PAS Giannina F.C.

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PAS Giannina
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Full nameΠανηπειρωτικός Αθλητικός Σύλλογος Γιάννινα 1966
(Panepirotic Athletic Club Giannina 1966)
Nickname(s)Άγιαξ της Ηπείρου (Ajax of Epirus)
Short namePAS
Founded8 July 1966;55 years ago (1966-07-08)
Ground Zosimades Stadium
Capacity7,652
OwnerGiorgos Christovasilis
ChairmanGiorgos Christovasilis
Manager Iraklis Metaxas
League Super League Greece
2020–21 Super League Greece, 9th
Website Club website
Soccerball current event.svg Current season

PAS Giannina Football Club (Greek : ΠΑΕ ΠΑΣ Γιάννινα 1966), or with its full name Panepirotikos Athlitikos Syllogos Giannina (Greek : Πανηπειρωτικός Αθλητικός Σύλλογος Γιάννινα, Panepirotic Athletic Club Giannina) is a Greek professional football club based in the city of Ioannina, the capital of Epirus region.

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PAS Giannina was formed in 1966 as a result of the union of the two local teams – AO Ioanninon (union of Atromitos Ioanninon and Olympiacos Ioanninon in 1962) and PAS Averof. [1] [2] [3] [4] As emblem of the new team was chosen the bull, as appeared on the ancient coin of the Epirote League. The club have competed several times in the Super League.

The club is probably best known among Greek football fans for its loyal support and its status as the most successful football club in Epirus region.

History

The beginning (1966–1971)

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Óscar Álvarez he played four years for PAS Giannina

The first official match was for the Greek Cup against Pindos Konitsas in 2 October 1966. The result was 4–0 for PAS Giannina. [5] [6]

PAS Giannina was a mid-table club of the Second Division until 1971. In 1966–67, the club finished 6th. [7] In 1967–68, it finished 10th. [7] In 1968–69, it finished 5th. [7] In 1969–70, it finished 7th. [7] In 1970–71, it finished 13th. [7]

The rise of "Ajax of Epirus" (1971–1983)

In 1971, the Portuguese Gómez de Faria [8] [9] was signed as manager. [10] In 1971–72, PAS Giannina finished 13th. [7] In the middle of the season, three Argentine players were signed: Alfredo Glasman, Jose Pasternac and Eduardos Kontogeorgakis (who is Eduardo Rigani's son). At the end of the season, three more Argentine players were signed: Juan Montes, Oscar Alvarez [11] and Eduardo Lisa. [10] PAS Giannina was in the race for promotion. In 1972–73, the club finished second. [7] In 1973–74, it finished first [7] and was promoted to the First division. [12]

PAS Giannina was in the First Division for 10 years. The club finished several times near the top of the First Division table, often earning victories over more established Greek teams such as Olympiacos, Panathinaikos, AEK Athens and PAOK. The effective and spirited play of the club during these years drew flattering comparisons with the famous Dutch club Ajax Amsterdam, and the moniker "Ajax of Epirus" has stuck with the team ever since.

In 1974–75, PAS Giannina finished 9th. [7] In 1975–76, PAS Giannina finished 5th for the first time. [7] This position is the record high for the club. In 1976–77, it finished 11th. [7] In 1977–78, the club finished 5th again. [7] The club qualified for the Balkans Cup for the first time in its history. In 1978–79, it finished 14th. In 1979–80, it finished 6th. [7] In the middle of the season, former Poland national team coach Jacek Gmoch was signed from the Epirote club. [13] It was a brief but a reasonably successful tenure. In 1980–81, it finished 11th. [7] In 1981–82, it finished 14th. [7] In 1982–83, it finished 9th. [7]

In the doldrums (1983–1997)

The period following the aforementioned peak years of the club generally marked a sharp decline in the fortunes of it as many of its top stars moved on or retired outright without being satisfactorily replaced. In 1983–84, PAS Giannina finished 15th. It was in a tie with Panionios. There was a play out match in Larissa between the two clubs. Panionios won the match 2–0. PAS Giannina relegated in the Second Division. [14] In 1984–85, the club finished first [7] in the Second Division and was promoted to the First Division. In 1985–86, it finished 13th. [7] In 1986–87, it finished 16th and was relegated to the Second Division [7]

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Giourkas Seitaridis international Euro 2004 Champion with Greece, played for PAS Giannina F.C. from 1998 to 2001

In 1987–88, it finished 12th. [7] In 1988–89, it finished 4th. [7] The club qualified for the promotion playoffs with Ethnikos Piraeus, Apollon Kalamarias, Korinthos, Diagoras and Veroia. It failed to get promoted. [15] In 1989–90, it finished third and got promoted to the First Division. [7] [16] In 1990–91, the club finished 18th and was relegated to the Second Division. [7] In 1991–92, the club finished 14th. [7] In 1992–93, it finished 10th. [7] PAS Giannina qualified for the Balkans Cup for the second time in its history. In 1993–94, it finished 5th. [7] Also the club was runner up in the Balkans Cup 1993–94. In 1994–95, it finished 8th. In 1995–96, it finished 12th. [7] In 1996–97, it finished 16th. [7] PAS Giannina was relegated to the Third Division for the first time in its history. [17]

Comeback and a new crisis (1997–2004)

PAS Giannina was in the Third Division for the first time in its history. In 1997–98, it finished first [7] and got promoted to the Second division. [18] In 1998–99, it finished 4th, [7] failing to get promoted to the First Division. In 1999–00, it finished third [7] and qualified for the promotion playoffs with Egaleo and Panserraikos. PAS Giannina won Panserraikos 3–1 and draw with Egaleo 1–1. After that the club promoted to the First Division. [19] In 2000–01, it finished 13th [7] and qualified to the relegation playoffs. The club relegated after a 3-game playoff with OFI Crete. [20] In 2001–02, PAS Giannina finished first and promoted to the First Division. [7]

PAS experienced a fair degree of instability in these years. In 2002–03, PAS Giannina finished 14th. After the penalty of 90 points the club finished 16th and relegated. The penalty of 90 points imposed on it by the Greek football association (EPO) for financial reasons. [21] There were a lot of financial problems in season 2003–04. The club finished 14th and qualified to playout with Ilisiakos. The club lost 3–1 and relegated in the Third division for the second time in its history. The club turned on a semi-professional status.

Semifinals Of Greek Cup (2004–2010)

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Christos Patsatzoglou, played for PAS Giannina F.C. from 2010 to 2013

The control of the club switched over to attorney Alexis Kougias. In 2004–05, the club finished second and failed to get promoted. [7] [22] In 2005–06 it finished second and got promoted to Second Division. [22] In 2006–07, PAS Giannina finished 5th. [7] Also, PAS Giannina reached the semifinals of the Greek Cup 2006–07 against AE Larissa FC. PAS Giannina lost 2–0 both home and away match. On the quarter-final PAS Giannina won Olympiacos, 2–0 at home and lost 2–1 in Karaiskakis Stadium of an extra-time goal from Evangelos Kontogoulidis before a hostile crowd. [23] PAS Giannina finished 4th in the Second Division in the 2007–08 season, failing to get promoted.

In the summer of 2008, ownership of the club was passed over to Giorgos Christovasilis, a businessman from Athens whose roots are from the Epirus region. He signed Guillermo Ángel Hoyos as manager [24] and some great players such as Luciano. [25] In the 2008–09 season, the club promoted as second in the Super League.

In the summer of 2009, the club signed players such as Dimitrios Eleftheropoulos, Ibrahima Bakayoko, Konstantinos Mendrinos, Ilias Kotsios. [26] In 2009–10, the club finished 15th and got relegated one more time. [7] On the other hand, the club was successful in the Greek Cup. PAS Giannina reached the semifinals for the second time in its history. In the quarter final PAS Giannina won PAOK 4–0 in Zosimades Stadium. [27] [28] In the semifinals, the club lost from Panathinaikos on aggregate 2–4.

Road to UEFA Europa League (2010–2017)

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Tomás De Vincenti Tomas de Vicenti played for PAS Giannina F.C. from 2009 to 2013

In the 2010–11 season, PAS Giannina was promoted as second again to Super League. [7] The club takes part in Super League every year. In 2011–12, PAS Giannina finished 8th. [7] In 2012–13, PAS Giannina finished 5th and qualified for the playoffs with Atromitos, Asteras Tripolis and PAOK for the first time in its history.

It started with 2 wins but at the end it finished 4th. The club qualified for Europa League. PAS Giannina were not licensed to play in the Europa League and therefore were replaced by the next Europa League licensed team in the table, not already qualified for any European competition, which was Skoda Xanthi. In 2013–14, the club finished 11th, a safe mid-table position. In 2014–15, the club finished 6th. Also that year, there were awards for the manager and two players. Giannis Petrakis won the best manager of the year award. Charis Charisis won the best young player of Greek Super League award and Markos Vellidis won the best goalkeeper award. [29]

In 2015–16, the club finished 6th again. [30] PAS Giannina qualified for UEFA Europa League 2016–17 because Panionios was excluded from participating in the 2016–17 European competitions by UEFA for financial reasons. [31] The club qualified for European competitions, except Balkans Cup, for the first time in its history.

In 2016–17, the club takes part in the Super League. The club finished 9th. An important moment was the charity match for the refugees between the veterans of the club and FC Barcelona. [32] The charity match and activities were organized by the Barça Players Association in collaboration with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and with the support of PAS Giannina FC. [33]

Recent years (2017–today)

In 2017–18, the club finished 9th again in the Super League. Also, PAS Giannina reached the quarterfinals in the Greek Cup. [34] In 2018–19, after an awful season, PAS Giannina finished 14th and relegated to the Super League 2. There were many changes at the club. Petrakis left the club after years and a new manager, Argirios Giannikis was hired. Some players, with many years at the club, left it as well. Michail, Tzimopoulos, Lila, Giakos left the club. Some young players like Liasos, Lolis, Naumets took part at first 11. Also, Giorgos Dasios returned to the club as Director of Football. PAS Giannina was first when the championship was suspended. On 22 June 2020, it was announced that the ranking on 12 March 2020 is the final ranking. PAS Giannina won the Super League Greece 2 in the season 2019–20 and been the first team to win the new competition and the club was promoted to Super League 1. [35] In 2020-21,the club finished 8th on the regular season. It finished 9th after the end of play out. The team got into the semi-final of the Greek Cup in the season 2020-21 after beating Atromitos and Panathinaikos. [36] [37] [38] [39] PAS Giannina reached semi finals for the third time in its history. In the semifinals, the club lost from Olympiacos on aggregate 2–4.

Stadium and facilities

PAS Giannina play in the home ground, Zosimades, [40] where they have played since its foundation. The capacity is 7,500 seats. The stadium is in the downtown of Ioannina. The highest attendance (14,557 fans) was in a match with Olympiacos in season 1974–75. [41]

The training facilities are in PEAKI. There are three football fields and a car parking with capacity of 500 cars. [42]

Honours and distinctions

Over the years, PAS has competed in the Super League for a total of 25 seasons (plus 2020–21). The club has never won the Super League or the Greek Cup, but it has won lower division titles throughout its history and represented Greece in the 1979–80 and 1993–94 Balkans Cup tournaments. During its history in the Super League, the club finished 3 times in the 5th position (1975–76, 1977–78, 2012–13 seasons) and 3 times in the 6th position (1979–80, 2014–15, 2015–16 seasons).

On January 31, 2007, PAS clinched a spot in the Greek Cup semifinals by virtue of an extra-time goal from Evangelos Kontogoulidis before a hostile crowd in Karaiskakis Stadium. With an aggregate score of 3–2, PAS Giannina also is the first ever lower division club that eliminated Olympiacos from the Greek Cup tournament.

The most famous player to have donned the blue and white PAS Giannina's jersey in recent years is defender Giourkas Seitaridis, who later played for Panathinaikos, FC Porto, Dynamo Moscow, and Atlético Madrid as well as the triumphant Euro 2004 Greece squad.

National

International

Seasons in the 21st century

SeasonCategoryPositionCup
2000–01 Alpha Ethniki13thR16
2001–02 Beta Ethniki1st1R
2002–03 Alpha Ethniki16thR16
2003–04 Beta Ethniki14th1R
2004–05 Gamma Ethniki (Group 2)2nd1R
2005–06 Gamma Ethniki (Group 2)2ndR32
2006–07 Beta Ethniki5thSF
2007–08 Beta Ethniki4th2R
2008–09 Beta Ethniki2nd3R
2009–10 Super League15thSF
2010–11 Football League2ndR16
2011–12 Super League8thR16
2012–13 Super League5thQF
2013–14 Super League11thR32
2014–15 Super League6thR16
2015–16 Super League6thR16
2016–17 Super League9thR16
2017–18 Super League9thQF
2018–19 Super League14thR16
2019–20 Super League 21stR16
2020–21 Super League9thSF

Best position in bold.

Key: 1R = First Round, 2R = Second Round, 3R = Third Round, 4R = Fourth Round, 5R = Fifth Round, GS = Group Stage, QF = Quarter-finals, SF = Semi-finals.

European competitions record

UEFA Europa League

Last update: 5 August 2016

SeasonCompetitionRoundClubHomeAwayAggregate
2016–17 UEFA Europa League 2Q Flag of Norway.svg Odd 3–0 [43] 1–3 [44] 4–3 Symbol keep vote.svg
3Q Flag of the Netherlands.svg AZ 1–2 [45] 0–1 [46] 1–3 Symbol delete vote.svg

Balkans Cup

SeasonCompetitionRoundClubHomeAwayAggregate
1979–80 Balkans Cup Group Stage Flag of Albania.svg Partizani 3–00–2 Symbol delete vote.svg
Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg NK Rijeka 1–31–2
1993–94 Balkans Cup Semi-finals Flag of Albania.svg Besa 2–03–15–1 Symbol keep vote.svg
Final Flag of Turkey.svg Samsunspor 0–20–30–5 Symbol delete vote.svg

Supporters and Nickname

The team is well known for its passionate supporters, mainly from the city of Ioannina and the whole Epirus region. The first union was the fan club of square at 70s and 80s. A new fan club was founded on 1986. The name was the bulls (tavroi). The club was active until 2011. One more fan club was founded in the middle of 90s unofficial, Blue Vayeros. Officially it was founded on 2000. [47] Apei rotan was founded on 2008 and they were active until 2015. [48] Azzurra Familia was founded on 2013 and it was active for a short period. [49] PAS Giannina fan club was founded on 2018. [50]

There were fan clubs in Athens like Los Toros Locos (2001-2009) or Thessaloniki (Blue Vayeros Salonica (2006-2011). There are also groups in Greece or abroad. [51]

PAS Giannina was given the nickname Ajax of Epirus (Greek: Άγιαξ της Ηπείρου) in the 1970s, thanks to their impressive football style which was linked licentia poetica to the style of the famous Dutch club. [52]

Rivalries

PAS Giannina fans feel deep antipathy towards the clubs from Athens, Olympiacos and Panathinaikos, AEK Athens.

There is a rivalry with OFI Crete based on the events surrounding their 2001 playoffs. In contrast, derby matches against AE Larissa FC are competitive in the sporting sense but do not evoke the same feelings of enmity from PAS Giannina supporters. The other important rivals are Panachaiki, Panetolikos, AO Kerkyra.

In the past there were local derbies in Epirus. These were with Anagennisi Artas and PAS Preveza.

There was a rivalry with Panionios based on 1984 playout match. [53] This rivalry has been increased since the summer of 2016, when Panionios was not granted a license by UEFA to compete in the Europa League following a claim by PAS Giannina. UEFA ruled that PAS Giannina take Panionios’ place in the 2016 2nd qualifying round of the Europa League. [54] [55]

Crest and colours

The colours of the team are blue or cyan and white. The crest depicts an ancient bull with an oak wreath, as appeared in an ancient coin (238–168 BC) of the Epirote League plus the word "ΑΠΕΙΡΩΤΑΝ" meaning "people of Epirus".

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1968–69
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2016–17
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Players

Current squad

As of 19 July 2021 [56] [57]

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

No.Pos.NationPlayer
2 DF Flag of Greece.svg  GRE Manolis Saliakas
4 DF Flag of Greece.svg  GRE Epaminondas Pantelakis
6 DF Flag of Greece.svg  GRE Giannis Kargas
8 MF Flag of Argentina.svg  ARG Fabricio Brener (on loan from Belgrano)
10 MF Flag of Spain.svg  ESP Juan Domínguez
11 FW Flag of Greece.svg  GRE Giorgos Doumtsis
13 GK Flag of Russia.svg  RUS Yuri Lodygin
15 DF Flag of Argentina.svg  ARG Rodrigo Erramuspe
17 MF Flag of Ukraine.svg  UKR Vladyslav Naumets
19 MF Flag of Greece.svg  GRE Alexandros Lolis
20 FW Flag of Moldova.svg  MDA Nicolae Milinceanu
22 MF Flag of Greece.svg  GRE Stefanos Siontis (captain)
23 DF Flag of Greece.svg  GRE Stavros Pilios
24 DF Flag of Greece.svg  GRE Antonis Oikonomopoulos
No.Pos.NationPlayer
25 DF Flag of Greece.svg  GRE Pantelis Panourgias
30 MF Flag of Greece.svg  GRE Alexis Triadis
43 DF Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  BEL Marvin Peersman
47 MF Flag of Greece.svg  GRE Pavlos Grosdanis
80 MF Flag of Greece.svg  GRE Angelos Liasos
99 GK Flag of Greece.svg  GRE Vasilis Athanasiou
MF Flag of Greece.svg  GRE Zisis Karachalios
FW Flag of Greece.svg  GRE Panagiotis Triadis
DF Flag of Greece.svg  GRE Dimitris Karagiannis
GK Flag of Greece.svg  GRE Vasilis Soulis
FW Flag of Germany.svg  GER Jan-Marc Schneider
FW Flag of Colombia.svg  COL Juan José Perea

Notable former players

GreeceAlbania

Algeria

Argentina

Brazil

Cameroon

Guatemala

Ivory Coast

North Macedonia

Morocco

Netherlands

Serbia

Slovenia

Spain

Managerial history

Further information:PAS Giannina F.C. managers

Further information:List of PAS Giannina F.C. managers

Club personnel

Technical staff

PositionStaff
Director of FootballDimitris Niarchakos [58]
Director of Office
Head of Ticket DepartmentAndreas Potsis
Press & Media OfficeBabis Karvelis
Marketing OfficeKostas Pediaditakis

Coaching staff

PositionStaff
Head Coach Iraklis Metaxas [59]
Assistant CoachThanasis Staikos [60]
Fitness CoachIoannis Dourountos [61]
Goalkeepers CoachSlobodan Suica [62]

Medical staff

PositionStaff
Head doctorStavros Restanis
PhysioFilippos Skordos

Club personnel

PositionStaff
Majority ownerGiorgos Christovasilis
President and CEOGiorgos Christovasilis
Vice PresidentChristos Kostas
MembersGiorgos Ioannou
Konstantinos Mpellos
Amateur club memberGiorgos Oikonomou

Former presidents

PAS Giannina F.C. presidential history from 1966 to present
  • Periklis Giannis (1966-1970)
  • Themistoklis Lekkas (1970)
  • Achilleas Emmanouilidis (1970-1971)
  • Athanasios Tsoukanelis (1971-1973)
  • Konstantinos Mpegas (1973-1974)
  • Eleftherios Kalogiannis (1974-1975)
  • Christoforos Papadopoulos (1975-1977)
  • Georgios Konstantopoulos (1977-1979)
  • Kostas Anastasiou (1979-1981)
  • Grigoris Gourgoulis (1981-1983)
  • Nikos Anastasiou (1983-1984)
  • Vaggelis Gourgoulis (1984)
  • Konstantinos Glinavos (1984-1985)
  • Christos Mitsis (1985-1987)
  • Konstantinos Glinavos (1987-1989)
  • Konstantinos Christidis (1989-1997)
  • Christoforos Papadopoulos (1997-1998)
  • Manthos Kolempas (1998-2003)
  • Nikos Gontas (2003)
  • Manthos Kolempas (2003)
  • Sotiris Pappas (2003-2004)
  • Pyrros Giannakos (2004)
  • Alexis Kougias (2004-2006)
  • Pyrros Giannakos (2006)
  • Anastasios Ntouskos (2006-2007)
  • Eleftherios Glinavos (2007)
  • Konstantinos Prokos (2007-2008)
  • Giorgos Christovasilis (2008-

Sponsorships

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