Greek football rivalries kick into high gear in Toronto’s Greektown

Zissis Katsoulis is a diehard soccer fan. He had no choice. “When I was at home … I could hear when they scored,” he said. Back in Greece, Katsoulis grew up near the Panathinaikos stadium. “When we would go to the games, you could feel it.” Now living in Canada, Katsoulis follows his favourite time in the Panathinaikos fan club location at Pape and Floyd, in East York. “This … is the heart of Panathinaikos in Toronto,” he said, “17 years we’ve been in this place.”

Greece gets first ever World Cup win over Nigeria

Greece has finally won a match at the World Cup. Appearing in just their second ever World Cup, Greece has finally found a way to win as they defeated a shorthanded Nigeria 2-1 at Free State Stadium in Bloemfontein, South Africa. Nigeria was the first to find the board as Kalu Uche booted home a […]