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Football A Division

The A' Division (first division) or Alpha Ethniki or Super League or, as of the 2019 - 2020 season, Super League 1, is the highest professional football league in Greece. At present (from the 2019/2020-season), 14 clubs compete in the league, playing each other team in the league twice, once at home and once away. At the end of the regular season, the top six clubs qualify for the championship round. The bottom eight club are forced to play in the relegation round. Teams play each other again two times. It is not known yet (June 2019) how many teams are relegated to Beta Ethniki, or Super League 2 as of the 2019 - 2020 season, the second-level league.

As of the 2008-09 season, the league is entitled to two entrants in the UEFA Champions League. The champions enter the third qualifying round, while the second club enter the second qualifying round before thay can advance to the group stage. The winners of the Greek Cup and two highest top-finishing club outside the CL qualificants or the three highest top-finishing club outside the CL qualificants if the cup is won by one of the clubs qualified for the qualifying rounds of the Champions League are entitled to participate in the qualifying rounds of the Europa League. Which qualifying round it is depends on the position Greece earned in previous years in the European ranking.

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Teams

Championships

Greek Championship

Here are teams that won the Greek Championship. The teams that won the most of the championships in Alpha Ethniki, are Olympiacos (37), Panathinaikos (20) and AEK (13).

Pre-EPO era

EPO-sanctioned championships


Greek Cups

The Greek Football Cup is a competition where teams from the B' Division and C' Divisions also participate. For more details on the structure of the competition and histrorical information, see Greek Football Cup

Super Cups

  • 1970 - Panathinaikos
  • 1971 - AEK
  • 1987 - Olympiacos FC
  • 1988 - Panathinaikos
  • 1989 - AEK
  • 1992 - Olympiacos FC
  • 1993 - Panathinaikos
  • 1994 - Panathinaikos
  • 1996 - AEK

League Cups / Mediterranean Cups

Domestic Doubles

Outstanding Players