Results

Australia FFA Cup Qualifying 05/17 09:00 - Monaro Panthers v Canberra Olympic D 3-3
Australia Capital Territory Premier League 05/14 05:00 6 [2] Canberra Olympic v Monaro Panthers [4] L 1-4
Australia Capital Territory Premier League 05/07 05:00 5 [3] Canberra Olympic v Cooma Tigers [4] W 4-2
Australia Capital Territory Premier League 04/30 05:00 4 [6] Belconnen United v Canberra Olympic [6] W 1-3
Australia FFA Cup Qualifying 04/28 08:30 - Belconnen United v Canberra Olympic W 1-4
Australia Capital Territory Premier League 04/23 05:00 3 [4] Canberra Olympic v West Canberra Wanderers FC [8] W 3-1
Australia Capital Territory Premier League 04/14 09:30 1 [7] Canberra Olympic v Canberra Croatia FC [5] L 0-8
Australia Capital Territory Premier League 04/09 05:00 2 [7] O'Connor Knights v Canberra Olympic [6] L 6-2
Australia Capital Territory Premier League 04/02 04:00 1 Canberra Olympic v Canberra Croatia FC - PPT.
Australia Capital Territory Premier League 08/28 08:25 20 Canberra Croatia FC v Canberra Olympic - PPT.
Australia Capital Territory Premier League 08/21 05:00 19 Canberra Olympic v Cooma Tigers - PPT.
Australia Capital Territory Premier League 08/15 05:00 18 West Canberra Wanderers FC v Canberra Olympic - PPT.

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 18 10 8
Wins 7 3 4
Draws 2 1 1
Losses 9 6 3
Goals for 33 16 17
Goals against 44 26 18
Clean sheets 2 1 1
Failed to score 2 1 1

Wikipedia - Canberra Olympic FC

Canberra Olympic FC is an Australian semi-professional Association football club based in the suburb of O'Connor in the north of Canberra, Australian Capital Territory. The club was founded in 1956, and currently competes in the National Premier Leagues Capital Football.

History

Olympic was founded in the early 1950s by the local Greek community of Canberra. Formally the name Olympic was decided in a General Meeting of players and committee members in 1956 with the alternative name AEK losing out in the vote.

Olympic have won the ACT top division league (premiership) on seven occasions under the names Canberra Olympic, Olympic and Downer Olympic. The most recent title was the NPL Capital Football premiership in 2017.

In addition to this, Olympic have won six grand finals (championship). The most recent being 2016 NPL Capital Football Grand Final, defeating Canberra FC 3-0 at Deakin Stadium in front of 2,782 people.

In 1980, as Downer Olympic, the club won their closest premiership ahead of Croatia Deakin (now Canberra FC) by one goal. After 21 games both clubs finished on 32 points and had scored 53 goals with Olympic claiming the title on the back of their superior defence with the side conceding only 16 goals compared to Deakin's 17.

Canberra Olympic have succeeded in winning the premiership and championship 'double' three times in the club's history in 1993 1994 and 2016. In 1993, Olympic won the premiership by three points ahead of Southern Cross while they beat the same opposition in the grand final on penalties 8-7. In 1994, Olympic finished first in the league ahead of Tuggeranong United while they beat Tuggers in the grand final 3-1.

In 2016, Canberra Olympic won the premiership by three points ahead of Cooma FC, while they beat Canberra FC 3-0 in the Grand Final.

On 18 June 2016, Canberra Olympic qualified for their first FFA Cup with a 3-1 victory over Cooma FC in the 2016 ACT Federation Cup final, played at Deakin Stadium.

Canberra Olympic advanced to the 2016 FFA Cup semi finals as the last remaining NPL club in the cup that year, before being defeated by A-League side Sydney FC 3-0 at Viking Park in front of a ground record 5,581 crowd. On the way to the semi finals Olympic advanced past Surfers Paradise Apollo SC 1-0 (round 32), Redlands United FC 2-0 (round 16) and Green Gully SC 1-0 (quarter finals) at Deakin Stadium.

In 2017, Canberra Olympic won the premiership by 11 points ahead of the FFA Centre of Excellence, only losing one game during the regular season.

In 2017, Canberra Olympic qualified for their second successive FFA Cup with victory over Tuggeranong FC in the 2017 ACT Federation Cup final, played at Deakin Stadium.

Canberra Olympic lost their 2017 FFA Cup Round of 32 play off to Sorrento FC in Perth 1-0.