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(New page: '''Aristides Louvaris''' is a former Greek football goalkeeper of the 1930s - 1940s era. Louvaris was born in 1913, in Drapetsona, [[Pirae...)
 
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'''Aristides Louvaris''' is a former [[Greeks|Greek]] [[football (soccer)|football]] goalkeeper of the [[1930s]] - [[1940s]] era.
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'''Aristides Louvaris''' was a former [[Greeks|Greek]] [[football (soccer)|football]] goalkeeper of the [[1930s]] - [[1940s]] era.
  
 
Louvaris was born in [[1913]], in [[Drapetsona]], [[Piraeus]]. He played for Theseus [[Piraeus]] before joining [[Olympiakos FC|Olympiakos]] in [[1938]].
 
Louvaris was born in [[1913]], in [[Drapetsona]], [[Piraeus]]. He played for Theseus [[Piraeus]] before joining [[Olympiakos FC|Olympiakos]] in [[1938]].
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During his career, Louvaris was capped 5 times by the [[National Football Team]] of [[Greece]].
 
During his career, Louvaris was capped 5 times by the [[National Football Team]] of [[Greece]].
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He died on [[January 13]], [[2009]].
  
 
His son, [[Georgios Louvaris]], is a Vice President of Olympiakos.
 
His son, [[Georgios Louvaris]], is a Vice President of Olympiakos.
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[[Category:Football Players|Louvaris, Aristides]]
 
[[Category:Football Players|Louvaris, Aristides]]
 
[[Category:1913 births|Louvaris, Aristides]]
 
[[Category:1913 births|Louvaris, Aristides]]
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[[Category:2009 deaths|Louvaris, Aristides]]

Revision as of 14:17, January 29, 2009

Aristides Louvaris was a former Greek football goalkeeper of the 1930s - 1940s era.

Louvaris was born in 1913, in Drapetsona, Piraeus. He played for Theseus Piraeus before joining Olympiakos in 1938.

Louvaris' career was interrupted by World War II. After liberation, he continued playing for the red-whites until 1949.

During his career, Louvaris was capped 5 times by the National Football Team of Greece.

He died on January 13, 2009.

His son, Georgios Louvaris, is a Vice President of Olympiakos.