Galanolefki (Sky blue-white)
|Association||Hellenic Football Federation|
|Most caps||11 players (3)|
|Top scorer||Giannis Taralidis (2)|
|Home stadium||Olympic Stadium|
| Sweden 9–0 Greece |
(Antwerp, Belgium; August 29, 1920)
| Sweden 9–0 Greece |
(Antwerp, Belgium; August 29, 1920)
|Appearances||3 (first in 1920 )|
|Best result||Round 1: 1920, 1952, 2004|
Greece Olympic football team represents Greece in international football competitions in Olympic Games. The selection is limited to players under the age of 23, except three overaged players. The team is controlled by the Hellenic Football Federation (HFF).
|1896||Athens||No football tournament|
|1900||Paris||Did Not Qualify|
|1904||St.Louis||Did Not Qualify|
|1908||London||Did Not Qualify|
|1912||Stockholm||Did Not Qualify|
|1924||Paris||Did Not Qualify|
|1928||Amsterdam||Did Not Qualify|
|1932||Los Angeles||No football tournament|
|1936||Berlin||Did Not Qualify|
|1948||London||Did Not Qualify|
|1956||Melbourne||Did Not Qualify|
|1960||Rome||Did Not Qualify|
|1964||Tokyo||Did Not Qualify|
|1968||Mexico City||Did Not Qualify|
|1972||Munich||Did Not Qualify|
|1976||Montreal||Did Not Qualify|
|1980||Moscow||Did Not Qualify|
|1984||Los Angeles||Did Not Qualify|
|1988||Seoul||Did Not Qualify|
|1992||Barcelona||Did Not Qualify|
|1996||Atlanta||Did Not Qualify|
|2000||Sydney||Did Not Qualify|
|2008||Beijing||Did Not Qualify|
|2012||London||Did Not Qualify|
Head coach: Georgios Kalafatis
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Club|
|FW||Giorgos Andrianopoulos||1900||0||Piraikos Syndesmos|
|FW||Yiannis Andrianopoulos||1900||1||Piraiki Enosi|
|FW||Georgios Chatziandreou||1899||1||Piraikos Syndesmos|
|MF||Sotiris Despotopoulos||0||Panionios Smyrni - Izmir|
|FW||Theodoros Dimitriou||1899||1||Panionios Smyrni - Izmir|
|GK||Antonis Fotiadis||1899||1||Apollon Smyrni - Izmir|
|DF||Agamenon Gilis||1899||1||Apollon Smyrni - Izmir|
|MF||Dimitris Gotis||1899||1||Apollon Smyrni - Izmir|
|DF||Nikos Kaloudis||1899||1||Piraiki Enosi|
|FW||Theodoros Nikolaidis||1899||1||F.C. Goudi Athens|
|MF||Christos Peppas||1899||1||Piraiki Enosi|
|Vassilis Samios||0||Apollon Smyrni - Izmir|
Head coach: Antonis Migiakis
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|MF||Thanasis Bebis||26 June 1928 (aged 24)||1||0||Olympiacos|
|MF||Giorgos Darivas||12 March 1926 (aged 26)||1||0||Olympiacos|
|FW||Babis Drosos||19 March 1927 (aged 25)||1||0||Olympiacos|
|FW||Pavlos Emmanouilidis||1929 (aged 23)||1||1||AEK Athens|
|DF||Youlielmos Arvanitis||1920 (aged 32)||1||0||AEK Athens|
|MF||Ioannis Ioannou||1931 (aged 21)||1||0||Ethnikos Piraeus|
|DF||Kostas Linoxilakis||5 March 1933 (aged 19)||1||0||Panathinaikos|
|FW||Ilias Papageorgiou||1925 (aged 27)||1||0||AEK Athens|
|GK||Nikos Petzaropoulos||17 January 1927 (aged 25)||1||0||Panionios|
|MF||Kostas Poulis||1928 (aged 24)||1||0||AEK Athens|
|DF||Ilas Rosidis||3 February 1927 (aged 25)||1||0||Olympiacos|
|GK||Michalis Delavinias||1 January 1921 (aged 31)||0||0||AEK Athens|
|MF||Babis Kotridis||30 October 1928 (aged 23)||0||0||Olympiacos|
|DF||Andreas Mouratis||29 November 1926 (aged 25)||0||0||Olympiacos|
|FW||Panagiotis Patakas||1 January 1929 (aged 23)||0||0||AEK Athens|
|FW||Lakis Petropoulos||1929 (aged 23)||0||0||Panathinaikos|
Head coach: Stratos Apostolakis
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|1||GK||Georgios Abaris||23 April 1982 (aged 22)||2||0||Iraklis|
|2||DF||Aris Galanopoulos||13 September 1981 (aged 22)||1||0||Kalamata|
|3||MF||Panagiotis Lagos||18 July 1985 (aged 19)||3||0||Iraklis|
|4||DF||Evangelos Moras||26 August 1981 (aged 22)||3||0||AEK Athens|
|5||DF||Spyros Vallas||26 August 1981 (aged 22)||3||0||Olympiacos|
|6||MF||Ieroklis Stoltidis*||2 February 1975 (aged 29)||3||1||Olympiacos|
|7||FW||Anestis Agritis||16 April 1981 (aged 23)||1||0||Egaleo|
|8||MF||Konstantinos Nebegleras*||14 April 1975 (aged 29)||3||0||Iraklis|
|9||FW||Dimitris Salpingidis||18 August 1981 (aged 22)||3||0||PAOK|
|10||FW||Nikolaos Mitrou||10 July 1983 (aged 21)||2||0||Panionios|
|11||FW||Dimitrios Papadopoulos||20 October 1981 (aged 22)||3||1||Panathinaikos|
|12||DF||Christos Karypidis||2 December 1982 (aged 21)||0||0||PAOK|
|13||MF||Fanouris Goundoulakis||13 July 1981 (aged 23)||0||0||Panionios|
|14||MF||Georgios Fotakis||29 October 1981 (aged 22)||1||0||Egaleo|
|15||MF||Miltiadis Sapanis*||28 January 1976 (aged 28)||3||0||Panathinaikos|
|16||DF||Loukas Vyntra||5 February 1981 (aged 23)||3||0||Panathinaikos|
|17||MF||Giannis Taralidis||17 May 1981 (aged 23)||3||2||Olympiacos|
|18||GK||Kleopas Giannou||4 May 1982 (aged 22)||1||0||Olympiacos|
* Over-aged player.
|29 August 1920Preliminary Round||Sweden||9 – 0||Greece||Antwerp, Belgium|
|10:00 CET (UTC+1)||Albert Olsson 4',79', Herbert Karlsson 15',20',21',51',85', Ragnar Wicksell 25', Albin Dahl 31'||Stadium: Olympic Stadium [A] |
Referee: Charles Barette(Belgium)
|15 July 1952Preliminary Round||Denmark||2 – 1||Greece||Tampere, Finland|
|19:00CET (UTC+1)||Poul Erik Petersen 36',37'||Pavlos Emmanouilidis 85'||Stadium: Ratina Stadion |
Referee: Axel Bjerregaard(Denmark)
|11 August 2004Round 1||South Korea||2 – 2||Greece||Thessaloniki, Greece|
|20:30CET (UTC+1)||Kim Dong-jin 43', Loukas Vyntra 64' (o.g.)||Giannis Taralidis 78', Dimitrios Papadopoulos 82'||Stadium: Kaftanzoglio Stadium |
Referee: Chigon Kim(South Korea)
|14 August 2004Round 1||Greece||0 – 2||Mali||Thessaloniki, Greece|
|20:30CET (UTC+1)||Mamadi Berthe 2', Tenema Ndiaye 45'||Stadium: Kaftanzoglio Stadium |
Referee: Carlos Torres(Paraguay)
|Football at the Mediterranean Games|
|Until 1967||See Greece national football team|
|1991–present||See Greece national under-20 team|
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