Greek Football Clubs in Europe

Greek Football Clubs In Europe

Greek football clubs have participated in European football competitions since 1959, when Olympiakos took part in the European Cup. In total, nineteen Greek clubs have participated in European competition. Among the teams that have participated more than once in European competitions PAOK is the only one with more wins than defeats. The biggest success is the participation of Panathinaikos, in final of the European Cup, in 1971.

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