PAOK Chess Club
Π.A.O.K. (P.A.O.K. means Panthessonician Athletic Club of Constantinopolitans) is one of the most popular football clubs in Hellas (Greece) and the major multi-sports club of Thessaloniki (the capital of Macedonia and co-capital of Greece), with many friends within Greece and all over the world! P.A.O.K. was established on 20 April 1926 by Greek refuges from Constantinople, who fled to Thessaloniki from the City (in the wake of the Greco-Turkish War). The club is home to several teams, including football, basketball, volleyball, handball, water polo, swimming, wrestling, ice hockey, and weightlifting. The team's traditional colours are black, as sadness for the Asia Minor Catastrophe of 1922 and the end of the Greek presence in Anatolia, and white as hope for recovery. Emblem of the team is a Byzantine-style double-headed eagle with retracted wings that was adopted three years after the establishment of the club, honours the memory of the people and places that once belonged to the Byzantine Empire and were invaded and conquered by the Ottoman Empire in 1453. P.A.O.K. FC has assets of 2 Championships (1976, 1985), 5 Cups (1972, 1974, 2001, 2003, 2017) and has participated in 12 other Cup Finals. Ιt is the only Greek team that has more wins than losses in all its European history (60 wins, 50 draws and 54 defeats, as of September 29, 2016) the 0–7 away win over Locomotive Tbilisi on 16 September 1999 in the UEFA Cup is the largest ever achieved by a Greek club in all European competitions. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/P.A.O.K. www.youtube.com/watch?v=KjeN5iupknk
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