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AEK Athens F.C. are a Greek club based in Nea Filadelfeia suburb of Athens. The yellow and black club of Athens is known by various nicknames: énosis (union), kitrinómavri (yellow and blacks), vassílissa (the Queen) and dikéfalos aetós (the Two-Head Eagle). AEK is the abbreviation of the full name of the club, which is Athlitikí Énosis Konstantinoupóleos (Athletic Club of Constantinople), since the club was established in Athens on 13th of April 1924, by Greek refugees from Constantinople.

AEK have used two stadiums as their home ground; Nikos Goumas Stadium (Nea Filadelfeia, 1930-1985, 1987-2003) and Athens Olympic Stadium (1985-1987, 2004-present). There are plans for building a new stadium where Nikos Goumas Stadium used to be, in the very same area in Nea Filadelfeia, the home of AEK. The stadium is due to be built by 2017 and the name will be "Hagia Sophia Stadium", named after the historical temple in Constantinople.

The club is known for winning the Greek Alpha Ethniki (Superleague) 11 times, the last being in 1994, the Greek Beta Ethniki (Football League) once in 2014-2015 season, the Greek Gamma Ethniki (Football League 2) in 2013-2014 season, the Greek Football Cup 15 times (2015-2016 winners), the Greek Super Cup thrice, the only Greek League Cup that was held in 1989-1990 season, by beating their rivals Olympiacos with 3-2. AEK have also won the Pre-Mediterranean Cup in 1991. In Europe, they are known for reaching the Semi-Finals of the 1976-1977 UEFA Cup (now UEFA Europa League), the Quarter-Finals of the 1968-1969 European Cup (now UEFA Champions League), the Quarter-Finals of the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup twice, in 1996-1997 and 1997-1998, while in 1967 AEK were the runner-ups of the Balkans Cup, losing to also Constantinople-based Fenerbahçe.

AEK's first PES appearance lacked of license. In PES 4, they were known as "AC Greek". From PES 2008 to PES 2013, AEK were present and, of course, licensed.

All other 3 major Greek clubs (Panathinaikos, PAOK and Olympiacos) that have appeared occasionally on PES series have a rivalry with AEK. The derbies of the "Two-Headed Eagle" with "PAO" and "Oly" are really intense, but the greatest derby is the one of the "two-headed eagles", between AEK and PAOK. Both clubs have a common origin from Constantinople. But since Athens and Thessaloniki are always rivals, this also goes for the clubs.

Αθλητική Ένωσις Κωνσταντινουπόλεως (ΑΕΚ

AEK Athens F.C. logo

The only unlicensed squad (PES 4)

Position Nationality Fake Name Real Name
GK
Hellas (icon)
Himodegos Chiotis
GK
Hellas (icon)
Miregles Michailidis
GK
Hellas (icon)
Anotomas Arabatzis
CB
Ghana (icon)
Akaguoho Amponsah
CB
Portugal (icon)
Brazil (icon)
Furut Andes Bruno Alves
CB
Hellas (icon)
Kosdaroberou Kostenoglou
CB
Hellas (icon)
Zamats Moras
CB
Hellas (icon)
Skanokomos Stergiatos
SB
Hellas (icon)
Gemasgags Georgeas
SB
Hellas (icon)
Trokrtzioheulos Tziortziopoulos
SB
Hellas (icon)
Gorgoros Borbokis
SB
Hellas (icon)
Tomeles Toskas
SB
Hellas (icon)
Canada (icon)
Kukkas Kappos
DMF
Hellas (icon)
Karmeus Katsouranis
DMF
Bulgaria (icon)
Milen Pelokov Milen Petkov
DMF
Hellas (icon)
Karemanos Karameris
CMF
Brazil (icon)
Portugal (icon)
Pout Accuntao Paulo Assunção
CMF
Hellas (icon)
Korkiss Kontis
SMF
Bulgaria (icon)
Hiwapi Rusev
CF
Hellas (icon)
Konstentarges Konstantinidis
CF
Hellas (icon)
Linteukotos Liberopoulos
CF
Hellas (icon)
Torkas Tsevas
CF
Hellas (icon)
Konotomos Kostis
CF
Brazil (icon)
Suarls Soares

First licensed squad (PES 2008) -coming soon-

Last squad (PES 2013)

Position Nationality Name Surname #
GK
Hellas (icon)
Dimitris Konstantopoulos 1
GK
Hellas (icon)
Theodoros Moschonas 28
GK
Hellas (icon)
Yannis Arabatzis 99
CB
Portugal (icon)
Spain (icon)
Yago Fernández 3
CB
Hellas (icon)
Mavroudis Bougaidis 47
CB
Hellas (icon)
Kostas Tsoupros 81
CB
Hellas (icon)
Giorgos Koutroubis 91
LB
Hellas (icon)
Anastasios Tsoumagas 34
RB
Hellas (icon)
Christos Arkoudas 77
RB
Hellas (icon)
Sokratis Tsoukalas 92
DMF
Hellas (icon)
France (icon)
Antonis Rikka 13
DMF
Hellas (icon)
Dimitrios Anastasopoulos 39
DMF
Hellas (icon)
Pavlos Mitropoulos 82
CMF
Spain (icon)
Miguel Ángel Cordero 6
CMF
Hellas (icon)
Xenofon Fetsis 23
CMF
Hellas (icon)
Alexandros Nikolias 66
LMF
Hellas (icon)
Christos Papadimitriou 63
LMF
Hellas (icon)
Dimitrios Grontis 80
LMF
Hellas (icon)
Nikos Kourellas 88
RMF
Hellas (icon)
Taxiarchis Fountas 21
AMF
Hellas (icon)
Giorgos Katidis 8
AMF
Poland (icon)
Brazil (icon)
Roger Guerreiro 10
AMF
Hellas (icon)
Enias Kalogeris 32
AMF
Hellas (icon)
Dimitris Anakoglou 44
CF
Hellas (icon)
Nikolaos Katsikokeris 7
CF
Hellas (icon)
Thomas Tsitas 9
CF
Hellas (icon)
Michalis Pavlis 11
CF
Hellas (icon)
Andreas Stamatis 14
CF
Portugal (icon)
Cape Verde (icon)
José Emilio Furtado 20
CF
Hellas (icon)
Antonis Petropoulos 33
CF
Hellas (icon)
Ioannis Karalis 70

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