Tsiklitiras Pylos F.C.

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Tsiklitiras Pylos
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Full nameAthlitikos Omilos Pylos "Olympionikis Kostis Tsiklitiras"
Founded1968
GroundMunicipal Pylos Stadium
Pylos, Messenia, Greece
Capacity600
ChairmanAnastasios Karalis
ManagerNikolaos Kakaletris
League Messinia FCA
2017-18 Gamma Ethniki (Group 5), 10th relegate
Website Club website

Tsiklitiras Pylos F.C. is a Greek football club, based in Pylos, Messenia. The club took its name from Konstantinos Tsiklitiras, a Greek athlete and Olympic Champion of the former century.

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