Aris Thessaloniki (@1.3) vs Iraklis Thessaloniki (@3.2)
03-10-2019

Our Prediction:

Aris Thessaloniki will win

Aris Thessaloniki – Iraklis Thessaloniki Match Prediction | 03-10-2019 10:00

Aris managed to collect 22 points in this mini tournament, four more than the second, Panathinaikos, scoring large wins like 70 against Panathinaikos, 73 against Iraklis and 30 versus AEK and Olympiacos in Athens, also new star players emerged, Kitsios, Aggelakis, Bogdanos, Gigopoulos, while Belgian manager De Valer guided effectively the club. On 20 April 1929, the first friendly match took place between Aris and Panathinaikos, the "yellows" to defeat 54. The second championship came four years later in 1932,[5] only this time his opponents were Olympiacos, Panathinaikos, AEK, Ethnikos, PAOK and Iraklis.

Coach of the team was the German Thomas Kessler, and prominent players of Aris were, among others, Kostas Vikelidis, Savvas Vogiatzis that emerged and top scorer with six goals, Nikos Aggelakis, scorer of the finals with four goals and Dionysis Caltech. In iterative matches played in June in Thessaloniki, Aris won both of his opponents by 31 and thus crowned the first champion of Greece. In the first race on 24 May, the team of Thessaloniki prevailed 31 Atromitos, while three days after losing to Ethnikos Piraeus 32. Aris' first major success was between 1927 and 1928 when they won the first Greek Championship,[4] beating finalists Atromitos and Ethnikos Piraeus exploiting the abstention from the championship teams of RECs.

Aris' fan base is spread across all the economic classes in the city of Thessaloniki and all over Greece.[22] Their rivalry is against clubs such as arch-rival PAOK, but also against the biggest clubs of Athens Olympiacos, Panathinaikos and AEK Athens.[23]Matches against PAOK are local derbies and an event that splits Thessaloniki and Northern Greece in two. It exist since 1988 with 50 more Super 3 clubs spread all over Greece and Europe. According to some polls Aris is the 5th most popular team in Greece with around a million fans, an amount quite big considering the lack of titles for many decades. In the rest of Europe there are also some organized Aris' fan clubs in countries such as Germany, Italy and Sweden. Aris' main fan club is called Super 3 and has symbol a bulldog. There are over 12,000 Super 3 members.

After the mid-1980s and the retirement of the club's honored old guard, Aris entered in a slow decline, rarely reaching European league qualification or notable Greek League position, whichin combination with appreciable financial troubles that left the club near bankruptcyled to the club's relegation to the Second Division in 1997 and 2005. Both times though Aris managed to resume its place in the first division.

Molde vs Aris Thessaloniki FC Head to head (h2h)

Leading scorer of the league emerged Nikos Kitsos with 15 goals and Nikos Aggelakis to 14. Four years after winning the first Panhellenic title, the "yellows" won the championship. Aris became champion amassing a total of 22 points, four more than second Panathinaikos and scoring big wins like 70 against Panathinaikos with four goals Maywood, 61 on Apollon Athens with six goals in the Aggelakis' first home appearance with the first group of Kleanthis Vikelidis, 73 vs Iraklis with four goals Kitsos and away 03 over Olympiacos, PAOK and AEK.

Although after the Aris election Arvanitidis became leader of the football department, Theodoros Karipidis was named the head of football department the day afterwards. Theodoros Karipidis appointed Nikos Anastopoulos as the manager. He signed many players in a few days including former Greek footballer of the club Andreas Tatos, former Real Madrid defender Raul Bravo[19] club legend Sergio Koke, as well as many Super League quality players like Kostas Kaznaferis, Vasilios Rovas, Nikos Tsoumanis, Giannis Siderakis as well as many others.

Since the late 1970s, Aris Thessaloniki has created its own training grounds in Neo Rysio (Dasigenio Sports Center), just outside Thessaloniki near the International Airport covering three hectares and including football fields, hosting area with gym, pool and sauna, press room, offices, restaurant and locker rooms.[40] The facilities were rebuilt in September 2010 after a demand placed by manager Hctor Cper.[41] The facilities were renovated again in 2018 and the grass was ultimately changed in 2019.

Recent developments include the interest from the club's board to construct a new, modern stadium in eastern Thessaloniki Metropolitan Area to replace the obsolete Kleanthis Vikelidis Stadium and the modernization and expansion of the club's training facilities in Neo Rysio, Thessaloniki. Also, in a unique move for Greek standards, the board decided in December 2009 to establish a radio station, Aris FM 92.8[14] in order to promote the communication between Aris fans around the country and the coverage of the clubs activities. During the 201011 UEFA Europa League they managed to play for the first time in club's history in Europe after Christmas, after a very good appearance in the group stage where they won 10[12] at home and 23[13] away and eliminated the title holders Atltico Madrid. In recent years, specially after the creation of an Aris Members' Society that controls the club's fortunes, Aris has qualified several times for the UEFA Europa League, finished fourth in the Superleague three times, and has reached in the Greek Cup Final four times, losing in 2003, 2005, 2008 and 2010, when 25,000 Aris fans went to Athens in the biggest ever move of fans in Greece.[8][9][10][11] In 2008 and 2010 Aris made it through to the UEFA Europa League group stage after eliminating Real Zaragoza and Austria Wien respectively during the Cup's play-off rounds.

Aris Thessaloniki. The colours of the club are golden/yellow, a dominant colour in the culture of Macedonia and reminiscent of the Byzantine heritage of Thessaloniki, and black. Aris Football Club (Greek: )[2] is a Greek football club based in the city of Thessaloniki, Macedonia, Greece, part of the multi-sports club A.C. It is named after Ares, the ancient Olympian "God of War," associated also with courage and masculinity, whose image is portrayed on the club's logo as depicted in the Ludovisi Ares sculpture. Created in 1914 as Aris Thessaloniki Football Club, the club was a founding member of the Macedonian Football Clubs Association, as well as the Hellenic Football Federation. Aris is one of Greece's most successful club and the biggest one in Thessaloniki, having won the fourth most Super League titles after Olympiacos, Panathinaikos and AEK Athens, while they are tied with PAOK.

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Aris Thessaloniki FC edged it past their foes AEL Limassol in the previous round with a slender 1-0 victory in the second leg after being held to a frustrating goalless draw at home in the initial game. The Greek outfit were far from their best in that away tie though and found the back of the net from the penalty spot and not in open play.

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Aris was also the first Greek club to score a victory both in Italy and Portugal. At home, the team shared first place with Olympiacos at the end of the 1980 campaign, though it lost the title 20 in a tie-breaker against the Piraeus club in Volos National Stadium. Its most important achievements during that period included a successful 1980 UEFA campaign when Aris eliminated Benfica and Perugia. In the 1970s, Aris was reorganized and a vast number of young players from Thessaloniki, including Kouis, Foiros, Drambis, Zindros and Papafloratos led the club.

Aris has not won a championship since the establishment of the First Division (1959). Aris beat Olympiacos twice, scoring two goals and conceding none; came to a draw with AEK in Athens and defeated them in PAOK's stadium in Thessaloniki (score 41). Aris won their third title in 1946,[6] playing against two teams, AEK from Athens and Olympiacos from Piraeus, champions of the other two minor domestic leagues.