PAOK is the only Greek team that has more wins than losses in their European record (72 wins, 58 draws and 70 defeats, as of 10 December 2020) and the 0–7 away win over Locomotive Tbilisi on 16 September 1999 in the UEFA Cup is the largest ever achieved by a Greek football club in all European football competitions. [258] On his official match report, referee Kominis wrote down that when the match was interrupted the scoreline was 1–0 and that he decided to award the goal. The official name of the stadium is simply PAOK Stadium (Greek: Στάδιο ΠΑΟΚ), but through the years it has become synonymous with the borough it is built at, the borough of Toumba.[3][4][5]. The contract was signed by Dr. Meletiou, the PAOK chairman, and Mr. Sakellaropoulos, the Hon. An interesting story of the final was that PAOK top goalscorer of that season Christos Dimopoulos did not participate as he left the team at Athens airport when they arrived from Thessaloniki for the game. 2–5). [112] On 23 September 1990 (matchday 2), president Thomas Voulinos stormed the field in the 77th minute of the derby against Panathinaikos at the Olympic Stadium of Athens. [60][61] On 25 February 1973 (matchday 20), PAOK who were leading the league table being 3pts (point system 3–2–1) ahead of rivals Olympiacos suffered their first loss with 1–0[62] in a much disputed derby against Olympiacos at Karaiskakis Stadium. [168][169], The club's finances gradually improved thanks to new sponsorship deals and to the continuing massive support from the fans (the number of season tickets was vastly increased[170]). However, several ministers of his government were there for the occasion. [93] Notable figures of the team included Giorgos Skartados,[94] Nikos Alavantas,[95] Thomas Siggas,[96] Rade Paprica[97] and attacking duo of Giorgos Kostikos[98] and Christos Dimopoulos. On 11 April, PAOK defeated Panionios 4–0 and climbed at the top of the standings for first time that season, level on points with AEK who lost 0–1 to Panathinaikos. 2–5) to Panathinaikos and finished in 4th place. Many PAOK fans, apart from money, also contributed to construction by volunteering to work as builders. Dermitzakis was removed after a 1–0 loss to Panathinaikos on 17 October. Kostas Koemtzopoulos, one of PAOK's founding members, came up with this idea, inspired by his favourite brand of cigarettes. In 1959, Greek National League (Alpha Ethniki) was established, with the help of instructions that were made towards the Greek authorities by UEFA. During the seven-year period of Batatoudis' ownership, PAOK's debts rose to about €10 million. [134][135], Early in the morning of 4 October 1999, a bus accident took place in the Vale of Tempe, Thessaly, with six PAOK fans killed (Kyriakos Lazaridis, Christina Tziova, Anastasios Themelis, Charalampos Zapounidis, Georgios Ganatsios, Dimitris Andreadakis). Panidis played for PAOK since 1930 and had 122 appearances. (16/6/1974)", "ΠΑΟΚ–ΑΕΚ 1–0 (2/5/1976) - Ένα γκολ που… άκουσε όλη η Θεσσαλονίκη", "ΑΕΚ–ΠΑΟΚ 1–0 (1/5/1977) - Μια επεισοδιακή Πρωτομαγιά στη Φιλαδέλφεια", "ΠΑΟΚ–Παναθηναϊκός 0–0 (12/6/1977) - Μια ισοπαλία...ένα χαμένο πρωτάθλημα! The purchase cost was set at 1.5 million drachmas and was paid by PAOK administration in 20 six-month instalments of 75,000 drachmas each. ", "Η δωροδοκία (Το πριμ του Ολυμπιακού στους παίκτες της Παναχαϊκής)", "1973 Greek Cup final Olympiacos–PAOK 1–0 (17/6/1973)", "1974 Greek Cup final Olympiacos–PAOK 2–2 (3–4 pen.) "P.A.O.K. Current transfer record: +€2.39m. The organized supporters' groups launched an all-out war against president Giannis Goumenos during the summer of 2006,[153] going as far as to occupy the club's offices in Toumba stadium for a handful of days. Coached by Nikos Pangalos, PAOK won the 1954 and 1955 local Championships unbeaten. On inauguration day, 15,000 PAOK supporters packed Toumba Stadium, as that was the stadium's capacity back then. PAOK har sin grund i Konstantinopels idrotts- och kulturförening "Hermes" (grekiska Ερμής) som grundades av grekerna i Konstantinopel 1875, i hjärtat av staden Pera. In the second half, Kostikos was brought down in the area by Kovis, but Litsas denied the penalty and sent off PAOK defender Pellios who was protesting. Bezirk der Stadt, im gleichnamigen Stadtteil Toumba, nahe dem Stadtzentrum. Their best European performance was in the 1973–74 season, when they reached the quarter-finals of the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup. 2–5) that followed, a game against Panathinaikos at Apostolos Nikolaidis Stadium was abandoned (scoreline 1–0 at the time) when Ivić was struck on his head by a beer can that was thrown from the crowd. Κυρίτσης, Δημήτρης ; Στεφανίδης, Ανέστης ; Τσιομπανούδη, Ελένη (2005). Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. PAOK players had 10,000 fans on their side and they vowed that it was about time to return with the trophy at Thessaloniki. At the age of 12, he signed his first contract with PAOK and made his debut with the first team on 21 December 1963 in a 1–0 loss to Ethnikos at Apostolos Nikolaidis Stadium. The club has never been relegated to a lower national division, a feat equalled only by rivals Olympiacos and Panathinaikos. The aftermath of the bus crash was devastating. The construction of the stadium was completed at a record time of one year. With this victory, the club qualified to the knockout phase for second consecutive year. [318][319], Panathinaikos and AEK, Athens' two biggest clubs, are also considered major rivals.[320][321]. PAOK players were told in the half-time break that he had to be transported to the hospital and his death was revealed to them only after the game had ended. [24], The declaration of the Greco-Italian War caused mobilization in Greece and ended every sport activity. Two players (Iosifidis and Aslanidis) were substituted in the first half after sustaining injuries. Afterwards they went close to the referee, where Micheľ expressed his complaints about the decision. Aktuelle Spiele. A roadside memorial was erected at the site of the crash bearing the following inscription: "Their love for PAOK brought them here, left them here and went beyond". In 1976–77 season, the team tried to defend the title and reached the last 16 of 1976–77 European Cup where they were knocked out by a far superior Dynamo Kiev side. [236][237][238][239][240][241][242] Medical report of the official doctor of the match, approved by the Greek Football Federation (EPO), stated that García was not seriously injured and could return on the bench, but Olympiacos questioned doctor's credibility because he was a PAOK employee, working in PAOK youth academy. De första stadgarna antogs den 20 april 1926 genom beslut av domstolen i Thessaloniki. On 9 March 1980 (matchday 24), PAOK were leading the table and lost 0–2[84] to rivals Panathinaikos at Toumba Stadium. [172] The administration had already acquired land from the municipality of Agios Athanasios and the project would be executed by former president Vasilis Sergiannidis'[173] construction company. In 1972–73 season, PAOK came close to winning their first ever championship title playing exceptional football under the guidance of Les Shannon. The game ended in a thrilling 2–2 draw and PAOK won 4–3 on penalties over Olympiacos with Koulis Apostolidis converting the last of the procedure. History and description Toumba Stadium was built in the late 1950s after PAOK’s ground in the centre of Thessaloniki had become too small for the club. From the newly founded academy sprang some great football players of the period, such as Leandros Symeonidis, Giannelos Margaritis and Giorgos Havanidis.[26]. The use of cookies aims to remember choices you make, to deliver advertisements more relevant to you and your interest and improve the functionality of the website. PAOK prevailed 3–1 over Olympiacos and 1–0 over AEK with Neto Guerino scoring the winner in the 89th minute,[75] giving the Double-Headed Eagle of the North a 4pt lead (point system 2–1–0). This page was last edited on 4 January 2021, at 21:26. Große Ziele mit PAOK FC / ΠΑΕ ΠΑΟΚ. [85] Kostikos scored two goals in the first half, but both of them were disallowed by referee Litsas. Numerous transfers of quality players such as Zisis Vryzas,[125] Spiros Marangos, free kick specialist Kostas Frantzeskos,[126] Percy Olivares[127] and Joe Nagbe[128] took place under the new administration. [248] The goal was initially credited to PAOK by both the referee who pointed the center spot and the linesman who never raised his flag and ran towards the center. Roger Schmidt’s team were two goals down within the opening fifteen minutes but goals from Cody Gakpo, Noni Madueke and Donyell Malen helped PSV to … Despite finishing at the top of the 2nd division, PAOK were forced by the organizing committee to play against the 1st division teams and defeat all of them in order to get promoted. With this Greek Cup victory, PAOK FC achieved a domestic Double for first time in their history. PAOK football players recruited to Hellenic Army and two of them died on duty. imago images The Video assistant referee (VAR) was used for the first time in Greek football and in a Greek Cup final. Alle Daten, Statistiken und News - kicker In 1955, PAOK participated for third time in a Greek Cup final and were defeated 2–0[31] by Panathinaikos at Apostolos Nikolaidis Stadium (home ground of Panathinaikos). The first coach of the club was Kostas Andreadis who spent five years on the team's bench without demanding payment. )", "ΠΑΟΚ–Ολυμπιακός 1–2 (24/5/1992) - Ένα σερί που κράτησε 23 χρόνια", "Οταν ο Ολυμπιακός έχανε από τα...Τέμπη (21 ματς πρωταθλήματος, 19–2–0, γκολ 47–11)", "ΠΑΟΚ Vs Ολυμπιακός: Ο Μάκης έλειπε όταν έσπασε η παράδοση...", "Le match du jour, 1er octobre 1992 : PAOK–PSG, Paris dans l'enfer de Salonique", "Αρι Χάαν: Μπαλαδόρος, καπνιστής και… ΠΑΟΚτσής", "Οταν ο ΠΑΟΚ πήρε από τον ΟΦΗ τον Φραντζέσκο", "Greeks' late goal sends Arsenal tumbling out", "9/2/1998: Η μέρα που έφυγε το γελαστό παιδί", "1–1 στο ΟΑΚΑ, λίγο πριν το δράμα των Τεμπών! By the end of May 2006, the club's dramatic situation started to emerge, with players openly declaring they have been unpaid for months, plus a shocking decision by UEFA to ban the club from participating in the upcoming UEFA Cup,[152] brought the club close to dissolution. In early September 2015, the turf was changed. Big changes began in 2012–13, but most of the changes were made in 2014–15 for the European obligations of PAOK in the UEFA Europa League, starting from the central part of the stadium. In 1973–74 season, PAOK reached the quarter-finals of 1973–74 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup where they were knocked out by Milan with 5–2 on aggregate. VISIT SITE After the end of the season, Ivić did not renew his contract[231] and the club appointed Aleksandar Stanojević whose tenure as PAOK manager did not last long. Rolf Fringer succeeded Angelos Anastasiadis in September 2004,[151] but after a few games, he was replaced by Nikos Karageorgiou, who led the club to a 5th-place finish in May 2005 and a subsequent 2005–06 UEFA Cup qualification. Toumba Stadium (Greek: Στάδιο Τούμπας) is a football stadium in Thessaloniki, Greece. Das Toumba-Stadion (griechisch Στάδιο Τούμπας) ist ein Fußballstadion mit Leichtathletikanlage in der griechischen Stadt Thessaloniki, Zentralmakedonien. Aufstellung PAOK Saloniki - Panathinaikos 2:1 (Super League 2020/2021, 13. Since 1956, the administration was withholding 15% of the gate income in order to fund the construction of the new stadium. Augenthaler admitted in a 2018 interview that the referee favored Bayern and that he felt uncomfortable when he was asked to take the penalty for a third time.[91][92]. On high-profile encounters, when the players walk out of the tunnel, the song Hells Bells by AC/DC is heard from the stadium's speakers.[6]. On 4 January 1976, PAOK made an impressive 4–0[74] away win over Olympiacos (biggest home defeat of Olympiacos in Greek football history). )", "1951 Greek Cup final Olympiacos–PAOK 4–0 (11/3/1951)", "Αφιέρωμα στην τριπλέτα Γιεντζή-Κουϊρουκίδη-Παπαδάκη", "1955 Greek Cup final Panathinaikos–PAOK 2–0 (12/6/1955)", "Όταν η Μπαρτσελόνα υποκλίθηκε στον Κούδα και τον ΠΑΟΚ", "The incredible life and times of Greek hero Giorgos Koudas", "Η ζωή και η καριέρα του θρυλικού Γιώργου Κούδα", "1970 Greek Cup final Aris–PAOK 1–0 (28/6/1970)", "1971 Greek Cup final Olympiacos–PAOK 3–1 (9/6/1971)", "1972 Greek Cup final Panathinaikos–PAOK 1–2 (5/7/1972)", "Les Shannon: Feisty footballer and coach", "Λες Σάννον – Ο προπονητής που άλλαξε την ιστορία του ΠΑΟΚ", "Ολυμπιακός–ΠΑΟΚ 1–0 (25/2/1973) - Eνα ντέρμπι που έμοιαζε με γουέστερν! [45] Eventually, Koudas returned to PAOK in the summer of 1968 and led the great team of the 1970s to glorious days. PAOK Saloniki versteht sich als Nachfolgeverein des im Istanbuler Stadtteils Pera beheimateten und 1875 ins Leben gerufenen Mutterklubs Hermes. Die Fußballmannschaft PAOK Saloniki tr… Koudas' talent immediately started to excel and in 1965–66 season he made 29 apps and scored 13 goals . The second Championship of PAOK came in 1984–85 season, under Austrian manager Walter Skocik. [259] Kominis received a summons to appear at the court hearing, but he sent a letter instead, explaining that he could not show up due to personal reasons. [277][278][279] This was the third consecutive Greek Cup final against the same opponent and it was held for second consecutive year at the Olympic Stadium of Athens (AEK home ground at the time). In European football, the highest attendance was a 45,200 crowd in the 1–0[33][34] win against Barcelona (UEFA Cup, 16 September 1975). Umringt: Eindhovens Torschütze zum 3:1 Donyell Malen (3.v.l.). [146] PAOK manager Angelos Anastasiadis became the first in club's history to win the Cup both as a player (in 1974) and manager. [229][230] The game was awarded 0–3 to PAOK by court decision. 4321 Ρυθμίσεις για την επανεκκίνηση της οικονομίας", "PAOK FC present full payment invoices of their depts", "Ελεύθερος ο ΠΑΟΚ! Das Fußballspiel beginnt um 21:00 Uhr. The first foreign coach in team's history was Austrian Rudolf Gasner, who served at PAOK in 1931–1932. [316][317], A longtime heated rivalry exists between PAOK and local rivals Aris. "Ηχητικό ντοκουμέντο από Τούμπα, Γκαγκάτσης: "Ελάτε έξω να παίξουμε" – Δημητριάδης: "Με όπλο; Θα μας σκοτώσουν!