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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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    • 1968 - 1973

      In the summer of 1968, the Yugoslav Branko Stankovic replaced the champion Jenő Csaknády, who left AEK for the second and last time.

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    • 1974 - 1981

      The fact that businessman Loukas Barlos took over AEK's management in the spring of 1974 would be a key enhancer of the most impressive change in AEK's historical course, since it was clear that the new president was wealthy enough to promptly change the team's composition and lead it to the final 4 of the UEFA Cup in 1977, the double of 1978, and the 1979 Championship in the following five years.

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    • 1981-1988

      Summer of 1981 started with AEK in the hands of sports clothing businessman Andreas Zafeiropoulos. The new major shareholder was quite well off, but not that strong to face shipowners Ntaifas and Vardinogiannis who owned Olympiacos and Panathinaikos respectively.

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    • 1988 - 1998

      In June 1998, the businessman Stratos Gidopoulos became the president of AEK FC, whereas Andreas Zafiropoulos remained as one of its major shareholders. AEK's former footballer Dusan Bajevic left his hometown's club, Velez Mostar, to coach one more club where he had previously served as player.

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    • 1998 - 2004

      As of the summer of 1997, AEK has been through continuous changes at all levels: from ownership and presidents (the first president under ENIC was the renowned orthopedist Pandelis Nikolaou, also a former glory of the team, but he was succeeded by Kostas Generakis in late 1998, whereas Stefanos Mamatzis took over in 1999) to the people running the company and the team.

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    • 1999

      On April 7, AEK celebrates the memory of one of the club's historic achievements, one that goes beyond the world of sports. The club brings to mind a trip of peace and solidarity to our suffering blood brothers.

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    • 2004

      In January 2004, AEK was in the final stretch of a huge financial crisis that seemed to mathematically lead to dissolution. On January 20, SportFM broke the news that the then player of Atletico Madrid, Demis Nikolaidis, together with a group of businessmen was interested in obtaining the majority shares of AEK FC.

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    • 2008

      In 2007-08, AEK was the leader in the field, but not in the championship. However, it made impressive transfers, such as that of Rivaldo who had been set free from Olympiacos, the Villarreal captain, Rodolfo Arruabarrena, and the top scorer in the Primera B Nacional of Argentina, Ismael Blanco; it also sold 25,500 season tickets, but the end was bitter since another title was lost on paper due to the Wallner affair.

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    • 2008 - 2013

      On November 2, 2008, Demis Nikolaidis, feeling annoyed by the fact that footballers had been heckled, activated his resignation from the presidency. AEK turned a page and its first move was to open up to iconic figures from the yellow-black history. Takis Kanellopoulos and Nikos Koulis took up a leading role and agreed with Dusan Bajevic that the latter was to become the team's coach for the third time.

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    • 2013 - 2014

      On April 21, 2013, AEK reached a historical low when it was relegated. However, a year later nothing reminds us of these days. The decision of Dimitris Melissanidis to acquire his loved one meant that AEK would come back.

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    • 2014-15

      Since the summer of 2015 AEK Athens belongs back in Super League. The 2014-15 season, the second of "exile" in the lower categories, resembled as a final rehearsal return

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