|Champions|| Olympiacos |
|Relegated|| Iraklis |
|Champions League|| Olympiacos |
|Europa League|| PAOK |
|Goals scored||556 (2.32 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||Marcus Berg (22 goals)|
|Biggest home win|| AEK Athens 6–0 Veria |
(5 February 2017)
|Biggest away win|| Kerkyra 0–5 PAOK |
(17 December 2016)
Asteras Tripoli 0–5 Panathinaikos
(18 February 2017)
|Highest scoring|| Olympiacos 6–1 Veria |
(11 September 2016)
PAOK 3–4 Atromitos
(28 November 2016)
Veria 4–3 Asteras Tripoli
(23 April 2017)
|Highest attendance||31,283 |
Olympiacos 3–0 Panathinaikos
(6 November 2016)
|Lowest attendance||245 |
Veria 0–4 Xanthi
(17 December 2016)
The 2016–17 Superleague Greece was the 81st season of the highest tier in league of Greek football and the eleventh under its current title. The season started on 10 September 2016 and ended in June 2017. The league comprised fourteen teams from the 2015–16 season and two promoted from the 2015–16 Football League.
Two teams were relegated from the 2015–16 season. Panthrakikos and Kalloni will play in Football League for the 2016–17 season.
Two teams were promoted from the 2015–16 Football League, champions Larissa and Kerkyra.
|AEK Athens||56||Athens||Olympic Stadium||70,000|
|Asteras Tripoli||10||Tripoli||Theodoros Kolokotronis Stadium||7,500|
|Larissa||27||Larissa||AEL FC Arena||16,000|
|Levadiakos||16||Livadeia||Levadia Municipal Stadium||6,000|
|Olympiacos||58||Piraeus||Georgios Karaiskakis Stadium||32,115|
|Panathinaikos||58||Athens||Apostolos Nikolaidis Stadium||16,620|
|Panionios||56||Nea Smyrni||Nea Smyrni Stadium||12,000|
|PAS Giannina||22||Ioannina||Zosimades Stadium||8,000|
|Platanias||5||Chania||Perivolia Municipal Stadium||4,000|
|Xanthi||28||Xanthi||Xanthi F.C. Arena||7,500|
Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players and Managers may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
|Team||Head coach||Captain||Kit manufacturer||Shirt sponsor|
|AEK Athens||Nike||Pame Stihima|
|Team||Outgoing manager||Manner of departure||Date of vacancy||Position in table||Incoming manager||Date of appointment|
|Kerkyra||Mutual consent||End of 2015–2016 season||Pre-season||4 June 2016|
|AEK Athens||End of tenure as caretaker||End of 2015–2016 season||6 June 2016|
|AEL||Mutual consent||2 June 2016||6 June 2016|
|Levadiakos||End of tenure as caretaker||End of 2015–2016 season||6 June 2016|
|Olympiacos||Resigned||23 June 2016||23 June 2016|
|Veria||Resigned||8 July 2016||9 July 2016|
|Olympiacos||Mutual consent||10 August 2016||10 August 2016|
|Panionios||Sacked||8 August 2016||11 August 2016|
|Atromitos||Resigned||19 September 2016||16th||19 September 2016|
|Veria||Mutual consent||23 September 2016||15th||24 September 2016|
|Asteras Tripoli||Mutual consent||26 September 2016||16th||27 September 2016|
|AEK Athens||Resigned||18 October 2016||3rd||18 October 2016|
|Iraklis||Resigned||18 October 2016||16th||19 October 2016|
|AEL||Sacked||31 October 2016||11th||1 November 2016|
|Iraklis||Resigned||30 October 2016||16th||1 November 2016|
|AEL||End of tenure as caretaker||1 November 2016||11th||1 November 2016|
|Panathinaikos||Resigned||1 December 2016||3rd||1 December 2016|
|Levadiakos||Resigned||12 January 2017||14th||12 January 2017|
|Panetolikos||Mutual consent||17 January 2017||11th||17 January 2017|
|AEK Athens||Resigned||18 January 2017||6th||19 January 2017|
|Panetolikos||End of tenure as caretaker||19 January 2017||11th||19 January 2017|
|Veria||Mutual consent||26 January 2017||14th||26 January 2017|
|Atromitos||Resigned||5 February 2017||9th||6 February 2017|
|Veria||Sacked||14 February 2017||16th||14 February 2017|
|Asteras Tripoli||Sacked||18 February 2017||12th||20 February 2017|
|Olympiacos||Sacked||6 March 2017||1st||6 March 2017|
|Asteras Tripoli||End of tenure as caretaker||20 February 2017||13th||3 March 2017|
|AEL||Resigned||21 March 2017||12th||21 March 2017|
|Olympiacos||End of tenure as caretaker||23 March 2017||1st||23 March 2017|
|AEL||End of tenure as caretaker||3 Αpril 2017||12th||3 April 2017|
|Levadiakos||Sacked||7 Αpril 2017||14th||7 April 2017|
|Kerkyra||Sacked||11 April 2017||11th||12 April 2017|
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Qualification or relegation|
|1||Olympiacos (C)||30||21||4||5||57||16||+41||67||Qualification for the Champions League third qualifying round|
|2||PAOK||30||20||4||6||52||19||+33||61||Qualification for the UEFA play-offs|
|15||Iraklis (R)||30||6||11||13||28||39||−11||29||Relegation to the Football League|
The Greek Super League was originally scheduled for 20 August 2016 but Greece's Sports minister Stavros Kontonis decided it would be postponed due to fears of violence.
The first match was then postponed and scheduled to be played on 10 September 2016 between Kerkyra and Platanias.
The match was a success and went ahead with no issues with Platanias winning 1–0.
On 9 November refereeing chief Giorgos Bikas was the victim of an arson attack, this led to Greek football of all divisions to be suspended.
The table lists the positions of teams after each week of matches. In order to preserve chronological evolvements, any postponed matches are not included in the round at which they were originally scheduled, but added to the full round they were played immediately afterwards.
|Leader / 2017–18 Champions League|
|Qualification to UEFA Play-Offs|
|Relegation to 2017-18 Football League|
In the play-offs for Champions League and Europa League berths, the four qualified 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 Super League will start the play-off with 0 points. The fifth placed team's end of season tally of points is subtracted from the sum of the points that other teams have. This number is then divided by five.
So, both AEK and Panionios will begin the play-offs pointless. PAOK will enter the play-offs with two points, while Panathinaikos will have one point.
|2||AEK Athens||6||4||0||2||5||3||+2||12||Qualification for the Champions League third qualifying round|
|3||Panathinaikos||6||3||1||2||6||7||−1||8||Qualification for the Europa League third qualifying round|
|5||Panionios||6||1||1||4||3||6||−3||4||Qualification for the Europa League second qualifying round|
|MD||MVP award||Best goal award|
Average attendances counted officially without games played behind closed gates from Superleague.
Updated to games played on 30 April 2017
1: Team played last season in Football League
2: Atromitos game was played behind closed gates
The 2006–07 Superleague Greece was the 71st season of the highest football league of Greece and the inaugural under the name Superleague. The season began on 19 August 2006 and ended on 13 May 2007. Olympiacos clinched the title on 22 April with their victory over Kerkyra, for their third straight title and 10th in the last 11 years.
The 2008–09 Superleague Greece was the 73rd season of the highest football league of Greece and the third under the name Superleague. The season began on 31 August 2008 and ended on 26 April 2009. The league consisted of 16 teams. Participants were the 13 best teams from the 2007–08 season and three teams who have been promoted from Beta Ethniki. Olympiacos successfully defended their title after claiming their 37th title overall with three rounds remaining.
The 2008–09 season is PAOK FC's 50th consecutive season in the Superleague Greece.
The 2010–11 season is PAOK Football Club's 85th in existence and the club's 52nd consecutive season in the top flight of Greek football. The team will enter the Greek Football Cup and will also compete in UEFA Champions League starting from the third qualifying round.
The 2010–11 season was Panathinaikos' 52nd consecutive season in Superleague Greece.
The 2010–11 season was Olympiacos' 52nd consecutive season in the Superleague Greece.
The 2012–13 season is Panathinaikos' 54th consecutive season in Super League Greece.
The 2013–14 Superleague Greece was the 78th season of the highest football league of Greece and the eighth under the name Superleague. The season began on 17 August and ended in May 2014. Olympiacos are the champions, having won their 41st Greek championship.
The 2014–15 season is the Panathinaikos' 56th consecutive season in Superleague Greece.
The 2010–11 season was Ergotelis' 81st season in existence, 6th season in the Superleague Greece, and the fifth consecutive since the club's latest promotion from the Football League. Ergotelis also participated in the Greek cup, entering the competition in the Fourth Round. The club managed to finish in 8th place at the end of the season, which at the time, was the best the club had achieved in its history in the Super League.
The 2009–10 season was Ergotelis' 80th season in existence, 5th season in the Superleague Greece, and the fourth consecutive since the club's latest promotion from the Football League. Ergotelis also participated in the Greek cup, entering the competition in the Fourth Round. The club ultimately managed to finish in 11th place, despite a notable fifth-place position at the end of the championship First Round. During this season the club celebrated its 80th anniversary, culminating relevant festivities in style, by thrashing Super League champions Olympiacos in a memorable friendly match with a 5-0 victory.
The 2015–16 Superleague Greece was the 80th season of the highest tier in league of Greek football and the tenth under its current title. The season started on 22 August 2015 and ended in May 2016. The league comprised fourteen teams from the 2014–15 season and two promoted from the 2014–15 Football League. Olympiacos won their sixth consecutive title and 43rd overall.
The 2014–15 season was PAOK Football Club's 89th in existence and the club's 56th consecutive season in the top flight of Greek football. The team will enter the Greek Football Cup in the Second Round and will also compete in UEFA Europa League starting from the Play-off round.
The 2015–16 season was PAOK's 90th in existence and the club's 57th consecutive season in the top flight of Greek football. The team will enter the Greek Cup in the Second Round and will also compete in UEFA Europa League starting from the Group stage.
Season 2016–17 is the 17th of Veria in Superleague Greece. Veria will compete in the following competitions Superleague and Greek Cup. The season covers the period from 1 July 2015 to 30 June 2016.
The 2016–17 season is AEK Athens Football Club's 56th competitive season in the top flight of Greek football, 7th season in the Super League Greece, and 93rd year in existence as a football club and 2nd season after being promoted from Football League (Greece). They also compete in the Greek Cup.
The 2016–17 Panathinaikos season is the club's 58th consecutive season in Superleague Greece. They are also competing in the UEFA Europa League and Greek Cup.
The 2016–17 season is PAOK Football Club's 91st in existence and the club's 58th consecutive season in the top flight of Greek football. The team will enter the Greek Football Cup and will also compete in UEFA Champions League starting from the third qualifying round.
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