Asteras Tripolis F.C.

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Asteras Tripolis Football Club (Greek: ΠΑΕ Αστέρας Τρίπολης), commonly referred to as Asteras Tripolis (meaning "Star of Tripoli"), is a Greek professional football club based in the city of Tripoli in Arcadia, Peloponnese, Greece. Founded on 26 March 1931, the club has traditionally the star symbol as emblem and a yellow and blue worn as home kit. Its home ground is the Theodoros Kolokotronis Stadium, a 7,442-capacity stadium in Tripoli.

Asteras Tripolis
Asteras Tripolis FC logo.svg
Full nameΑθλητικός Γυμναστικός Σύλλογος Αστέρας Τρίπολης
(Athletic Gymnastic Club Asteras Tripolis)
Nickname(s)The Yellow-Blues
Arkádes (Arcadians)
Founded26 March 1931; 90 years ago (1931-03-26)
GroundTheodoros Kolokotronis Stadium
Capacity7,442
Owner(s)Dimitris Bakos
Giannis Kaimenakis
PresidentGiannis Kaimenakis
Head coachMilan Rastavac
LeagueSuper League Greece
2020–21Super League Greece, 6th
WebsiteClub website
Current season

In domestic football, Asteras Tripolis has been in Super League, the Greek top professional league, since the 2007–08 season. They were runners-up of the Greek Cup in 2013 and have reached the semi-finals of the competition overall four times.

Asteras Tripolis has also competed two seasons in the UEFA Europa League group stage and overall five seasons in the competition. The club is in 10th place between the 19 teams with contribution of points in European football for Greece.

HistoryEdit

Early yearsEdit

 
Asteras Tripolis line-up in Beta Ethniki 1962–63

Asteras Tripolis was founded in 1931, in the area near Tripoli's railway station and was formally recognised forthwith. However, the club stayed inactive and during 1932 all football clubs in Tripoli were temporarily dissolved. At the same time, Minas Tsavdaris founded a football club and named it "Keramikos" after his home area.[1] Despite his efforts, Keramikos was never formally recognised, and in 1938 Tsavdaris decided to transfer all of the club's players to Asteras Tripolis, which was still legally recognised.[1] This signified the revival of the club and Asteras Tripolis managed to compete in the inaugural season (1939–40) of the regional Arcadian League. However, the subsequent German occupation of Greece ended all league competitions abruptly and the club was dissolved once again.

Post-World War IIEdit

After World War II, Asteras Tripolis was reformed under the name "Neos Asteras" and was accordingly recognised by Tripoli's courts on 23 June 1947.[1] Asteras Tripolis won five consecutive titles in the Arcadian League (1957–62). The team won consecutive promotions and managed to play for two seasons in Second National Division (1961–63), thus becoming the first team from Tripoli to ever participate in such a high division.[1] In the summer of 1963, Asteras Tripolis merged with Aris–Atromitos and the new team was named "Athlitikos Omilos Tripolis" (Athletic Club of Tripoli, AOT). AOT's function was based in Asteras Tripolis' statute and the new club continued its activities until 1968, when it was dissolved once again and was subsequently merged with Arkadikos to form Panarkadikos.

Recent history and era of success (2003–present)Edit

Asteras Tripolis was reformed again in 1978.[1] The club participated in the regional Arcadian League until 2003. At 2001 the club entered a new era and led an outstanding streak of performances under the leadership of Dimitris Bakos and Giannis Kaimenakis. They remained unbeaten at home for over 5 years (from 2001 to November 2006) and they managed to move up four divisions, earning the promotion for the Super League Greece as Second Division champions on 12 May 2007.

Asteras Tripolis made a spectacular start in their first season in Super League, under the technical leadership of Paulo Campos. Their first ever win was against Panathinaikos (1–0[2] in Tripoli) and their first away win against OFI in Crete (3–0).[3] The season was marked by some outstanding performances with the most memorable being the 1–0 home victory against champions Olympiacos. They also managed to win 2–1 against AEK Athens and 2–0 against PAOK at home. Asteras Tripolis became the first and only newly promoted Super League team that managed to beat Olympiacos, Panathinaikos, PAOK (home and away) and AEK Athens in its first ever appearance in the top division. It is remarkable that the team of that season made Asteras Tripolis popular in Greek fans as "Greek Boca" because of the Argentinian players (Lucio Filomeno, Horacio Cardozo, Mauro Milano, Israel Damonte etc.) in its squad and the mutual colours of the club with the famous Boca Juniors.

Coach Paulo Campos left Asteras Tripolis on 24 February 2008[4] with assistant manager Panagiotis Tzanavaras taking over for the rest of the 2007–08 season. Asteras Tripolis finally ended 7th, missing the European spot in the last games. In the summer of 2008, Asteras Tripolis announced Carlos Carvalhal as their new manager.[5] He was sacked in mid-season due to poor results which led the team near the relegation zone.[6] He was succeeded by former AEK Athens caretaker manager, Nikos Kostenoglou.[7] Despite the unfortunate results in Super League, the team managed to remain focused on the goal of the Greek Cup, reaching the semi-finals for the first time in its history, where finally eliminated by Olympiacos. In 2009, Asteras Tripolis signed the Argentine former Internazionale assistant Mario Gómez as their new coach.

After a season with moderate results that led Asteras Tripolis to 12th place finish in Super League, the next season was coming to get worse the status of the club. In the 2010–11 season, after some wrong player choices and a disappointing 2nd round, Asteras Tripolis dealt relegation hammer blow. However, on 19 May 2011, the Disciplinary Committee of the competition found Iraklis guilty of forgery during the winter transfer window. Therefore the club was automatically put at the end of the league table and demoted to the Football League. This development resulted in Asteras Tripolis remaining in Super League.

In the 2011–12 season, Asteras Tripolis reached the 6th place and failed to qualify for the Play-offs. However, AEK Athens was not licensed to play in the 2012–13 Europa League and therefore replaced by the 6th placed team in the league table, Asteras Tripolis. That was the first participation of the club in UEFA competitions. The season completed with another participation of the club in Greek Cup semi-finals, in which the team eliminated after an exciting 2nd leg match against Atromitos in Tripoli.

 
Staikos Vergetis managed the team through the UEFA Europa League of 2014–15 and 2015–16 season.

The 2012–13 season was one of the most memorable in Asteras Tripolis' history. The club competed in the UEFA Europa League second qualifying round and won its first qualification to a next round in European level, eliminating the Azerbaijani, Inter Baku.[8] In Super League, the club took a step ahead, finishing third(and fourth in the play-offs) and secured a place for the 2013–14 Europa League.[9] However, the highlight of the season was the outstanding road of the team, under the technical leadership of Sakis Tsiolis, to the first Greek Cup final in club's history. The "Arcadians" lost 1–3 against Olympiacos after extra time and as 13,000 supporters of the yellow-blues were at the Olympic Stadium of Athens.[10]

In the 2014–15 season, Asteras Tripolis took another step ahead in European level, reaching the 2014–15 UEFA Europa League group stage for the first time in club's history, after a streak of qualifications against RoPS, Mainz 05 and Maccabi Tel Aviv. In the Group C, Asteras Tripolis won six points and finished third against Tottenham Hotspur, Beşiktaş and Partizan. In Super league, Asteras Tripolis finished in 3rd place, its highest place in the league table until these days. Also, the main striker of the squad, Jerónimo Barrales, emerged top goalscorer in 2014-15 Super League Greece.

In the next season, 2015–16, Asteras Tripolis secured his direct participation in the Europa League group stage as finished third in the 2014-15 Super League. In the Group K, the club won four points and finished third again, with rivals Schalke 04, Sparta Prague and APOEL. Although during the 2016-17 Super League season, Asteras Tripolis finished 12th, in the next season, the club finished fifth, securing a place in the second qualifying round of 2018–19 Europa League.

Crests and coloursEdit

CrestsEdit

 
The crest of the club is inspired by the statue of Theodoros Kolokotronis

The original crest of the club is the star symbol in the traditional colors of the team, yellow and blue. Over the following decades, different versions of the crest were introduced with minor changes. In 2006 first appeared the version that was coming to connect with the most recent glorious days of the club, until the summer of 2020. With the motto "The story has no end", the club presented the new crest on July 21, 2020. The star symbol is maintained in the highest position, as the symbol with which the club traveled through time, since 1931. Also, the new crest connects the club with the most special monument of its city, the statue of Theodoros Kolokotronis, the Greek general and pre-eminent leader of the Greek War of Independence. The statue, located in Areos Square since September 1971, was made to present Theodoros Kolokotronis in battle and his bones are kept there. At the same time, with the phrase "ET IN ARCADIA EGO" written on it, the new crest seals the relationship of the club with the whole of Arcadia.

Colours and kit evolutionEdit

First

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2005–06[11]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2006–08[12][13]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2007–08[14]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2008–09
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2009–12
 
 
 
 
 
 
2012–13
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2013–14[15]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2014–15
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2015–16
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2016–17
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2017–18
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2018–19
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2019–20
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2020–21

Alternative

 
 
 
 
 
 
1978[16]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2005–06[17]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2009–10
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2010–12[18]
 
 
 
 
 
 
2012–13[19][20]
 
 
 
 
 
 
2013–14
 
 
 
 
 
 
2014–15[21]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2016–17
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2017–18
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2018–19
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2019–20
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2020–21

Kit manufacturers and shirt sponsorsEdit

Kit manufacturer Period Shirt sponsor
Umbro 2003–06
Lotto 2006–10 Opap
2010–12 Lotto
Nike 2012–15
2015–17 Stoiximan.gr
Macron 2017–18
2018–19 Volton
2019–20 Interwetten
2020– Volton

StadiumEdit

 
Asteras Tripolis fans during the 2012 Greek Cup semi-finals

Theodoros Kolokotronis Stadium (formally Asteras Tripolis Stadium) is a privately owned football stadium in Tripoli, Greece. Its capacity is 7,600. The stadium was built in 1979. After the team's promotion in the Football League in 2005, the stadium was renovated and its capacity expanded, including the east stand, which also houses the club's offices, a gym and changing rooms, a lounge, etc. In 2007, with the rise of Asteras Tripolis in the Super League, the western theater was built, housing the journalists and VIP posts, and a small square on the south side was also added for use mainly by the fans of the hosted team. In 2008, the northern beam was constructed. In 2010, the southern beam was reconstructed and expanded. In 2015, on the occasion of the Asteras Tripolis team's participation in the Europa League (2015–16) groups, for the second time in its history and the second consecutive parallel but also the fourth consecutive year of the group's presence in general (the first two only in the qualifiers), several remarkable interventions were carried out on the stadium, mainly in its interior, such as changing rooms and the press room, etc.[22]

On 27 November 2011, in the match between Asteras Tripolis and Olympiacos for the 11th season of the championship (2011–12), the spectators arrived at the stadium with 6,150 tickets.[23]

The stadium was renamed on 22 November 2012 in honour of the hero of the Greek War of Independence, Theodoros Kolokotronis.[24]

Also, the club has proposed a new stadium, the New Asteras Tripolis Stadium.[25]

Domestic recordEdit

Divisional historyEdit

Recent seasonsEdit

Season
Division Rank Pld W D L GS GA Pts Greek Cup
2005–06 3rd 1 32 22 7 3 56 19 73 Round of 32
2006–07 2nd 1 34 20 9 5 56 25 69 Round of 32
2007–08 1st 7 30 11 11 8 28 24 44 Round of 16
2008–09 1st 12 30 7 12 11 33 31 33 Semi-finals
2009–10 1st 12 30 10 6 14 29 36 36 Quarter-finals
2010–11 1st 13 30 7 10 13 21 29 31 Round of 16
2011–12 1st 6 30 13 6 11 30 34 45 Semi-finals
2012–13 1st 4 30 17 5 8 41 25 56 Runner-up
2013–14 1st 5 34 16 10 8 46 35 58 Round of 16
2014–15 1st 3 34 17 8 9 52 37 59 Round of 16
2015–16 1st 7 30 11 8 11 31 30 41 Quarter-finals
2016–17 1st 12 30 6 10 14 34 49 28 Quarter-finals
2017–18 1st 5 30 12 9 9 39 24 45 Round of 16
2018–19 1st 11 30 8 9 13 25 30 33 Semi-finals
2019–20 1st 7 36 11 10 12 44 42 42 Round of 16
2020–21 1st 6 36 12 15 9 36 38 51 First Round

European recordEdit

UEFA club coefficient rankingEdit

As of 8 July 2019

Rank Team Points
129   Nacional 9.646
130   Asteras Tripolis 9.500
131   Fehérvár 9.000
132   Dinamo Minsk 9.000
133   HJK 9.000

Source: uefa.com

By seasonEdit

Last update: 3 August 2018

Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate
2012–13 UEFA Europa League 2Q   Inter Baku 1–1 1–1 2–2 (4–2 p)  
3Q   Marítimo 1–1 0–0 1–1 (a)  
2013–14 UEFA Europa League 3Q   Rapid Wien 1–1 1–3 2–4  
2014–15 UEFA Europa League 2Q   RoPS 4–2 1–1 5–3  
3Q   Mainz 05 3–1 0–1 3–2  
PO   Maccabi Tel Aviv 2–0 1–3 3–3 (a)  
Group C   Tottenham Hotspur 1–2 1–5 3rd place  
  Beşiktaş 2–2 1–1
  Partizan 2–0 0–0
2015–16 UEFA Europa League Group K   Schalke 04 0–4 0–4 3rd place  
  APOEL 2–0 1–2
  Sparta Prague 1–1 0–1
2018–19 UEFA Europa League 2Q   Hibernian 1–1 2–3 3–4  
Notes
  • 1R: First round
  • 2Q: Second qualifying round
  • 3Q: Third qualifying round
  • PO: Play-off round

Notable winsEdit

Season Match Score
2014–15 Asteras TripolisMainz 05 3–1
2014–15 Asteras TripolisMaccabi Tel Aviv 2–0
2014–15 Asteras TripolisPartizan 2–0
2015–16 Asteras TripolisAPOEL 2–0

HonoursEdit

NationalEdit

RegionalEdit

  • Arcadian Championship
    • Winners (8): 1957–58, 1958–59, 1959–60, 1960–61, 1961–62, 1987–88, 1989–90, 2002–03
  • Arcadian Cup
    • Winners (4): 1988–89, 1989–90, 2003–04, 2004–05
  • Arcadian Double
    • Winners (1): 1989–90

PlayersEdit

Current squadEdit

As of 8 July 2021[26]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK   GRE Nikos Papadopoulos
2 DF   ESP Rubén García
3 DF   GRE Christos Tasoulis
6 MF   ESP José Luis Valiente
7 MF   BRA Léo Tilica
8 MF   ARG Juan Munafo (vice-captain)
9 FW   ARG Jerónimo Barrales
10 MF   ESP Eneko Capilla
11 FW   ESP Xesc Regis
12 DF   ESP David Carmona
14 MF   ESP Dani Santafé
17 MF   ARG Matías Iglesias (captain)
18 DF   ESP Pichu Atienza
19 DF   ESP Pepe Castaño
20 FW   ARG Rodrigo Gómez
21 FW   NGA Sudais Ali Baba
22 FW   ESP Asier Benito
23 MF   ESP Adrián Riera
No. Pos. Nation Player
24 MF   GRE Giorgos Kanellopoulos
27 FW   CMR Kévin Soni
29 DF   ARG Federico Álvarez
33 GK   GRE Fotis Sgouris
36 DF   GRE Georgios Papadopoulos
39 DF   GRE Ilias Christopoulos
40 MF   ESP Sito
42 DF   GRE Giorgos Antzoulas
44 DF   GRE Ajdi Dajko
45 DF   GRE Giannis Christopoulos
70 GK   GRE Nikos Grammatikakis
77 FW   GRE Nikos Zouglis
78 FW   GRE Marios Dervisi
90 GK   GRE Stelios Vallindras
92 MF   GRE Thanasis Michopoulos
95 MF   GRE Charalampos Kallantzi
99 GK   GRE Antonis Tsiftsis

Out on loanEdit

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
69 DF   NGA Oluwatobiloba Alagbe (at Jeunesse Esch until 30 June 2022)
41 MF   NGA Timipere Johnson Eboh (at Episkopi until 30 June 2022)

Notable former playersEdit

The list includes footballers who have played at least 40 official matches for Asteras Tripolis. The total appearances and goals comprise those in Super League, Greek Cup, Football League Greece, Gamma Ethniki and UEFA Europa League.

Name Nat. Pos. Asteras Tripolis career Apps Goals
Nikos Chatzopoulos   Defender 2004–2009
Ilias Anastasakos   Forward 2004–2006
Kostas Papadopoulos   Midfielder 2004–2007
Kostas Kalogiannidis   Defender 2004–2007
Michalis Klokidis   Forward 2004–2007
Rogerio Martins   Midfielder 2005–2012 102 13
Giannis Symeonidis   Goalkeeper 2005–2007
Savvas Panteliadis   Midfielder 2005–2008
Nikos Lazaridis   Defender 2006–2010 127 3
Antonis Ladakis   Midfielder 2006–2012 110 2
Petros Kanakoudis   Defender 2006–2009 75 6
Patrick Zoundi   Forward 2006–2008 45 7
Carlos Massara   Defender 2006–2008 51
Horacio Cardozo   Midfielder 2007–2010 76 2
Lucio Filomeno   Forward 2007–2009 60 20
Danijel Cesarec   Forward 2007–2010 78 29
Giorgos Abaris   Goalkeeper 2007–2010 55
Sokratis Fytanidis   Defender 2007–2011 90 1
Jaouad Zairi   Forward 2007–2009 45
Flavio Pinto   Defender 2007–2009 41
Adrian Bastia   Midfielder 2008–2011 81 7
Bruno Urribarri   Defender 2008–2011 66
Marcelão   Defender 2008–2010 54 8
Leonidas Argyropoulos   Defender 2008–2012 54 1
Chigozie Udoji   Forward 2009–2011 52 6
Sebastián Carrera   Midfielder 2009–2011 50 4
Sebastián Bartolini   Defender 2009–2014 88 6
Matías Degra   Goalkeeper 2009–2011 40
Christos Pipinis   Defender 2010–2013 68 3
Savvas Tsabouris   Defender 2010–2014 102 3
Anastasios Bakasetas   Forward 2010–2012 42 4
Rubén Pulido   Defender 2010–2011 45 4
Ximo Navarro   Forward 2011–2014 95 15
Name Nat. Pos. Asteras Tripolis career Apps Goals
Fernando Usero   Midfielder 2011–2015 127 14
Rubén Rayos   Forward 2011–2013 79 18
Georgios Bantis   Goalkeeper 2011–2016 50
Dimitris Kourbelis   Midfielder 2011–2016 131 3
Emanuel Perrone   Forward 2011–2013 54 17
Leandro Álvarez   Defender 2011–2013 61 1
Lautaro Formica   Defender 2011–2014 61 1
Khalifa Sankaré   Defender 2012–2016 125 10
Pablo de Blasis   Forward 2012–2014 90 20
Giannis Kontoes   Defender 2013–2014 49
Giorgos Zisopoulos   Defender 2013–2016 120 3
Dorin Goian   Defender 2013–2016 89 4
Braian Lluy   Defender 2013–2016 107 2
Giorgos Kyriakopoulos   Defender 2013–2019 74 6
Pablo Mazza   Forward 2014–2017 113 23
Martín Rolle   Midfielder 2014–2015
2018–2019
66 5
Nico   Midfielder 2014–2016 64 9
Tomáš Košický   Goalkeeper 2014–2017 40
Thanasis Panteliadis   Defender 2014–2016 59
Tasos Tsokanis   Defender 2014–2016 48 2
Kostas Theodoropoulos   Goalkeeper 2014–2016 42
Rachid Hamdani   Defender 2015–2017 63 1
Kostas Giannoulis   Defender 2015–2018 87 1
Elini Dimoutsos   Defender 2015–2017 53 3
Giorgos Athanasiadis   Goalkeeper 2016–2019 58
Kostas Triantafyllopoulos   Defender 2016–2019 75 1
Nikos Kaltsas   Forward 2016–2019 87 14
Michalis Manias   Forward 2017–2019 84 27
Martín Tonso   Forward 2017–2019 40 8
Marc Fernández   Forward 2018–2020 60 14
Ángel Martínez   Defender 2018–2020 47 2

1 Football League Greece as level 2 on pyramid of Greek football league system.

2 Gamma Ethniki as level 3 on pyramid of Greek football league system.

3 All information is extracted from transfermarkt.

Affiliated clubsEdit

PersonnelEdit

Executive
Majority owners   Dimitrios Bakos & Giannis Kaimenakis
Chairman   Georgios Borovilos
1st Vice-President   Nikos Bakos
2nd Vice-President   Alexandra Kaimenaki
Technical staff
Head coach   Milan Rastavac
Assistant head coach   Miloš Basić
Goalkeeper coach   Christos Tseliopoulos
Medicine manager   Kostas Dimitrakopoulos
Physiotherapist   Kostas Diamantopoulos

Managerial historyEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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