Sklavounos was born in 1912 in Thessaloniki and started playing football for Thermaikos in 1929. In 1931, he transferred to Panathinaikos where he played until 1936 when he moved to AEK. At AEK, Sklavounos won two national championships (1939 and 1940) and the Greek Football Cup in 1939
After his playing days were over, Sklavounos launched a new career as a singer with some success.
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Spyros Sklavounos was in the nets on March 25, 1938 when Greece played Hungary in Budapest and lost 11-1. Far from being responsible for the loss, Sklavounos made many fine saves from the near 100 shots the Hungarians fired against his goal.