Greek Newspapers Feature Our Program
Olympiacos Soccer School Chicago was featured in two Greek sports newspapers named "GAVROS" and "Stadio" on February 2012. GAVROS article in English GAVROS article in Greek Stadio article in Greek ...
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U12 Team Crowned President's Day Cup Tournament Champions
Olympiacos Soccer School Chicago would like to congratulate our U12 team for winning the first ever Inter FC President's Day Cup Tournament at the Odeum, in Villa Park Illinois. The U12 tournament division was comprised of the following teams: GROUP A: Olympiacos Chicago, Ajax FC, Schwaben AC GROUP B: Chicago Fire, Inter FC, Brazil FC The kids won the tournament undefeated (4-0) and by beating Brazil 3-1 in the final. Game Results: Olympiacos 2:0 Brazil ...
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Olympiacos Selects Chicago for 1st US Soccer School
Professional Greek soccer team Olympiacos C.F.P., Greece’s most successful professional soccer club – winner of 38 league titles, 24 Greek cups and 4 Super Greek Cups - has selected Chicago as the location for its first US soccer academy. The club has academies in Greece, Cyprus and Australia. GreekSoccer.com John Kosmas, founder of GreekSoccer.com and Chicago’s Hellenic Soccer Tournament, has been involved in soccer in Chicago for nearly 30 years. Through the website, he and his wife Angela Kosmas ...
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Welcome to Olympiacos Soccer Club Chicago!
As the Director of Coaching, I would like to welcome everyone to the official Olympiacos Soccer School in Chicago. It is with great excitement that we kick off the 2011 - 2012 season. For all of us who are passionate about soccer, the creation of the Olympiacos Soccer School in Chicago is an historical and promising endeavor. This is the first time ever in Chicago's soccer history that Olympiacos FC, Greece's most successful professional soccer ...
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Olympiacos Chicago Creates Its Own History Pages
Olympiacos Soccer School Chicago is proud to announce the formation of its first ever youth academy teams in the United States. The teams are comprised of young players whose parents are from various ethnic backgrounds - countries such as  Bosnia, Croatia, Greece, Serbia, Mexico, Vietnam, Cuba and the United States. Player development is a very important ingredient still missing from local youth soccer clubs - a void that  Olympiacos Soccer School Chicago has set its ...
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