Thrasyvoulos F.C.

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Full nameThrasyvoulos Fylis Football Club
Founded1938;85 years ago (1938)
Ground Fyli Municipal Stadium
Capacity4,000 [1]
ManagerMakis Papadopoulos
LeagueA EPSDA
2012–13 Football League, 20th (relegated)

Thrasyvoulos Football Club (Greek : Α.Ο. Θρασύβουλος Φυλής) is a Greek football club based in Fyli, Attica, currently in the A EPSDA. It was founded in 1938 and named after Thrasybulus, an ancient Athenial General who used Fyli as his base to liberate Attica from Sparta. They gained promotion to the Greek Super League for 2008–09. However, their inexperience caused relegation in their first season in Greek Super League.

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