|Birth Day:||November 23, 1946|
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He played his youth career with PAOK from 1958 until 1963; he debuted in 1963 with PAOK's first team; he would play with the team until 1984, making 504 appearances and scoring 134 goals.
Born in Agios Pavlos, Thessaloniki, Koudas began playing football for PAOK where he made his first-team debut in December 1963, aged 17. Koudas, nicknamed Alexander the Great, spent his entire football career with PAOK, making 504 appearances in the Alpha Ethniki from 1963 to 1984, and 607 appearances in all competitions (PAOK all-time records). Koudas won two out of nine Greek Cup finals he appeared in and in the 1972 Cup final, he scored both goals as PAOK defeated Panathinaikos 2–1 and earned their first domestic title in club's history.
He retired in 1984, aged 37, serving for over 20 years at PAOK.
After he had retired, Koudas made a final appearance for the national team in a friendly against Yugoslavia on 20 September 1995. That made him the oldest international player (at age 48) until George Weah (at age 51) beat the record in September 2018.
Currently, Giorgos Koudas is 75 years, 10 months and 13 days old. Giorgos Koudas will celebrate 76th birthday on a Wednesday 23rd of November 2022.
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