Corinthia Football Clubs Association
The Corinthia Football Clubs Association (Greek: Ένωση Ποδοσφαιρικών Σωματείων Νομού Κορινθίας, Enossi Podosferikon Somation Nomou Korinthias) is a football (soccer) organization in Corinthia that is part of the Greek Football Federation.
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Corinthia FCA was formed in 1946 besides the first council by Michail Fillipidis and Kon. Tsouloufas and its expansion of other products of local soccer. Its founding bodies was seven and ten outside the competition:
- Aris Corinth
- Achilleas (Achillefs) Corinth
- Iraklis Lechaio
- Iraklis Xylokastro
- Olympiakos Corinth
- Olympiacos Loutraki
- Pelopas (Pelofs) Kiato
- Stratiotiko Kentro Vasikis Ekpedefsis Korinthou (KVEK): took part in the championships without any points.
Its important success in the union in the early 1950s was the local championship organization and its cooperation with Pagkorinthiakos in the first championship of the Premier Division in the 1959-60 season.
Corinthia FCA is headquartered in Corinth and its strength includes about 70 clubs. Basic organizations of the association is local soccer championship in three divisions and the Corinthia Cup which features treams from local categories. The body-member of the association which participates in the fourth division and its amateur teams from the association which has a chance to play in the highest categories, the Super League, the second and the third divisions.
The winner of all of Korinthia receives an entry into the national Fourth Division.
The winner of the Korinthia Cup receives an entry to the Greek Amateur Cup.
The association organizes children's and youth championships, it also supervises the women's clubs and rarely competes in the Corinthia FCA Mixed which features games from other mixed associations.
The association awards each year a reward to the greatest scorer and the Character Cup to teams with the highest points "fair play" of each category
The 2009-10 season features the following teams:
Teams in higher divisionsEdit
In the 2009-10 season, the following clubs from Corinthia took part in higher divisions:
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