Fixtures

Greece Super League 2 02/25 13:00 20 Tilikratis vs Kallithea - View
Greece Super League 2 03/03 17:00 21 Kallithea vs Diagoras - View
Greece Super League 2 03/10 17:00 22 Kalamata vs Kallithea - View

Results

Greece Super League 2 02/18 13:00 19 [1] Kallithea v Ionikos [3] W 2-1
Greece Super League 2 02/12 14:00 18 [1] Kallithea v Ilioupoli [4] W 2-1
Greece Super League 2 02/04 13:00 17 [2] Chania FC v Kallithea [1] D 0-0
Greece Super League 2 01/28 13:00 16 [1] Kallithea v Egaleo [7] W 1-0
Greece Super League 2 01/22 13:00 15 [8] AO Giouchtas v Kallithea [2] W 1-2
Greece Cup 01/17 13:00 4 Kallithea v Panetolikos D 2-2
Greece Super League 2 01/13 13:00 14 [1] Kallithea v Panathinaikos B [10] W 3-0
Greece Cup 01/09 19:00 4 Kallithea v Panetolikos - PPT.
Greece Super League 2 01/06 11:30 13 [8] Olympiakos B v Kallithea [1] W 1-2
Greece Super League 2 12/17 13:00 12 [12] Panachaiki v Kallithea [1] D 1-1
Greece Super League 2 12/10 13:00 11 [2] Kallithea v Kalamata [4] W 1-0
Greece Cup 12/05 17:30 4 Panetolikos v Kallithea L 3-2

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 39 19 20
Wins 25 15 10
Draws 9 3 6
Losses 5 1 4
Goals for 67 38 29
Goals against 32 12 20
Clean sheets 18 11 7
Failed to score 5 2 3

Wikipedia - Athens Kallithea F.C.

Athens Kallithea Football Club (Greek: ΠΑΕ "Athens Kallithea FC", ΠΑΕ Άθενς Καλλιθέα) is a Greek professional football club based in Kallithea, a city and a suburb in the Athens, Greece, which competes in the Super League 2, the second tier of the Greek football league system.

The club has finished as high as ninth in the Greek top flight (2004–05) and has reached as far as the quarterfinal stage of the Greek Cup on five occasions (1969–70, 1978–79, 1986–87, 2001–02, 2009–10).

History

Founding and early history

The club was founded on 18 August 1966 from the merger of five local clubs: Esperos, Iraklis, AE Kallitheas, Kallithaikos, and Pyrsos.

In 1970, Kallithea's Grigoris Lambrakis Stadium, named after the Greek liberal politician and peace activist Grigoris Lambrakis, was opened to the public.

Early 2000s in first division

In 2002, Kallithea achieved promotion to Greece's top division for the first time. The club's first win in the competition was a 3–2 upset of PAOK at Toumba Stadium, thanks to two goals from Theofanis Gekas, on 14 September 2002.

After finishing ninth in 2004–05, Kallithea was relegated from the top division in 2005-06.

Recent history

In the 2021-22 season, Kallithea finished second in Super League 2, seven points back of league winners Levadiakos for promotion to Super League 1, which was the club's most successful season since it last appeared in the top division in 2005–06.

In September 2022, the club rebranded as Athens Kallithea FC. The presentation of the club's rebranding and 22/23 home and away shirts was met with widespread acclaim in Greece and abroad, with London-based Versus calling it "one of the cleanest football rebrands ever."

In the 2022-23 season, AKFC missed out on promotion to Super League 1 by one point, finishing second in Super League 2 for the second consecutive season.

Kallithea is a professional soccer team based in the city of Athens, Greece. The team was founded in 1966 and has a rich history of success in Greek football. Kallithea plays its home matches at the Kallithea Municipal Stadium, which has a capacity of 4,000 spectators.

The team's colors are blue and white, and its emblem features a blue shield with a white cross and a football in the center. Kallithea has a strong fan base and is known for its passionate supporters who create a lively atmosphere at home matches.

Kallithea has competed in various Greek football leagues over the years, including the Super League Greece, the Greek Football League, and the Gamma Ethniki. The team has also participated in several Greek Cup competitions, reaching the quarter-finals in 2005.

Kallithea has produced several notable players over the years, including Greek international striker Dimitris Salpingidis and former Olympiacos midfielder Giannis Taralidis. The team is currently coached by former Greek international defender Nikos Dabizas and is looking to build on its past successes and compete at the highest level of Greek football.