Nikos Spyropoulos

Nikolaos Spyropoulos (Greek Νικόλαος Σπυρόπουλος, born 10 October 1983) is a Greek football player.



Spyropoulos, who plays in the position of left-back, began his career at PAS Ioannina Epirus. With PAS Spyropoulos experienced between 2000 and 2004 two descents and a promotion to the Greek Super League. During this period, the player came to only 33 appearances in the second division. Mid-2004 Spyrolpoulos free transfer to Greek club Panionios Athens tradition. In Panionios managed Spyropoulos brought down on first attempt and came in the UEFA Cup in his first European Cup inserts so that the Greek top club Panathinaikos Athens became aware of him.

In the summer of 2005, Panathinaikos Spyropoulos committed along with his teammates Evangelos Mantzios and Alexandros Tziolis. However, after the consumption of prohibited substances was detected in Spyropoulos, the association of the agreement stepped back and took only Mantzios and Tziolis under contract. Over the next three seasons to Spyropoulos established more and more a key player of his club, played in the 2007/2008 season under coach Ewald Lienen one more time in the UEFA Cup and managed under Otto Rehhagel made ​​it into the Greek national team. In January 2008, Spyropoulos moved to 68 Erstligaeinsätzen for Panionios finally with two and a half - year delay for a transfer fee of two million euro to Panathinaikos - one of the highest ever paid for a player changes within the Greek league. With Panathinaikos be Spyropoulos established from the outset as a regular player and won with the club in 2010 next to the championship and the Greek Cup. In January 2013, he joined the Italian first division side AC Chievo Verona.


Spyropoulos took part in the 2008 European Soccer Championships in Austria and Switzerland, and came in the final group game against Spanienzum use. In 2010, Spyropoulos part in the World Cup in South Africa.


  • Greek champions: 2010
  • Greek Cup winner: 2010

Jacobo 1 | 2 Skondras | 3 Tzavelas | 4 Katsikas | 7 Georgiadis | 8 Maduro | 9 Vukić | Lucas 10 | 11 Stoch | 14 Salpingidis | 15 Vítor | Lino 16 | 20 Hoesen | 21 Spyropoulos | 25 Lazar | 26 Kaçe | 28 Katsouranis | 29 Juan Insaurralde | 33 Athanasiadis | 40 Martens | 50 Giakoumis | 66 Natkho | 70 Kitsiou | 71 Glikos | 77 Ninis | 81 Gspurning | 96 Pozoglou | 99 Oliseh


  • National football team (Greece )
  • Greek
  • Born in 1983
  • Man
  • Greek Champions ( Football)