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In they achieved the rare feat of winning all possible official titles on offer that year. They completed the quadruple by winning the Paraguayan championship, Copa Libertadores , the Copa Interamericana and Intercontinental Cup.
Olimpia was founded on July 25, , being the oldest football team in Paraguay. That evening, three names for the club were suggested: Paraguay, Esparta and Olimpia.
The final decision came to William Paats who chose "Club Olimpia" as the team official name, in honor of the Greek city of Olympia where the Olympic Games were born.
The original kit was composed of a black shirt with the word "Olimpia" written in white across the chest and white shorts.
Later, white and black were adopted as the colours for the team, with a white shirt with a horizontal black stripe.
The alternate jersey is black with a white stripe, though in the stripe is vertical. After a few championships won during the s, Olimpia's next big accomplishment were the three championships in a row in , , becoming the first Paraguayan team to win three consecutive titles.
Olimpia repeated the same feat by becoming champions in , , The s presented a rough time for Olimpia with bad results for most of the decade; but despite that Olimpia won two titles and After the unpleasant times in the s decade Olimpia started to establish its dominance in the Paraguayan league when Manuel Ferreira Sosa assumed the presidency of the club in the mids.
During Ferreira's presidency the football stadium, Estadio Manuel Ferreira , was built. However, the most important accomplishment made by Ferreira was the acquisition of several key players that led Olimpia to a record five consecutive championships, from to with an undefeated championship in The new president hired coach Luis Cubilla , who in led Olimpia to its first international cup win when the club defeated Boca Juniors of Argentina in the Copa Libertadores final.
That result allowed Olimpia to play their effective defensive scheme in the famous La Bombonera stadium in the second leg, ending the match in a 0—0 draw that gave the Paraguayan side its first Copa Libertadores.
Olimpia's success was not limited to the international scene: After the Copa Libertadores win, fans were starving for more continental success.
For that matter, the club's president, Osvaldo Dominguez Dibb, decided to make a financial effort to bring Raul Vicente Amarilla , a Paraguayan striker that had proven his quality in the Spanish league over the years.
Not content with the Libertadores win itself, Olimpia went on to win the Supercopa Sudamericana , a tournament reserved only for the best teams in South America.
They did this by defeating Nacional de Montevideo in the finals with a 6—3 aggregate score. Because Olimpia won both the Libertadores and Supercopa in the same year, they automatically won the Recopa Sudamericana of The achievement of all the mentioned international titles in and established Olimpia as one of the most respected and traditional teams in South American football.
In Olimpia reached the Copa Libertadores final for the third time in a row but lost the finals against Colo-Colo. On July 25, Olimpia celebrated its centenary.
This was not only an historic date in Olimpia's history because of the centenary, but it marked the year where Olimpia obtained its third Copa Libertadores.
Coach Nery Alberto Pumpido was at the helm. Olimpia also won the Recopa Sudamericana played in by defeating San Lorenzo de Almagro of Argentina 2—0 in the final.
As in , Olimpia lost the Intercontinental Cup final, this time against the powerful Real Madrid by a score of 0—2. A deep slump followed the successful international period of — Olimpia has failed to qualify for the Copa Libertadores consistently in the last few years, and has not won the local tournament since Coaches have come and gone, most failing to lift Olimpia to any glory.
His tenure did not last long, as Olimpia were unable to win the championship. For the Clausura tournament, former star player Alicio Solalinde was back at the helm.
Though his record was not bad, he was replaced by Carlos Jara Saguier halfway through the tournament. A fourth-place finish in the global tabulation adding both Apertura and Clausura tournaments has allowed Olimpia to return to international play in the Copa Sudamericana of after 4 years of absence.
Oscar Scavone was president from At the ends of the year , the Club Olimpia had their internal elections, that is usually made every two years.
The list presided by Marcelo Recanate won the elections and they took control of the Club Olimpia from that same year. The , started very successfully for both the new directive as well as for the club.
A total of twelve new players were incorporated to the first squad, and the youth team got a lot of new players as well as new trainers for each division.
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 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 s.
During the s 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 s and s who were highly competitive.
The Club has tasted success in Cup competitions in more recent times winning the Statewide Cup in and Pre-season Cups in , and From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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