Andy Vlahos was a forward and winger who played with South Melboure in two different stints, first in the National Soccer League, and then over a decade later in the Victorian Premier League.

Prior to joining South, Vlahos had played in the NSL with [Heidelberg United]], Collingwood Warriors, and Carlton, before embarking on an unsuccessful attempt at playing in Greece.

Returning from Greece, Vlahos joined South in late January 2000, and scored on his debut against Sydney Olympic.[1] Vlahos left South after the 2000-2001 NSL Grand Final, joining Mike Petersen at Football Kingz.

After a stint in Belgium, Vlahos played in the inaugural season of the A-League with Melbourne Victory, before dropping into the Victorian leagues where he had stints with Heidelberg, Hume City (whom he aslo coached), and Heidelberg again, from which he re-joined South midway through the 2012 season.[2]

Vlahos played with South for about year, until the arrival of [Chris Taylor]] as coach halfway through 2013 saw Vlahos eventually depart the club.

After leaving South for a second time, it is unclear where Vlahos ended up playing in the immediate seasons following his departure, if indeed he did so; however, in 2016, he did play for Fitzroy City.[3]


Arrived from: AO Agios Nikolaos  (first stint), Heidelberg United (second stint)

Departed to: Football Kingz (first stint), ??? (second stint)

Debut: NSL Round 18, 1999-2000, against [[Sydney Olympic], Bob Jane Stadium

Last game: VPL Round 15, 2013, against Dandenong Thunder, Lakeside Stadium


Season League Oceania Club C. World Club C. Dockerty Cup Total
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
1999-2000 9 2 - - - - - - 9 2
2000-2001 30 13 - - - - - - 30 13
2012 9 2 - - - - 0 0 9 2
2013 13 2 - - - - 2 1 15 3
Total 61 19 0 0 0 0 2 1 63 20


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