Atromitos Piraeus FC

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Atromitos Piraeus FC is a football club, currently in the Greek Football D Division, based in the Kaminia section of the city of Piraeus.

Atromitos was founded in 1925. Their colours are blue and white and, among others, have produced Giorgos Sideris who would later make a name for himself as a player of Olympiakos and Elias Papageorgiou a 1950s AEK forward.

Atromitos participated in the Greek Football A Division in 1961, finishing 16th (last). Among their other distinctions, the club finished 2nd in the Piraeus championship in 1947 and in 1948 behind champions Olympiakos.