2014–15 Olympiacos F.C. season

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Olympiacos
2014–15 season
ChairmanEvangelos Marinakis
ManagerMíchel (June 2014–January 2015)
Vítor Pereira (January 2015 – May 2015)
StadiumKaraiskakis Stadium, Piraeus
Super League GreeceChampion (1st place)
Greek CupWinner
Champions LeagueGroup Stage – Eliminated
Europa LeagueRound of 32 – Eliminated
Top goalscorerLeague: Konstantinos Mitroglou (16)
All: Konstantinos Mitroglou (19)

The 2014–15 season was Olympiacos' 56th consecutive season in the Super League Greece. Olympiacos also participated in the Greek cup.

Olympiacos won the domestic title for the fifth year in a row.

Olympiacos also participated in UEFA Europa League Knock-out Stage after being eliminated from the UEFA Champions League Group Stage.

On January 6 Olympiacos announced the end of the cooperation with head coach Míchel. Vítor Pereira was hired as the new manager of the team.

Players[edit]

No. Name Nationality Position (s) Date of birth (Age) Signed from Games played Goals scored
Goalkeepers
16 Roberto Jiménez Gago Spain GK 10 February 1986 (28) Spain Atlético Madrid 50 0
22 Andreas Gianniotis Greece GK 18 December 1992 (22) Greece Ethnikos Gazoros 2 0
33 Eleftherios Choutesiotis Greece GK 20 July 1994 (20) Greece Olympiacos FC Academy 0 0
42 Balázs Megyeri Hungary GK 31 March 1990 (24) Hungary Ferencváros 42 0
72 Giorgos Strezos Greece GK 6 July 1995 (19) Greece Olympiacos FC Academy 0 0
Defenders
3 Alberto Botía Spain CB 27 January 1989 (25) Spain Sevilla 2 0
14 Omar Elabdellaoui Norway RB 5 December 1991 (22) Germany Eintracht Braunschweig 2 0
20 Kostas Giannoulis Greece LB 9 December 1987 (26) Greece Atromitos 0 0
22 Eric Abidal France CB / LB 11 September 1979 (34) France Monaco 2 0
23 Dimitris Siovas Greece CB 16 September 1988 (25) Greece Panionios 27 2
24 Tasos Avlonitis Greece CB 1 January 1990 (24) Greece Panionios 0 0
26 Arthur Masuaku France LB 7 November 1993 (21) France Valenciennes 2 0
30 Leandro Salino Brazil RB 22 April 1985 (29) Portugal Braga 18 0
Midfielders
2 Giannis Maniatis Greece DM / CM 12 October 1986 (27) Greece Panionios 85 6
5 Luka Milivojević Serbia DM / CM 7 April 1991 (23) Belgium Anderlecht 0 0
6 Ibrahim Afellay Netherlands LW 2 April 1986 (28) Flag of Spain.svg Barcelona 1 1
8 Delvin N'Dinga Republic of the Congo DM 14 March 1986 (26) France Monaco 21 0
9 Jimmy Durmaz Sweden RW 22 March 1989 (25) Turkey Gençlerbirliği 1 0
10 Alejandro Domínguez Argentina AM 10 June 1981 (33) Spain Rayo Vallecano 25 5
11 Pajtim Kasami Switzerland CM 2 June 1992 (22) England Fulham 2 2
18 Andreas Bouchalakis Greece CM 5 April 1993 (21) Greece Ergotelis 1 0
19 David Fuster Spain AM 3 February 1982 (32) Spain Villarreal 88 24
25 Kostas Fortounis Greece AM 16 October 1992 (21) Germany Kaiserslautern 0 0
55 Gevorg Ghazaryan Armenia LW 5 April 1988 (26) Ukraine Metalurh Donetsk 1 0
77 Mathieu Dossevi Togo RW 12 February 1988 (26) France Valenciennes 2 0
Forwards
7 Konstantinos Mitroglou Greece CF 12 March 1988 (26) England Fulham 86 41
17 Dimitris Diamantakos Greece CF 5 March 1993 (21) 2 1
27 Jorge Benítez Paraguay CF 2 September 1992 (22) Paraguay Club Guaraní 1 0
99 Michael Olaitan Nigeria CF 1 January 1993 (21) Greece Veria 16 8

Current squad[edit]

As of 31 January 2015

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
2 MF Greece GRE Giannis Maniatis (captain)
3 DF Spain ESP Alberto Botía
5 MF Serbia SRB Luka Milivojević
6 MF Netherlands NED Ibrahim Afellay
7 FW Greece GRE Konstantinos Mitroglou
8 MF Republic of the Congo CGO Delvin N'Dinga
9 MF Sweden SWE Jimmy Durmaz
10 MF Argentina ARG Alejandro Domínguez
11 MF Switzerland  SUI Pajtim Kasami
12 FW Argentina ARG Franco Jara
14 DF Norway NOR Omar Elabdellaoui
16 GK Spain ESP Roberto (3rd captain)
17 FW Greece GRE Dimitris Diamantakos
18 MF Greece GRE Andreas Bouchalakis
19 MF Spain ESP David Fuster (2nd captain)
20 DF Greece GRE Kostas Giannoulis
No. Pos. Nation Player
22 GK Greece GRE Andreas Gianniotis
23 DF Greece GRE Dimitris Siovas
24 DF Greece GRE Tasos Avlonitis
25 MF Greece GRE Kostas Fortounis
26 DF France FRA Arthur Masuaku
27 FW Paraguay PAR Jorge Benítez
28 FW Greece GRE Nikos Vergos
29 DF Greece GRE Praxitelis Vouros
30 DF Brazil BRA Leandro Salino
33 GK Greece GRE Lefteris Choutesiotis
34 DF Greece GRE Manolis Saliakas
42 GK Hungary HUN Balázs Megyeri
45 DF Brazil BRA Felipe Santana
60 MF Norway NOR Abdisalam Ibrahim
72 GK Greece GRE Giorgios Strezos
77 MF France FRA Mathieu Dossevi

For recent transfers, see List of Greek football transfers summer 2014

Olympiacos U20 squad[edit]

Olympiacos U20 is the youth team of Olympiacos. They participate in the Super League U20 championship and in UEFA Youth League competition. They play their home games at the 3,000-seater Renti Training Centre in Renti, Piraeus.[1]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
GK Greece GRE Michalis Iliadis
GK Greece GRE Dimitris Katsimitros
GK Greece GRE Iasonas Gavalas
DF Greece GRE Dimitrios Nikolaou
DF Greece GRE Dimitris Gkoutsios
DF Greece GRE Dimitrios Pechlivanidis
DF Greece GRE Konstantinos Betsas
DF Greece GRE Panayiotis Chelas
DF Greece GRE Panayiotis Retsos
DF Greece GRE Efstratios Salatamaras
DF Albania ALB Ardit Toli
DF Greece GRE Giorgios Agiotis
DF Greece GRE Konstantinos Tsimikas
DF Greece GRE Argyris Toufas
DF Greece GRE Grigoris Kasapidis
MF Greece GRE Anastasios Papoutzidis
MF Greece GRE Charalampos Rentzis
MF Bulgaria BUL Stanislav Tsonev
MF Greece GRE Konstantinos Kipouros
MF Greece GRE Giannis Varkas
MF Greece GRE Stathis Lamprou
No. Pos. Nation Player
MF Greece GRE Giorgios Xenitidis
MF Greece GRE Zisis Karachalios
MF Greece GRE Andreas Dermitzakis
MF Albania ALB Stefan Abara
MF Albania ALB Qazim Laci
MF Greece GRE Konstantinos Plegas
MF Greece GRE Giorgios Makrostergios
MF Greece GRE Konstantinos Megaritis
MF Greece GRE Achilleas Nasiakopoulos
MF Greece GRE Athanasios Androutsos
MF Greece GRE Dimitrios Tzoumakis
MF Greece GRE Dimosthenis Chatzaras
FW Greece GRE Kostas Garefalakis
FW Greece GRE Ilias Ignatidis
FW Greece GRE Kyriakos Amarantidis
FW Greece GRE Giannis Angelopoulos
FW Greece GRE Konstantinos Glegles
FW Greece GRE Neilos Psychogios
FW Albania ALB Romario Hajrulla
FW Greece GRE Giorgios Manthatis
FW Greece GRE Giorgios Kanavetas


Loans ending from 2013–14 season[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
FW Paraguay PAR Hernán Pérez (to Spain Villarreal)
FW Paraguay PAR Nelson Valdez (to Germany Eintracht Frankfurt)
FW Costa Rica CRC Joel Campbell (to England Arsenal)
DF Spain ESP Iván Marcano (to Portugal Porto)

Out on loan[edit]

As of 2 September 2014[2]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
DF Greece GRE Vasilios Karagounis (to Italy Reggina)
DF Greece GRE Konstantinos Rougalas (to Spain Atlético Madrid B)
DF Greece GRE Manolis Tzanakakis (to Greece Ergotelis)
DF Greece GRE Charalambos Lykogiannis (to Greece Ergotelis)
No. Pos. Nation Player
MF Greece GRE Dimitris Kolovos (to Greece Panionios)
MF Greece GRE Panagiotis Vlachodimos (to Greece Ergotelis)
MF Greece GRE Konstantinos Plegas (to Greece Panachaiki)
FW Greece GRE Nikolaos Ioannidis (to Netherlands Zwolle)
FW Greece GRE Anastasios Karamanos (to Greece Atromitos)
FW Belgium BEL David Henen (to England Everton B)

Friendlies[edit]

  Win   Draw   Loss   Upcoming fixture

Pre-season Part 1[edit]

12 July 2014 Friendly Olympiacos Greece 0 – 2 Krasnodar Russia Schwaz, Austria
18:00 (UTG+3) Report[permanent dead link]
17 July 2014 Friendly Dynamo Kyiv Ukraine 1 – 1 Olympiacos Greece Schwaz, Austria
20:00 (UTG+3) Report

International Champions Cup[edit]

24 July 2014 Friendly Olympiacos Greece 3 – 0 Italy Milan BMO Field, Toronto, Canada
20:00 (EST) Domínguez Goal 16'
Diamantakos Goal 49'
Bouchalakis Goal 78'
Report

Pre-season Part 2[edit]

Competitions[edit]

  Win   Draw   Loss   Upcoming fixture

Super League Greece[edit]

League table[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Olympiacos (C) 34 24 6 4 79 23 +56 78 Qualification to UEFA Champions League group stage
2 Panathinaikos[a] 34 21 6 7 59 31 +28 66 Qualification to Superleague Greece play-offs
3 PAOK 34 20 5 9 57 42 +15 65
4 Asteras Tripoli 34 17 8 9 52 37 +15 59
5 Atromitos 34 14 12 8 43 27 +16 54
Source: Superleague Greece
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) head-to-head points; 3) head-to-head goal difference; 4) number of goals scored; 5) If after applying the criteria teams in question are still tied, they are placed in alphabetical order.[5][6] In any other case, the final standings of tied teams are determined with a public draw.[7]
(C) Champion.
Notes:
  1. ^ Panathinaikos were deducted 3 points due to extreme fan behavior.[4]

Results summary[edit]

Overall Home Away
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts W D L GF GA GD W D L GF GA GD
34 24 6 4 79 23  +56 78 15 1 1 45 8  +37 9 5 3 34 15  +19

Last updated: 10 May 2015.
Source: Superleague Greece

Positions by round[edit]

Round12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031323334
GroundHAHHAAHAHAHHAHAHAAHAAHAHAHHHHAHAH
ResultWDWWLWWDWWLDWWWWWWWWWWDWLWWWWLWDWD
Position254153[a]22222[b]2222221111111111[c]1111111
  1. ^ The sixth round was played between the twelfth and the thirteenth rounds.
  2. ^ The eleventh round was played between the seventeenth and the eighteenth rounds.
  3. ^ The 27th round is to be played on 15 of April, between the 30th and the 31st rounds.
Source: Superleague Greece
A = Away; H = Home; W = Win; D = Draw; L = Loss

Matches[edit]

23 August 2014 1 Olympiacos 3 – 1 Niki Volou Piraeus
21.30 Kasami Goal 11'
Diamantakos Goal 28'
Affelay Goal 32'
report Shkurti Goal 55' Stadium: Karaiskakis Stadium
Attendance: 16,347
Referee: Georgios Daskalopoulos
30 August 2014 2 Panetolikos 1 – 1 Olympiacos Agrinio
21.30 Kousas Goal 79' Report Kasami Goal 47' Stadium: Panetolikos Stadium
Attendance: 4,490
Referee: Andreas Pappas
13 September 2014 3 Olympiacos 3 – 0 OFI Piraeus
20.30 Adeleye Goal 47' (o.g.)
Durmaz Goal 44'
Domínguez Goal 54'
Report Stadium: Karaiskakis Stadium
Attendance: 17,510
Referee: A. Sidiropoulos
Man of the Match: Masuaku
20 September 2014 4 Olympiacos 3 – 0 Veria Piraeus
20.30 Mitroglou Goal 33' (pen.)
Benítez Goal 88'
Kasami Goal 90+2'
Report Stadium: Karaiskakis Stadium
Attendance: 17,594
Referee: Charalampos Kalogeropoulos
27 September 2014 5 Atromitos 1 – 0 Olympiacos Athens
20.30 Karamanos Goal 29' Report Stadium: Peristeri Stadium
Attendance: 3,682
Referee: Stavros Tritsonis
18 October 2014 7 Ergotelis 2 – 3 Olympiacos Heraklion
20.30 Yousouf Goal 43'
Handi Goal 63'
Report Mitroglou Goal 44'90'
Domínguez Goal 68' (pen.)
Stadium: Pankritio Stadio
Attendance: 6,143
Referee: Aristomenis Koutsiaftis
26 October 2014 8 Olympiacos 1 – 0 Panathinaikos Piraeus
19.30 Avlonitis Goal 59' Report Stadium: Karaiskakis Stadium
Attendance: 31,458
Referee: Charalampos Kalogeropoulos
1 November 2014 9 Asteras Tripolis 0 – 0 Olympiacos Tripoli
19.30 Report Stadium: Stadio Theodoros Kolokotronis
Attendance: 3,857
Referee: Ilias Spathas
9 November 2014 10 Olympiacos 5 – 1 Panthrakikos Piraeus
15.00 Domínguez Goal 36' (pen.)
Papageorgiou Goal 39' (o.g.)
Avlonitis Goal 67'
Diamantakos Goal 84'
Mitroglou Goal 90'
Report Cases Goal 79' (pen.) Stadium: Karaiskakis Stadium
Attendance: 16,325
Referee: Marios Lampropoulos
30 November 2014 12 Kerkyra 0 – 4 Olympiacos Kerkyra
15:00 Report Fuster Goal 20'
Domínguez Goal 50' (pen.)85'
Elabdellaoui Goal 58'
Stadium: Kerkyra Stadium
Attendance: 1,492
Referee: Alexandros Dimitropoulos
3 December 2014 61 Olympiacos 1 – 2 PAOK Piraeus
19.30 Fuster Goal 45+1' Report Athanasiadis Goal 43'
Pereyra Goal 49'
Stadium: Karaiskakis Stadium
Attendance: 28,525
Referee: Alexandros Aretopoulos
6 December 2014 13 Olympiacos 2 – 2 PAS Giannina Piraeus
19.30 Fortounis Goal 50' (pen.)
Kasami Goal 75'
Report Michail Goal 22'
Giakos Goal 88'
Stadium: Karaiskakis Stadium
Attendance: 15,044
Referee: Stavros Mantalos
13 December 2014 14 Levadiakos 1 – 2 Olympiacos Livadeia
19.30 Tomas Goal 2' Report Affelay Goal 73'
Mitroglou Goal 90+1'
Stadium: Levadia Municipal Stadium
Attendance: 2,647
Referee: Ioannis Topouzis
17 December 2014 15 Olympiacos 2 – 0 Panionios Piraeus
19.30 Mitroglou Goal 36'90+1' Report Stadium: Karaiskakis Stadium
Attendance: 9,428
Referee: Georgios Liaxoudis
20 December 2014 16 Kalloni 0 – 5 Olympiacos Mytilene, Lesbos
19.30 Report Maniatis Goal 11'
Domínguez Goal 63' (pen.)
Benítez Goal 65'73'
Bouchalakis Goal 78'
Stadium: Mytilene Municipal Stadium
Attendance: 2,357
Referee: Xristos Mitsios
4 January 2015 17 Olympiacos 2 – 1 Platanias Piraeus
15.00 N'Dinga Goal 17'
Mitroglou Goal 73'
Report Aguilera Goal 50' Stadium: Karaiskakis Stadium
Attendance: 14,895
Referee: Georgios Kizas
11 January 2015 112 Skoda Xanthi 1 – 3 Olympiacos Xanthi
19.30 Lucero Goal 82' Report Mitroglou Goal 19'53'
Dossevi Goal 30'
Stadium: Skoda Xanthi Arena
Attendance: 3,492
Referee: Michail Voskakis
15 January 2015 18 Niki Volou 0 – 3 Olympiacos Volos
19.30 without game Stadium: Panthessaliko Stadium
18 January 2015 19 Olympiacos 2 – 0 Panetolikos Piraeus
19.30 Dossevi Goal 69'
Maniatis Goal 93'
Report Stadium: Karaiskakis Stadium
Attendance: 18,482
Referee: Alexandros Dimitropoulos
24 January 2015 20 OFI 0 – 3 Olympiacos Heraklion
19.30 Report Domínguez Goal 30' (pen.)
Fortounis Goal 74'
Mitroglou Goal 88'
Stadium: Theodoros Vardinogiannis Stadium
Attendance: 3,883
Referee: Stavros Tritsonis
1 February 2015 21 Veria 0 – 2 Olympiacos Veria
19.30 Report Mitroglou Goal 71'
Dossevi Goal 87'
Stadium: Veria Stadium
Attendance: 3,491
Referee: Kostantinos Ioannidis
4 February 2015 22 Olympiacos 2 – 1 Atromitos Piraeus
19.30 Affelay Goal 30'
Mitroglou Goal 73'
Report Marcelinho Goal 82' Stadium: Karaiskakis Stadium
Attendance: 17,824
Referee: Xristos Mitsios
8 February 2015 23 PAOK 0 – 0 Olympiacos Thessaloniki
19.30 Report Stadium: Toumba Stadium
Attendance: 24,411
Referee: Athanasios Giaxos
14 February 2015 24 Olympiacos 3 – 0 Ergotelis Piraeus
19.30 Durmaz Goal 71'
Fortounis Goal 73'90+3'
Report Stadium: Karaiskakis Stadium
Attendance: 12,812
Referee: Anastasios Papapetrou
22 February 2015 25 Panathinaikos 2 – 1 Olympiacos Athens
19.30 Masuaku Goal 49' (o.g.)
Petrić Goal 78'
Report Domínguez Goal 90+6' Stadium: Apostolos Nikolaidis Stadium
Attendance: 15,383
Referee: Anastsios Sidiropoulos
19 March 2015 26 Olympiacos 2 – 0 Asteras Tripolis Piraeus
16.45 Domínguez Goal 13'
Fortounis Goal 83'
Report Stadium: Karaiskakis Stadium
Attendance: 12,856
Referee: Michail Voskakis
15 April 2015 27 Panthrakikos 1 – 3 Olympiacos Komotini
19.00 Baykara Goal 13' Benitez Goal 9'
Jara Goal 10'
Milivojević Goal 41'
Stadium: Komotini Municipal Stadium
Attendance: 0
Referee: Charalampos Kalogeropoulos
15 March 2015 28 Olympiacos 2 – 0 Skoda Xanthi Piraeus
15.00 Domínguez Goal 57'
Affelay Goal 69'
Report Stadium: Karaiskakis Stadium
Attendance: 0
Referee: Alexandros Dimitropoulos
22 March 2015 29 Olympiacos 3 – 0 Kerkyra Piraeus
17.15 Domínguez Goal 8'
Botía Goal 26'
Jara Goal 48'
Report Stadium: Karaiskakis Stadium
Attendance: 14,104
Referee: Michail Koukoulakis
5 April 2015 30 PAS Giannina 3 – 1 Olympiacos Ioannina
19.30 Ilić Goal 32'
Manias Goal 42'
Acosta Goal 74'
Report Milivojević Goal 68' Stadium: Zosimades Stadium
Attendance: 1,513
Referee: Alexandros Aretopulos
19 April 2015 31 Olympiacos 4 – 0 Levadiakos Piraeus
19.30 Domínguez Goal 44'60'
Benítez Goal 55'
Fortounis Goal 90+1'
Stadium: Karaiskakis Stadium
Attendance: 18,211
Referee: Marios Labropoulos
26 April 2015 32 Panionios 2 – 2 Olympiacos Nea Smyrni
19.30 Kolovos Goal 25'
Boumale Goal 56'
Report Mitroglou Goal 66'
Domínguez Goal 68'
Stadium: Nea Smyrni Stadium
Attendance: 1,488
Referee: Stavros Mantalos
3 May 2015 33 Olympiacos 5 – 0 Kalloni Piraeus
19.00 Benítez Goal 13'
Fortounis Goal 38'
Domínguez Goal 57'
Mitroglou Goal 80'85'
Stadium: Karaiskakis Stadium
Attendance: 31,343
Referee: Georgios Kizas
10 May 2015 34 Platanias 1 – 1 Olympiacos Chania
19.00 Avlonitis Goal 17' (o.g.) Jara Goal 87' Stadium: Perivolia Municipal Stadium
Attendance: 1,896
Referee: Georgios Kominis

1.^ Matchday 6 vs. PAOK, originally meant to be held on 4 October 2014, was postponed until 4 December 2014 via a direct decision of the Deputy Minister of Culture and Sport, Giannis Andrianos in response to the murder of Ethnikos Piraeus fan Kostas Katsoulis in the municipal Nea Alikarnassos Stadium during the Football League 2 match vs. Irodotos.[8]
2.^ Matchday 11 vs. Skoda Xanthi, originally meant to be held November 23, 2014, was postponed until January 11, 2015 after the Hellenic Football Federation decided not to appoint referees for all domestic league and cup matches in response to a violent attack versus its member Christoforos Zografos.[9]

Greek Football Cup[edit]

Second round – Group A[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Olympiacos 3 2 1 0 4 1 +3 7
Panionios 3 1 2 0 5 1 +4 5
Panachaiki 3 1 0 2 2 5 −3 3
Fostiras 3 0 1 2 0 4 −4 1
23 September 2014 Panachaiki 0 – 1 Olympiacos Patra
19:00 Report Kargas Goal 74' (o.g.) Stadium: Pampeloponnisiako Stadium
29 October 2014 Olympiacos 1 – 1 Panionios Piraeus
19:30 Fortounis Goal 13' Mitropoulos Goal 24' Stadium: Karaiskakis Stadium
7 January 2015 Fostiras 0 – 2 Olympiacos Tavros
19:30 Fortounis Goal 15'
Diamantakos Goal 82'
Stadium: Spyros Gialampidis stadium

Third round[edit]

21 January 2015 Tyrnavos 0 – 3 Olympiacos Larissa
17.15 Benítez Goal 3'26'
Milivojević Goal 84'
Stadium: Alcazar Stadium
28 January 2015 Olympiacos 8 – 0
(11 – 0 agg.)
Tyrnavos Piraeus
19.30 Milivojević Goal 9'25'
Diamantakos Goal 11'
Bouchalakis Goal 17'
Durmaz Goal 55'57'82'
Fuster Goal 85' (pen.)
Stadium: Karaiskakis Stadium

Quarter-finals[edit]

11 February 2015 Olympiacos 1 – 1 AEK Athens Piraeus
19.30 Milivojević Goal 48' Aravidis Goal 14' Stadium: Karaiskakis Stadium
Referee: Marios Labropoulos
11 March 2015 AEK Athens 0 – 1
(1 – 2 agg.)
Olympiacos Athens
19:00 Jara Goal 89' Stadium: Athens Olympic Stadium
Referee: Charalambos Kalogeropoulos

Semi-finals[edit]

29 April 2015 Olympiacos 1 – 1
(4 – 1 agg.)
Apollon Smyrni Piraeus
18:30 Benítez Goal 84' Angulo Goal 43' Stadium: Karaiskakis Stadium

Final[edit]

23 May 2015 Olympiacos 3 – 1 Skoda Xanthi Athens
20:30 Jara Goal 45+1'
Domínguez Goal 63'
Fortounis Goal 80'
Kapetanos Goal 87' Stadium: Athens Olympic Stadium
Attendance: 26.300
Referee: Michail Koukoulakis

UEFA Champions League[edit]

Group stage[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification ATL JUV OLY MAL
1 Spain Atlético Madrid 6 4 1 1 14 3 +11 13 Advance to knockout phase 1–0 4–0 5–0
2 Italy Juventus 6 3 1 2 7 4 +3 10 0–0 3–2 2–0
3 Greece Olympiacos 6 3 0 3 10 13 −3 9 Transfer to Europa League 3–2 1–0 4–2
4 Sweden Malmö 6 1 0 5 4 15 −11 3 0–2 0–2 2–0
Source: UEFA
Rules for classification: Group stage tiebreakers
16 September 2014 1 Olympiacos Greece 3–2 Spain Atlético Madrid Piraeus, Greece
20:45 CEST (UTC+02:00) Masuaku Goal 13'
Afellay Goal 31'
Mitroglou Goal 73'
Report Mandžukić Goal 38'
Griezmann Goal 86'
Stadium: Karaiskakis Stadium
Attendance: 31,946
Referee: Pedro Proença (Portugal)
1 October 2014 2 Malmö FF Sweden 2–0 Greece Olympiacos Malmö, Sweden
20:45 CEST (UTC+02:00) Rosenberg Goal 42'82' Report Stadium: Swedbank Stadion
Attendance: 20,500[10]
Referee: Sergei Karasev (Russia)
22 October 2014 3 Olympiacos Greece 1–0 Italy Juventus Piraeus, Greece
20:45 CEST (UTC+02:00) Kasami Goal 36' Report Stadium: Karaiskakis Stadium
Attendance: 31,411[11]
Referee: Milorad Mažić (Serbia)
4 November 2014 4 Juventus Italy 3–2 Greece Olympiacos Turin, Italy
20:45 CET (UTC+01:00) Pirlo Goal 21'
Roberto Goal 65' (o.g.)
Pogba Goal 66'
Report Botía Goal 24'
N'Dinga Goal 61'
Stadium: Juventus Stadium
Attendance: 39,091[12]
Referee: Martin Atkinson (England)
26 November 2014 5 Atlético Madrid Spain 4–0 Greece Olympiacos Madrid, Spain
20:45 CET (UTC+01:00) García Goal 9'
Mandžukić Goal 38'62'65'
Report Stadium: Vicente Calderón
Attendance: 40,121[13]
Referee: Wolfgang Stark (Germany)
9 December 2014 6 Olympiacos Greece 4–2 Sweden Malmö FF Piraeus, Greece
20:45 CET (UTC+01:00) Fuster Goal 22'
Domínguez Goal 63'
Mitroglou Goal 87'
Afellay Goal 90'
Report Kroon Goal 59'
Rosenberg Goal 81'
Stadium: Karaiskakis Stadium
Attendance: 27,562[14]
Referee: Stéphane Lannoy (France)

UEFA Europa League[edit]

Olympiacos qualified to UEFA Europa League knock-out stage as the 3rd team of Champions League Group A.

Round of 32[edit]

19 February 2015 Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk Ukraine 2 – 0 Greece Olympiacos Kiev, Ukraine[A]
19:00 Kankava Goal 50'
Rotan Goal 54'
Report Stadium: Olympic Stadium
Attendance: 5,837[15]
Referee: Robert Schörgenhofer (Austria)
26 February 2015 Olympiacos Greece 2 – 2
(2 – 4 agg.)
Ukraine Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk Piraeus, Greece
21:05 Mitroglou Goal 14'
Domínguez Goal 89' (pen.)
Report Fedetskyi Goal 22'
Kalinić Goal 90+2'
Stadium: Karaiskakis Stadium
Attendance: 24,854
Referee: Danny Makkelie (Netherlands)

Statistics[edit]

Goal scorers[edit]

No. Pos. Nation Name Super League Greece UEFA Champions League Greek Cup Total
7 FW Greece Konstantinos Mitroglou 17 3 0 19
11 MF Switzerland Pajtim Kasami 3 1 0 4
10 MF Argentina Alejandro Dominguez 4 2 0 6
6 FW Netherlands Ibrahim Affelay 2 2 0 4
17 FW Greece Dimitris Diamantakos 2 0 0 2
24 DF Greece Tasos Avlonitis 2 0 0 2
8 MF Sweden Jimmy Durmaz 2 0 3 5
27 FW Paraguay Jorge Benítez 5 0 3 8
26 DF France Arthur Masuaku 0 1 0 1
25 MF Greece Kostas Fortounis 6 0 2 8
3 DF Spain Alberto Botía 0 1 0 1
8 MF Republic of the Congo Delvin N'Dinga 0 1 0 1
- - - Opponent's own Goals 2 0 1 3
TOTAL 44 11 9 64

Last updated: 3 May 2014

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