Superleague Greece

Super League Greece
Founded 16 July 2006 (2006-07-16)
1927–2006 (as Alpha Ethniki)
Country Greece
Confederation UEFA
Number of teams 16
Level on pyramid 1
Relegation to Football League
Domestic cup(s) Greek Cup
International cup(s) UEFA Champions League
UEFA Europa League
Current champions AEK Athens (12th title)
(2017–18)
Most championships Olympiacos (44 titles)
Most appearances Mimis Domazos (536)
Top goalscorer Thomas Mavros (260 goals)
TV partners Nova Sports and ERT (live matches)
Website superleaguegreece.net
2018–19 Super League Greece

The Super League Greece (Greek: Ελληνική Σούπερ Λίγκα) or Souroti Super League for sponsorship reasons, is the highest professional football league in Greece. It was formed on 16 July 2006 and replaced Alpha Ethniki at the top of the Greek football league system. The league consists of 16 teams and runs from August to May, with teams playing 30 games each. As of August 2017, Superleague Greece is ranked 14th in the UEFA ranking of leagues, based on performances in European competitions over the last five years.

Since the foundation of the first official Panhellenic Championship in 1927,[1] only six clubs have won the title, with the "big three" of Greater Athens (Olympiacos, Panathinaikos and AEK Athens) dominating and only Aris Thessaloniki, PAOK and Larissa managing to break their dominance on a few occasions. The current champions are AEK Athens, who have won a total of 12 titles and won the 2017–18 league title.

History

Between 1905 and 1912, a Panhellenic Championship was organised by the Hellenic Association of Amateur Athletics (SEGAS). This championship was actually a local tournament among clubs from Athens and Piraeus.

After the Balkan Wars and World War I, two football associations were formed, one organising a football league in Athens and Piraeus, and one doing the same in Thessaloniki. These were the Athens-Piraeus FCA (EPSAP) and the Macedonia FCA (EPSM). In 1923, a Panhellenic Champion was determined by a play-off game between the Athens-Piraeus and the Thessaloniki champions. Peiraikos Syndesmos won 3–1 against Aris Thessaloniki. This panhellenic final was not repeated the following year as the EPSAP was split into the Athens FCA (EPSA) and Piraeus FCA (EPSP) following a dispute.

In 1927, a national championship was organised in the form of a round-robin tournament between the champions of the three governing bodies. This time, Aris Thessaloniki won, finishing ahead of Ethnikos Piraeus and Atromitos. This national championship was set up again in 1929, and over the next years evolved into a tournament in which multiple teams took part. Still, these teams had to qualify for the national championship through their local football competitions.

In 1959 the Alpha Ethniki - the precursor of the current Super League - was set up as a national round-robin tournament.

Structure

At present, 16 clubs compete in the Superleague, playing each other in a home and away series. At the end of the season, the bottom two clubs are relegated to Football League.[2] In their place, the top two teams from Football League are promoted. The number of teams to be relegated may change, depending on a licensing procedure that takes place at the end of the regular season.

The Superleague is currently entitled to two entrants into the UEFA Champions League. The Superleague champion directly enters the second qualifying round of the UEFA Champions League. The second through fifth place teams in the Superleague enter a play-off for the second Greek entry. The play-off winner enters the UEFA Champions League's second qualifying round, a four-legged tie from which the winner advances to the play offs of the UEFA Champions League. The winner of the Greek Cup qualifies for the third qualifying round of the UEFA Europa League.

In the play-off for the UEFA Champions League, the teams play each other in a home and away round robin. However, they do not all start with 0 points. Instead, a weighting system applies to the teams' standing at the start of the play-off mini-league. The team finishing fifth in the Superleague will start the play off with 0 points. The fifth place team’s end of season tally of points is used to calculate the sum of the points that other teams will have. The point difference of each of the 2nd, 3rd and 4th team from the fifth place team is then divided by five (if the result is a decimal number it is then rounded to a full number, with .5 or more being rounded up) and the resulting number respectively for each team is the number of points with which they will start the mini-league.[3]

For the 2017–18 season there will be no playoffs for the Champions League and the Europa League spots.[4]

Clubs

2018–19 season

The following 16 clubs will compete in the Super League during the 2018–19 season.

Club Position
in 2017–18
First season in
top division
Seasons
in top
division
Seasons
in
Super League
Top
division
titles
Last top
division title
AEK Athens1st1930–315811122017–18
AEL12th1973–7429811987–88
Apollon Smyrnis14th1930–314030n/a
Aris Thessaloniki2nd in the Football League1927–2855931945–46
Asteras Tripolis5th2007–0812120n/a
Atromitos4th1927–2818120n/a
Lamia13th2017–18220n/a
Levadiakos10th1987–8818110n/a
OFI1st in the Football League1955–564180n/a
Olympiacos3rd1929–306013442016–17
Panathinaikos11th1929–306013202009–10
Panetolikos8th1954–55970n/a
Panionios7th1959–6058130n/a
PAOK2nd1930–31601321984–85
PAS Giannina9th1974–752490n/a
Xanthi6th1989–9030130n/a

Champions

SEGAS and FCA championships

SEGAS championship
1905–06Ethnikos Athens
1906–07Ethnikos Athens
1907–08Goudi Athens
1908–09Piraikos[5]
1909–10Goudi Athens
1910–11Podosferikos Omilos Athinon
1911–12Podosferikos Omilos Athinon
1912–13Not held (First Balkan War)
1913–14Not held (Second Balkan War)
1914–15Not held (WW1)
1915–16Not held (WW1)
1916–17Not finished (WW1)
1917–18Not held (WW1)
1918–19Not held (WW1)
1919–20Not held (WW1)
Greece FCA championship
1922–23Piraikos
1923–243 champions
1924–252 champions
1925–263 champions
1926–273 champions

Greek Championship

Season Champion[1]
1927–28Aris (1)
1928–29Not held
1929–30Panathinaikos (1)
1930–31Olympiacos (1)
1931–32Aris (2)
1932–33Olympiacos (2)
1933–34Olympiacos (3)
1934–35Not finished
1935–36Olympiacos (4)
1936–37Olympiacos (5)
1937–38Olympiacos (6)
1938–39AEK (1)
1939–40AEK (2)
1940–41Not finished (WW2)
1941–42Not held (WW2)
1942–43Not finished (WW2)
1943–44Not held (WW2)
1944–45Not held (WW2)
1945–46Aris (3)
1946–47Olympiacos (7)
1947–48Olympiacos (8)
1948–49Panathinaikos (2)
1949–50Not Held
1950–51Olympiacos (9)
1951–52Not Held
1952–53Panathinaikos (3)
1953–54Olympiacos (10)
1954–55Olympiacos (11)
1955–56Olympiacos (12)
1956–57Olympiacos (13)
1957–58Olympiacos (14)
1958–59Olympiacos (15)
Season Champion[1]
1959–60Panathinaikos (4)
1960–61Panathinaikos (5)
1961–62Panathinaikos (6)
1962–63AEK (3)
1963–64Panathinaikos (7)
1964–65Panathinaikos (8)
1965–66Olympiacos (16)
1966–67Olympiacos (17)
1967–68AEK (4)
1968–69Panathinaikos (9)
1969–70Panathinaikos (10)
1970–71AEK (5)
1971–72Panathinaikos (11)
1972–73Olympiacos (18)
1973–74Olympiacos (19)
1974–75Olympiacos (20)
1975–76PAOK (1)
1976–77Panathinaikos (12)
1977–78AEK (6)
1978–79AEK (7)
1979–80Olympiacos (21)
1980–81Olympiacos (22)
1981–82Olympiacos (23)
1982–83Olympiacos (24)
1983–84Panathinaikos (13)
1984–85PAOK (2)
1985–86Panathinaikos (14)
1986–87Olympiacos (25)
1987–88AEL (1)
1988–89AEK (8)
1989–90Panathinaikos (15)
1990–91Panathinaikos (16)
Season Champion[1]
1991–92AEK (9)
1992–93AEK (10)
1993–94AEK (11)
1994–95Panathinaikos (17)
1995–96Panathinaikos (18)
1996–97Olympiacos (26)
1997–98Olympiacos (27)
1998–99Olympiacos (28)
1999–00Olympiacos (29)
2000–01Olympiacos (30)
2001–02Olympiacos (31)
2002–03Olympiacos (32)
2003–04Panathinaikos (19)
2004–05Olympiacos (33)
2005–06Olympiacos (34)
2006–07Olympiacos (35)
2007–08Olympiacos (36)
2008–09Olympiacos (37)
2009–10Panathinaikos (20)
2010–11Olympiacos (38)
2011–12Olympiacos (39)
2012–13Olympiacos (40)
2013–14Olympiacos (41)
2014–15Olympiacos (42)
2015–16Olympiacos (43)
2016–17Olympiacos (44)
2017–18AEK (12)

Performance by club (1927–)

Club Champions Winning years Ref
Olympiacos 44 1931, 1933, 1934, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1947, 1948, 1951, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1966, 1967, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 [6][7][8]
Panathinaikos 20 1930, 1949, 1953, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1969, 1970, 1972, 1977, 1984, 1986, 1990, 1991, 1995, 1996, 2004, 2010 [6][9][10]
AEK 12 1939, 1940, 1963, 1968, 1971, 1978, 1979, 1989, 1992, 1993, 1994, 2018 [6][11]
Aris 3 1928, 1932, 1946 [6]
PAOK 2 1976, 1985 [6]
AEL 1 1988 [6]

Performance by club (1959–)

* Season 1959–1960 marked the beginning of the Alpha Ethniki - the precursor of the current Superleague - as a national round-robin tournament.

Club Champions Winning years Ref
Olympiacos 29 1966, 1967, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 [6][7][8]
Panathinaikos 17 1960, 1961, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1969, 1970, 1972, 1977, 1984, 1986, 1990, 1991, 1995, 1996, 2004, 2010 [6][9][10]
AEK 10 1963, 1968, 1971, 1978, 1979, 1989, 1992, 1993, 1994, 2018 [6][11]
PAOK 2 1976, 1985 [6]
AEL 1 1988 [6]

Performance by city (1927–)

The six clubs that have won the championship are from a total of four cities:

City Titles Clubs
Piraeus 44 Olympiacos (44)
Athens 32 Panathinaikos (20), AEK (12)
Thessaloniki 5 Aris (3), PAOK (2)
Larissa 1 AEL (1)

Performance by region (1927–)

The six clubs that have won the championship are from a total of three regions:

Region Titles Clubs
Attica (region) 76 Olympiacos (44), Panathinaikos (20), AEK (12)
Central Macedonia 5 Aris (3), PAOK (2)
Thessaly 1 AEL (1)

Statistics

Top three ranking (1959–)

Club 1st 2nd 3rd Top 3 overall
Olympiacos 28 16 8 51
Panathinaikos 17 17 15 49
AEK 10 16 16 42
PAOK 2 6 10 18
Aris - 1 4 5
OFI 1 2 3
AEL 1 1 2
Panionios 1 1 2
Apollon Smyrnis 1 1
Asteras Tripolis 1 1
Atromitos 1 1
Iraklis 1 1

Seasons in Alpha Ethniki and Super League Greece

The number of seasons that each team (in alphabetical order) has played in the top division from 1959–60 until 2018–19. A total of 68 teams had competed in at least one season at the top division. Olympiacos, Panathinaikos and PAOK are the only teams to have played in the top division in every season since the league's inception in its modern form. The teams in Bold participate in the 2018–19 Super League.

Seasons Clubs
60 Olympiacos, Panathinaikos, PAOK
58 AEK, Panionios
54 Aris
53 Iraklis
41 OFI
40 Apollon Smyrnis
36 Ethnikos Piraeus
30 Xanthi
29 AEL
26 Panachaiki
24 Panserraikos, PAS Giannina
23 Egaleo
21 Doxa Dramas
20 Apollon Kalamarias
19 Kavala
18 Atromitos, Levadiakos
17 Veria
16 Ionikos, Pierikos
15 Proodeftiki
12 Asteras Tripolis
10 Kastoria
9 Athinaikos, Ergotelis, Olympiacos Volou, Panetolikos
7 Fostiras, Kalamata, Paniliakos, Trikala
6 Niki Volos, Panegialios, Panthrakikos, Platanias
5 Edessaikos, Korinthos, A.O. Kerkyra
4 Akratitos, Ethnikos Asteras, Kallithea, Rodos, Vyzas
3 Diagoras, Olympiakos Nicosia, Panelefsiniakos, Kalloni, A.O.K. Kerkyra
2 Chalkidona, Lamia
1 AEL Limassol, A.E. Nikaia, APOEL*, Atromitos Piraeus, Chalkida, EPA Larnaca,
Makedonikos, Megas Alexandros Katerinis, Naoussa, Olympiacos Chalkida,
Omonia Nicosia, Pankorinthiakos, Thermaikos, Thrasyvoulos

Top Division Table (since 1959–60)

This index[12] is an overall record of all match results, points, and goals of every team that has played in Alpha Ethniki and Super League championships since 1959–60. The table is correct as of the end of the 2011–12 season. Points are based on 3–1–0 and no deductions are counted.

Pos Team Seasons Points Played Won Drawn Lost G.F. G.A. G.D. 1 2 3 1st App Since/Last App Best
1Olympiacos55381417541149367238348213252159261581959–601959–601
2Panathinaikos553693175411023872653403136320401714141959–601959–601
3AEK Athens53341817201006400317319315201673916131959–602015–161
4PAOK5529871754841464450266317279362491959–601959–601
5Aris Thessaloniki492486169067247054920761852224141959–602013–142
6Iraklis50227416266094475702047194010711959–602015–163
7Panionios532178168657744766320072155–148211959–601997–982
8OFI391675125447329348815881648–60121968–692015–162
9Apollon Smyrnis381452123637433053213371617–28011959–602014–153
10Ethnikos Piraeus361394116435632648213051552–2471959–601998–994
11AEL2611038362942213219481038–90111973–742016–171
12Xanthi269387642621863169451029–841989–901989–904
13Panachaiki269178522302273958491255–4061969–702002–034
14Panserraikos248137842022073756841075–3911965–662010–118
15Doxa Dramas21737670187176307706984–2871959–602011–126
16PAS Giannina19724610189157260641808–1671974–752011–125
17Kavala19715638190145303605894–2891969–702010–116
18Veria16635509139139242464721–2571966–672012–139
19Apollon Pontou20621616143192281550875–3251959–602007–089
20Ionikos16570512151139222551722–1711989–902006–075
21Proodeftiki15505474121142211493679–1861959–602003–044
22Atromitos1138534694103149310468–15811972–732009–103
23Levadiakos113683469777172345524–1791974–752011–127
24Kastoria103503368983164316517–2011974–751996–978
25Athinaikos93433029073139300422–1221990–912000–016
26Olympiacos Volou 193793182988369146270446–1761967–682010–115
27Asteras Tripolis103032148160732282141412007–082007–083
28Paniliakos72492306651113261358–971995–962003–047
29Fostiras72432266160105225348–1231960–611973–749
30Kalamata72392345865111235374–1391972–732000–019
31Trikala72112265352121238398–1601964–651999–200011
32Ergotelis6200180524484177241–642004–052014–158
33Edessaikos5188170523286212290–781992–931996–979
34Panegialios6186180484290157278–1211959–601965–6613
35Korinthos5174170463688155264–1091979–801992–9310
36Panetolikos5167162444771138188–501975–762013–147
37Vyzas4155132422961152213–611966–671969–707
38Niki Volos5141150343977136249–1131961–622014–1511
39Rodos4136136362872138228–901978–791982–8311
40Ethnikos Asteras4132124362464126204–781998–992001–0210
41Kerkyra4117120284359116159–432004–052016–1712
42Kallithea4110120243858133181–482002–032005–069
43Panelefsiniakos3949820344492156–641961–621998–9915
44Akratitos490116222470112219–1072001–022005–0611
45Panthrakikos4122124332368113184–712008–092015–1610
46Diagoras36590202545114153–391986–871988–8912
47Lamia12017–182017–18

Note: Ionikos had 5 points deduction in the 2006–07 season.

League or status at 2018–19 in Greek football:

2018–19 Super League
2018–19 Football League
2018–19 Gamma Ethniki
2018–19 Local Championships
Club dissolved

Per geographic region

All the geographic regions of Greece have been represented by at least one club in the first national division. Central Greece has had the strongest presence with 26 clubs overall, of which 21 come from Attica alone. Central Greece, Macedonia and the Peloponnese together contain almost three quarters of the clubs that participated in the top flight. Between 1967 and 1974, the Cypriot champion also participated in the Greek top competition, and five different Cypriot clubs participated during those years. The Greek islands of Rhodes, Lesbos and Corfu have also been represented. A total of 73 clubs have participated at the first tier so far.

Regions Τotal Teams
Central Greece 26 Attica: Olympiacos, Panathinaikos, AEK, Panionios, Apollon Smyrnis, Ethnikos Piraeus, Egaleo, Ionikos, Atromitos, Proodeftiki, Athinaikos, Fostiras, Akratitos, Ethnikos Asteras, Kallithea, Vyzas, Panelefsiniakos, Chalkidona, A.E. Nikaia, Atromitos Piraeus, Thrasyvoulos
Euboea: Chalkida, Olympiacos Chalkida
Boeotia: Levadiakos
Aetolia-Acarnania: Panetolikos
Phthiotis: Lamia
Macedonia 15 Central Macedonia: PAOK, Aris, Iraklis, Panserraikos, Apollon Pontou, Pierikos, Veria, Edessaikos, Makedonikos, Megas Alexandros Katerini, Naoussa, Thermaikos
East Macedonia: Doxa Dramas, Kavala
West Macedonia: Kastoria
Peloponnese 7 Panachaiki, Asteras Tripolis, Kalamata, Paniliakos, Panegialios, Korinthos, Pankorinthiakos
Cyprus 5 Olympiakos Nicosia, AEL Limassol, APOEL, EPA Larnaca, Omonia Nicosia
Thessaly 4 AEL, Olympiacos Volou 1937, Trikala, Niki Volos
Crete 3 OFI, Ergotelis, Platanias
Aegean Islands 3 Rodos, Diagoras, AEL Kalloni
Thrace 2 Xanthi, Panthrakikos
Epirus 1 PAS Giannina
Ionian Islands 1 Kerkyra

Top scorers and appearances

Most appearancesMost goals
RankNameAppearancesTeams
1Mimis Domazos536Panathinaikos, AEK
2Nikos Nioplias509OFI, Panathinaikos, Chalkidona
3Giorgos Koudas504PAOK
4Thomas Mavros501Panionios, AEK
5Savvas Kofidis493Iraklis, Olympiacos, Aris
6Mimis Papaioannou480AEK
Stathis Chaitas480Panionios, AEL
8Giorgos Skartados478Rodos, PAOK, Iraklis, Olympiacos
9Georgios Georgiadis476Doxa Dramas, Panathinaikos, PAOK, Olympiacos, Iraklis
10Dinos Kouis473Aris
11Tasos Mitropoulos458Ethnikos Piraeus, Olympiacos, AEK, Apollon Smyrnis, Iraklis, Veria
12Takis Nikoloudis453Iraklis, AEK, Olympiacos, Apollon Kalamarias
13Angelos Kremmydas448Ethnikos Piraeus, Panachaiki
14Stelios Manolas447AEK
15Dimitris Saravakos443Panionios, Panathinaikos, AEK
16Theodoros Pahatouridis434Doxa Dramas, Olympiacos, Ionikos
17Giorgos Dedes429Panionios, AEK
18Giannis Gounaris426PAOK, Olympiacos
19Michalis Kritikopoulos422Panegialios, Ethnikos Piraeus, Olympiacos, Apollon Smyrnis
20Daniil Papadopoulos418Iraklis
Foreign players
1Krzysztof Warzycha390Panathinaikos
2Predrag Đorđević375Paniliakos, Olympiacos
3Toni Savevski357AEK
4Daniel Batista316Ethnikos Piraeus, Olympiacos, AEK, Aris
5Noni Lima291Panionios
RankNameGoalsTeams
1Thomas Mavros260Panionios, AEK
2Krzysztof Warzycha245Panathinaikos
3Mimis Papaioannou234AEK
4Giorgos Sideris229Olympiacos
5Antonis Antoniadis187Panathinaikos, Olympiacos
6Alexandros Alexandris186Veria, AEK, Olympiacos, AEL, Kallithea
7Dimitris Saravakos186Panionios, Panathinaikos, AEK
8Giorgos Dedes181Panionios, AEK
9Nikos Anastopoulos179Panionios, Olympiacos, Ionikos
10Michalis Kritikopoulos175Panegialios, Ethnikos Piraeus, Olympiacos
11Nikos Lyberopoulos167Kalamata, Panathinaikos, AEK
12Demis Nikolaidis163Apollon Smyrnis, AEK
13Dinos Kouis142Aris
14Kostas Nestoridis140AEK
15Mimis Domazos139Panathinaikos, AEK
16Georgios Georgiadis137Doxa Dramas, Panathinaikos, PAOK, Olympiacos, Iraklis
17Stavros Sarafis136PAOK
Dimitris Salpingidis136PAOK, Panathinaikos
19Giorgos Koudas134PAOK
20Alekos Alexiadis132Aris, Panetolikos, Kastoria

The Golden Star

Based on an idea of Umberto Agnelli, the honor of Golden Star for Sports Excellence was introduced to recognize sides that have won multiple championships or other honours by the display of gold stars on their team badges and jerseys.

The current officially sanctioned SuperLeague stars are:

Greek football clubs in European competitions

European Cup / UEFA Champions League

Club Champions Finalist Semifinalist Quarterfinalist
Panathinaikos 1971 1985, 1996 1992, 2002
AEK 1969
Olympiacos 1999

UEFA Cup / Europa League

Club Champions Finalist Semifinalist Quarterfinalist
AEK 1977
Panathinaikos 1988, 2003

UEFA Cup Winners' Cup

Club Champions Finalist Semifinalist Quarterfinalist
AEK 1997, 1998
PAOK 1974
AEL 1985
Olympiacos 1993
Panionios 1999

UEFA ranking

Country rankings

As of 31 August 2018, the Greek Super League ranks 14th in the UEFA coefficient database, with 25.600 points.

Rank Competition Points
1 La Liga87.140
2 Premier League65.605
3 Serie A65.011
4 Bundesliga59.641
5 Ligue 150.831
6 Russian Premier League45.216
7 Portuguese Liga39.832
8 Ukrainian Premier League35.100
9 Belgian First Division34.700
10 Süper Lig31.000
11 Eredivisie27.433
12 Austrian Bundesliga26.650
13 Danish Superliga26.025
14 Super League Greece25.600
15 Swiss Super League24.900
16 Prva HNL23.875
17 Czech First League23.675
18 Cypriot First Division22.675
19 Serbian SuperLiga21.500
20 Belarusian Premier League19.875

Club rankings

As of 31 August 2018
Rank Club Points
36Olympiacos39.000
58PAOK23.500
83AEK Athens14.000
121Asteras Tripolis9.500
153Panathinaikos7.000
193Atromitos5.120
194Panionios5.120
195PAS Giannina5.120

See also

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