Andreas Stamatiadis

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Stamatiadis (right) with coach Jeno Csaknady

Andreas Stamatiadis is a former Greek football player.

Stamatiadis was born on August 16, 1935. He was a right winger for AEK from 1950 until 1969, captain of the team in the latter years. During his career, he was capped 8 times by the Greek National Football Team and was a regular of the All-Athens selections during the 1950s.

After his playing days were over, Stamatiadis coached various clubs. He is currently working at the youth academy of AEK.

Did you know

In the final football game of his career, Stamatiadis was given the honour of taking a penalty kick for the first time in his life. He missed.