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  • 1924 \\

    ATHLETIC UNION OF CONSTANTINOPLE:  A huge club, a great idea. A symbol of memory, of long-established presence in sports both in Greece and abroad.

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  • 1924 - 1930 \\

    AEK started being successful early on and thus acquired its own fans. Over time, it acquired valuable players, such as the renowned Kostas Negrepontis who came from Istanbul and relocated to Athens in 1926 following a successful career in French clubs.

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  • 1930 - 1940 \\

    Kostas Negrepontis was in the last years of his career, when AEK won its first title. During the first Cup competition in the 1931-32 season, AEK made it to the final of November 8, 1931 at Alexandras Avenue against the then powerful Aris from Thessaloniki.

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  • 1945 - 1950 \\

    The generation of the ’30 returned to the pitch in early 1945 and steered AEK to conquering the first 2 post-war championships of Athens, in 1946 and 1947. In the following years, having Jack Beby at the reins and impressive new signings who were to make history (Goulios, Emmanouilidis, Parayios, Poulis, Papatheodorou, Kanakis, Patakas etc.), the side made it to three consecutive Greek Cup finals, earning the last two of them, in 1949 and 1950.

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  • 1950 - 1959 \\

    The 1950s had only few good times in store for AEK. In 1951, shortly after the historical 2-2 against Austria Wien, Bibie suddenly left, whereas Kleanthis Maropoulos and Michalis Delavinias, the last two great players from the pre-war team, retired from action.

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  • 1959 - 1968 \\

    The first title in A' Division united championship was lost in a painful way in summer 1960. AEK's 3-2 defeat in Nea Smirni in the last match day by Panionios, in conjunction with the unexpected 4-1 crashing of Olympiacos by Panathinaikos in Karaiskakis Stadium, resulted in a rematch between AEK and Panathinaikos that ended in a 2-1 win for the latter.

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