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    FAQ for PAOK Thessaloniki

Why is there an eagle in the PAOK club logo ?

The first PAOK (and AEK) fans were refugies from Minor Asia and Konstantinoupoli (Istanbul, Turkey) when these parts of turkey where Greek territory.

The letter 'K' in PAOK (and AEK) stands for Konstantinoupolis. Both teams PAOK and AEK share the same symbol, the double-head eagle which was the symbol of the Byzantine Empire and the city of Konstantinoupoli.

    FAQ for AEK Athens

Why is there an eagle in the AEK club logo ?

The first PAOK (and AEK) fans were refugies from Minor Asia and Konstantinoupoli (Istanbul, Turkey) when these parts of turkey where Greek territory.

The letter 'K' in AEK (and PAOK) stands for Konstantinoupolis. Both teams AEK and PAOK share the same symbol, the double-head eagle which was the symbol of the Byzantine Empire and the city of Konstantinoupoli.

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