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  1. First MD of this series. Nice to start against minnow Gibraltar in Portugal. Konstantelias is the new diamond and Gus said allready he will be included in the squad. Every MD one country will play a friendly or Nation League match. The other match this MD is France vs the Netherlands. MD 2 will be Greece's "day off".
  2. MD 3 is our first homagame. Game is played in the Panthessaliko against the team we like to play the most in friendlies.
  3. First match in a series of four before the summer break. The other two matches will be played in September. Let’s see who Gus Poyet will select and if he can win his first official match for the Ethniki.
  4. Here we can discuss PAOK in European competitions in general. News, rankings and historical facts.
  5. Tomorrow the draw for Q2 CL. Tough for Omonoia as they are unseeded. Group 1: Seeded Dinamo Zagreb (CRO) / Valur (ISL) Young Boys (SUI) Bodø/Glimt (NOR) / Legia Warszawa (POL) Unseeded Slovan Bratislava (SVK) / Shamrock Rovers (IRL) Flora Tallinn (EST) / Hibernians (MLT) Omonoia (CYP)
  6. In the first qualifying round of the Europa League Apollon faces Georgian side Saburtalo. The match - Due to COVID-19 there will be just one game instead of the usual home and away games - will be played on August 27th in the GSP Stadium of Nicosia/Lefkosia.
  7. After a few years being busy in the Champions League qualifiers APOEL now has to start from Round 1 in the Europa League qualifiers. APOEL has drawn an away game against the winner of the preliminary round-match between Tre Penne (of San Marino) and Gjilani (of Kosova). The match will be played on Thursday August 27th. Kick-off and venue TBA.
  8. The draw for Q1 CL is tomorrow at 13:00 EEST. Omonoia is seeded and will meet An unseeded team: Group 3 Seeded Ludogorets (BUL) CFR Cluj (ROU) Omonia (CYP) Unseeded Budućnost Podgorica (MNE) Ararat-Armenia (ARM) Floriana (MLT) The draw for Q2 CL will be Monday at 13:00 EEST.
  9. Last qualifying match for EURO 2020. For the Ethniki another “friendly that matters” against an opponent with hopes to qualify.
  10. Pots for EURO 2020 qualifying campaign are set. Greece is in Pot 4 along with football powerhouses such as Albania, Cyprus, Estonia, etc.: POT 1: Switzerland, Holland, Portugal, England, Belgium, France, Spain, Italy, Croatia, Poland POT 2: Germany, Iceland, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Ukraine, Denmark, Sweden, Russia, Austria, Wales, Czech Republic POT 3: Slovakia, Turkey, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Norway, Serbia, Finland, Bulgaria, Israel POT 4: Hungary, Romania, GREECE, Albania, Montenegro, Cyprus, Estonia, Slovenia, Lithuania, Georgia POT 5: FYROM, Kosovo, Belarus, Luxembourg, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Gibraltar, Feroe Islands POT 6: Latvia, Liechtenstein, Andora, Malta, San Marino Underlined teams ensured a play-off spot after winning Nations league groups. Draw will be made on December 2, 2018.
  11. Armenia still has hope to qualify for the first time for a major tournament. Good opportunity for Van ‘t Schip to prepare the Ethniki under the pressure of a team that is eager to win.
  12. Crucial game. Important to get an away result. Last time these teams played to a 0-0 draw on June 9, 2017.
  13. The ethniki begin their UEFA Euro 2020 qualifiers in the Liechtensteiner capital of Vaduz PAME ETHNIKI!
  14. MUCH tougher competition for Cyprus now, because once again, Belgium comes to town.
  15. Cyprus begins qualifiers for UEFA Euro 2020 at home to San Marino. There aren't many instances of Cyprus being clear favorites, but this is one of them.
  16. Greece is in the third division of the 2018-2019 edition. Matches will be played between 6 September 2018 and 20 November 2018, followed by a subsequent League C playoff between group winners that will award one ticket to EURO 2020. Greece are in the second of 4 pots for the group draw that will take place on 24 January, 2018. Pot 1: Hungary, Romania, Scotland, Slovenia Pot 2: Greece, Serbia, Albania, Norway Pot 3: Montenegro, Israel, Bulgaria, Finland Pot 4: Cyprus, Estonia, Lithuania
  17. The Club Brugge - Panathinaikos tomorrow will be televised live in the US on Antenna Satellite. Kick-off time is 14:30 EDT.
  18. Οι πιθανοί αντίπαλοι του Ολυμπιακού στα προκριματικά Οι πιθανοί αντίπαλοι στον τρίτο προκριματικό είναι οι εξής με τα τωρινά δεδομένα: Χάποελ Μπερ Σεβά (Ισραήλ), Αστάνα (Καζακστάν), Παρτιζάν (Σερβία), Ριέκα (Κροατία), Ρόζενμποργκ (Νορβηγία), Σλάβια Πράγας (Τσεχία), Χαφναρφιόρντουρ (Ισλανδία), Βιτορούλ (Ρουμανία), Ζίλινα (Σλοβακία), Ζαλγκίρις (Λιθουανία) Οι πιθανοί αντίπαλοι στα play offs είναι οι εξής με τα τωρινά δεδομένα: ΑΠΟΕΛ (Κύπρος), Μάλμε (Σουηδία), Μπάτε Μπορίσοφ (Λευκορωσία), Μάριμπορ (Σλοβενία), Καραμπάχ (Αζερμπαϊτζάν). Ο Ολυμπιακός φέτος (όπως και πέρυσι) θα έχει την υψηλότερη βαθμολογία σε αυτούς τους δύο προκριματικούς, καθώς έχει συγκεντρώσει την υψηλότερη βαθμολογία (64.580) την τελευταία πενταετία, ενώ δεύτερη (και αρκετά πίσω του) είναι η Σέλτικ με 42.785 βαθμούς.
  19. MATCHUP: Barcelona-Olympiakos COMPETITION: 2017-2018 UEFA Champions League DATE: 18-October-2017 TIME: 21:45 GR time CITY/STADIUM: Camp Nou, Barcelona REFEREE: William Collum(SCO) ASSISTANT REFEREES: Francis Connor, Douglas Ross(SCO) FOURTH OFFICIAL: Douglas Potter(SCO)
  20. UEFA Nations League format confirmed UEFA has confirmed the final competition rules and regulations for the UEFA Nations League, less than a year before the first match is due to be played on 6 September 2018. The new logo for the tournament was also unveiled following Wednesday's UEFA Executive Committee meeting in Nyon. All you need to know about the UEFA Nations League 2018/19 UEFA Nations League: how it works The UEFA Nations League is a new competition that aims to ensure the continued success of national team football by replacing most friendlies with competitive matches and by allowing all nations to play against equally ranked teams. All 55 UEFA associations enter. The teams are split into four leagues, A–B–C–D, according to their position in the UEFA National Team Coefficient Rankings following the end of the European Qualifiers for the 2018 FIFA World Cup (as per 11 October 2017; play-off results will not be included). League A will consist of the 12 top-ranked teams. The next 12 teams will be in League B, the next 15 in League C and the remaining 16 in League D. Leagues A and B will each comprise four groups of three teams. League C will contain one group of three teams and three groups of four sides; League D will be formed by four groups of four teams. All draw procedures to be confirmed. Matches to be played home and away between September and November 2018 (teams will play four or six games depending on the size of their group). The four group winners of League A will qualify for the UEFA Nations League Finals, to be held in June 2019, with two semi-finals, a third-place match and the final. One host country will be appointed by the UEFA Executive Committee in December 2018 from among the finalist teams. The group winners in Leagues B, C and D will gain promotion and those who finish bottom of the groups in Leagues A, B and C will be relegated. National teams will thus either be competing to become UEFA Nations League winners, or be fighting for promotion and to avoid relegation. The League Phase Draw for the UEFA Nations League will take place at the SwissTech Convention Centre in Lausanne on 24 January 2018, when the new UEFA Nations League trophy will also be unveiled. Qualifying for UEFA EURO 2020 Qualifying for UEFA EURO 2020 remains largely the same (with 24 finalists in all), although the European Qualifiers will now begin in the March after a major tournament instead of immediately in September (i.e. March 2019 in this case). No team will gain auomatic qualification as hosts (there are 13 host nations in all). Qualifying group stage (20 teams qualify) The teams will be split into ten groups of five or six, and the top two from each group will qualify for the final tournament, determining the first 20 places. Play-offs (4 teams qualify) The last four EURO places will be won through the European Qualifiers play-offs, which will be contested by the 16 UEFA Nations League group winners (i.e. the four group winners in each of the four divisions). Each league will have a path of its own and each path will feature two single-leg semi-finals and one single-leg final. The winner of each path will win a ticket to UEFA EURO 2020. If a UEFA Nations League group winner has already qualified via the European Qualifiers, then their spot will go to the next best-ranked team in their league. If a league does not have four teams to compete, the remaining slots are allocated to teams from another league, according to the overall UEFA Nations League rankings. http://www.uefa.com/uefanationsleague/news/newsid=2501767.html#/
  21. vs MATCHUP: P.A.O.K. Thessaloniki – ACF Fiorentina (Italy) COMPETITION: Europa League – Group Stage – Round 1 DATE: 15-September-2016 TIME: 22:05 GR (19:05 GMT, 14:05 CDT, 05:05 AEST next day) CITY/STADIUM: Thessaloniki – Toumba Stadium (28,703) REFEREES: Slavko Vincic - Bojan Ui, Tomaz Klancnik - Roberto Ponis, Nejc Kajtazovic (All Slovenia) TELEVISION: OTE Sport 4 (Greece), ESPN3, WatchESPN, Fox Soccer 2GO (USA), TSN5 (Canada), beIN Sport Connect (Australia), Cytavision Sports 2 (Cyprus) Standings: PAOK thessaloniki – 0 ACF Fiorentina - 0 FC Slovan Liberec - 0 Qarabag FK - 0 Our European history against Italian teams: 1973-1974: AC Milan – PAOK FC 3:0 - Attendance: 25,963 (Cup Winners Cup – Quarterfinal – Leg 1) 1973-1974: PAOK FC – AC Milan 2:2 (Sarafis 2) - Attendance: 43,882 (Cup Winners Cup – Quarterfinal – Leg 2) 1985-1986: Hellas Verona – PAOK FC 3:1 (Skartados) - Attendance: 27,008 (Champions Cup – Round 1 – Leg 1) 1973-1974: PAOK FC – Hellas Verona 1:2 (Vasilakos) - Attendance: 40,000(Champions Cup – Round 1 – Leg 2) 1988-1989: SSC Napoli – PAOK FC 1:0 - Attendance: 62,662 (UEFA Cup – Round 1 – Leg 1) 1988-1989: PAOK FC – SSC Napoli 1:1 (Skartados) - Attendance: 39,848 (UEFA Cup – Round 1 – Leg 2) 2000-2001: Udinese Calcio – PAOK FC 1:0 - Attendance: 14,258 (UEFA Cup – Round2 – Leg 1) 2000-2001: PAOK FC – Udinese Calcio 3:0 (aet) (Camps 2, Froussos) - Attendance: 24,324 (UEFA Cup – Round 1 – Leg 2) 2011-2012: Udinese Calcio – PAOK FC 0:0 - Attendance: 11,641 (Europa League – Round of 32 – Leg 1) 2011-2012: PAOK FC – Udinese Calcio 0:2 - Attendance: 22,400 (Europa League – Round of 32 – Leg 2) 2014-2015: PAOK FC – ACF Fiorentina 0:1 - Attendance: 22,612 (Europa League – Group Stage – Round 3) 2014-2015: ACF Fiorentina - PAOK FC 1:1(martens) - Attendance: ? (Europa League – Group Stage – Round 4) GAMES: 10 WINS: 1 TIES: 4 LOSSES: 7
  22. vs MATCHUP: P.A.O.K. Thessaloniki - FC Dinamo Tbilisi COMPETITION: Europa League - Qualifting Round 4 - Leg 2 DATE: 25-August-2016 TIME: 21:00 GR (18:00 GMT, 13:00 CDT, 06:00 AEST next day) CITY/STADIUM: Thessaloniki - Toumba Stadium (28,703) REFEREES: Harald Lechner - Andreas Heidenreich, Maximillian Kolbitsch (Austria) TELEVISION: Novasport 1
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