Olympiacos SFP HC
Full nameOlympiacós Sýndesmos Filáthlon Peiraiós Handball Club
  • Thrylos (The Legend)
  • Erythrolefkoi (The Red-Whites)
Short nameOlympiacos
Founded1931; 93 years ago (1931)
ArenaIlioupoli Indoor Hall
PresidentMichalis Kountouris
Head coachŽeljko Babić
LeagueHandball Premier
2021–22Handball Premier, 1st
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Official site

Olympiacos Handball Club (currently known for sponsorship reasons as Olympiacos S.F.P. / Omilos Xini) is the men's handball team of the major Greek multi-sport club Olympiacos CFP, based in Piraeus. It was founded initially in 1931 and reorganized in 2017. The department has won 3 Greek Handball Championships, 3 Greek Cups and 2 Doubles.

Location of Olympiacos H.C.
Location of Olympiacos H.C.


In 2017–18 season, which was the first after its reorganization, Olympiacos won the domestic double. They won the Greek Handball Championship by beating AEK Athens with 3–2 wins in the finals in a dramatic fashion, as they overturned an initial 0–2 win by AEK and took three straight wins to secure the League title.[1] They also won the Greek Cup, beating PAOK in the semi-final and ASE Douka in the final to complete the domestic Double.[2] On 10 September 2022, Olympiacos lifted the Greek Super Cup after winning AESH Pylaia in the final.[3][4]

Crest, colours, supporters



Current squad

Squad for the 2023–24 season[5]
Olympiacos H.C.

Technical staff


Transfers for the 2023–24 season

Previous squads


Domestic competitions

European competitions

European record

Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate
2017–18 EHF Cup R1 Czech Republic Talent Plzeň 21–21 29–17 39–50
2018–19 EHF Cup R2 Hungary Sport36-Komló 27–22 34–29 56–56
R3 Croatia RK Nexe 22–25 30–25 47–55
2019–20 EHF Cup R1 Bosnia and Herzegovina RK Borac m:tel 30–21 25–30 60–46
R2 Romania SCM Politehnica Timișoara 29–26 31–29 58–57
R3 Germany MT Melsungen 19–20 32–28 47–52
2022–23 EHF European Cup R2 Bosnia and Herzegovina RK Sloboda Tuzla 34–24 27–19 61–43
R3 Switzerland Wacker Thun 22–24 19–24 41–48

EHF ranking

As of 12 June 2023[6]
Rank Team Points
64 Slovakia MŠK Považská Bystrica 82
65 Turkey Spor Toto SK 81
66 Greece Olympiacos H.C. 79
67 Spain BM Cuenca 79
68 Italy SSV Brixen Handball 79
69 Austria Alpla HC Hard 79
70 Iceland ÍBV Vestmannaeyjar 78

Former club members

Notable former players


  1. ^ Olympiacos win Greek men's handball championship. xinhuanet.com. 7 June 2018
  2. ^ https://www.handball-planet.com/olympiakos-win-greek-handball-cup/
  3. ^ "Ο Ολυμπιακός νικητής του Σούπερ Καπ 2022!". handball.org.gr (in Greek). Online. Retrieved 11 September 2022.
  4. ^ ""Πάτησε" την Πυλαία και σήκωσε την κούπα του Super Cup o Ολυμπιακός!". sport-fm.gr (in Greek). Online. Retrieved 11 September 2022.
  5. ^ https://ehfec.eurohandball.com/men/2023-24/clubs/details/QxIjJUr5-reBO0Une6diEQ/olympiacos-sfp/
  6. ^ "Eurotopteam, classement européen des clubs de Handball".