Fixtures

NPL, Tasmanie 06/03 10:00 9 Olympia Warriors vs Clarence Zebras FC - View
NPL, Tasmanie 06/18 04:30 10 Devonport City vs Olympia Warriors - View
NPL, Tasmanie 06/25 06:00 11 Olympia Warriors vs Riverside Olympic - View
NPL, Tasmanie 07/01 09:00 12 Olympia Warriors vs Kingborough Lions United - View
NPL, Tasmanie 07/09 04:30 13 Glenorchy Knights vs Olympia Warriors - View
NPL, Tasmanie 07/16 06:30 14 Launceston City vs Olympia Warriors - View

Résultats

NPL, Tasmanie 05/21 04:00 8 [5] South Hobart v Olympia Warriors [7] L 7-0
NPL, Tasmanie 05/14 06:30 7 [4] Launceston City v Olympia Warriors [7] L 4-2
FFA Cup, Tour préliminaire, Australie-Méridionale 05/07 04:00 - Northern Rangers v Hobart Olympia W 0-3
NPL, Tasmanie 04/30 08:30 6 [7] Olympia Warriors v Glenorchy Knights [3] L 0-5
NPL, Tasmanie 04/25 08:30 5 [6] Kingborough Lions United v Olympia Warriors [7] L 5-1
FFA Cup, Tour préliminaire, Australie-Méridionale 04/18 04:00 - New Town Eagles v Hobart Olympia W 3-5
NPL, Tasmanie 04/09 04:30 4 [8] Riverside Olympic v Olympia Warriors [7] W 0-5
NPL, Tasmanie 04/02 03:30 3 [7] Olympia Warriors v Devonport City [4] L 0-4
NPL, Tasmanie 03/26 07:30 2 [7] Olympia Warriors v Clarence Zebras FC [6] L 0-3
NPL, Tasmanie 03/18 09:00 1 Olympia Warriors v South Hobart L 0-5
Australia Friendlies 03/05 07:00 - Kingborough Lions United v Olympia Warriors L 4-3
Australia Friendlies 03/02 09:00 - Olympia Warriors v South Hobart L 1-4

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 29 14 15
Wins 5 1 4
Draws 2 1 1
Losses 22 12 10
Goals for 36 11 25
Goals against 81 41 40
Clean sheets 3 0 3
Failed to score 13 8 5

Wikipedia - Olympia FC Warriors

Olympia Football Club Warriors, known as Olympia FC Warriors, is a professional association football club based in Hobart, Australia. The club competes in the NPL Tasmania and WSL Tasmania. The club also fields teams in all junior and youth divisions. Olympia play their home games at Empire Couriers Park, formally known as Warrior Park, in Warrane, Tasmania.

History

Olympia was formed in 1960 as "The Grecians", and for the most part of their history have been predominantly represented by players of ethnic Greek background. The club headquarters are located at the Hobart Hellenic Club. In 1958 they changed their name to "Olympia" a name which they kept unchanged until 1997, when ethnic affiliations were removed from Australian football. Unwilling to completely depart from their Greek association, the club simply changed 'Olympia' to 'Olympic'. In October 2009 after a revamped new Board, newly elected President George Mamacas started making immediate changes to the ailing club. They reverted to their former ethnically-affiliated name 'Olympia', and added the epithet 'Warriors', as well as adopting a new logo featuring a Spartan warrior's helmet also replacing the 50-year-old shield with a map of the island State of Tasmania to further celebrate the Greek Australian heritage. This decision was made ahead of the club's fiftieth anniversary celebrations, and taken with the full blessing of Football Federation Tasmania.

Olympia have been one of the more successful Tasmanian club, winning the State Championship on seven occasions, although they have struggled to emulate the glory of the 1960s. During the 1960s they won 5 consecutive state championship, 5 Southern titles, 2 Ampol Cup wins, 3 Falkinder Cup wins and 2 Association Cup wins.

Olympia built strong teams throughout the 1980s and 1990s who were highly competitive. The Club has tasted success in Cup competitions in more recent times winning the Statewide Cup in 2013 and Pre-season Cups in 2013, 2014 and 2015. It won the Tasmanian Victory League (State Champions) in 2015.