GAMMA ETHNIKI: AGONAsport’s Nick Tsambouniaris delves into history and looks back on the forgotten clubs of Greek Football that are currently languishing in the lower divisions.
SUPER LEAGUE 2: Chania FC released their new logo on Wednesday.
SUPER LEAGUE 2: The newly-formed Super League 2 will see two teams promoted and two teams relegated, it has been confirmed following a recent general assembly meeting of the 12 clubs who will take part in the championship for the 2019/20 season.
SUPER LEAGUE 2: Achilleas Beos as quashed claims that he has agreed to sell the VAT number of Volos NFC to Iraklis FC so that the Thessaloniki can put its financial problems behind them.
SUPER LEAGUE 2: According to available statistics, only three Football League clubs tallied an average attendance of more than 1,000 in the 2018/2019 season, with Doxa Drama, Iraklis and Panachaiki attracting the largest audiences.
SUPER LEAGUE 2: There is high uncertainty concerning the Super League 2, with state broadcasting company ERT stating that it doesn’t have enough funds to televise the matches.
SUPER LEAGUE 2: The newly formed Super League 2 will consist of a playoff and playout format with the season set to start on the weekend of September 15th.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: With the conclusion of the Super League promotion/relegation playoff, Greece’s football puzzle was completed with OFI maintaining their place in the Super League and Platanias remaining in the second division. AGONAsport takes a closer look.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: OFI Crete ensured they will be playing in the Super League next season after Englishman Adil Nabi’s late goal in in the sixth minute of added time gave them a dramatic 3-2 win over fellow Cretans Platanias in Wednesday’s relegation/promotion decider. **HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: There are three proposals on the table regarding next year’s Super League format while the Cup could move to a knockout format, without group stages, and a two-legged final. Meanwhile, Iraklis released a statement asking for the Super League 2’s increase to 14 teams.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Based on their previous meetings, OFI hold a slight advantage over Platanias ahead of the Super League promotion/relegation playoff.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Platanias will host OFI in the first leg of the Super League promotion/relegation playoff this Sunday, May 19th.
GAMMA ETHNIKI: Ionikos and Thesprotos earned promotion to next year’s Football League and will return to the professional divisions after a long absence. Triglia upset Nestos Chrysoupolis on the road in what was a memorable day for the Halkidiki club.
GAMMA ETHNIKI: Ionikos played to a 2:2 draw away to Aiolikos in the Gamma Ethniki promotion playoffs while Thesprotos shocked Niki Volou on the road with 0:1 victory. Triglia and Nestos Chrysoupolis played to a goalless draw.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: It’s a Cretan Derby in the relegation/promotion playoff, with OFI taking on Football League runners-up Platanias as the two teams fight for the right to compete in the 2019/2020 Super League.
GREEK FOOTBALL LEAGUE: Platanias clinched second spot in this year’s Football League with a 2:1 victory over Iraklis, who were disappointingly relegated to next year’s third division. Apollon Larissa remained in third despite their win away to Irodotos while AE Karaiskakis fell away to Trikala and claimed tenth place thanks to Iraklis’ slip up in Crete.
GREEK FOOTBALL LEAGUE: The 2018/19 Greek Football League season wraps up on Sunday with lots to play for in the fight for second and tenth place. AGONAsport takes a closer look.
GREEK FOOTBALL LEAGUE: Eight clubs in the Football League were handed point deductions by the Hellenic Football Federation’s Primary Licensing Body.
GAMMA ETHNIKI: Seven out of the eight promoted Gamma Ethniki clubs released a statement protesting the restructuring of Greece’s football leagues and threatened to abstain from next year’s championship. On Monday, the eight runner-ups found out their opponents in the promotion playoffs.
GREEK FOOTBALL LEAGUE: Iraklis defeated league winners Volos NFC and jumped into 10th place of the Football League standings, leaving AE Karaiskakis in 11th after their draw away to Ergotelis. Irodotos dropped into 13th and are in danger of being relegated two-divisions heading into the final matchday.
GREEK FOOTBALL LEAGUE: In a match billed as a final, Apollon Larissa defeated promotion rivals Platanias 1:0 at home, moving above their opponents into second place of the Football League standings with one round remaining.**HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK FOOTBALL LEAGUE: The 2018/2019 Football League is entering its final two matchdays, and while Volos NFC have already been promoted, there are plenty of other fascinating, tense battles for positions all across the championship. AGONAsport takes a closer look.
GREEK FOOTBALL LEAGUE: Doxa Drama rallied to a 4:0 win over Apollon Pontou to end the Thessalonikis’ hopes for a second place finish.
GREEK FOOTBALL LEAGUE: A late goal from Ziabaris kept Iraklis alive for a tenth placed finish in this year’s Football League while AE Karaiskakis dropped points at home to AOX Kissamikos.
GREEK FOOTBALL LEAGUE: Platanias came away with a 4:3 victory over Panachaiki while Apollon Larissa kept the pressure on the Cretan side with an important win over league winners Volos NFC.
GAMMA ETHNIKI: The 2018/19 Gamma Ethniki season came to an end on Sunday and AGONAsport looks at which teams were promoted to next year’s Football League.
GREEK FOOTBALL LEAGUE: Apollon Larissa are back within one point of Platanias after defeating Trikala on Sunday while Apollon Pontou’s hopes for second place remain alive with their 2:1 win over AE Karaiskakis.
GREEK FOOTBALL LEAGUE: Platanias increased their lead in second place after easily defeating Aiginiakos on the road while a 1:1 draw between Ergotelis and Iraklis did no favors to either club. Both Doxa Dramas and Kerkyra were victorious on Saturday as Panachaiki and Volos NFC played to a 1:1 draw.
GREEK FOOTBALL LEAGUE: The battle for second place in the 2018/2019 Football League is intensifying, with five teams in contention for a berth in the promotion/relegation playoff.
After the restructuring of Greece’s football leagues, Iraklis are in danger of dropping to the third division for the 2019/20 season.