Most Successful Greece All-Time Coaches

1. Otto Rehhagel (2001-2010, 106 games)
Born on 09.08.1938 in Essen, Germany, Otto Rehhagel led the Greek National Team to it’s only major honour, the 2004 European Championship in Portugal. He also led the team to the 2008 European Championship Finals in Austria/Switzerland and the 2010 World Cup Finals in South Africa.

2. Fernando Santos (2010-2014, 49 games)
Born on 10.10.1954 in Lisbon, Portugal, Fernando Santos led the Greek National Team to the 2012 European Championship Finals in Poland/Ukraine where Greece reached the quarterfinals and the 2014 World Cup in Brazil where Greece reached the last 16.

3. Alketas Panagoulias (1973-1976, 1977-1981, 1992-1994, 74 games total)
Born on 30.05.1934 in Thessaloniki, Greece, Alketas Panagoulias led the Greek National Team to it’s first ever major tournament finals (1980 European Championship Finals in Italy) and it’s first ever World Cup Finals (1994 World Cup Finals in the U.S.A.). Panagoulias died on 18.06.2012 in Vienna, Virginia, U.S.A.