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1945–46 Panhellenic Championship
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6 Piraeus Football Clubs Association
The Piraeus Football Clubs Association (Greek: Ένωση Ποδοσφαιρικών Σωματείων Πειραιώς, abbreviated E.P.S.P. was founded in 1925 after the termination of E.P.S. Athens-Piraeus. It was the second largest football association in Greece and was officially recognized by FIFA alongside E.P.S. Athens, as the Hellenic Football Federation had not been established at the time. After the establishment of Alpha Ethniki it became the Piraeus Football Clubs Association for amateurs.More
The championship was won by Aris for their 3rd title. Innitialy, with the completion of all 6 matches, Aris held the first place in the standings. But then the HFF accepted the objections of his opponents for illegal use of the player Siotis (which he played in two clubs at the same season), awarding 2-0 in their favor, the last 3 of his 4 games (an away draw against AEK Athens and home wins against Olympiacos and AEK), while at the same time zeroed the club of Thessaloniki for those games. For a few days, the ranking was formed with the declaration of the AEK as champion by the HFF and Aris bringing the issue to its general assembly. In the end, Aris was vindicated in the appeal and won the title. The point system was: Win: 3 points - Draw: 2 points - Loss: 1 point.
a. ^ The ranking was formed based on the goal ratio.
The championship was interrupted when on May 19, 1946 and without the completion of the 15th matchday, while there were also postponed and replay matches. The HFF declared the champions of Athens, Piraeus and Macedonia the first clubs of the standings to participate in the final round of the Panhellenic championship.