|Current Team:||Greece national football team|
|Birth Day:||June 12, 1973|
|Birth Place:||Athens, Greece|
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He received his training with the Panionios youth academy; he and the team won a Greek Cup in 1998 before he left.
Takis Fyssas plays for the team Greece national football team
He signed for Athens giants Panathinaikos in 1998. The increased exposure Fyssas received playing at the Spiros Louis ensured a rapid elevation to the Greek national side and he made his debut against Finland in 1999. Fyssas also made his first UEFA Champions League appearance while with the Greens, in the 2000–01 season.
In December 2003, he moved to Lisbon with Benfica, where he was to stay for a season and a half, helping Benfica claim the 2003–04 Portuguese Cup and 2004–05 Primeira Liga. On 25 January 2004, he was on the bench for a 1–0 away win against Vitória de Guimarães, a game overshadowed by the sudden death of his teammate Miklós Fehér. He scored a goal on the final of Portuguese Cup that season, that gave them the victory against FC Porto.
After being allowed to leave Benfica in the summer of 2005, Fyssas made the surprise decision to move to Scotland with Hearts, despite reported interest from England and Germany. He collected his fourth career winners medal in his first season with the Tynecastle side, when they defeated Gretna in the 2005–06 Scottish Cup final. His first and only Hearts goal came in a league game against Motherwell on 9 December 2006. He became a popular member of the Hearts team and will always be remembered fondly for his celebrations after clinching a place in the UEFA Champions League. He left the Edinburgh club at the end of the 2006–07 season to move back to Panathinaikos.
Fyssas after his retirement entered into the staff of the Greek national team, helping Otto Rehhagel for the 2010 FIFA World Cup and the new coach Fernando Santos after Rehhagel retired in 2010.
In May 2019 Fyssas, was nominated as a candidate for Greece's New Democracy Party, and started his career in politics.
Currently, Takis Fyssas is 49 years, 0 months and 14 days old. Takis Fyssas will celebrate 50th birthday on a Monday 12th of June 2023.
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