Positions 13 - 13: Relegation via playoff
Positions 1 - 2: Champions League qualifying
Positions 3 - 6: Europa League qualifying
Positions 14 - 14: Relegation playoffs
- GP: Games Played
- W: Wins
- D: Draws
- L: Losses
- F: Goals For
- A: Goals Against
- GD: Goal Difference
- P: Points
The Greek Super League was founded in 1927 and the country in which all domestic games are played is Greece, the confederation for this league is UEFA and in total there are 16 individual football teams playing in that league, which is the number one level on the pyramid of leagues.
If any teams get knocked out of this league they are then relegated to the Football League and the domestic cups they will all be playing for include the Greek Cup. Teams in this league will also be able to play, if they qualify, for international cups including the Champions League and the UEFA Europa League.
The current champions at the time of compiling this guide are AEK Athens and that is the 12th title they have won, and it is Olympiacos that have won the most titles that being a total of 44 times.
If you do want to find out any additional information on this football league, then simply pay a visit to the Superleaguegreece.net website as you will find plenty of information on team news and the current placings and all up and coming fixtures in that league.
Teams and Stadiums in the Greek Super League
The Greek Super League clubs along with the home city, stadium name and the capacity of each of those team stadiums are fully listed below, so please do read on to find out more about any of those teams.
AEK Athens play at the Athens Olympic Stadium which can hold some 69,638 people.
AEL play at the AEL FC Arena which is a stadium that can hold, when it is full a total of some 16,118 people.
Apollon Smyrni play at the Georgios Kamaras Stadium and if you ever visit that stadium you could be watching football alongside a total of 14,856 other people!
Asteras Tripoli play at the Kolokotronis Stadium which is one of the smaller stadiums in this league for in total it has the capacity to hold no more than 7,616 people.
Atromitos play at the Peristeri Stadium which is midsized stadium in this league which can now hold more than 8,969 supporters at any one time.
AO Kerkyra play at the Kerkyra Stadium which is one of the smallest football stadiums in this league, in fact when it is full it can only hold a total of some 3,000 people.
Lamia play at the Lamia Municipal Stadium which is another of the many mid-sized stadiums in the Greek Super League and it is one that can hold up to a total of some 6,000 home and away supporters.
Levadiakos play at the Levadia Municipal Stadium which is a small yet comfortable stadium to visit and is one that will hold up to 6,500 people in total.
Olympiacos play at the Georgios Karaiskakis Stadium which when it is full, which by the way it can often be, it will hold a total of some 32,115 fans of the sport
Panathinaikos play at the Apostolos Nikolaidis Stadium that is one of the small to large sized stadiums in this league which has a total capacity of some 16,003 people in total.
Panetolikos play at the Panetolikos Stadium which can hold no more than a total of 7,500 home and away supporters.
Panionios play at the Nea Smyrni Stadium and if you do ever visit that stadium you will find that it can hold some 11,700 supports which is regularly does do by the way!
PAOK play at the Toumba Stadium and that is one of the much grander and much larger stadiums in this league which can hold no more than a total of 28,703 people.
PAS Giannina play at the Zosimades Stadium which is one of the Greek Super Leagues mid-sized stadiums which when it is full is going to have 7,50 in it.
Platanias play at the Perivolia Municipal Stadium and if you do visit that stadium you will very quickly discover it is a small and very compact one that only has a capacity of some 3,700 people.
Xanthi play at the Xanthi FC Arena and much like many of the other stadiums in this league it does not have a huge capacity, in fact it can hold just 7,244 people within it.