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Panathinaikos - Apollon Smirnis. Asteras Tripolis - AE Larissa. Panaitolikos - AEK Athens. PAS Giannina - Levadiakos.
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All rights reserved, Contact. L Lost against Panetolikos on October 6th L Lost against Levadiakos on October 21st L Lost against Lamia on October 27th L Lost against Apollon Smyrnis on October 20th L Lost against Olympiakos on October 29th Last updated 5th November at W Won against Olympiakos on September 30th W Won against Levadiakos on September 30th L Lost against Olympiakos on September 30th D Drew against Lamia on October 1st W Won against Panathinaikos on September 29th W Won against Aris on September 30th L Lost against Larissa on September 29th W Won against Apollon Smyrnis on September 30th W Won against Larissa on September 29th L Lost against Panathinaikos on September 29th L Lost against Aris on September 30th L Lost against Levadiakos on September 30th L Lost against Apollon Smyrnis on September 30th After the Balkan Wars and World War I , two football associations were formed, one organising a football league in Athens and Piraeus, and one doing the same in Thessaloniki.
In , a Panhellenic Champion was determined by a play-off game between the Athens-Piraeus and the Thessaloniki champions.
Peiraikos Syndesmos won 3—1 against Aris Thessaloniki. In , a national championship was organised in the form of a round-robin tournament between the champions of the three governing bodies.
This national championship was set up again in , and over the next years evolved into a tournament in which multiple teams took part.
Still, these teams had to qualify for the national championship through their local football competitions.
In the Alpha Ethniki - the precursor of the current Super League - was set up as a national round-robin tournament.
The —60 championship was the first to be held in national form after several months of talks. It started on Sunday 25 October with the participation of 16 teams.
The creation of a championship in the form of a single permanent national category rather than the way they have been held until then with the participation of the teams selected by the local competitions was a requirement of both the State and UEFA.
The first wished to establish a fixed number of matches every Sunday in Greece to stimulate interest in PRO-PO while UEFA wished to nominate national champions with strict criteria and through joint events for all states.
The first place was taken by Alpha Ethniki, a single category with clubs from all over the Greek territory and a stable participation, with the exception of those who would be relegated at the end of the season.
The initial design provided for a number of teams well above the 10th of the —59 Pan-Hellenic Championship and in particular 18 which, as the expanded category program would cover almost all the available dates of the year, would no longer participate in its local competitions their EPSs.
Those would be the qualifier for the upcoming national category and not the participation in the final round of the current championship, so their significance was significantly reduced.
On Saturday, October 10, at the General Assembly of the HFF, ie with the participation of all the members of the Association of Football Associations and in the presence of the General Secretariat of Sports GGA and representatives of the Karamanlis government, became the first national category of Greek football.
The 1st game was set for 15 days. According to the general Assembly of HFF in 29 August , it was decided that the newly created Alpha Ethniki would consist of 18 teams, with their determination being made in accordance with the positions in the local EPS competitions in the period — The HFF, at its decisive General Assembly on Saturday, October 10, decided to reduce the number of teams to 16 so that the racing program will not be extended in the summer.
After the end of the first event in the summer of , the teams did not increase despite HFF's initial intention, with the number 16 being considered the ideal for a championship in Greece and only 18 in On October 25, , the Alpha Ethniki was launched.
Panathinaikos won the first Alpha Ethniki's Championship, which became the champion of Greece for the fourth time in his history. He scored at 79 points with AEK Athens and beat 2—1 in the barrage, a match where he needed only a tie result in the neutral Georgios Karaiskakis Stadium.
In such a case, after the half-hour extension, the competition announcement set the best goal difference. Through barrage and with the same score was also the third place for the demotion, with the winner Panegialios to overtake Pagkorinthiakos again in the event of a draw.
The scoring system was 3p the win, 2p the draw, 1p the defeat. Time has been relentless for some teams that have participated in the first league of the Alpha Ethniki.
The historic Ethnikos Piraeus, cup winner of Greece in , participates in the Gamma Ethniki , as well as Proodeftiki while AE Nikaia participates in the local championship of Piraeus.
Korinthos , which reached the Alpha Ethniki at the 90's and is now participating in the Gamma Ethniki. Megas Alexandros Katerinis is the ancestor of Pierikos.
Since —80, Greek football has entered a professional phase, as with a bill deposited in the Hellenic Parliament on 19 January , the clubs become football anonyme societies PAE.
At the same time, entrepreneurs shipowners, etc. For a single racing season, —01, the championship is renamed "Upper Category".
On July 16, , was founded the copartnership Super League. Members of the copartnership are the PAE's that have the right to participate in the professional football championship of the First Division.
At present, 16 clubs compete in the Superleague, playing each other in a home and away series. At the end of the season, the bottom two clubs are relegated to the Football League.
The number of teams to be relegated may change, depending on a licensing procedure that takes place at the end of the regular season.
The second through fifth place teams in the Super League enter a play-off for the second Greek entry.