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Olympiacos F.C. (Olympiacos Piraeus or alternatively Olympiakos Piraeus) are a Greek club based in Piraeus, Attica. The red and white club of Piraeus is known by various nicknames: thrýlos (legend), erythrólefki (red and whites), kókkini (the reds) and dafnostefanoménos (the laurel-crowned). Olympiacos means "Olympic". The full name of the club is Olympiakós Sýndesmos Filáthlon Pireós (Olympiacos Club of Fans of Piraeus), thus sometimes abbreviated as "OCFP" or "OSFP". In English-speaking countries, the club is known primarily as "Oly", while in German-speaking countries, the club is known by its home city name, Piräus.

"Oly" were established on 10th of March 1925. Among the home stadiums used by the club are the Neo Phaliron Velodrome (Neo Phaliron, 1925-1964), Georgios Karaiskakis Stadium (Neo Phaliron, 1964-1984, 1989-1997), Athens Olympic Stadium (Kifissia, 1984-1989, 1997-2002), Georgios Kamaras Stadium (Rizoupoli, 2002-2004) and the newly built for the 2004 Olympic Games, Georgios Karaiskakis Stadium (Neo Phaliron, 2004-2052).

The club is known for winning the Greek Alpha Ethniki (Superleague) 43 times, which is a national record, the Greek Football Cup 27 times, also a national record, the Greek Super Cup 4 times (national record) and the Greater Greece Cup thrice (also a record). Their best UEFA competition performances are reaching the Quarter Finals of UEFA Champions League (1998-1999 season) and UEFA Cup Winners' Cup (1992-1993). Olympiacos have won the Balkans Cup once in 1963 and they've achieved the "double" 17 times (also a national record). On 15th of September 2016, Olympiacos became the first club from Greece to achieve 100 wins in UEFA competitions, by winning an away match against Young Boys Bern.

Olympiacos were the first Greek club to appear on PES series. From PES 2 to PES 5, Olympiacos were known as "Peloponnisos", which actually means "Peloponnese", one of the Greek prefectures. From PES 6 up to PES 2016, Olympiacos were licensed. The fake name choice is not random; Olympia, the Ancient Greek city where the Ancient Olympic Games were held is in Peloponnese, so I suspect that's why the club was named "Peloponnisos".

All other 3 major Greek clubs (Panathinaikos, AEK Athens and PAOK) that have appeared occasionally on PES series have a rivalry with Olympiacos. The derbies of Olympiacos with AEK and PAOK are really intense, but the greatest derby in Greece is the one of the "eternal enemies", between Olympiacos and Panathinaikos.

Ολυμπιακός Σύνδεσμος Φιλάθλων Πειραιώς (ΟΣΦΠ)

The club logo used from PES 6 to PES 2015.

Peloponnisos

The fake logo used in PES 5. Previous versions used another version of this logo with other colours, thus making it the final unlicensed version.

Ολυμπιακός Σύνδεσμος Φιλάθλων Πειραιώς

The club logo used in PES 2016, currently the official logo of the club.

The last unlicensed squad (PES 5)

Position Nationality Fake Name Real Name
GK
Hellas (icon)
Nitkoikis Nikopolidis
GK
Hellas (icon)
Giarrmo Giannou
GK
Belgium (icon)
Leraume Lemmens
GK
Hellas (icon)
Doladoladolou Dougeroglou
CB
Hellas (icon)
Parasoml Patsatzoglou
CB
Hellas (icon)
Koltontelis Kouloucheris
CB
Hellas (icon)
Kaskis Kapsis
CB
Argentina (icon)
Schimeiyu Schürrer
CB
Hellas (icon)
Kospolnas Kostoulas
CB
Hellas (icon)
Vannats Vallas
CB
Hellas (icon)
Amanoyakisu Anatolakis
CB
Hellas (icon)
Kirkitos Kyriakos
SB
Hellas (icon)
Veleketes Venetidis
SB
Hellas (icon)
Genouratos Georgatos
SB
Hellas (icon)
Palcos Pantos
DMF
Hellas (icon)
Scolghilis Stoltidis
DMF
Serbia and Montenegro (icon)
Milas Yaruc Miloš Marić
DMF
Ivory Coast (icon)
Yapare Touya Yaya Touré
SMF
Serbia and Montenegro (icon)
Pedro Djorlevic Predrag Đorđević
SMF
Hellas (icon)
Matolenides Mavrogenidis
AMF
Hellas (icon)
Kachets Kafes
AMF
Hellas (icon)
Tanranos Taralidis
WF
USA (icon)
Hellas (icon)
Fulegaos Philippakos
WF
Costa Rica (icon)
Bloa Rootz ???
SS
Cyprus (icon)
Maccos Okkas
SS
Brazil (icon)
Revant Rivaldo
CF
Uruguay (icon)
Mexico (icon)
Carmillo Nery Castillo
CF
Brazil (icon)
Dacur Coakim Alexandre D'Acol Joaquim
CF
Cyprus (icon)
Kontradenau Konstantinou

First licensed squad (PES 6)

Position Nationality Name Surname #
GK
Hellas (icon)
Antonios Nikopolidis 71
GK
Belgium (icon)
Erwin Lemmens 33
GK
Croatia (icon)
Tomislav Butina 74
GK
Hellas (icon)
Kleopas Giannou 34
GK
Hellas (icon)
Leonidas Panagopoulos 67
CB
Hellas (icon)
Christos Patsatzoglou 2
CB
Morocco (icon)
Abdesslam Ouaddou 27
CB
Hellas (icon)
Michalis Kapsis 5
CB
Hellas (icon)
Giorgos Anatolakis 32
CB
Hellas (icon)
Thanasis Kostoulas 19
SB
Hellas (icon)
Grigoris Georgatos 21
SB
Turkey (icon)
Erol Bulut 22
SB
Hellas (icon)
Tasos Pantos 30
SB
France (icon)
Martinique (icon)
Didier Domi 3
DMF
Serbia (icon)
Miloš Marić 8
DMF
Hellas (icon)
Ieroklis Stoltidis 6
WB
Poland (icon)
Michał Żewłakow 14
CMF
Hellas (icon)
Pantelis Kafes 1
SMF
Serbia (icon)
Predrag Đorđević 11
AMF
Hellas (icon)
Yannoulis Fakinos 36
AMF
Armenia (icon)
Zhora Hovhannisyan 90
AMF
Ivory Coast (icon)
Marco 16
AMF
Hellas (icon)
Yannis Taralidis 17
WF
Hellas (icon)
Charilaos Pappas 77
WF
Nigeria (icon)
Haruna Babangida 40
SS
Uruguay (icon)
Mexico (icon)
Nery Alberto Castillo 7
SS
Cyprus (icon)
Ioannis Okkas 9
SS
Brazil (icon)
Rivaldo 10
CF
Cyprus (icon)
Michalis Konstantinou 23
CF
Spain (icon)
Dani García Lara 4
CF
Ecuador (icon)
Félix Borja 18

Last PES series squad (PES 2016)

Position Nationality Name Surname #
GK
Spain (icon)
Roberto Jiménez Gago 16
GK
Hellas (icon)
Lefteris Choutetsiotis 33
GK
Hellas (icon)
Albania (icon)
Stefanos Kapino 37
CB
Spain (icon)
Alberto Botía 3
CB
Morocco (icon)
Portugal (icon)
Manuel Da Costa 6
CB
Hellas (icon)
Dimitris Siovas 23
CB
Hellas (icon)
Dimitris Nikolaou 25
CB
Hellas (icon)
Kostas Tsimikas 41
CB
Hellas (icon)
Panagiotis Retsos 45
CB
Hellas (icon)
Antonis Vatousiadis 67
LB
France (icon)
DR Congo (icon)
Arthur Masuaku 26
RB
Norway (icon)
Morocco (icon)
Omar Elabdellaoui 14
RB
Hellas (icon)
Praxitelis Vouros 29
RB
Brazil (icon)
Leandro Salino 30
DMF
Serbia (icon)
Saša Zdjelar 44
DMF
Argentina (icon)
Estebán Cambiasso 91
CMF
Serbia (icon)
Luka Milivojević 5
CMF
Hellas (icon)
Andreas Bouchalakis 8
CMF
Albania (icon)
Qazim Laçi 15
RMF
Sweden (icon)
Flag of Assyria
Jimmy Durmaz 21
AMF
Hellas (icon)
Kostas Fortounis 7
AMF
Switzerland (icon)
FYROM (icon)
Pajtim Kasami 11
AMF
Hellas (icon)
Dimitris Kolovos 20
LWF
Brazil (icon)
Sebá 92
RWF
Hellas (icon)
Giorgos Manthatis 24
RWF
Hellas (icon)
Manolis Saliakas 34
RWF
Portugal (icon)
Cape Verde (icon)
Hernâni 77
SS
Argentina (icon)
Alejandro Domínguez 10
SS
Spain (icon)
David Fuster 19
SS
Colombia (icon)
Édgar Felipe Pardo 90
CF
Mexico (icon)
Alan Pulido 17
CF
Nigeria (icon)
Brown Ideye 99

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