He was considered a talented footballer with a potentially brilliant future in the Greek League. He even was transferred to Sunderland, a Premier League club in England. But after only one year he was loaned to Panathinaikos and later German side Fortuna Düsseldorf. Mavrias continued his career at another German club, Karsruher SC in the summer of 2016 and moved to Rijeka in Croatia in the summer of 2017. Next stop for Mavrias was the Scottish Premier League where he signed at Hibernian in October 2018 after being unemployed for a few months. In the last days of 2018 Mavrias signed a two and a half-year contract for Cypriot club Omonia.
Mavrias is capped five times sofar for the Greek National football team.
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When Mavrias came on as a substitute in PAO's 2010 Champions' League game against Rubin Kazan, he became the youngest Panathinaikos player to play in European competition, breaking the record of Sotiris Ninis.