Fixtures

Greece Super League 2 04/22 13:00 6 Olympiakos B vs Diagoras - View
Greece Super League 2 04/28 13:00 7 Diagoras vs Panathinaikos B - View
Greece Super League 2 05/12 16:00 8 Panachaiki vs Diagoras - View
Greece Super League 2 05/19 16:00 9 Diagoras vs Egaleo - View
Greece Super League 2 05/26 16:00 10 AO Giouchtas vs Diagoras - View

Results

Greece Super League 2 04/15 13:00 5 [1] Diagoras v AO Giouchtas [3] W 1-0
Greece Super League 2 04/11 13:00 1 [6] Diagoras v Olympiakos B [8] W 1-0
Greece Super League 2 04/08 12:00 4 [7] Egaleo v Diagoras [6] D 1-1
Greece Super League 2 04/04 12:00 3 [2] Diagoras v Panachaiki [6] D 2-2
Greece Super League 2 03/30 14:00 2 [10] Panathinaikos B v Diagoras [6] W 0-1
Greece Super League 2 03/25 12:00 1 Diagoras v Olympiakos B - PPT.
Greece Super League 2 03/10 12:00 22 [9] Panathinaikos B v Diagoras [6] D 2-2
Greece Super League 2 03/03 12:00 21 [1] Kallithea v Diagoras [6] D 1-1
Greece Super League 2 02/25 13:00 20 [6] Diagoras v Panachaiki [11] L 1-2
Greece Super League 2 02/18 13:00 19 [6] Diagoras v Kalamata [5] W 1-0
Greece Super League 2 02/11 13:00 18 [6] Diagoras v Olympiakos B [8] L 0-2
Greece Super League 2 02/04 13:45 17 [6] Diagoras v Tilikratis [12] L 0-2

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 40 20 20
Wins 14 11 3
Draws 10 3 7
Losses 16 6 10
Goals for 45 29 16
Goals against 54 22 32
Clean sheets 10 6 4
Failed to score 13 3 10

Wikipedia - P.A.E. G.S. Diagoras

PAE G.S. Diagoras 1905 (Greek: ΠΑΕ Γ.Σ. Διαγόρας 1905) is a Hellenic professional football club based in Rhodes city founded in 1905.

Diagoras is named after the island's ancient athlete Diagoras.

The team first played under Ottoman Rule until the short lived independence of the Dodecanese in 1912 and then under the italian occupation of the island. No matches at all were held during the Balkan Wars and the team played only with other local teams until the Dodecanese joined with the rest of Greece in 1948.

History

Due to the club's extensive social, cultural, athletic, and particularly patriotic activities, the fascist Italian authorities in occupation decided to dissolve it in 1929. Diagoras reconstituted in 1945, just prior to the liberation of Rhodes and the union with the rest of Hellas. He first joined the Beta Ethniki (2nd national division) in its creation in 1962-'63. They played in Alpha Ethniki (1st national division) between 1986-1989.

In 1987, the club reached the semi-finals of the Greek Cup, losing to OFI.

Diagoras returned to Beta Ethinki in 2008 until 2012.

In the 2019–2020 season, Diagoras finished in third place of the Football League (3rd tier) and was promoted to the Super League 2 (Beta Ethniki), the second tier of the professional football in Hellas.

Diagoras Football Club is a professional soccer team based in Rhodes, Greece. The team was founded in 1928 and has a rich history in Greek football. The club's colors are blue and white, and they play their home matches at the Diagoras Stadium in Rhodes.

Diagoras has a passionate fan base and a strong rivalry with other teams in the Greek Super League. The team has a reputation for playing attractive, attacking football and has produced many talented players over the years.

The club has had success in domestic competitions, winning several league titles and cup trophies. They have also competed in European competitions, representing Greece on the international stage.

Diagoras is known for its commitment to developing young talent and promoting a strong team spirit. The club's motto is "Unity and Strength," reflecting their belief in the power of teamwork and solidarity.

Overall, Diagoras Football Club is a respected and competitive team in Greek football, with a proud history and a bright future ahead.