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“King Otto”: Film on Greece’s 2004 Soccer Triumph Premieres in the US

“King Otto”, the film on Greece's 2004 football triumph, premiered in the US on Friday after widespread critical acclaim and theatrical success worldwide. On Wednesday the real protagonists of perhaps the greatest upset in world sports history gathered at the...

July 4, 2004: When Greece Stunned the World to Win Euro 2004

On July 4, 2004 Greece won Euro 2004, the primary European football competition, in one of the greatest shocks in the history of football.

“King Otto”: Film on Greece’s 2004 Football Triumph Hits Screens

"King Otto" Rehhagel celebrates Greece's Euro 2004 football triumph, representing perhaps the greatest upset in all of sports history.

Greeks Reminisce on the 15th Anniversary of the Football Miracle (video)

Every year since 2004, Greeks celebrate their own 4th of July, as it is the day the Greek national football team stunned the world by beating Portugal 1-0 in the final and winning the European Cup. It was a glorious...

Greece's ex-Football Chief Charged with Misuse of UEFA Donation

A prosecutor has charged a former head of Greece's football federation (EPO), with breach of duty over the misuse of a large donation by UEFA that was intended to support fire-stricken areas in the region of Ilia, Peloponnese, after...

Greece Hires German Michael Skibbe as National Soccer Team Coach

The saga of filling the coach position in Greece's national soccer team will have its final episode on Friday, when German Michael Skibbe will sign the contract. The Greek Football Association (EPO) has hired Skibbe as the new national team...

2004 European Champions beat Cyprus 6-1 (Videos)

The Euro 2004 Champions, Greece, beat the 2004 national team of Cyprus 6-1 in a friendly match in Nicosia in front of 6.000 fans. Angelos Charisteas, Giorgos Karagounis, Stelios Giannakopoulos and the rest of the gang that participated in the...

Eleven facts you should know about Greece’s new coach, Claudio Ranieri (video)

Italian manager Claudio Ranieri is the chosen one to replace Fernando Santos on Greece’s National Team bench. Today, GreekReporter reveals 11 interesting facts about the 63 year-old Roman. He was born in Rome, Italy on October 20th 1951. Ranieri is the...

Euro 2004: 10 Years Since Greece Shook Up the Football World (video)

On July 4th 2004, Greece's National Football Team achieved perhaps the most astonishing victory, not only in the history of football, but in the history of sports in general. They beat the tournament's hosts, Portugal, by 1-0 and won the European...

Coach Santos to Quit Greece Football Team After World Cup

Fernando Santos will not renew his contract as coach of the Greek national team after this summer's World Cup, ending a four-year tenure. His decision was announced by Giorgos Sarris, the president of the Hellenic Football Federation (EPO): “I’ve just informed the members...