Atromitos F.C.

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Atromitos
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Full nameΠ.Α.Ε. Α.Π.Σ. Ατρόμητος Αθηνών
(APS Atromitos Athens Football Club)
Nickname(s)Atrómitos (Fearless)
Founded31 May 1923;98 years ago (1923-05-31)
Ground Peristeri Stadium
Capacity10,050
OwnerGeorgios Spanos
PresidentVasilis Betsis
Head coach Ángel López
League Super League Greece
2020–21 Super League Greece, 8th
Website Club website
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Atromitos Football Club (Greek : Π.Α.Ε. Α.Π.Σ. Ατρόμητος Αθηνών, PAE APS Atromitos Athinon), also simply known as Atromitos (literally meaning "Fearless"), is a Greek professional football club based in Peristeri, Athens that plays in the Super League. It was founded in 1923 and its home ground is Peristeri Stadium.

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In recent years, Atromitos has established itself as one of the most competitive and strong clubs in Greece. They were runners-up of the Greek Cup in 2011 and 2012 [1] and have had breakthrough runs in the league, finishing 4th in 2011–12, 3rd in 2012–13, 4th in 2013–14 and 4th as well in 2014–15 and 2018–19. Their best performance in the league has been third place, which they have achieved in the 1928 and 2013 seasons of the Greek Championship.

History

Early years

Atromitos was officially founded on 31 May 1923 when Kalomvounis, Petos, Glykofridis, Stathopoulos, Synodinos, Rigopoulos, Stamatopoulos, and other students living in Victoria Square, (which was then called Kyriakou Square) decided to form a football team. [2] That same year, Vaggelis Stamatis, a mathematics teacher and member of the Panhellenic football league, joined Atromitos' administration board – because of his prominence in pre-war Greek football history, Stamatis' involvement increased the new team's stature in Athenian football. [2] [3]

First league steps

In 1924, Atromitos was accepted into the Greek football league. [2] At the time, Atromitos played at Aris Park, which was the home ground of Panellinios and Panathinaikos. [2] During their first season in the league's first division, they ended in third place behind Panathinaikos and AEK. [2] In 1928, they defeated Goudi 4–3 in the final game at Rouf Stadium to become champions of Athens. [2] That same year, they took part in the first Panhellenic Championship as Athens champions, which was organised by the HFF. [4] On 24 May 1928, they were beaten 3–1 by Aris Thessaloniki (who later became champions) in an away game, and were defeated again on 3 June by Ethnikos Piraeus (5–0). On 10 June, they managed a draw at home against Ethnikos (1–1), before losing again to Aris 3–1 seven days later. [2] Overall in the national championship, Atromitos finished third. [4]

During the following two years, Atromitos stayed in the upper part of the first division of Athens, and in 1929, they finished third behind Panathinaikos and AEK. [5] They repeated the feat in 1930 [6] but they were relegated from the first division of Athens in 1931, as they came last with only one point. [7]

Move to Peristeri

In 1932, Ioseph Chourouktsoglou and Nikolaos Epioglou decided to move Atromitos to Peristeri. Earlier, it was located in the same area as Panathinaikos, and they had found it hard to establish a large fan base or develop a unique identity. There, they formed a merger with the local team of Astir Peristeriou (meaning "Star"), from which comes the crest of Atromitos, a blue star. [8]

Before occupation of Greece, they played again in Panhellenic championship in the season of 1938–39.

Atromitos played in the second division until May 1972 when, under the coaching of Savvas Papazoglou, they were re-promoted to the first level. It proved a change too hard to handle, and they were demoted the following year. In 1975, a better-prepared Atromitos returned to the first division with a large fanbase, and ended the year in 13th place, securing their spot in the top flight. In 1976, they improved to end the season in 9th place, the best in the club's history. But, they were relegated in 1977.

By 1981, Atromitos had succeeded in attracting renowned players such as Stylianopoulos, Álvarez, Toskas and Athanasopoulos. However, despite high expectations, the club finished last in the top flight, and once more returned to the lower divisions. After years of playing in the third division, Atromitos won promotion back to the second division in May 2002 by beating Levadiakos at Patras Stadium. The team played again in the top flight between 2005–2008 by merging with Chalkidona [9] and returned to the top flight after playing one season in the second division in 2008–09. [10] [11]

In the 2010–11 season, Atromitos made a historic run to the Greek Cup Final. However, they lost 3–0 to AEK. [12]

Recent years

2012–13 season

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Javier Umbides

Atromitos finished the 1st half of the season in 4th place, together with Asteras Tripolis and 14 points from the top, but 4 points from 6th place, that doesn't redirect to the playoffs. On 6 January 2013, at the debut of Nikos Anastopoulos in the coaching position and the Portuguese footballer Fabio, Atromitos beat Kerkyra 2–0, with two headers. From Sokratis Fytanidis at the 26th minute and from Stathis Tavlaridis at the 31st minute. In other words, the win was awarded to the team by the two centre backs. The team stayed in 4th with Asteras Tripolis, but now 6 points from the 6th place. One matchday later, they managed to get the 0–0 from PAOK at Toumba, [13] retaining the 6 points difference from PAS Giannina. On Matchday 18, they beat Platanias 1–0, getting to be only 3 points from 2nd place. The goal was scored by Eduardo Brito.

2015–16 season

For the 2015–16 season, Atromitos has achieved an important qualification to the UEFA Europa League playoffs after recording two wins against AIK Stockholm, 3–1 in the first game in Sweden and 1–0 in the rematch at Peristeri Stadium. There they faced highly rated Fenerbahçe S.K. of Turkey. They lost 0–1 in the first match at Peristeri Stadium and 0–3 in the rematch in Turkey and were eliminated.

Damir Canadi's era

At 21 June 2017, Atromitos announced Damir Canadi [14] as the new head coach of the club. [15] At 23 October 2017, Atromitos won AEK 0–1 in an away game [16] and then recognition began. [17] [18] Atromitos finished 4th at the 2017–18 season. [19]

On 20 March 2017, announced that Canadi will manage the club also for the 2018–19 season. [20]

Crest and colours

Crest evolution

Kit evolution

First

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1923–24
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2006–07
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2011–14
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2015–16
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2018–19

Alternative

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2006–07
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2006–07
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2015–16
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2015–16
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2018–19

Facilities

Stadium

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Peristeri Stadium

The home ground of Atromitos was once well-maintained but has been recently neglected. In its early days, Peristeri had grown to become the fourth largest municipality in Greece. The first club home ground was the grounds of "Bravery", which was located beyond the last shanty town of Evangelistria.

In 1953, Atromitos moved to their present location, which contained only central stands for the spectators; the changing rooms consisted of a small room at the end of the stands. Much later, a larger stand was built with a capacity of 6,000 spectators. It was also used for non-football purposes, such as musical performances.

During the chairmanship of Victor Mitropoulos in EPAE, blue and white plastic seats were installed in the central stand. Before the Athens Olympics, Atromitos installed floodlights and renovated the running track so the ground could be used as a coaching facility during the Olympic Games. Under the football ground there are spaces and facilities for activities such as wrestling, chess and boxing. [21]

Repairs to fragile parts of the stadium due to humidity and earthquake damage are expected to be carried out.

Training ground

Since summer of 2007, Atromitos possesses a modern Sports Complex, located in the center of Peristeri. [22] During the summer of 2004, this same Sports Complex has been used as the Peristeri Olympic Boxing Hall and includes a 3,000 spectators main pitch, an auxiliary pitch as well as a 5-a-side pitch, such as the club's offices. [23]

Plus, Atromitos possess installations situated on NATO Avenue, in the Aspropyrgos area. [24] The Aspropyrgos training center includes a football pitch, dressing rooms, a fully equipped gym and a massage area. [25] The Aspropyrgos football pitch is also being used by the Atromitos U-21 and U-17 youth teams. [26]

Supporters

Atromitos are based in western Athens and their main supporters club is called "Fentagin". [27] Founded in 1980, they have a space underneath the stands. They are dedicated to support the local football club and their anti-fascist and anti-racist ideas and actions. [28] The younger element of the support are known as the "Little Atoms".

Players

Current squad

As of 8 July 2021

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

No.Pos.NationPlayer
1 GK Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg  BIH Kenan Pirić
2 DF Flag of Greece.svg  GRE Stavros Vasilantonopoulos
3 DF Flag of Brazil.svg  BRA Lucas Galvão
5 DF Flag of Greece.svg  GRE Dimitrios Chatziisaias
6 MF Flag of Greece.svg  GRE Charis Charisis
7 MF Flag of Greece.svg  GRE Alexandros Kartalis
9 FW Flag of Greece.svg  GRE Marios Tzavidas
10 MF Flag of Brazil.svg  BRA Thomás
11 FW Flag of Argentina.svg  ARG Matías Pisano
13 GK Flag of Greece.svg  GRE Christos Theodorakis
14 MF Flag of Spain.svg  ESP Juan Muñiz
16 DF Flag of Greece.svg  GRE Spyros Natsos
17 FW Flag of Greece.svg  GRE Antonis Trimmatis
18 MF Flag of Greece.svg  GRE Giannis Oikonomidis
19 DF Flag of Greece.svg  GRE Kyriakos Kivrakidis (captain)
No.Pos.NationPlayer
20 FW Flag of Greece.svg  GRE Efthymis Koulouris
21 MF Flag of Austria.svg  AUT Patrick Salomon
22 FW Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  BEL Victor Klonaridis
23 FW Flag of Greece.svg  GRE Konstantinos Kotsopoulos
24 DF Flag of Greece.svg  GRE Fanis Mavrommatis
25 FW Flag of Albania.svg  ALB Emiliano Bullari
27 FW Flag of Greece.svg  GRE Georgios Daviotis
29 DF Flag of Greece.svg  GRE Stefanos Stroungis
30 DF Flag of Greece.svg  GRE Nikos Athanasiou
33 DF Flag of Spain.svg  ESP Dani Castellano
35 GK Flag of Greece.svg  GRE Christos Mandas
40 FW Flag of Greece.svg  GRE Ronaldo Shani
42 DF Flag of Greece.svg  GRE Fotis Zannis
43 GK Flag of Greece.svg  GRE Giannis Saltas
50 DF Flag of Croatia.svg  CRO Josip Tomašević

Honours and Achievements

Honours

Leagues

Winners (3): 1971–72, 1979–80, 2008–09
Winners (1): 1988
Winners (1): 1998
  • Athens FCA Regional Championship
Winners (2): 1928, 1962

Achievements

Leagues

Third place (2): 1927–28, 2012–13

Cups

Runners-up (2): 2010–11, 2011–12

Seasons in the 21st century

SeasonCategoryPositionCupNotes
2000–01 Gamma Ethniki3rdGS
2001–02 Gamma Ethniki5thGSPromoted to Beta Ethniki
2002–03 Beta Ethniki9th1R
2003–04 Beta Ethniki13th2R
2004–05 Beta Ethniki15th2RRelegated to Gamma Ethniki, but merged with Chalkidona

and took their place in Alpha Ethniki

Atromitos merged with Chalkidona
2005–06 Alpha Ethniki7th4RQualified to Uefa Cup
2006–07 Super League8th4R
2007–08 Super League14thSFRelegated to Beta Ethniki
2008–09 Beta Ethniki1st4RPromoted to Super League
2009–10 Super League7th5R
2010–11 Super League11thRU
2011–12 Super League4thRUQualified to Uefa Europa League
2012–13 Super League3rd3RQualified to Uefa Europa League
2013–14 Super League4thQFQualified to Uefa Europa League
2014–15 Super League4thGSQualified to Uefa Europa League
2015–16 Super League8thSF
2016–17 Super League8thQF
2017–18 Super League4thQFQualified to Uefa Europa League
2018–19 Super League4thR16Qualified to Uefa Europa League
2019–20 Super League8thQF
2020–21 Super League8th1R

Best position in bold.

Key: 1R = First Round, 3R = Third Round, 4R = Fourth Round, 5R = Fifth Round, GS = Group Stage, QF = Quarter-finals, SF = Semi-finals, RU = Runner-up.

Personnel

Management

Ownership Flag of Greece.svg Georgios Spanos
President & CEO Flag of Greece.svg Vasilis Betsis
Vice President & CEO Flag of Greece.svg Katia Koxenoglou
General Director Flag of Greece.svg Spyridon Sofianos
Technical Director Flag of Greece.svg Giannis Angelopoulos
Press Director Flag of Greece.svg Christos Galariotis
Marketing Director Flag of Greece.svg Spyridon Boulousis
Security Director Flag of Greece.svg Georgios Petrou
Computing Director Flag of Greece.svg Roberto Panagos
Accountants Director Flag of Greece.svg Vasilios Karakatsanis
Ground Manager Flag of Greece.svg Panagiotis Michaletos
Tickets Director Flag of Greece.svg Roberto Panagos
Legal Department Flag of Greece.svg Argirios Livas

Technical staff

PositionStaff
Head coach Flag of Spain.svg Ángel López
Assistant coach Flag of Spain.svg Daniel Vicioso
Goalkeeper coach Flag of Italy.svg Claudio Rapacioli
Fitness coach Flag of Spain.svg Julio Díaz
Administrative Director Flag of Argentina.svg Javier Umbides
Medical Director Flag of Greece.svg Nikolaos Piskopakis
Doctor Flag of Greece.svg Andreas Piskopakis
Physiotherapist Flag of Greece.svg Panagiotis Abeliotis
Physiotherapist Flag of Greece.svg Lefteris Gaitanos
Physiotherapist Flag of Greece.svg Nektarios Koufalis
Exercise Physio Flag of Greece.svg Georgios Ziogas
Team Manager Flag of Brazil.svg Eduardo Brito
Scout Flag of Greece.svg Tolis Apostolou
Caregiver Flag of Greece.svg Sarantos Chatzigiannakis

Former managers

European competitions record

Last update: 14 August 2019

SeasonCompetitionRoundClubHomeAwayAggregate
2006–07 UEFA Cup 1R Flag of Spain.svg Sevilla 1–20–41–6 Symbol delete vote.svg
2012–13 UEFA Europa League PO Flag of England.svg Newcastle United 1–10–11–2 Symbol delete vote.svg
2013–14 UEFA Europa League PO Flag of the Netherlands.svg AZ 1–32–03–3 (a) Symbol delete vote.svg
2014–15 UEFA Europa League 3Q Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg FK Sarajevo 1–32–13–4 Symbol delete vote.svg
2015–16 UEFA Europa League 3Q Flag of Sweden.svg AIK 1–03–14–1 Symbol keep vote.svg
PO Flag of Turkey.svg Fenerbahçe 0–10–30–4 Symbol delete vote.svg
2018–19 UEFA Europa League 2Q Flag of Belarus.svg Dynamo Brest 1–13–44–5 Symbol delete vote.svg
2019–20 UEFA Europa League 2Q Flag of Slovakia.svg DAC Dunajská Streda 3–22–15–3 Symbol keep vote.svg
3Q Flag of Poland.svg Legia Warsaw 0–20–00–2 Symbol delete vote.svg
Notes [29]

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