Aspropyrgos F.C.

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Aspropyrgos Football Club (Greek: ΠΑΕ Ασπρόπυργος) is a Greek professional football club based in Aspropyrgos, Athens, Greece.

Enosi Panaspropyrgiakou Doxas.jpeg
Full nameAspropyrgos Football Club
Founded1995; 26 years ago (1995)
GroundAspropyrgos Municipal Stadium
ChairmanIoannis Meletiou
ManagerKrzysztof Warzycha
LeagueFootball League Greece
2019–20Football League Greece, 11th
Current season


The club was founded in 1995 with the merger of the older clubs "Panaspropyrgiakos" ["Πανασπροπυργιακός"] (founded in 1947 from the union of all of the city's teams and from 1951 participated in Piraeus FCA championships)[1] and Doxa Aspropyrgos, with the name Enosis Aspropyrgos.

In 2009, it was promoted to Football League 2 (Greece). Enosis participated at Delta Ethniki in the 2008–09 season and finished in 1st place of 7th group before promoted to Football League 2.[2]

Before the merger in the 1977-78 Greek football season, the team defeated Doxa Megalopoli 1–0 in a draw in the Greek Amateur Cup which was held in Tavros southwest of Athens.[3]

In its career, the team headed to the finals of the Greek Amateur Cup where it lost the cup to Volida Corfu in the 2008–09 season. The following season, participated in the Hellas Online Cup and defeated Aia Salamis (3–1), Diagoras Rhodes (1–1, 5–3 in penalty kicks) and Ethnikos Asteras (2–1). Enosis was defeated by Aris 3–4.


Current squadEdit

As of 18 August 2020

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
5 DF   GRE Panagiotis Zonas (captain)
6 DF   GRE Odysseas Nikolaou
10 FW   GRE Michalis Frangos
11 FW   ARG Lucas Poletto
13 DF   GRE Manolis Nikolakakis
14 MF   GRE Fotis Kostaras
17 FW   GRE Angelos Mavridis
18 FW   GRE Vladimiros Karimpidis
21 MF   GRE Lampros Zacharos
No. Pos. Nation Player
23 MF   GRE Angelos Logothetis
31 DF   GRE Ilias Ropas
99 GK   GRE Giannis Oikonomopoulos
GK   SRB Filip Dmitrović
DF   SRB Siniša Mladenović
MF   MLI Modibo Dembélé
FW   SRB Nikola Karaklajić
FW   MLI Lamine Traoré


  1. ^ "Panaspropyrgiakos", Athlitiki Iho, 20/5/1952.[permanent dead link] (in Greek)
  2. ^ "Κυρίαρχος..." Archived from the original on 2016-03-12. Retrieved 11 March 2016. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  3. ^ Athlitiki Iho, 21/6/1978.[permanent dead link] (in Greek)