- January 17: Notorious crime boss, Vasilis Stefanakos, is gunned down, in front of his house, in Haidari.
- January 28: The first round of the Cypriot presidential elections is held. Incumbent Nikos Anastasiades takes first place with 35.5% of the vote while Stavros Malas finishes second with 30.24%.
- February 4: A huge demonstration takes place in Athens as tens of thousands protest against the Tsipras government compromise deal with FYROM over the use of "Macedonia".
- February 4: Nikos Anastasiades wins re-election as Cyprus president after defeating Stavros Malas (56% - 44%) in a runoff.
- February 17: AEK defeat Olympiakos 88-83 to lift the Greek Basketball Cup.
- February 21: Moody’s ratings agency upgrades Greece’s credit rating by two notches to B3.
- March 1: Two Greek soldiers, who had strayed across the Greco-Turkish border near Kastanies, are held by Turkish authorities for trial.
- March 11: The Greek football league match between PAOK and AEK is abandoned in the 89th minute of play after PAOK owner, Ivan Savvidis, invades the pitch, wearing a holstered gun, and is said to have threatend referee Giorgos Kominis.
- March 28: Georgios Koumas elected as the new president of the Cyprus Football Association.
- April 9: Greek forces fire at a Turkish helicopter that was hovering low over the Greek island of Rho.
- April 12: A Greek Mirage 2000-5 fighter jet goes down, off the coast of Skyros, killing its pilot. The jet had been on a mission to intercept Turkish jets.
- May 6: AEK BC win the European Basketball Champions League by defeating Monaco 100-94.
- May 9: Prince Charles visits Greece.
- May 12: PAOK defeat AEK 2-0 to win the Greek Football Cup back to back.
- May 16: AEK Larnaca defeat Apollon Limassol 2-1 to lift the Cyprus Football Cup.
- May 20: Thessaloniki mayor, Yiannis Boutaris, is attacked and beaten up at a Pontian remembrance service.
- June 9: Olympiakos defeat Pro Recco 9-7 to win the water polo Champions' League.
- June 16: PM Alexis Tsipras survives a no-confidence motion by a 153-127 vote.
- January 2: Eugene Gerards, coach of OFI FC for 15 years.
- January 11: Takis Loukanidis, footballer.
- January 13: Aristides Roubanis, basketball player