Superleague Greece Youth Leagues

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The Superleague Greece Youth Leagues is a system of youth football leagues that are managed, organised and controlled by the Superleague. Youth Leagues are the organizational events involving the superleague clubs' infrastructure teams. It was established in 2002 as a single category, and in 2008 it split into two, until 2013 to three age levels. Previously known as the "Amateur Championship".

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Leagues

In each league, they participate Infrastructure teams of Superleague's clubs. A team may become a champion in any of the infrastructure championships, but not participate in the next year's championship if the first team is relegated.

History

Superleague under 20

It takes place in a single group. Any team taking the first place at the end of the season become a champion. The schedule is common to the Superleague's championship.

Superleague under 17

It takes place in two groups, where the teams are placed with geographical criteria. The first two teams of each group qualify for the final stage, Which takes place in a court with knockout matches (semi-finals and final).

Superleague under 15

It takes place in two groups, where the teams are placed with geographical criteria. The first team of each group qualify to the final, which takes place on a neutral stadium. The winner being a champion. Participation in this category is optional.

Champions

Superleague U19

SeasonChampion
2001–02Youth Aris
2002–03Youth PAOK
2003–04Youth Olympiacos
2004-05Youth Panathinaikos
2005–06Youth Xanthi
2006–07U21 PAOK
2007–08U21 Xanthi
2008–09U21 Xanthi
2009–10U21 Olympiacos
2010–11U20 Aris
2011–12U20 Panathinaikos
2012–13U20 Olympiacos
2013–14U20 PAOK
2014–15U20 Olympiacos
2015–16U20 Olympiacos
2016–17U20 Olympiacos
2017–18U20 PAOK
2018–19U19 PAOK
2019–20U19 PAOK
2020–21U19 PAOK

Superleague U17

SeasonChampion
2008–09U18 Panathinaikos
2009–10U17 Olympiacos
2010–11U17 Olympiacos
2011–12U17 Aris
2012–13U17 PAOK
2013–14U17 Xanthi
2014–15U17 Olympiacos
2015–16U17 PAOK
2016–17U17 Olympiacos
2017–18U17 Olympiacos
2018–19U17 Olympiacos
2019–20U17 PAOK
2020–21U17-

Superleague U15

SeasonChampion
2013–14U15 Olympiacos
2014–15U15 PAOK
2015–16U15 Olympiacos
2016–17U15 PAOK
2017–18U15 Panathinaikos
2018–19U15 PAOK
2019–20U15 Olympiacos
2020–21U15-

Honours by club

U20, U21, Youth

ClubHonoursSeason
PAOK 72003, 2007, 2014, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021
Olympiacos 62004, 2010, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017
Xanthi 32006, 2008, 2009
Aris 22002, 2011
Panathinaikos 22005, 2012

U17, U18

ClubHonoursSeason
Olympiacos 62010, 2011, 2015, 2017, 2018, 2019
PAOK 32013, 2016, 2020
Panathinaikos 12009
Aris 12012
Xanthi 12014

U15

ClubHonoursSeason
PAOK 32015, 2017, 2019
Olympiacos 32014, 2016, 2020
Panathinaikos 12018

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