Leonidas Andrianopoulos

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Leonidas Andrianopoulos was a Greek football player.

Leonidas was born in 1911 and started his sports career, in track and field, as a triple-jumper. In 1927 he joined his brothers (Yiannis, Giorgos, Dinos and Vasilis) in the attacking line of Olympiakos. His position was outside-left (left-side winger).

Leonidas was capped 11 times by the National Football Team of Greece, scoring 2 goals.

He ended his football career December 25, 1935, at the age of 24 in order to work in his father's business. Olympiakos - Ujpest (0-1, Kahlai), was his last match.

Leonidas was the last surviving Andrianopoulos brother. He died on October 25, 2011, at the age of 100.