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    Ergotelis FC (Greek: Εργοτέλης) is a Greek football club based in Heraklion, the largest city of the Greek island of Crete. The name itself, Ergotelis, was that of a famous ancient Cretan expatriate Olympic runner Ergoteles of Himera.

    Ergotelis was established on 7 August 1929 in Heraklion as an amateur club of Cretan footballers. The team played in local championships and partly in the national second division in the stadium on Martinengo Bastion. When Greek football was merged between amateur and professional clubs, Ergotelis remained in the amateur league for six years, when the team became professional. Ever since, the Cretan club competed mostly in the fourth and some years in third division of Greece.

    In 2003 Ergotelis gained promotion to the second division (Beta Ethniki) after a 32-year absence. Losing no time, they were promoted to the Greek Super League, after a very difficult 2003–2004 season, and thus becoming the second team to have represented Heraklion in the highest profesional football league in Greece, alongside OFI F.C.. The team failed to avoid relegation in its first season (2004–2005) in the league, and consequently Ergotelis returned to the Beta Ethniki once again. The 2005–06 season saw the team return to good form with Greek manager Nikos Karageorgiou taking over, achieving instant promotion to the Super League after winning the division title. The following season, Ergotelis finished 9th in the Super League, which still marks the club's best finish in the competition since its promotion, a feat they've managed to repeat in the 2008–2009 season.

    After the club's second promotion to the Super League, Ergotelis has avoided relegation altogether, and has gradually grown to a competitive and financially strong team, signing stars such as Maris Verpakovskis and Beto. During this time, Ergotelis has attracted a lot of attention from the Greek media by achieving memorable results against Greece's giants Panathinaikos and Olympiacos, including a 2–3 away competition win in the Athens Olympic Stadium against Panathinaikos on October 29, 2008, and a memorable friendly game celebrating Ergotelis' 80th anniversary on September 6, 2009, against champions Olympiacos which resulted in an astonishing 5–0 win for the Cretans, marking one of the worst defeats in Olympiacos' history and starting a chain of events that ultimately led to the sacking of then Olympiacos coach Temuri Ketsbaia.

    Ergotelis has also been known for promoting young Greek talent in the Super League, and has had its fair share[clarification needed] of players feature for the U-19 and U-21 national football teams. Young Ergotelis star Vasilios Koutsianikoulis' performances in the 2008–2009 season made him the first Ergotelis player to be called-up by Otto Rehhagel for the Greek National Football Team. Koutsianikoulis' subsequent transfer to PAOK F.C. was considered a major success for the Thessaloniki side, and was extensively covered by Greece's media.

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