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Georgios "Giourkas" Seitaridis (Greek: Γεώργιος "Γιούρκας" Σεϊταρίδης [ʝeˈorʝioz ˈʝurkas seitaˈriðis]; born 4 June 1981) is a Greek retired footballer who played as a right-sided full-back and occasionally as a central defender.[1] He has last played in 2013 for Greek Superleague side Panathinaikos, having played previously at PAS Giannina, Porto, Dynamo Moscow and Atlético Madrid. He is a former member of the Greece national football team, for which he made a total of 72 international appearances, scoring one goal.[2] He was part of their team which won Euro 2004, for which he was voted into the Team of the Tournament.

"Giourkas" means "Giorgos" in the Pontic Greek dialect and is his grandfather's name.[3] Both his grandfather and father, Dimitris Seitaridis, were footballers and eventually managers.[4]

Giourkas Seitaridis
Seitaridis 2008.jpg
Seitaridis playing for Greece in 2008
Personal information
Full name Georgios Seitaridis
Date of birth 4 June 1981 (age 39)
Place of birth Piraeus, Greece
Height 1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)
Position(s) Right back, Centre-back
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1998–2001 PAS Giannina 40 (5)
2001–2004 Panathinaikos 77 (1)
2004–2005 Porto 23 (0)
2005–2006 Dynamo Moscow 8 (0)
2006–2009 Atlético Madrid 59 (0)
2009–2013 Panathinaikos 41 (0)
Total 248 (6)
National team
2002–2010 Greece 72 (1)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 20:43, 13 May 2013 (UTC)
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 13:00, 10 April 2012 (UTC)

Club career
PAS Giannina

Of Pontic Greek heritage, Seitaridis started his professional career with northern Greek side PAS Giannina, nicknamed Ajax of Epirus, in 1997, becoming an important right full-back for the club. Seitaridis helped the team towards the promotion of the Super League 2 in the 1999–2000 at the Greek Superleague.[5] He made a total of 40 league appearances with PAS Giannina, scoring 5 goals.

He was soon spotted by Athens-based club Panathinaikos, and on 12 January 2001 he signed a 5-year contract with them for a total fee of 300 million drachmas.[6] He quickly established himself as a regular player for the team and at the age of 22 he won his first silverware by helping Panathinaikos do the double at the 2003–04 season, winning the 2003–04 Alpha Ethniki and the Greek Cup against rivals Olympiacos.[7]

He scored his first European goal against Manchester United on 7 March 2001, in a game for the second group stage of the 2000–01 UEFA Champions League.[8] In September of the same year, he was named Greek Young Footballer of 2001, along with Pantelis Kafes and Angelos Charisteas.[9]

On 11 June 2004, a day before the eventually successful UEFA Euro 2004 campaign for Greece, it was rumored that Seitaridis signed for Portuguese side, and at the time Champions League holders, F.C. Porto, for a transfer fee of €3 million.[10] However, the official announcement was made on 26 July 2004, almost a month and a half later, with rumors linking him to Real Madrid in the meantime.[11][12] He helped the Dragões win the Portuguese SuperCup and Intercontinental Cup of that year.[13][14]
Dynamo Moscow

On 23 May 2005, he was sold to Russian side Dynamo Moscow for €10 million,[15] following the footsteps of ex-Porto teammates Derlei, Costinha, Maniche and Thiago Silva, who also moved to the Russian club the same year.[16][17] Soon however, Seitaridis began to show his discomfort at the club, failing to settle in Moscow,[18] and claimed the reasons he wanted to leave was that the weather was different from his native Greece and that he could not adapt to the cold.[19] In his one-year spell at the club, he only managed to make 8 league appearances before deciding to leave.[20]
Atlético Madrid

On 16 June 2006 he was transferred to Atlético Madrid for a fee of €12 million,[21] being the second Greek footballer to play for Atlético after striker Demis Nikolaidis.[22] The latter was the one who convinced him to join the club, together with his ex-Dynamo teammate Costinha who joined Atlético the same year.[23] Seitaridis was sent off in the first half of his debut game, in the La Liga opening match away to Racing Santander on 27 August 2006.[24] On 15 October 2006, he received his second red card only six games into the season, as he was cautioned twice in a home league game against Recreativo Huelva.[25]

He scored his first goal for Atlético the following year, on 21 July 2007, in a game against Gloria Bistriţa for the Intertoto Cup.[26] In November 2007, Seitaridis damaged his achilles tendon in a match against UD Almería, which meant he needed to undergo surgery.[27] His period of absence was initially evaluated at about six weeks, but he was ready two and a half months later, in April 2008.[27][28] Due to his injury problem, he only managed to make 14 league appearances for Atlético in the 2007–08 season.[29]

The 2008–09 season did not start well for Seitaridis, as he lost his place in the first team to new signings Tomáš Ujfaluši and John Heitinga, and his heavy contract meant that Atlético was looking to sell him.[30] Despite that, Seitaridis was a starter in Atlético's opening game, in a 4–0 victory over Málaga CF,[31] and went on to make 14 league appearances that season. On 29 April 2009 however, him and teammate Maniche were suspended by Atlético's president Enrique Cerezo because they failed to appear in an Atlético home match against Sporting Gijón despite not being included in the 18-man squad.[32][33] Two weeks later on 13 May 2009, it was announced that Seitaridis was released by Atlético a year before his contract was to expire, with a statement on the club's official website reading "Seitaridis is therefore free to negotiate with other clubs who may be interested in signing him".[33]
Return to Panathinaikos

On 10 September 2009, the last day of the Greek transfer period for free agent players, Seitaridis signed a 4-year deal with Panathinaikos, returning to the team after five years.[34] It soon became apparent that Giourkas was unfit and was struggling to re-establish himself due to frequent injuries,[35] missing most of the 2009–10 season's matches. However, on 21 March 2010, he surprisingly returned to the line-up for the big derby against rivals Olympiacos,[36] and despite their defeat, Panathinaikos managed to end the season positively by winning the double.[37] Seitaridis himself didn't appear at the 2009–10 Greek Cup final against Aris Thessaloniki due to injury,[38] but made 2 appearances on the road to the final.

The 2010–11 season started well for Seitaridis, being a starter at Panathinaikos' opening league fixture against Skoda Xanthi on 27 August 2010 and giving a good performance.[39] However, another muscle injury[40] meant that Seitaridis would return at a league game against Panserraikos two months later, on 4 December.[41] Due to the player's poor condition he was placed on the transfer list in January 2011,[42] but despite various offers from foreign teams during the summer transfer period,[43] he stayed at Panathinaikos.

The 2011–12 season was even more disappointing for him, as he was only used for 45 minutes in an away game against Atromitos, where he was substituted at half-time due to poor performance.[44] He played for a second time in an away game against Asteras Tripoli, staying on the pitch a full 90 minutes.[45]

The 2012–13 season started well for Seitaridis, playing as a starter in the first three league matches at the beginning of the season. He also contributed with one assist in Panathinaikos' 2012–13 UEFA Europa League group stage match against Tottenham Hotspur, which ended 1–1.[46]

At the summer of 2013 he didn't renew his contract and left the club.
International career
Youth career

Seitaridis is a former Greece under-21 international,[4] making his debut on 6 October 2000, in a 2002 UEFA Under-21 Championship qualifier against Finland under-21.[47] He participated at the finals of the 2002 UEFA Under-21 Championship in Switzerland,[48] where his team was eliminated from the group stage, having collected one point in three games.[49]
First steps & UEFA Euro 2004

Seitaridis made his international debut with the senior team on 13 February 2002, in an international friendly match against Sweden.[48][50] He helped Greece qualify to the UEFA Euro 2004 in Portugal for the second time in history,[51] and was also one of the key players during Greece's successful campaign, a win that shocked the footballing world as Greece were considered outsiders before the tournament started.[52] Seitaridis won a penalty at the first match against Portugal as he was knocked down by Cristiano Ronaldo.[53] In the final, he also won the important corner by playing the ball in the center which was blocked from Cristiano Ronaldo. Overall his contributions for the victorious team were recognised by naming him as part of the 23-man UEFA 2004 All-Star squad, together with fellow Greek players Antonis Nikopolidis, Traianos Dellas, Theodoros Zagorakis and Angelos Charisteas.[54]
FIFA Confederations Cup 2005

As a result of Greece's Euro 2004 win, they qualified to the 2005 FIFA Confederations Cup in Germany as European champions. Giourkas Seitaridis was a member of the 23-man squad.[55]
UEFA Euro 2008 & 2010 FIFA World Cup

He scored his first international goal on 2 June 2007 against Hungary in a Euro 2008 qualifying match,[48][56] helping the Greek national team to qualify to the UEFA Euro 2008 championship. He played twice in the disappointing Euro 2008 campaign for Greece,[57] having been injured during the second game against Russia.[58]

Despite concerns about his fitness,[59] Greece national manager Otto Rehhagel called Seitaridis in his 23-man squad for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.[60] He only played for 90 minutes in the first game of the group stage against South Korea, losing 2–0.[1][61] After this game, Seitaridis played two consecutive European and a World Cup with Greece national football team.
Career statistics

As of 13 May 2013[62][63]

Club performance League Cup Continental Others Total
Season Club League Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Greece League Greek Cup Europe Others Total
1998–99 PAS Giannina Beta Ethniki 6 0 6 0
1999–00 24 3 24 3
2000–01 Alpha Ethniki 10 2 10 2
2000–01 Panathinaikos Alpha Ethniki 12 0 2 1 14 1
2001–02 19 0 1 0 7 0 27 0
2002–03 25 0 2 0 2 0 29 0
2003–04 21 0 6 0 8 0 35 0
Portugal League Portuguese Cup Europe Others Total
2004–05 Porto Primeira Liga 23 0 2 0 11 0 36 0
Russia League Russian Cup Europe Others Total
2005 Dynamo Moscow Premier League 8 0 8 0
2006 0 0 0 0
Spain League Copa del Rey Europe Others Total
2006–07 Atlético Madrid La Liga 31 0 2 0 33 0
2007–08 14 0 4 1 18 1
2008–09 14 0 2 0 4 0 20 0
Greece League Greek Cup Europe Playoffs Total
2009–10 Panathinaikos Superleague Greece 8 0 2 0 10 0
2010–11 7 0 2 0 9 0
2011–12 2 0 1 0 3 0
2012–13 24 0 3 0 5 0 1 0 33 0
Career total 248 5 22 0 43 2 2 0 315 7

International goals

Goal Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition Ref
1 2 June 2007 Pankritio Stadium, Heraklion, Greece  Hungary 2–0 2–0 Euro 2008 qualifying


PAS Giannina
Super League 2: 1999–2000
Superleague Greece:2003–04, 2009–10
Greek Cup: 2003–04, 2009–10
Portuguese Super Cup: 2004
Intercontinental Cup: 2004
UEFA Super Cup Runner-up: 2004



European Championship: 2004


Greek Young Footballer of the year: 2001
UEFA European Championship Team of the Tournament: 2004


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""Έκλεισε" στην Πόρτο για 3 χρόνια ο Σεϊταρίδης (Porto "captured" Seitaridis for 3 years)" (in Greek). in.gr. 11 June 2004.
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"Ο Ντάρμπισιρ χάλασε το... πάρτι του Παναθηναϊκού στο κατάμεστο ΟΑΚΑ (Derbyshire ruined Panathinaikos' party at full OAKA)" (in Greek). in.gr. 21 March 2010.
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"ΠΑΟ... για ενίσχυση και ξεσκαρτάρισμα του ρόστερ (PAO vows for improvement and cleanup of the roster)" (in Greek). in.gr. 22 December 2010.
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"Ο Σουμ έδιωξε τον Γκούμα και άφησε τον Ολισαντέμπε να ξεκουραστεί (Soum expelled Goumas and let Olizadebe rest)" (in Greek). in.gr. 6 May 2004.

External links

Giourkas Seitaridis – UEFA competition record
FootballDatabase.com statistics for Giourkas Seitaridis



UEFA Euro 2004 Team of the Tournament

Czech Republic Petr Čech Greece Antonios Nikopolidis


England Ashley Cole England Sol Campbell Portugal Ricardo Carvalho Greece Traianos Dellas Sweden Olof Mellberg Greece Giourkas Seitaridis Italy Gianluca Zambrotta


Germany Michael Ballack Portugal Luís Figo England Frank Lampard Portugal Maniche Czech Republic Pavel Nedvěd Greece Theodoros Zagorakis France Zinedine Zidane


Czech Republic Milan Baroš Greece Angelos Charisteas Sweden Henrik Larsson Netherlands Ruud van Nistelrooy Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo England Wayne Rooney Denmark Jon Dahl Tomasson


Super League Greece Young Player of the Year

1995: Nikolaidis 1996: Liberopoulos 1997: Eleftheropoulos 1998: Karagounis, Konstantinidis & Antzas 1999: Iordanidis 2000: Patsatzoglou & Katsouranis 2001: Seitaridis 2002: Vallas 2003: Mantzios 2004: Tziolis 2005: Lagos 2006: Lagos 2007: Ninis 2008: Papastathopoulos 2009: Koutsianikoulis 2010: Ninis 2011: Fetfatzidis 2012: Vlachodimos 2013: Kaçe 2014: Kolovos 2015: Charisis 2016: Charisis 2017: Retsos 2018: Douvikas 2019: Bouzoukis 2020: Emmanouilidis

Greece squads


Greece squad – UEFA Euro 2004 winners (1st title)

1 Nikopolidis 2 Seitaridis 3 Venetidis 4 Dabizas 5 Dellas 6 Basinas 7 Zagorakis (c) 8 Giannakopoulos 9 Charisteas 10 Tsiartas 11 Nikolaidis 12 Chalkias 13 Katergiannakis 14 Fyssas 15 Vryzas 16 Kafes 17 Georgiadis 18 Goumas 19 Kapsis 20 Karagounis 21 Katsouranis 22 Papadopoulos 23 Lakis Coach: Rehhagel



Greece squad – 2005 FIFA Confederations Cup

1 Nikopolidis 2 Seitaridis 3 Vyntra 4 Tavlaridis 5 Kyrgiakos 6 Basinas 7 Zagorakis (c) 8 Giannakopoulos 9 Charisteas 10 Tsiartas 11 Papadopoulos 12 Chalkias 13 Sifakis 14 Fyssas 15 Vryzas 16 Kafes 17 Amanatidis 18 Goumas 19 Kapsis 20 Karagounis 21 Katsouranis 22 Gekas 23 Lakis Coach: Rehhagel



Greece squad – UEFA Euro 2008

1 Nikopolidis 2 Seitaridis 3 Patsatzoglou 4 Spyropoulos 5 Dellas 6 Basinas (c) 7 Samaras 8 Giannakopoulos 9 Charisteas 10 Karagounis 11 Vyntra 12 Chalkias 13 Tzorvas 14 Salpingidis 15 Torosidis 16 Kyrgiakos 17 Gekas 18 Goumas 19 Antzas 20 Amanatidis 21 Katsouranis 22 Tziolis 23 Liberopoulos Coach: Rehhagel



Greece squad – 2010 FIFA World Cup

1 Chalkias 2 Seitaridis 3 Patsatzoglou 4 Spyropoulos 5 Moras 6 Tziolis 7 Samaras 8 Papadopoulos 9 Charisteas 10 Karagounis (c) 11 Vyntra 12 Tzorvas 13 Sifakis 14 Salpingidis 15 Torosidis 16 Kyrgiakos 17 Gekas 18 Ninis 19 Papastathopoulos 20 Kapetanos 21 Katsouranis 22 Malezas 23 Prittas Coach: Rehhagel


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