
GREEK VOLLEYBALL (LEAGUE CUP): Four-time defending champion Olympiacos defeated PAOK, and Foinikas Syros came from behind to beat AEK in the semifinals of the Greek Volleyball League Cup.
GREEK A1 VOLLEY LEAGUE: Olympiacos defeated AEK and PAOK beat Panathinaikos in a derby-filled day in the A1 Volley League.
CEV CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: PAOK will not be returning to the group stages of the CEV Champions League, after being defeated 3-1 by UV Frankfurt in the final qualifying round.