1964 – 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!

1962 – 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.

1961 – 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.

1960 – 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.

1955 – 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.

1953 – 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.

1949 – 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.

2014 – The 18th Cup

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

1977 – 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!

1972 – 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.

1970 – 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.

1970 – 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.

1969 – 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.

1948 – 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.

1940 – 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!

1930 – 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!

1982 – 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.


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