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CHAMPIONSHIP

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CUP

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SUPER CUP

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The 1st Championship



The team formed by Hungarian coach Josef Kinsler and Angelos Messaris (top scorer with 13 goals) as its best player, made history!
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The 2nd Championship



The season started smoothly but Panathinaikos, trained by Josef Strandt, won the Athens title. Later the team won also the Greek one, prevailing over Olympiakos and Aris.
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The 3rd Championship



The most difficult task for Panathinaikos was to overcome the resistance of AEK, and Apollon Athinon in the Championship of Athens. Furthermore, the "Greens" won the Panhellenic title by winning twice Aris and getting a draw with Olympiakos.
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The 4th Championship



In a rematch for the title, on the 31st of July, Panathinaikos won AEK 2-1 at "Karaiskakis" ground and became the first Champion in the history of the first division of football.
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The 5th Championship



Starting the season by achieving a serial of victories, Panathinaikos led the scoreboard from the 11th match day and never lost a touch with the top. Harry Gheim was the coach again and Andreas Papaemmanouil was the top scorer, posting 20 goals.
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The 6th Championship



An impressive first round with 14 victories in 15 games made the difference in that competition! Panathinaikos "cleared up" the Championship at an early stage and lost for the first time at the 27th match day. With Coach Harry Gheim again on the bench and top scorer Mimis Domazos, who scored 17 goals, the "Greens" won the title rather easily.In 1962's Champiomship the following players have participated: Voutsars, Drakotas, Tzounakos, Kamaras, Lonoxylakis, Andreou, Nebidis, Pitichoutis, Theofanis, Kosmidis, Papaemmanouil, Toubelis, Domazos, Panakis, Fylakouris, Cholevas, Panayiotidis, Benardos, Loukanidis.
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The 7th Championship



This one was known as the famous "invincible Championship". An outstanding achievement, never repeated till today, 51 years later! Counting with 24 victories and 6 draws, things became simple for Stephan Bobek and his players!
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The 8th Championship



Disposing a defense "made out of granite" (Takis Ikonomopoulos' achieved a personal record by keeping his goalposts "untouched" during 1088 minutes), Panathinaikos lost just once and won the title. Coached by Stephan Bobek and with top scorer Takis Loukanidis,(21 goals), the title was "guaranteed" on the 6th of June; Loukanidis scored and the team won against AEK 1-0, at Leoforos ground.
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The 9th Championship



Achieving 14 victories during the second round of the Championship, Panathinaikos, with Lakis Petropoulos on the bench, was close to conquering it. The "Greens" had started with 7/7 victories at that season before tripping and reducing the difference from their opponents.
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The 10th Championship



Panathinaikos "floored it" from the very beginning, achieving 15 victories in 17 matches during the first round and made clear to its rivals that they would have no chance to win the title.
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The 11th Championship



Panathinaikos, the goal producing "machine" (89 goals in 34 matches) of Ferenc Puskas won one more Championship. The start was rather slow but became very impressive later.
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The 12th Championship



The conquest of that Championship by Panathinaikos was one of the greatest turnarounds in the history of the competition.
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The 13th Championship



Seven years without gaining a trophy were too much, for Panathinaikos. A Polish coach came again to give the solution:
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The 14th Championship



Thanks to the transfers realized during that season, but also due to the ones happened during the previous one, Panathinaikos had an unbeatable roster.
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Τhe 15th Championship



Panathinaikos should confront three opponents in a relentless struggle to win the title.
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The 16th Championship



Disposing of a very efficient offensive "duo" with Saravakos and Warzycha (they scored 42 goals together) Panathinaikos won one more title.
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The 17th Championship



Panathinaikos won 1994-95 seasons' Championship like a storm.
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The 18th Championship



The same team which competed in the previous season did it again! This time things were much harder though, especially against AEK, as competition during the five last rounds was tough.
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The 19th Championship



Remaining during eight years without winning a Championship was too much for Panathinaikos. The team finally gained one after great efforts and strong battles till the last match!
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The 20th Championship



This is the last Championship Panathinaikos won till today.
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The 1st Cup



Panathinaikos starts its victories in the field of domestic Cups, taking good "care" of Aris, at the final, in just four minutes time... How? By scoring three times before completing the first 15' of the match!
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The 2nd Cup



Nikos Simos was the big star scoring twice in favor of his team - both goals by excellent shoots. The team won a second Cup, playing the final against AEK.
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The 3rd Cup



Having refurbished its stadium, almost as it looks today - surrounded by grandstands - in front of 25.000 spectators, a record by that time, Panathinaikos won rather easily his third Cup, playing against PAOK.
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The 4th Cup



Twelve years later, the collaboration between Zacharias Pitichoutis and Haris Grammos' ...head, offered the fourth Cup in Panathinaikos' history. Panionios was the opposing team in a final refereed by Italian Peroni.
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The 5th Cup



Panathinaikos was, once more, the winner of the Cup, meeting Olympiakos... his eternal rival! The trophy was gained by tossing the coin; the task was done by game's referee Christos Michas. The final against Olympiakos was already concluding its extra time; final penalty procedure wasn't introduced yet.
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The 6th Cup



It was the most gripping Cup final in the last years! Thanks to a "race rocket" shoot by Valianos, Panathinaikos won PAOK just seven minutes before the whistling of the referee. The team was prepared for the double to come!
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The 7th Cup



The first professional title in the history of Panathinaikos became a reality and was "sealed" by Charalambidis! The scorer missed a penalty, won by Galakos, though it didn't cost him the Cup. 19/06/1982 -Νea PhiladelphiaPanathinaikos- Larissa 1-0(49' Charalambidis) Panathinaikos: Konstantinou, Kyrastas, Simaioforidis, Kovis, Kapsis, Livathinos, Nikolae,Κouropoulos (78'Κatsiakos), Charalambidis (88' Anastasiadis), Doken, Galakos. Larissa: Plitsis, Parafestas, Patsiavouras, Galitsios, Argyroulis, Dramalis (82' Voutiritsas), Goutas (82' Mitsibonas), Golandas, Valaoras, Androudis,Μaloumidis.
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The 8th Cup



In front of ... 72.829 spectators, the biggest number of fans attending a Greek Cup final ever, Panathinaikos won the team of Larissa and "reserved" the first professional double! On its way to the final the team was almost... walking, eliminating consecutively Almopos, Thiva, Paniliakos, Kallithea, Ethnikos, Egaleo. 06/06/1984-ΟΑΚΑPanathinaikosLarissa 2-0 (18' Th. Dimopoulos, 38' Antoniou) Panathinaikos: Laftsis, Tarassis,Κaroulias,Κirastas,Κapsis, Papavassileiou,Μavridis, Antoniou, Charalambidis, (83' Gerothodoros), Rocha, Th. Dimopoulos (88'Τassopoulos). Larissa: Plitsis, Parafestas, Patsiavouras, Mitsibonas, Galitsios, Voutiritsas, Kirilidis (46' Tsiolis), Andreoudis, Ziogas, Kmietsik (72' Gabetas),Μaloumidis.
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The 9th Cup



The Cup was taken once more by Panathinaikos through a real triumph, as the final result showed.
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The 10th Cup



Following a breathless Cup final, Panathinaikos prevailed over Olympiakos 4-3 in the penalties. The regular match finished 1-1 and the extra time 2-2.
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The 11th Cup



Panionios resisted, but Panathinaikos decided to win one more Cup, the final between the two teams was played in the presence of ... 80.000 fans!
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The 12th Cup



Panathinaikos disposes now a ... dozen of Cups! This achievement is followed by the peculiarity of the double finals against Athinaikos and the great victories!
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The 13th Cup



Krzysztof Warzycha's goal and one more, which was disallowed, is all what the 64.532 fans that watched the match, are going to remember... Panathinaikos prevailed over his eternal rival and won, once more, the second most important trophy of the country!
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The 14th Cup



In a turmoil and animated final, Panathinaikos prevails over ΑΕΚ in the heart-rending penalty procedure and wins the Cup again.
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The 15th Cup



Tradition goes on for Panathinaikos... who wins his third consecutive Cup, prevailing again over AEK, in the "revenge" of the previous final. Krzysztof Warzycha scored a penalty he gained from Vlachos.
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The 16th Cup



Panathinaikos won one more "double", as additionally to the Championship the team gained also the Cup.
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The 17th Cup



One more "double" is gained as Panathinaikos won a Cup, playing against Aris. Sebastian Leto is the great figure of the match, scoring by a strong diagonal shoot from far away.
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The 18th Cup



Achieving high standards of performance, Panathinaikos is the undoubted protagonist of the 72nd final for the Greek Cup.
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The 1st Super Cup



This was the first time that Panathinaikos became a ... Super Champion. Being the Champion, the team was called to face Aris, the winner of the Cup, in Faliron.
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The 2nd Super Cup



Panathinaikos wins his second trophy, participating as a Cup winner, at that time, defeating Larissa FC, who was that season's Champion.
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The 3rd Super Cup



One more Cup for Panathinaikos in that competition, which was also a revenge for the defeat from AEK at the final of that same competition, four years ago.
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The 4th Super Cup



Panathinaikos was once again the undeniable protagonist of this match, as the final score showed! AEK was unable to react after the first half.
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TITLES LIST

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CHAMPIONSHIP

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  • 1930
    The 1st Championship
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    The team formed by Hungarian coach Josef Kinsler and Angelos Messaris (top scorer with 13 goals) as its best player, made history!

    READ MORE
  • 1949
    The 2nd Championship
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    The season started smoothly but Panathinaikos, trained by Josef Strandt, won the Athens title. Later the team won also the Greek one, prevailing over Olympiakos and Aris.

    READ MORE
  • 1953
    The 3rd Championship
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    The most difficult task for Panathinaikos was to overcome the resistance of AEK, and Apollon Athinon in the Championship of Athens. Furthermore, the "Greens" won the Panhellenic title by winning twice Aris and getting a draw with Olympiakos.

    READ MORE
  • 1960
    The 4th Championship
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    In a rematch for the title, on the 31st of July, Panathinaikos won AEK 2-1 at "Karaiskakis" ground and became the first Champion in the history of the first division of football.

    READ MORE
  • 1961
    The 5th Championship
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    Starting the season by achieving a serial of victories, Panathinaikos led the scoreboard from the 11th match day and never lost a touch with the top. Harry Gheim was the coach again and Andreas Papaemmanouil was the top scorer, posting 20 goals.

    READ MORE
  • 1962
    The 6th Championship
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    An impressive first round with 14 victories in 15 games made the difference in that competition! Panathinaikos "cleared up" the Championship at an early stage and lost for the first time at the 27th match day. With Coach Harry Gheim again on the bench and top scorer Mimis Domazos, who scored 17 goals, the "Greens" won the title rather easily.
    In 1962's Champiomship the following players have participated: Voutsars, Drakotas, Tzounakos, Kamaras, Lonoxylakis, Andreou, Nebidis, Pitichoutis, Theofanis, Kosmidis, Papaemmanouil, Toubelis, Domazos, Panakis, Fylakouris, Cholevas, Panayiotidis, Benardos, Loukanidis.

    READ MORE
  • 1964
    The 7th Championship
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    This one was known as the famous "invincible Championship". An outstanding achievement, never repeated till today, 51 years later! Counting with 24 victories and 6 draws, things became simple for Stephan Bobek and his players!

    READ MORE
  • 1965
    The 8th Championship
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    Disposing a defense "made out of granite" (Takis Ikonomopoulos' achieved a personal record by keeping his goalposts "untouched" during 1088 minutes), Panathinaikos lost just once and won the title. Coached by Stephan Bobek and with top scorer Takis Loukanidis,(21 goals), the title was "guaranteed" on the 6th of June; Loukanidis scored and the team won against AEK 1-0, at Leoforos ground.

    READ MORE
  • 1969
    The 9th Championship
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    Achieving 14 victories during the second round of the Championship, Panathinaikos, with Lakis Petropoulos on the bench, was close to conquering it. The "Greens" had started with 7/7 victories at that season before tripping and reducing the difference from their opponents.

    READ MORE
  • 1970
    The 10th Championship
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    Panathinaikos "floored it" from the very beginning, achieving 15 victories in 17 matches during the first round and made clear to its rivals that they would have no chance to win the title.

    READ MORE
  • 1972
    The 11th Championship
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    Panathinaikos, the goal producing "machine" (89 goals in 34 matches) of Ferenc Puskas won one more Championship. The start was rather slow but became very impressive later.

    READ MORE
  • 1977
    The 12th Championship
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    The conquest of that Championship by Panathinaikos was one of the greatest turnarounds in the history of the competition.

    READ MORE
  • 1984
    The 13th Championship
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    Seven years without gaining a trophy were too much, for Panathinaikos. A Polish coach came again to give the solution:

    READ MORE
  • 1986
    The 14th Championship
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    Thanks to the transfers realized during that season, but also due to the ones happened during the previous one, Panathinaikos had an unbeatable roster.

    READ MORE
  • 1990
    Τhe 15th Championship
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    Panathinaikos should confront three opponents in a relentless struggle to win the title.

    READ MORE
  • 1991
    The 16th Championship
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    Disposing of a very efficient offensive "duo" with Saravakos and Warzycha (they scored 42 goals together) Panathinaikos won one more title.

    READ MORE
  • 1995
    The 17th Championship
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    Panathinaikos won 1994-95 seasons' Championship like a storm.

    READ MORE
  • 1996
    The 18th Championship
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    The same team which competed in the previous season did it again! This time things were much harder though, especially against AEK, as competition during the five last rounds was tough.

    READ MORE
  • 2004
    The 19th Championship
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    Remaining during eight years without winning a Championship was too much for Panathinaikos. The team finally gained one after great efforts and strong battles till the last match!

    READ MORE
  • 2010
    The 20th Championship
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    This is the last Championship Panathinaikos won till today.

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CUP

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  • 1940
    The 1st Cup
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    Panathinaikos starts its victories in the field of domestic Cups, taking good "care" of Aris, at the final, in just four minutes time... How? By scoring three times before completing the first 15' of the match!

    READ MORE
  • 1948
    The 2nd Cup
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    Nikos Simos was the big star scoring twice in favor of his team - both goals by excellent shoots. The team won a second Cup, playing the final against AEK.

    READ MORE
  • 1955
    The 3rd Cup
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    Having refurbished its stadium, almost as it looks today - surrounded by grandstands - in front of 25.000 spectators, a record by that time, Panathinaikos won rather easily his third Cup, playing against PAOK.

    READ MORE
  • 1967
    The 4th Cup
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    Twelve years later, the collaboration between Zacharias Pitichoutis and Haris Grammos' ...head, offered the fourth Cup in Panathinaikos' history. Panionios was the opposing team in a final refereed by Italian Peroni.

    READ MORE
  • 1969
    The 5th Cup
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    Panathinaikos was, once more, the winner of the Cup, meeting Olympiakos... his eternal rival! The trophy was gained by tossing the coin; the task was done by game's referee Christos Michas. The final against Olympiakos was already concluding its extra time; final penalty procedure wasn't introduced yet.

    READ MORE
  • 1977
    The 6th Cup
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    It was the most gripping Cup final in the last years! Thanks to a "race rocket" shoot by Valianos, Panathinaikos won PAOK just seven minutes before the whistling of the referee. The team was prepared for the double to come!

    READ MORE
  • 1982
    The 7th Cup
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    The first professional title in the history of Panathinaikos became a reality and was "sealed" by Charalambidis! The scorer missed a penalty, won by Galakos, though it didn't cost him the Cup.

    19/06/1982 -Νea Philadelphia
    Panathinaikos- Larissa 1-0(49' Charalambidis)

    Panathinaikos: Konstantinou, Kyrastas, Simaioforidis, Kovis, Kapsis, Livathinos, Nikolae,Κouropoulos (78'Κatsiakos), Charalambidis (88' Anastasiadis), Doken, Galakos.

    Larissa: Plitsis, Parafestas, Patsiavouras, Galitsios, Argyroulis, Dramalis (82' Voutiritsas), Goutas (82' Mitsibonas), Golandas, Valaoras, Androudis,Μaloumidis.

    READ MORE
  • 1984
    The 8th Cup
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    In front of ... 72.829 spectators, the biggest number of fans attending a Greek Cup final ever, Panathinaikos won the team of Larissa and "reserved" the first professional double! On its way to the final the team was almost... walking, eliminating consecutively Almopos, Thiva, Paniliakos, Kallithea, Ethnikos, Egaleo.

    06/06/1984-ΟΑΚΑ
    PanathinaikosLarissa 2-0 (18' Th. Dimopoulos, 38' Antoniou)

    Panathinaikos: Laftsis, Tarassis,Κaroulias,Κirastas,Κapsis, Papavassileiou,Μavridis, Antoniou, Charalambidis, (83' Gerothodoros), Rocha, Th. Dimopoulos (88'Τassopoulos).

    Larissa: Plitsis, Parafestas, Patsiavouras, Mitsibonas, Galitsios, Voutiritsas, Kirilidis (46' Tsiolis), Andreoudis, Ziogas, Kmietsik (72' Gabetas),Μaloumidis.

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  • 1986
    The 9th Cup
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    The Cup was taken once more by Panathinaikos through a real triumph, as the final result showed.

    READ MORE
  • 1988
    The 10th Cup
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    Following a breathless Cup final, Panathinaikos prevailed over Olympiakos 4-3 in the penalties. The regular match finished 1-1 and the extra time 2-2.

    READ MORE
  • 1989
    The 11th Cup
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    Panionios resisted, but Panathinaikos decided to win one more Cup, the final between the two teams was played in the presence of ... 80.000 fans!

    READ MORE
  • 1991
    The 12th Cup
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    Panathinaikos disposes now a ... dozen of Cups! This achievement is followed by the peculiarity of the double finals against Athinaikos and the great victories!

    READ MORE
  • 1993
    The 13th Cup
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    Krzysztof Warzycha's goal and one more, which was disallowed, is all what the 64.532 fans that watched the match, are going to remember... Panathinaikos prevailed over his eternal rival and won, once more, the second most important trophy of the country!

    READ MORE
  • 1994
    The 14th Cup
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    In a turmoil and animated final, Panathinaikos prevails over ΑΕΚ in the heart-rending penalty procedure and wins the Cup again.

    READ MORE
  • 1995
    The 15th Cup
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    Tradition goes on for Panathinaikos... who wins his third consecutive Cup, prevailing again over AEK, in the "revenge" of the previous final. Krzysztof Warzycha scored a penalty he gained from Vlachos.

    READ MORE
  • 2004
    The 16th Cup
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    Panathinaikos won one more "double", as additionally to the Championship the team gained also the Cup.

    READ MORE
  • 2010
    The 17th Cup
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    One more "double" is gained as Panathinaikos won a Cup, playing against Aris. Sebastian Leto is the great figure of the match, scoring by a strong diagonal shoot from far away.

    READ MORE
  • 2014
    The 18th Cup
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    Achieving high standards of performance, Panathinaikos is the undoubted protagonist of the 72nd final for the Greek Cup.

    READ MORE
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SUPER CUP

4
  • 1970
    The 1st Super Cup
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    This was the first time that Panathinaikos became a ... Super Champion. Being the Champion, the team was called to face Aris, the winner of the Cup, in Faliron.

    READ MORE
  • 1988
    The 2nd Super Cup
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    Panathinaikos wins his second trophy, participating as a Cup winner, at that time, defeating Larissa FC, who was that season's Champion.

    READ MORE
  • 1993
    The 3rd Super Cup
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    One more Cup for Panathinaikos in that competition, which was also a revenge for the defeat from AEK at the final of that same competition, four years ago.

    READ MORE
  • 1994
    The 4th Super Cup
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    Panathinaikos was once again the undeniable protagonist of this match, as the final score showed! AEK was unable to react after the first half.

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