Kastoria F.C.

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Kastoria 1980
Full nameΑθλητικός Σύλλογος «Καστοριά 1980»
Nickname(s)Γουναράδες (Fur traders)
Founded6 August 1963;58 years ago (1963-08-06)
Ground Municipal Stadium of Kastoria
Capacity8,000
ChairmanSakis Rimos
ManagerPaschalis Dimitriou
LeagueKastoria FCA First Division
2020–21Kastoria FCA Second Division
Website Club website

Kastoria F.C. or AS Kastoria 1980 (Greek : Α.Σ. Καστοριά 1980 - Αθλητικός Σύλλογος Καστοριά 1980), [1] the Athletic Club Kastoria 1980, is a Greek association football club based in the city of Kastoria, Macedonia, Greece.

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History

The club was established in 1963 when three local football clubs (Aris, Atromitos and Orestias) merged to form one stronger team representing the town. In 1974, Kastoria played for the first time in the A' Ethniki of the Greek National League. Kastoria have played in the A' Division from 1974–1983 and again in season 1996-1997.

Kastoria FC won the Greek Cup in 1980 by defeating Iraklis.

Honours

League history

Sources: [2] [3] [4]

European matches

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Notable players

Logos

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