2016–17 Superleague Greece

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Superleague Greece
Season2016–17
Champions Olympiacos
44th title
Relegated Iraklis
Veria
Champions League Olympiacos
AEK Athens
Europa League PAOK
Panathinaikos
Panionios
Matches played240
Goals scored556 (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 attendance31,283
Olympiacos 3–0 Panathinaikos
(6 November 2016)
Lowest attendance245
Veria 0–4 Xanthi
(17 December 2016)
Total attendance1,006,530 [1]
Average attendance4,026 [1]
2017–18

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.

Contents

Teams

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.

Stadiums and locations

ClubAp.LocationVenueCapacity
AEK Athens 56 Athens Olympic Stadium 70,000
Asteras Tripoli 10 Tripoli Theodoros Kolokotronis Stadium 7,500
Atromitos 16 Peristeri Peristeri Stadium 10,000
Iraklis 53 Thessaloniki Kaftanzoglio Stadium 27,000
Kerkyra 2 Corfu Kerkyra Stadium 3,000
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
Panetolikos 7 Agrinio Panetolikos Stadium 7,000
Panionios 56 Nea Smyrni Nea Smyrni Stadium 12,000
PAOK 58 Thessaloniki Toumba Stadium 28,700
PAS Giannina 22 Ioannina Zosimades Stadium 8,000
Platanias 5 Chania Perivolia Municipal Stadium 4,000
Veria 17 Veria Veria Stadium 6,500
Xanthi 28 Xanthi Xanthi F.C. Arena 7,500

Personnel and kits

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players and Managers may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

TeamHead coachCaptainKit manufacturerShirt sponsor
AEK Athens Flag of Spain.svg Manolo Jiménez Flag of Greece.svg Petros Mantalos Nike Pame Stihima
Larissa Flag of the Netherlands.svg André Paus Flag of Serbia.svg Boki Jovanović Legea
Asteras Tripoli Flag of Greece.svg Staikos Vergetis Flag of Argentina.svg Pablo Mazza Nike Stoiximan.GR
Atromitos Flag of Portugal.svg Ricardo Sá Pinto Flag of Brazil.svg Eduardo Brito Nike Tzoker
Iraklis Flag of Greece.svg Savvas Pantelidis Flag of Greece.svg Lefteris Intzoglou Givova
Kerkyra Flag of Greece.svg Kostas Christoforakis Flag of Greece.svg Anastasios Venetis Macron Pame Stihima
Levadiakos Flag of Greece.svg Dimitris Farantos Flag of Greece.svg Thanasis Moulopoulos Legea Tzoker
Olympiacos Flag of Greece.svg Takis Lemonis Flag of Argentina.svg Alejandro Domínguez Adidas Stoiximan.GR
Panathinaikos Flag of Greece.svg Marinos Ouzounidis Flag of Portugal.svg Zeca Puma Pame Stihima
Panetolikos Flag of Greece.svg Makis Chavos Flag of Greece.svg Georgios Kousas Legea Pame Stihima
Panionios Flag of Serbia.svg Vladan Milojević Flag of Greece.svg Panagiotis Korbos Luanvi Stoiximan.GR
PAOK Flag of Serbia.svg Vladimir Ivić Flag of Greece.svg Stefanos Athanasiadis Macron Sportingbet
PAS Giannina Flag of Greece.svg Giannis Petrakis Flag of Greece.svg Alexios Michail Nike Tzoker
Platanias Flag of Greece.svg Georgios Paraschos Flag of Greece.svg Fanouris Goundoulakis Macron Pame Stihima
Veria Flag of Serbia.svg Ratko Dostanić Flag of Greece.svg Stelios Marangos Givova Tzoker
Xanthi Flag of Romania.svg Răzvan Lucescu Flag of Greece.svg Konstantinos Fliskas Joma Pame Stihima

Managerial changes

TeamOutgoing managerManner of departureDate of vacancyPosition in tableIncoming managerDate of appointment
Kerkyra Flag of Greece.svg Alekos Vosniadis Mutual consentEnd of 2015–2016 seasonPre-season Flag of Greece.svg Michalis Grigoriou 4 June 2016
AEK Athens Flag of Greece.svg Stelios Manolas (caretaker)End of tenure as caretakerEnd of 2015–2016 season Flag of Georgia.svg Temur Ketsbaia 6 June 2016
AEL Flag of Greece.svg Sakis Tsiolis Mutual consent2 June 2016 Flag of Greece.svg Angelos Anastasiadis 6 June 2016
Levadiakos Flag of Greece.svg Dimitris Farantos (caretaker)End of tenure as caretakerEnd of 2015–2016 season Flag of Serbia.svg Ratko Dostanić 6 June 2016
Olympiacos Flag of Portugal.svg Marco Silva Resigned23 June 2016 Flag of Spain.svg Víctor Sánchez 23 June 2016
Veria Flag of Greece.svg Dimitrios Eleftheropoulos Resigned8 July 2016 Flag of Greece.svg Alekos Vosniadis 9 July 2016
Olympiacos Flag of Spain.svg Víctor Sánchez Mutual consent10 August 2016 Flag of Portugal.svg Paulo Bento 10 August 2016
Panionios Flag of Greece.svg Marinos Ouzounidis Sacked8 August 2016 Flag of Serbia.svg Vladan Milojević 11 August 2016
Atromitos Flag of Greece.svg Traianos Dellas Resigned19 September 201616th Flag of Greece.svg Georgios Korakakis 19 September 2016
Veria Flag of Greece.svg Alekos Vosniadis Mutual consent23 September 201615th Flag of Greece.svg Thomas Grafas 24 September 2016
Asteras Tripoli Flag of Greece.svg Makis Chavos Mutual consent26 September 201616th Flag of Greece.svg Dimitrios Eleftheropoulos 27 September 2016
AEK Athens Flag of Georgia.svg Temur Ketsbaia Resigned18 October 20163rd Flag of Portugal.svg José Morais 18 October 2016
Iraklis Flag of Greece.svg Nikos Papadopoulos Resigned18 October 201616th Flag of Greece.svg Ioannis Amanatidis (caretaker)19 October 2016
AEL Flag of Greece.svg Angelos Anastasiadis Sacked31 October 201611th Flag of Greece.svg Sakis Tsiolis 1 November 2016
Iraklis Flag of Greece.svg Ioannis Amanatidis (caretaker)Resigned30 October 201616th Flag of Greece.svg Savvas Pantelidis 1 November 2016
AEL Flag of Greece.svg Kostas Matzokas (caretaker)End of tenure as caretaker1 November 201611th Flag of Greece.svg Sakis Tsiolis 1 November 2016
Panathinaikos Flag of Italy.svg Andrea Stramaccioni Resigned1 December 20163rd Flag of Greece.svg Marinos Ouzounidis 1 December 2016
Levadiakos Flag of Serbia.svg Ratko Dostanić Resigned12 January 201714th Flag of Greece.svg Giannis Christopoulos 12 January 2017
Panetolikos Flag of Greece.svg Giannis Matzourakis Mutual consent17 January 201711th Flag of Greece.svg Giannis Dalakouras (caretaker)17 January 2017
AEK Athens Flag of Portugal.svg José Morais Resigned18 January 20176th Flag of Spain.svg Manolo Jiménez 19 January 2017
Panetolikos Flag of Greece.svg Giannis Dalakouras (caretaker)End of tenure as caretaker19 January 201711th Flag of Greece.svg Makis Chavos 19 January 2017
Veria Flag of Greece.svg Thomas Grafas Mutual consent26 January 201714th Flag of Greece.svg Apostolos Terzis 26 January 2017
Atromitos Flag of Greece.svg Georgios Korakakis Resigned5 February 20179th Flag of Portugal.svg Ricardo Sá Pinto 6 February 2017
Veria Flag of Greece.svg Apostolos Terzis Sacked14 February 201716th Flag of Serbia.svg Ratko Dostanić 14 February 2017
Asteras Tripoli Flag of Greece.svg Dimitrios Eleftheropoulos Sacked18 February 201712th Flag of Greece.svg Apostolos Charalampidis (caretaker)20 February 2017
Olympiacos Flag of Portugal.svg Paulo Bento Sacked6 March 20171st Flag of Greece.svg Vasilis Vouzas (caretaker)6 March 2017
Asteras Tripoli Flag of Greece.svg Apostolos Charalampidis (caretaker)End of tenure as caretaker20 February 201713th Flag of Greece.svg Staikos Vergetis 3 March 2017
AEL Flag of Greece.svg Sakis Tsiolis Resigned21 March 201712th Flag of Greece.svg Theodoros Voutiritsas (caretaker)21 March 2017
Olympiacos Flag of Greece.svg Vasilis Vouzas (caretaker)End of tenure as caretaker23 March 20171st Flag of Greece.svg Takis Lemonis 23 March 2017
AEL Flag of Greece.svg Theodoros Voutiritsas (caretaker)End of tenure as caretaker3 Αpril 201712th Flag of the Netherlands.svg André Paus 3 April 2017
Levadiakos Flag of Greece.svg Giannis Christopoulos Sacked7 Αpril 201714th Flag of Greece.svg Dimitris Farantos (caretaker)7 April 2017
Kerkyra Flag of Greece.svg Michalis Grigoriou Sacked11 April 201711th Flag of Greece.svg Kostas Christoforakis (caretaker)12 April 2017

Regular season

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation
1 Olympiacos (C)3021455716+4167Qualification for the Champions League third qualifying round
2 PAOK [lower-alpha 1] 3020465219+3361Qualification for the UEFA play-offs
3 Panathinaikos 3016954519+2657
4 AEK Athens 30141155423+3153
5 Panionios 3015783523+1252
6 Xanthi 3013983425+948
7 Platanias 30119103438442
8 Atromitos 30116132938939
9 PAS Giannina 30812103037736
10 Kerkyra 30881422432132
11 Panetolikos 30871529401131
12 Asteras Tripoli 306101434491528 [lower-alpha 2]
13 Larissa 306101423421928 [lower-alpha 2]
14 Levadiakos 30681627492226
15 Iraklis [lower-alpha 3] (R)306111328391129Relegation to the Football League
16 Veria (R)30571823563322
Source: Superleague Greece, Soccerway
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head points; 3) Head-to-head goal difference; 4) Goals scored; 5) Goals against; 6) Play-offs (neutral ground); 7) Draw.
(Note: Criteria 6 is only used if needed to decide champion, teams for relegation or teams for UEFA competitions).[ citation needed ]
(C) Champion; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. PAOK were deducted three points as they did not show up to the second semi-final match against Olympiacos in last year's Greek Cup. [2]
  2. 1 2 Asteras Tripoli ahead of Larissa on head-to-head record; Asteras Tripoli–Larissa 1–1, Larissa–Asteras Tripoli 1–4.
  3. Iraklis relegated due financial problems. [3]

Postponement

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. [4]

The first match was then postponed and scheduled to be played on 10 September 2016 between Kerkyra and Platanias. [5]

The match was a success and went ahead with no issues with Platanias winning 1–0. [6]

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. [7]

Results

Home \ Away AEK AST ATR IRT KER LAR LEV OLY PNA PNE PIO TSP PAS PLA VER XAN
AEK Athens 2–02–20–05–03–04–0 1–0 2–3 0–00–0 3–0 1–13–06–04–1
Asteras Tripoli 3–20–12–21–21–11–00–00–54–11–11–21–12–00–00–0
Atromitos 0–11–01–01–40–02–00–10–10–21–20–21–14–11–02–1
Iraklis 2–21–11–20–01–11–01–21–12–11–21–12–11–11–10–1
Kerkyra 1–12–01–10–32–01–00–21–10–01–00–50–10–12–01–0
Larissa 1–21–41–22–21–12–11–00–01–02–00–21–10–02–11–0
Levadiakos 0–21–11–13–02–11–11–10–32–11–40–12–11–23–11–1
Olympiacos 3–0 2–12–03–00–02–04–0 3–0 3–10–1 2–1 5–02–16–12–0
Panathinaikos 0–0 3–11–02–01–02–00–0 1–0 4–01–0 1–0 4–02–15–01–2
Panetolikos 3–21–12–02–04–02–12–00–20–00–20–11–21–21–02–3
Panionios 1–13–02–11–01–01–01–30–21–12–01–01–11–11–22–0
PAOK 1–0 3–23–41–05–12–03–0 2–0 3–0 2–11–00–13–04–00–0
PAS Giannina 1–11–23–01–21–04–00–00–21–10–01–00–10–02–01–1
Platanias 0–23–03–01–02–13–23–22–21–00–01–11–33–31–00–1
Veria 0–24–30–10–24–01–12–01–21–11–10–10–03–00–00–4
Xanthi 0–03–10–03–10–01–02–20–21–03–00–20–02–01–03–0
Source: Superleague Greece
Colours: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.
For upcoming matches, an "a" indicates there is an article about the rivalry between the two participants.

Positions by round

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.

Team ╲ Round123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930
Olympiacos 114211111111111111111111111111
PAOK 9667574691198689653333333332222
Panathinaikos 321122223223344345544444443433
AEK Athens 232533554535565766665565555544
Panionios 445345645754422422222222224355
Xanthi 11141515118897642233234456656766666
Platanias 653471091013121310997888777777677777
Atromitos 1516131296786477878999999888899888
PAS Giannina 589684332366756577888999988999
Kerkyra 13911131512131111101111111212121212121111111110101010111010
Panetolikos 107796910710989101011111111101010101011111111101111
Asteras Tripoli 141316161415141212131213131110101010111212121312131312121412
Larissa 711881013111414141414121313131313131313131213121213141313
Levadiakos 1612101012111213881012141414151514141414141414141414151514
Iraklis 81014141616161616161616161616161615151515151515151515131215
Veria 121512111314151515151515151515141416161616161616161616161616
Leader / 2017–18 Champions League
Qualification to UEFA Play-Offs
Relegation to 2017-18 Football League
Updated to match(es) played on 30 April 2017. Source: Superleague Greece

UEFA play-offs

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. [8]

Table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification
2 AEK Athens 640253+212Qualification for the Champions League third qualifying round
3 Panathinaikos [lower-alpha 1] 63126718Qualification for the Europa League third qualifying round [lower-alpha 2]
4 PAOK [lower-alpha 3] 630375+25
5 Panionios 61143634Qualification for the Europa League second qualifying round
Source: Superleague Greece, Soccerway
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head points; 3) Head-to-head goal difference; 4) Goals scored; 5) Goals against; 6) Regular season position. [11]
Notes:
  1. Panathinaikos were deducted 3 points due to fan behavior against PAOK. [9]
  2. PAOK qualified for the Europa League third qualifying round by winning the Greek Cup.
  3. PAOK were deducted 6 points due to fan behavior against AEK in Greek Cup final. [10]

Results

Home \ Away AEK PNA PIO TSP
AEK Athens 1–0 0–1 1–0
Panathinaikos 1–0 1–0 0–3 [lower-alpha 1]
Panionios 1–21–10–1
PAOK 0–1 2–3 1–0
Source: Superleague Greece
Colours: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.
For upcoming matches, an "a" indicates there is an article about the rivalry between the two participants.
Notes:
  1. Match abandoned in the 54th minute with the score at 1–0. It was later rewarded as a 0–3 win for PAOK.

Season statistics

Best goal and MVP awards winners

MDMVP award [14] Best goal award [14]
1 Flag of Greece.svg Dimitris Kyriakidis (Panetolikos) Flag of Greece.svg Kostas Fortounis (Olympiacos)
2 Flag of Greece.svg Alexandros Paschalakis (PAS Giannina) Flag of Serbia.svg Luka Milivojević (Olympiacos)
3 Flag of Portugal.svg Hugo Almeida (AEK) Flag of Portugal.svg Hugo Almeida (AEK)
4 Flag of Greece.svg Efthymis Koulouris (PAOK) Flag of Greece.svg Efthymis Koulouris (PAOK)
5 Flag of Greece.svg Dimitris Kyriakidis (Panetolikos) Flag of Argentina.svg Javier Umbides (Atromitos)
6 Flag of Portugal.svg André Martins (Olympiacos) Flag of Nigeria.svg Brown Ideye (Olympiacos)
7 Flag of Greece.svg Vangelis Platellas (AEK) Flag of Greece.svg Theodoros Vasilakakis (Xanthi)
8 Flag of Serbia.svg Luka Milivojević (Olympiacos) Flag of Greece.svg Evripidis Giakos (PAS Giannina)
9 Flag of the Republic of the Congo.svg Christopher Maboulou (PAS Giannina) Flag of Greece.svg Thomas Nazlidis (AEL)
10 Flag of Spain.svg Alberto Botía (Olympiacos) Flag of Argentina.svg Patito Rodríguez (AEK)
11 Flag of Greece.svg Vasilis Barkas (AEK) Flag of Serbia.svg Kristijan Miljević (Veria)
12 Flag of Argentina.svg Javier Umbides (Atromitos) Flag of Greece.svg Chrysovalantis Kozoronis (PAS Giannina)
13 Flag of Greece.svg Fotis Koutzavasilis (Kerkyra) Flag of Greece.svg Dimitris Limnios (Atromitos)
14 Flag of Brazil.svg Léo Matos (PAOK) Flag of Portugal.svg André Simões (AEK)
15 Flag of Tunisia.svg Hamza Younés (Xanthi) Flag of the Netherlands.svg Diego Biseswar (PAOK)
16 Flag of Greece.svg Grigoris Makos (Panetolikos) Flag of Brazil.svg Léo Matos (PAOK)
17 Flag of Greece.svg Spyros Risvanis (Panionios) Flag of Greece.svg Spyros Risvanis (Panionios)
18 Flag of Serbia.svg Luka Milivojević (Olympiacos) Flag of Spain.svg Pedro Conde (PAS Giannina)
19 Flag of Greece.svg Panagiotis Korbos (Panionios) Flag of Greece.svg Panagiotis Korbos (Panionios)
20 Flag of Serbia.svg Živko Živković (Xanthi) Flag of Spain.svg Pedro Conde (PAS Giannina)
21 Flag of Spain.svg Pedro Conde (PAS Giannina) Flag of Greece.svg Dimitris Pelkas (PAOK)
22 Flag of Greece.svg Vangelis Oikonomou (Panionios) Flag of Greece.svg Theodoros Vasilakakis (Xanthi)
23 Flag of Switzerland.svg Aleksandar Prijović (PAOK) Flag of Spain.svg Pedro Conde (PAS Giannina)
24 Flag of Argentina.svg Sergio Araujo (AEK) Flag of Argentina.svg Sergio Araujo (AEK)
25 Flag of Sweden.svg Marcus Berg (Panathinaikos) Flag of Sweden.svg Marcus Berg (Panathinaikos)
26 Flag of Sweden.svg Marcus Berg (Panathinaikos) Flag of Greece.svg Giorgos Masouras (Panionios)
27 Flag of Greece.svg Michalis Manias (Asteras Tripoli) Flag of the Netherlands.svg Diego Biseswar (PAOK)
28 Flag of Greece.svg Christos Donis (Iraklis) Flag of Greece.svg Michalis Bastakos (Iraklis)
29 Flag of Greece.svg Michalis Bastakos (Iraklis) Flag of Spain.svg Alberto de la Bella (Olympiacos)
30 Flag of Argentina.svg Alejandro Domínguez (Olympiacos) Flag of Greece.svg Giorgos Kyriakopoulos (Asteras Tripoli)

Attendances

Average attendances counted officially without games played behind closed gates from Superleague.

PosTeamTotalHighLowAverageChange
1 Olympiacos 270,66331,2839,03218,044−13.9%
2 PAOK 178,74426,3792,90611,9160.0%
3 AEK Athens 133,62828,0463,7558,909−20.1%
4 Panathinaikos 88,18913,6661,3985,879−23.1%
5 Larissa 37,3455,5071,2662,490n/a1
6 Panetolikos 35,2334,1791,7272,349+0.2%
7 PAS Giannina 33,6484,0091,5022,243+5.4%
8 Panionios 26,4014,9795251,760+24.8%
9 Platanias 25,4482,4631,3241,697−10.3%
10 Iraklis 21,7493,8643301,450−53.1%
11 Asteras Tripoli 21,4181,9608281,428−15.0%
12 Kerkyra 16,6452,0427281,110n/a1
13 Levadiakos 15,4532,4463851,030+20.0%
14 Xanthi 15,2181,9595151,015−19.8%
15 Veria 14,7803,583245985−18.0%
16 Atromitos 9,2371,553294711−25.9%2
League total943,79931,2832453,939−1.4%

Updated to games played on 30 April 2017
Source: Superleague
Notes:
1: Team played last season in Football League
2: Atromitos game was played behind closed gates

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