Anagennisi Karditsa

Anagennisi Karditsa (Greek: Αναγέννηση Καρδίτσας) is a Greek association football club based in the city of Karditsa, Greece.

The club currently competes in Gamma Ethniki North, Greece's third-tier football league.


The club was formed in 1904 in the southwestern Thessalian city of Karditsa as the football department of the multisport club ASA (Greek: Αθλητικός Σύλλογος Αναγέννησης - Athlitikos Syllogos Anagennisis), the Anagennisi Athletic Association. The name of the club, Anagennisi, comes from the Greek word for Rebirth.

When the Greek football league became professional in 1979, the football department of ASA was reformed as a Football Public Limited Company, or PAE (Greek: ΠΑΕ - Ποδοσφαιρική Ανώνυμη Εταιρία - Podosferiki Anonymi Eteria) and continued to compete as PAE Anagennisi Karditsas, FC Anagennisi of Karditsa.


Anagennisi Karditsa currently plays its home games at the Ethniko Stadion, located in the eastern part of Karditsa. Club training facilities are located in the nearby southern borough of Rousso.

Affiliated Clubs

AEK Athens FC

Notable Coaches

Andreas Stamatiadis 1973/74

Anagennisi Karditsa

Full name PAE Anagennisi Karditsas

(FC Anagennisi of Karditsa)

Nickname(s) Asa (ASA)

Kitrinomavri (Yellow-Blacks)

Founded 1904
Ground Ethniko Stadion Karditsas
Karditsa, Greece
Capacity 6500
Chairman Makis Tzatzos
Manager Vaios Karagiannis
League 3rd Division North


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