Georgios Seitaridis has won about as many trophies as any of his counterparts in the Greece defence.
The right-back and occasional central defender started his playing days in 1997 with Pas Gianina. After playing his part in their promotion to the Greek Super League, Seitaridis moved to Panathinaikos in 2001, quickly claiming a first-team berth and helping the men in green to a league and cup double.
Impressed by his polished displays at the back on both the domestic and European stage, Porto lured him to the Estadio do Dragao in 2004, where he stayed for one season, winning the Portuguese Super Cup and the Intercontinental Cup in the process. His next stop was Dynamo Moscow, and after a year in Russia he was on his way again, this time to Spain’s Atletico Madrid.
His Rojiblanco career was ruined by injury, however, and in 2009 he made the journey back to Athens and Panathinaikos, where he has since remained.
Joining him at Pana were Konstantinos Katsouranis and Giorgios Karagounis, two of his colleagues in the Greece side that won UEFA EURO 2004.
A former U-21 international, Seitaridis also featured in the team that took part at the FIFA Confederations Cup Germany 2005 and UEFA EURO 2008.