Derby of the eternal enemies


Derby of the eternal enemies
Derby of the eternal enemies
Ντέρμπι των αιωνίων αντιπάλων
Mother of all battles
Μητέρα των μαχών
Gate7 against panathinaikos.jpg
Olympiacos' fans during a game between the eternal enemies at the Karaiskakis Stadium.
City or region Athens / Piraeus, Greece
Teams involved Olympiacos,
Panathinaikos
Most wins Olympiacos (57)
Most recent meeting Olympiacos 1–1 Panathinaikos,
19 November 2011
Next meeting TBA
Largest victory Panathinaikos 8–2 Olympiacos,
1 June 1930

The Derby of the eternal enemies (Greek: Ντέρμπι των αιωνίων αντιπάλων), also called Mother of all battles (Greek: Μητέρα των μαχών), is a sport local derby in Athens between the most successful clubs of Greece, Olympiacos and Panathinaikos. The rivalry between the clubs and their fans is extremely intense, thus this derby has always been a classic for the Greek capital, as well as the whole of Greece, the most prestigious in the country and one of the most well-known rivalries around the world.[1]

Contents

History

Culture rivalry

The rivalry between the two top Greek clubs can be traced back to some social, cultural and regional differences. Panathinaikos, founded in 1908, comes from the center of Athens and was considered the classic representative of the old high class society of the Greek capital. On the other hand, Olympiacos was founded in 1925 and comes from Piraeus, the Athens' port, thus attracting supporters from the surrounding working class area. Both cities have played a major role in Greek history since classical antiquity; Athens was regarded as the cradle of the ancient Greek civilization, taking advantage of Piraeus' strategical potential and forming a unified region with the latter. During the 20th century, Athens experienced a demographic explosion and territorial expansion coming to enclose all its suburbs, including Piraeus, in a large urban area.

These class differences between the people in the homelands of the two clubs offered further reasons for the animosity between their fans. Olympiacos' early success provided a way for the people of Piraeus to express their contempt for the wealthier classes, by which Panathinaikos was heavily supported. Furthermore, Olympiacos attracted fans from all over Greece who believed themselves to be victims of social and political unfairness. However, this kind of clash was much more pronounced in the past, as the class differences between the fanbases have faded out and the social gap that once separated the two sides has closed over the years. Nowadays, both clubs boast fanbases that represent all the social classes.

Fan's rivalry

Olympiacos and Panathinaikos are the most popular Greek clubs, both sides have large fanbases that follow them in domestic and international matches. Football hooliganism is a very common phenomenon between their fans in recent years, featuring anything from breaking seats, fighting, fireworks and street rioting.[2] The hatred is so intense that many violent incidents have taken place in several regions of Athens, especially before or after a derby. On March 29, 2007, Mihalis Filopoulos, a 22 year old Panathinaikos fan, was stabbed to death at Paiania, a town close to Athens where a women's volleyball game between Olympiacos and Panathinaikos was scheduled to take place that day, during a pre-arranged clash between hooligans of the two clubs. That incident caused major upset in Greece and sparked a large police investigation into the organized supporters scene, while all team sport events in Greece were suspended for two weeks.[3][4]

Football rivalry

Both clubs compete each other for the title of the most successful football club in the country, as well as the greatest Greek sports club overall. Their football departments have always been the most attractive among their fans and they have a long-standing antagonism since they first met in the fields, but the rivalry also extends into other team sports such as basketball, volleyball and water polo. Olympiacos is the most successful football club in Greece,in terms of domestic titles having won a record 64 major official titles compared to Panathinaikos' 40 titles and also being the most successful in their head-to-head fixtures. However, Panathinaikos boast of their better performance in European competitions, with their greatest success being the participation in the 1971 European Cup Final, the only Greek side to have made it so far, a couple of semifinal appearances in the UEFA Champions League (1985,1996) and a couple of quarterfinal appearances in the UEFA Champions League too (1992,2002) while Olympiacos best performance is their campaign to the quarterfinals of the tournament in 1999.

Major honours won
Competition Olympiacos Panathinaikos
Greek League 38 20
Greek Cup 24 17
Greek Super Cup 4 3
Total 66 40

Statistics

Head-to-head

Olympiacos
wins
Draws Panathinaikos
wins
Alpha Ethniki / Super League Greece (1959–60 – present)
At Olympiacos home 23 19 11
At Panathinaikos home 14 23 15
Neutral field 1 0 0
Total 38 42 26
Greek Cup
At Olympiacos home 11 3 2
At Panathinaikos home 7 5 5
Neutral / Common field 1 2 2
Total 19 10 9
Greek League Cup
At Olympiacos home 0 1 0
At Panathinaikos home 0 1 0
Total 0 2 0
Total
57 54 35

Records

  • Longest sequence of Alpha Ethniki wins
    • Olympiacos: 5, 8 December 1996 – 8 May 1999
      • Home: 4, 5 February 1966 – 11 May 1970
      • Away: 3, 6 April 1997 – 21 November 1999
    • Panathinaikos: 3, 11 April 1977 – 31 December 1978
      • Home: 2, 11 April 1977 – 12 February 1978
      • Away: 2, 11 May 1970 – 20 February 1972
  • Longest sequence of Cup wins
    • Olympiacos: 3, 14 July 1965 – 9 July 1969 and 3 May 1953 – 7 August 1960
      • Home: 6, 26 March 1939 – 9 July 1969
      • Away: 2, 26 June 1966 – 21 July 1968 and 22 February 1995–present
    • Panathinaikos: 3, 8 June 1977 – 13 April 1983 and 6 February 1985 – 8 May 1988
      • Home: 4, 8 June 1977 – 4 April 1990
      • Away: 1
  • Longest sequence of unbeaten Alpha Ethniki matches
    • Olympiacos: 11, 11 May 1980 – 7 November 1985
      • Home: 10, 8 December 1996 – 4 March 2007
      • Away: 8, 2 November 1980 – 6 November 1988
    • Panathinaikos: 7, 8 November 1987 – 10 March 1991
      • Home: 7, 14 February 1960 – 6 November 1966
      • Away: 5, 8 November 1987 – 13 December 1992
  • Longest sequence of unbeaten Cup matches
    • Olympiacos: 18, 13 November 1932 – 8 June 1977
      • Home: 10, 14 July 1965 – 20 February 1985
      • Away: 8, 13 November 1932 – 8 June 1977
    • Panathinaikos: 4, 6 February 1985 – 22 March 1990
      • home: 7, 8 June 1977 – 22 February 1995
      • away: 3, 11 March 1992 – 16 January 2008
  • Attendance records (in Athens Olympic Stadium)
    • 74,452 Olympiacos – Panathinaikos 0–0, 18 November 1984
    • 74,252 Olympiacos – Panathinaikos 2–1, 16 February 1987
    • 74,146 Panathinaikos – Olympiacos 1–1, 31 March 1985
    • 73,700 Panathinaikos – Olympiacos 1–2, 16 March 1986
    • 73,525 Panathinaikos – Olympiacos 1–1, 20 September 1986

Matches list

Super League Greece

Olympiacos – Panathinaikos Panathinaikos – Olympiacos
Season
R.
Date
Venue
Atten.
Score
R.
Date
Venue
Atten.
Score
1959–60 30 24–07–1960 Karaiskakis Stadium 11,141 1–4 15 14–02–1960 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium 22,195 0–0
1960–61 15 29–01–1961 Karaiskakis Stadium N/A 1–0 30 25–06–1961 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium 23,083 1–0
1961–62 15 28–01–1962 Karaiskakis Stadium 21,915 1–2 30 17–06–1962 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium 25,865 1–1
1962–63 7 11–11–1962 Karaiskakis Stadium 22,839 3–2 22 17–03–1963 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium N/A 2–0
1963–64 30 24–05–1964 Karaiskakis Stadium 34,624 0–1 15 29–12–1963 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium N/A 1–1
1964–65 28 13–06–1965 Karaiskakis Stadium 42,151 1–1 13 10–01–1965 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium 24,888 1–1
1965–66 11 05–02–1966 Karaiskakis Stadium N/A 1–0 26 21–05–1966 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium N/A 1–1
1966–67 20 26–02–1967 Karaiskakis Stadium N/A 4–0 3 06–11–1966 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium 24,833 0–1
1967–68 22 03–03–1968 Karaiskakis Stadium 36,964 1–0 5 22–11–1967 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium N/A 1–0
1968–69 34 15–06–1969 Karaiskakis Stadium N/A 2–1 17 26–01–1969 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium 22,820 0–0
1969–70 30 11–05–1970 Karaiskakis Stadium 39,400 0–1 13 28–12–1969 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium 22,905 0–0
1970–71 8 08–11–1970 Karaiskakis Stadium 37,200 0–1 25 28–03–1971 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium N/A 2–2
1971–72 21 20–02–1972 Karaiskakis Stadium 38,489 0–0 4 10–10–1971 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium 25,186 3–2
1972–73 22 11–03–1973 Karaiskakis Stadium 41,045 2–01 5 06–12–1972 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium 24,450 0–1
1973–74 23 17–03–1974 Karaiskakis Stadium 41,460 1–1 6 29–10–1973 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium 24,893 1–1
1974–75 7 24–11–1974 Karaiskakis Stadium 39,166 2–1 24 29–03–1975 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium N/A 1–1
1975–76 8 07–12–1975 Karaiskakis Stadium 39,066 4–2 23 04–04–1976 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium N/A 0–0
1976–77 10 12–12–1976 Karaiskakis Stadium 39,080 1–1 27 11–04–1977 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium 22,910 2–0
1977–78 4 09–10–1977 Karaiskakis Stadium 39,232 1–2 21 12–02–1978 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium 23,150 1–0
1978–79 30 06–05–1979 Karaiskakis Stadium 35,576 1–0 13 31–12–1978 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium 23,150 2–3
1979–80 33 11–05–1980 Karaiskakis Stadium 35,450 1–0 16 13–01–1980 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium 23,097 2–0
1980–81 25 29–03–1981 Karaiskakis Stadium 29,550 0–0 8 02–11–1980 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium 23,200 0–1
1981–82 1 06–09–1981 K. Davourlis Stadium 21,350 1–1 18 31–01–1982 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium 24,000 1–1
1982–83 12 03–01–1983 Karaiskakis Stadium 35,313 2–1 29 22–05–1983 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium 24,000 0–1
1983–84 30 06–05–1984 Karaiskakis Stadium 34,023 2–1 15 08–01–1984 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium 24,400 0–0
1984–85 7 18–11–1984 Athens Olympic Stadium 74,452 0–0 22 31–03–1985 Athens Olympic Stadium 74,146 1–1
1985–86 9 09–11–1985 Athens Olympic Stadium 68,448 1–2 24 16–03–1986 Athens Olympic Stadium 73,700 1–2
1986–87 18 15–02–1987 Athens Olympic Stadium 74,252 2–1 3 21–09–1986 Athens Olympic Stadium 73,525 1–1
1987–88 7 08–11–1987 Athens Olympic Stadium 59,768 1–4 22 06–03–1988 Athens Olympic Stadium 38,539 1–1
1988–89 22 05–03–1989 Athens Olympic Stadium 61,522 1–1 7 06–11–1988 Athens Olympic Stadium 52,679 2–1
1989–90 22 25–02–1990 Karaiskakis Stadium 27,172 3–4 5 14–10–1989 Athens Olympic Stadium 49,847 2–2
1990–91 5 19–10–1990 Karaiskakis Stadium 24,641 0–0 22 10–03–1991 Athens Olympic Stadium 46,285 0–1
1991–92 34 07–06–1992 Karaiskakis Stadium 18,029 1–1 17 26–01–1992 Athens Olympic Stadium 42,707 3–0
1992–93 13 13–12–1992 Karaiskakis Stadium 27,255 1–0 30 02–05–1993 Athens Olympic Stadium 36,702 2–3
1993–94 1 22–08–1993 Karaiskakis Stadium 20,947 0–0 18 05–01–1994 Athens Olympic Stadium 35,841 1–2
1994–95 13 28–12–1994 Karaiskakis Stadium 19,500 1–1 30 10–05–1995 Athens Olympic Stadium 9,800 1–1
1995–96 12 02–12–1995 Karaiskakis Stadium 21,277 1–2 29 28–04–1996 Athens Olympic Stadium 35,314 1–0
1996–97 11 08–12–1996 Karaiskakis Stadium 27,755 1–0 28 06–04–1997 Athens Olympic Stadium 41,951 0–2
1997–98 13 01–12–1997 Athens Olympic Stadium 35,469 3–1 30 04–04–1998 Athens Olympic Stadium 39,811 0–2
1998–99 29 09–05–1999 Athens Olympic Stadium 16,111 0–0 12 05–12–1998 Athens Olympic Stadium 28,683 2–4
1999–00 25 26–03–2000 Athens Olympic Stadium 50,166 2–2 8 21–11–1999 Athens Olympic Stadium 30,770 2–0
2000–01 21 04–03–2001 Athens Olympic Stadium 29,048 1–0 6 12–11–2000 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium 14,669 0–0
2001–02 8 01–12–2001 Athens Olympic Stadium 40,982 2–2 21 24–03–2002 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium 14,557 1–1
2002–03 29 11–05–2003 G. Kamaras Stadium 10,825 3–0 14 12–01–2003 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium 13,171 3–2
2003–04 11 22–11–2003 G. Kamaras Stadium 9,639 1–1 26 18–04–2004 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium 11,699 2–2
2004–05 10 04–12–2004 Karaiskakis Stadium 30,856 1–0 25 10–04–2005 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium 14,860 1–0
2005–06 16 15–01–2006 Karaiskakis Stadium 31,480 3–2 1 28–08–2005 Athens Olympic Stadium 59,096 0–2
2006–07 24 04–03–2007 Karaiskakis Stadium 30,598 0–1 9 05–11–2006 Athens Olympic Stadium 40,091 1–0
2007–08 16 13–01–2008 Karaiskakis Stadium 31,310 1–1 1 02–09–2007 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium 13,430 0–0
2008–09 24 01–03–2009 Karaiskakis Stadium 28,775 0–0 9 09–11–2008 Athens Olympic Stadium 60,401 0–0
2009–10 12 29–11–2009 Karaiskakis Stadium 31,059 2–0 27 21–03–2010 Athens Olympic Stadium 61,135 0–1
2010–11 23 19–02–2011 Karaiskakis Stadium 30,845 2–1 8 30–10–2010 Athens Olympic Stadium 52,300 2–1
2011–12 10 19–11–2011 Karaiskakis Stadium 31,553 1–1 25 TBA Athens Olympic Stadium ?–?

1 Match suspended at 82' minute (score: 3–2). Olympiacos were awarded a 2–0 win.

1st place play-off match (tie)

Season
Date
Venue
Atten.
Score
1981–82 29–06–1982 Volos Municipal Stadium 5,819 2–1

Greek Cup

Season
Round
Leg
Date
Venue
Referee
Atten.
Match
Score
Winner
1932–33 Quarter Final 13–11–1932 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium N/A N/A PAO – OSFP 1–6 OSFP
1938–39 Quarter Final 26–03–1939 Karaiskakis Stadium Greece Iliadis N/A OSFP – PAO 2–0 (aet) OSFP
1946–47 Round of 16 09–03–1947 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium Greece Iliadis 12,341 PAO – OSFP 0–0 (aet) OSFP
Replay 30–04–1947 Karaiskakis Stadium OSFP – PAO 2–0 (w/o) 1
1952–53 Semifinal 03–05–1953 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium Greece Gikopoulos N/A PAO – OSFP 1–2 OSFP
1956–57 Semifinal 04–09–1957 Karaiskakis Stadium Netherlands Horn N/A OSFP – PAO 1–0 OSFP
1957–58 Semifinal 20–07–1958 Karaiskakis Stadium Portugal Gouveia N/A OSFP – PAO 3–0 OSFP
1959–60 Final 07–08–1960 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium Spain Pérez N/A PAO – OSFP 1–1 (aet) OSFP
Replay 11–09–1960 Karaiskakis Stadium Spain Pérez N/A OSFP – PAO 3–0
1961–62 Final 27–06–1962 Nikos Goumas Stadium Switzerland Mellet 28,155 OSFP – PAO 0–0 (aet; aband.)
1962–63 Quarter Final 16–06–1963 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium Germany Kreitlein N/A PAO – OSFP 3–5 OSFP
1963–64 Semifinal 17–06–1964 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium Netherlands Mattens N/A PAO – OSFP 1–1 (aet; aband.)
1964–65 Final 14–07–1965 Karaiskakis Stadium Italy Pieroni N/A OSFP – PAO 1–0 OSFP
1965–66 Quarter Final 26–06–1966 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium England Dagnall N/A PAO – OSFP 1–2 OSFP
1967–68 Final 21–07–1968 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium Romania Bendu 22,318 PAO – OSFP 0–1 OSFP
1968–69 Final 09–07–1969 Karaiskakis Stadium Greece Michas N/A OSFP – PAO 1–1 (aet; draw) PAO
1973–74 Semifinal 08–05–1974 Karaiskakis Stadium France Delaunay N/A OSFP – PAO 1–0 OSFP
1974–75 Final 18–06–1975 Karaiskakis Stadium Italy Menegali 34,430 OSFP – PAO 1–0 OSFP
1976–77 Semifinal 08–06–1977 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium Greece Koliropoulos N/A PAO – OSFP 2–1 (aet) PAO
1981–82 Round of 32 13–01–1982 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium Greece Dedes 24,000 PAO – OSFP 3–2 (aet) PAO
1982–83 Round of 16 1st Leg 09–03–1983 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium Greece Pounartzis 24,000 PAO – OSFP 1–0 OSFP
2nd Leg 13–04–1983 Karaiskakis Stadium Greece Kanaris 35,326 OSFP – PAO 4–0 (aet)
1984–85 Round of 16 1st Leg 06–02–1985 Athens Olympic Stadium Greece Landrakis 72,033 OSFP – PAO 0–1 PAO
2nd Leg 20–02–1985 Athens Olympic Stadium Greece Vassaras 72,445 PAO – OSFP 2–1
1985–86 Final 28–05–1986 Athens Olympic Stadium Greece Dimitriadis 72,948 PAO – OSFP 4–0 PAO
1987–88 Final 08–05–1988 Athens Olympic Stadium Greece Voutsaras 73,375 PAO – OSFP 2–2 (aet; 4–3 pso) PAO
1989–90 Semifinal 1st Leg 21–03–1990 Karaiskakis Stadium Greece Nikakis 13,846 OSFP – PAO 2–1 OSFP
2nd Leg 04–04–1990 Athens Olympic Stadium Greece Koukoulas 36,863 PAO – OSFP 3–3 (aet)
1991–92 Quarter Final 1st Leg 11–03–1992 Karaiskakis Stadium Greece Zakestidis 23,622 OSFP – PAO 0–0 OSFP
2nd Leg 08–04–1992 Athens Olympic Stadium Greece Koukoulas 52,983 PAO – OSFP 1–1 (away)
1992–93 Final 12–05–1993 Athens Olympic Stadium Greece Bikas 64,532 PAO – OSFP 1–0 PAO
1994–95 Quarter Final 1st Leg 22–02–1995 Athens Olympic Stadium Greece Nikakis 37,529 PAO – OSFP 1–2 PAO
2nd Leg 01–03–1995 Karaiskakis Stadium Greece Nikakis 17,226 OSFP – PAO 2–3 (away)
1998–99 Final 05–05–1999 Athens Olympic Stadium Greece Douros 57,783 OSFP – PAO 2–0 OSFP
2000–01 Quarter Final 1st Leg 07–02–2001 Athens Olympic Stadium Greece Tsagarakis 42,845 OSFP – PAO 1–1 OSFP
2nd Leg 21–03–2001 Ap. Nikolaidis Stadium Greece Briakos 12,759 PAO – OSFP 1–4
2003–04 Final 08–05–2004 Nea Smyrni Stadium Greece Kasnaferis 7,500 PAO – OSFP 3–1 PAO
2007–08 Round of 16 16–01–2008 Karaiskakis Stadium Greece Kakos 30,147 OSFP – PAO 4–0 OSFP

1 Panathinaikos didn't show up in the match, due to a punishment because of fielding a suspended player.
• Series won: Olympiacos 19, Panathinaikos 9.

Greek League Cup

Season
Round
Leg
Date
Venue
Referee
Atten.
Match
Score
Winner
1989–90 Semifinal 1st Leg 09–05–1990 Karaiskakis Stadium Greece Dimitriadis 8,965 OSFP – PAO 1–1 OSFP
2nd Leg 23–05–1990 Athens Olympic Stadium Greece Vassilakis 9,371 PAO – OSFP 2–2 (away)

• Series won: Olympiacos 1, Panathinaikos 0.

Top scorers

Olympiacos League Cup Total Panathinaikos League Cup Total
Greece Giorgos Sideris 7 6 13 Greece Dimitris Saravakos 7 91 16
Greece Nikos Anastopoulos 6 5 11 Greece Mimis Domazos 6 3 9
Serbia Predrag Đorđević 7 1 8 Poland Krzysztof Warzycha 7 2 9
Cyprus Pavlos Vassiliou 4 2 6 Greece Andreas Papaemmanouil 5 1 6

1 Including League Cup games.

Head-to-head ranking

P. 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2
3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
4 4 4 4 4
5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5
6 6
7 7
8 8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

Total: Olympiacos 28 times higher, Panathinaikos 24 times higher.

Men in both teams

Players from Olympiacos to Panathinaikos

Players from Panathinaikos to Olympiacos

Managers for both teams

See also

References

External links


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