Thyella Patras F.C.

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Thyella Patras
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Founded14 June 1930;92 years ago (1930-06-14)
GroundFotis Aravantinos Stadium
ChairmanTakis Thanopoulos
ManagerSakis Pefanis
LeagueAchaea FCA
2020–21 Gamma Ethniki, 11th (relegated)

Thyella ("Storm")(Greek: Α.Π.Σ. Θύελλα A.P.S. Thyella) is an athletic club in Patras in the Achaia prefecture.



The club is one of the most popular in the entire prefecture of Achaea. The team was first created on June 14, 1930 and in the same year, the team entered the third division. Until 1938, the team reached the first category and played a protagonistic role and conquered many titles. In 1959 the team played under the Olympiacos name and played in the second division in the 1960–61 season, they played in the same division by renaming the club back to Thyella. Its colours are blue and white. They belong to the Achaea Football Clubs Association and won the Achaea championship two times.

The team entered the fourth division. For many years, the team played in the Prosfyghika Stadium and today plays in the same stadium which constructed after the games of the former president and player Fotis Aravantinou and Dimitris Andresas and the president Panagiotis Thanopoulos. It has a central field along with two others, two of them plays in grass.


Fotis Aravantinos Stadium Fotis Aravantinos football center.jpg
Fotis Aravantinos Stadium


1951, 1952, 1953, 1974, 1984, 1986, 2001

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