Timos Kavakas (Greek: Τίμος Καβακάς; born 13 December 1972) is a Greek professional football manager and former player.

Timos Kavakas
Personal information
Full name Timotheos Kavakas
Date of birth (1972-12-13) 13 December 1972 (age 51)
Place of birth Thessaloniki, Greece
Height 1.81 m (5 ft 11 in)
Position(s) Defender
Team information
Current team
Anagennisi Karditsa (manager)
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1994–1996 Apollon Kalamarias 12 (1)
1996–1999 Kavala 43 (1)
1999–2000 Leonidio 25 (2)
2000–2002 Kavala 23 (0)
2002–2003 Patraikos 12 (0)
2004–2005 Veria 13 (1)
Managerial career
2010 Veria
2010–2011 Platanias
2011 AEL (assistant)
2011–2012 Platanias
2012 Kerkyra
2012–2013 AEL Kalloni
2013 AEL
2013 Panachaiki
2013–2014 Trikala
2014 Lamia
2014–2015 Panargiakos
2015 AO Chania
2015 Iraklis Psachna
2015 Panelefsiniakos
2015–2016 Acharnaikos
2016 Chalkida
2016–2017 Olympiacos Volos
2017 Asteras Amaliada
2017–2018 Rodos
2017 Chalkida
2018–2019 Giannitsa
2019 Anagennisi Giannitsa
2019–2020 Ierapetra
2021 Ierapetra
2021 Trikala
2021–2022 Karaiskakis
2022 Trikala
2022 Olympiacos Volos
2023 Egaleo
2023–2024 Kavala
2024– Anagennisi Karditsa
*Club domestic league appearances and goals



Born in Thessaloniki, Kavakas began playing football as a defender for local side Apollon Kalamarias F.C. in the Beta Ethniki. In 1996, he signed with Kavala F.C., where he would make 43 Alpha Ethniki appearances in three seasons with the club.[1]

Kavakas spent the remainder of his playing career in the Greek second and third divisions, playing for Leonidio F.C., Patraikos F.C. and Veria F.C.

After he retired from playing, Kavakas became a football coach. In January 2010, he was appointed manager of third-tier Veria, which he guided to promotion to the second-tier Football League. Six months later, he joined third-tier Platanias and was able to lead the club to promotion to the Football League. In July 2011, AEL 1964 FC signed him as an assistant to manager Chris Coleman.[2] However, he returned to Platanias as manager before the 2011–12 season began. There he managed to make a stunning first round course that led to the promotion of the Cretan club in the Super League for the first time in its history. The second half of the season 2011–12 finds him in Kerkyra FC, who by that time was struggling to remain in the top league. He will also succeed this difficult mission. In the season 2012-13 Kavakas started coaching second division club Kalloni F.C., but in January 2013, he returned to the bench of AEL 1964 this time as a head coach until the end of the season. The financial problems and the failure to promote the team in the Super League, led to his withdrawal in June 2013. Days later he signed with Greek Football League club Panachaiki F.C.


  1. ^ Mastrogiannopoulos, Alexander (26 April 2003). "Greece 1998/99". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation.
  2. ^ Ο Τ. Καβακάς συνεργάτης του Κ. Κόουλμαν [T. Kavakas picked to partner C. Coleman] (in Greek). AEL1964.gr. Retrieved 12 January 2012.