| (1950-09-03) 3 September 1950 (age 65)|
Anthimos Kapsis Wikipedia
Anthimos Kapsis (Greek: Άνθιμος Καψής; born 3 September 1950) is a Greek former International footballer who played as a sweeper.
Born in Astypalaia, Kapsis's family moved to Keratsini when he was young. Kapsis played for the Panathinaikos FC from 1969 until 1984 and was a member of that team when it played in Wembley Stadium, located in London, England, in the 1971 European Cup Final.
Kapsis was capped thirty-six times by the Greece national football team and was a member of the team that competed in Euro 1980. He was also selected to an all-European squad that faced a South American one in a charity game.
He is the father of Michalis Kapsis (born 1973), who is also a football player and was included in the squad of Euro 2004 that went on to win the tournament.