Greek Amateur Cup (Greek: Κύπελλο Ερασιτεχνικών Ομάδων Ελλάδος) is one of the most known competitions for amateur teams in Greece.
|Season||Finalist 1||Score||Finalist 2||Venue|
|1971–72|| Alexandroupoli GS ||2 – 3||Fivos Kremastis|| Georgios Karaiskakis Stadium,|
|1972–73||Dafni Erythron||1 – 1|
6 – 5
|Pelopas Kiato|| Neapoli Stadium, |
|1973–74||Olympiakos Loutrakiou||3 – 1||P.A.O. Koryfis Veroias|| Peristeri Stadium,|
|1974–75||AO Rethymnou||2 – 5|| PAOK Amateurs|| Apostolos Nikolaidis,|
|1975–76|| Niki Volos ||2 – 1||Rouf||Lamia Stadium,|
|1976–77|| Anthoupoli Larissa F.C. ||0 – 2||AO Karditsa||Volos Stadium,|
|1977–78||Doxa Megalopolis||0 – 1|| Panaspropirgiakos ||Tavros Stadium,|
|1978–79|| Pandramaikos ||3 – 3|
7 – 8
|APO Chios|| Neapoli Stadium, |
|1979–80||AE Didymoticho||1 – 0||AO Neapoli|| Lysandros Kaftanzoglou,|
|1980–81|| Anagennisi Karditsa ||1 – 0|| Paniliakos ||Tavros Stadium,|
|1981–82|| Aiolikos ||3 – 2||ΑΟ Nea Artaki||Tavros Stadium,|
|1982–83||AO Artas||0 – 2||Ergotelis|| Apostolos Nikolaidis,|
|1983–84||Niki Diikitiriou||1 – 1|
4 – 2
| Atsalenios || Olympic Stadium |
|1984–85||Omiros Neochoriou||1 – 2|| Aris Amateurs|| Olympic Stadium,|
|1985–86|| Pandramaikos ||0 – 0|
4 – 2
|APS Patras|| Georgios Karaiskakis,|
|1986–87||Aias Gastounis||2 – 1|| PAS Giannina || Georgios Karaiskakis,|
|1987–88||Megas Alexandros Orfani||1 – 0||Fivos Kremastis|| Egaleo Stadium,|
|1988–89|| Anagennisi Giannitsa ||5 – 0||E.G.O.I.|| Georgios Karaiskakis,|
|1989–90||Spartacos Thessalonikis||2 – 2|
6 – 5
|Agios Nikolaos|| Apostolos Nikolaidis,|
|1990–91|| Thiva ||1 – 1|
4 – 6
|Pelopas Kiatou|| Apostolos Nikolaidis,|
|1991–92|| Kerkyra ||0 – 0|
1 – 3
|Aspida Xanthi|| Apostolos Nikolaidis,|
|1992–93||Kalampaki||1 – 1|
6 – 7
| Kozani FC || Aris Stadium,|
|1993–94|| Panathinaikos Amateurs||2 – 0||Ermis Ermionis|| Georgios Karaiskakis,|
|1994–95|| Poseidon Michanionas ||0 – 0|
5 – 4
| Keratsini ||Trikala Stadium,|
|1995–96|| Ethnikos Katerini ||2 – 1|| Iraklis Larissa ||Evosmos Stadium,|
|1996–97||Ionia Chanion||1 – 0||Pontii Rodopis || Apostolos Nikolaidis,|
|1997–98|| Akratitos ||3 – 1|| Kilkisiakos || Olympic Stadium,|
|1998–99|| Chalkidon / Near-East ||3 – 2 |
|Olympiacos Chersonissos||Grigorios Lambrakis,|
|1999–2000|| PANO Malia ||2 – 1||Orfeas Sourotis|| Nea Smyrni Stadium,|
Nea Smyrni (Athens)
|2000–01|| Thrasyvoulos ||2 – 1||Posidon Neon Poron||Stylida Stadium|
|2001–02|| Aiolikos ||4 – 2||Almopos Arideas|| Levadia Municipal Stadium |
|2002–03|| Veria ||2 – 1|| PAS Preveza ||Sofades Stadium|
|2003–04|| Chaidari ||3 – 0|| Aiolikos ||Kiato Stadium,|
|2004–05|| Keravnos Kerateas ||3 – 0||Orfeas Sourotis|| Municipal Stadium of Volos,|
|2006–07|| Doxa Megalopolis ||1 – 0|| Kilkisiakos ||Municipal Athletic Center of Lamia,|
|2007–08|| Panargiakos ||3 – 0||Niki Polygyrou||Municipal Athletic Center of Lamia,|
|2008–09||Volida Garounas||4 – 3||Aspropyrgos||Municipal Athletic Center of Mesolonghi,|
|2009–10||Enosi Mideas||1 – 0||Ethnikos Vaterou|| Levadia Municipal Stadium,|
|2010–11||Asteras Magoula||2 – 0||Agrotis Lianokladiou||Chalkis Municipal Stadium,|
|2012–13||Foivos Kremastis Rodou||2 – 1||Panarkadikos||Psachna Municipal Stadium,|
|2013–14||Panerythraikos||2 – 1||Ermis Kiveriou||Corinth Municipal Stadium,|
|2014–15||Nestos Chrysoupoli||2 – 0||Thyella Rafinas||Karditsa Municipal Stadium, |
|2015–16||Pydna Kitrous||1 – 0||Ialysos|| Peristeri Stadium, |
|2016–17||Irodotos||1 – 0||Elpis Skoutari||Spata Municipal Stadium, |
|2017–18||Ierapetra||2 – 0||Niki Volos||Keratsini Municipal Stadium, |
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