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The milestones in HFF history

 
1926

November 14

The Founding General Assembly of the Hellenic Football Federation takes place.

November 16

The first Board of Directors is elected.

December 27

HFF is ratified by the Court of First Instance as a Social Interest Association.

1927

March 23

The Ministry of Education, by force of documents No. 14372 and 4708, recognises the HFF as the "Highest Greek Football Authority".

April

The first football conference is staged, followed by the election of the first administration.

July 2

A telegram received from FIFA, announces that Greece is accepted into the "family" of the International Confederation.

1929

April 7

The first match of the National Team is organised by HFF (Greece - Italy 1-4, at Panathinaikos stadium).

1930

January 26

First international victory since the founding of the HFF (Greece - Yugoslavia 2-1, at the Panathinaikos stadium).

1931

November 8

First Greek Cup final, AEK-Aris 5-3, at the Panathinaikos stadium, Athens.

1934

March 25

First World Cup qualifiers match for the Greece National Team (Italy - Greece 4-0).

1946

May 1

The first post-war HFF Board is constituted.

1954

June 15

HFF participates in the establishment of UEFA.

1971

May 19

First European final to be hosted by Greece.

European Cup Winners' Cup (Real - Chelsea 1-1, 1-2 in the second leg after two days).

1983

May 25

First European Championship Final: Hamburg SV - Juventus FC 1-0 (OAKA, Athens).

2004

July 4

Οn the top of European football by winning the 2004 European Championship: Portugal - Greece 0-1, at "Estádio da Luz " in Lisbon.

In addition to the European Cup final in 1971 and the Champions League Final in 1983, HFF has also successfully hosted other major football events:

1973: Cup Winners' Cup Final-1, A.C. Milan - Leeds United 1-0.

1987: Cup Winners' Cup Final 1.FC Lokomotiv Leipzig- AFC Ajax 0-1.

1994: Champions League Final AC Milan - FC Barcelona 4-0.

1995: European Youth (U-18) Championship Finals. European Champion: Spain

2007: Champions League Final AC Milan-Liverpool FC 2-1.

2015: Final round of the European Youth (U-19) Championship. European Champion: Spain

   
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