Kostas Charalampidis

Kostas Charalampidis was born in Thessaloniki, on April 5, 1976, is 1.89m., and following a significant and long career began his next trip as a coach with PAOK.

Kostas Charalampidis has played twice for Makedonikos (1997-2002 and 2004-06), for Olympia Larissa (2002-04), Maroussi (2006-09), Panellinios (2009-10), Aris (2010-11) and KAOD (2011-12), while after finishing his season with KAOD, he joined the Italian Enel Brindisi, winning the A2 championship. He has won the exact same title (A2 Champion) twice in Greece, with the team of Makedonikos (2000 and 2002). He has also played an ULEB Cup final in 2005 and a Eurocup Final Four in 2010, while in 2011 and at the age of 35, he got to wear the National Men’s Team jersey.

Kostas Charalampidis finished his career with PAOK, with whom he began his association in 2012, having won 3rd place of the Greek Championship during the 2013-14 and 2014-15 seasons, though a serious injury did not allow him to play any further.

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