|Full name||Athletic Club of Doukas School |
Αθλητικός Σύλλογος Εκπαιδευτηρίων Δούκα
|Colours||Blue and White|
|Website||Club home page|
|Active departments of A.C. Doukas|
A.C. Doukas School (Greek: Αθλητικός Σύλλογος Εκπαιδευτηρίων Δούκα/Α.Σ.Ε.Δ.) is a Greek multisport club based in Marousi, Athens. It was founded in 1979 by Doukas School and its colour is blue and white. The home of the club is the Dais gymnasium in Marousi. The club has teams in Handball, Basketball, Track and Field, futsal, Badminton and Gymnastics.
Main article: A.C. Doukas Basketball
The basketball team was founded in the early 1990s. Nowadays, men's team plays in Beta Ethniki (third-tier level). The most successful era of the club history was the period 2003–2007, when the club played in A2 category (second-tier level).
The handball team is the most successful team of the club having won many championships and cups of both men's and women's. Men's team has won 3 championship and 4 cup and women's team has won 1 championship and 1 cup. Men's Doukas team plays in A1 Ethniki (first division). In current season it finished in seventh place and the previous year it had finished in third place.
|1985–86||A1 Ethniki||3rd||Finalist Greek Cup|
|1986–87||A1 Ethniki||3rd||Finalist Greek Cup|
|1989–90||A1 Ethniki||??||Finalist Greek Cup|
|1997–98||A1 Ethniki||1st||Winner Greek Cup|
|1998–99||A1 Ethniki||2nd||Winner Greek Cup|
|Finalist Greek Super Cup|
|2003–04||A1 Ethniki||6th||Finalist Greek Cup|
|2007–08||A1 Ethniki||1st||Winner Greek Cup|
|2009–10||A1 Ethniki||3rd||Winner Greek Cup|
|2015–16||A1 Ethniki||6th||Finalist Greek Cup|
|2017–18||A1 Ethniki||4th||Finalist Greek Cup|
|Season||Competition||Round||Club||1st leg||2nd leg||Aggregate|
|2016–17||Challenge Cup||R3||IEK Xini Dikeas||21–27||24–16||45–43|
|1/8||Tasova Yibo SK||32–28||34–30||66–58|
Doukas Futsal team was founded in 1996. It plays almost constantly in the first division championship and has won 3 championship and 4 cups.
Doukas has a section of athletics. Many notable Greek athletes have transferred in Doukas. Cases in point are Niki Bakogianni, Angeliki Tsiolakoudi and Stella Tsikouna.