Wellington Olympic AFC

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Wellington Olympic AFC is an semi-professional association football (soccer) club in Wellington, New Zealand. The club's premier team competes in the Central Premier League and won the Chatham Cup in 2009.

Club history

The club was formed in 1953 by Greek immigrants as Apollon AFC and is commonly known as 'The Greeks'. The club changed its name to Christian Youth FC in 1958, and became Wellington Olympic in 1983. The local Greek community continues to be the basis of the club's support and a significant number of players are of Greek heritage.

League Records

Most Appearances

  • Harry Kotsapas, 338 games, 1973–1993
  • Nick Halikias, 320 games, 1975–1993
  • Alkis Ioannou, 251 games, 1975–1992
  • Chris Christie, 229 games, 1977–2002
  • Spiros Androutsos, 227 games, 1972–1995

Most Goals in a Season

  • Geoff Brown, 35 goals, 2004

Most Goals Top 5 Overall

  • Harry Kotsapas, 126 goals, 1973–1993
  • Chris Christie, 94 goals, 1977–2002
  • Imre Foldi, 78 goals, 1990–1999
  • Spiros Androutsos, 75 goals, 1972–1995
  • Geoff Brown, 58 goals, 2004–2006

Players 2011 Season

Notable players

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