1984 – 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.

1991 – 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!

1991 – The 16th Championship

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

1989 – 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!

1988 – 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.

1988 – 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.

1986 – The 9th Cup

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

1986 – 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.

1971 – The Intercontinental Experience

Panathinaikos represented the European Continent at the Intercontinental Cup, as Ajax denied participating against Nacional Montevideo, the Latin American Champion.

1996 – Very close to the final

Panathinaikos borders on to participate in the second final of a European competition in his history. The "Greens" eliminate Hajduk and enter the Champions' League group stage.

1991 – In the experimental Champions League

The map of European football is changing when the Cup of the Champions is reorganized into a very profitable competition under the name of Champions League. Panathinaikos was present during this transitional stage, of course.

1971 – The Epic era of Wembley

Concluding its outstanding course, Panathinaikos arrived on the 2nd of June 1971 at Wembley stadium to compete in the final of the Champions Cup against Ajax.


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