Hellenic Football Federation sends official request to hold Greek Cup final in Australia


By Bill Roumeliotis.

Peter Filopoulos from the Football Federation Australia (FFA) has confirmed to The Greek Herald the organisation has received an official request from the Hellenic Football Federation (EPO) to hold the Greek Cup final in Australia.

Mr Filopoulos, who is the Head of Marketing, Communications and Corporate Affairs at the FFA, said the EPO have asked to hold the Cup final in May this year.

“We have responded to the EPO and said we are positive towards every proposal but we want to know more details,” Mr Filopoulos told The Greek Herald.

Mr Filopoulos added that the FFA have also informed the Victorian Government of the EPO’s proposal, with the hopes of hosting the Greek Cup final in Melbourne.

“We are now waiting for the EPO’s response and will decide from there,” he said.

Mr Filopoulos concluded by revealing to The Greek Herald that he will also be visiting Greece in June this year to hold discussions with the EPO about potential collaborations between the FFA and local Greek football players.




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