The Pan-Thessalonian Athletic Club of Constantinopolitans abbreviated P.A.O.K., is a Macedonian sports club in Thessaloniki, Greece. The club is home to several teams, including football, basketball, volleyball, handball, water polo, swimming, wrestling, hockey, and weightlifting. P.A.O.K. was founded in 1926. Because of its crest, it is also known as the 'Two-Headed Eagle of the North', in contrast with AEK Athens, the 'Two-Headed Eagle of the South'. P.A.O.K. is the historical continuation of the Hermes Athletic and Cultural Association from the Pera area of Constantinople, established by Greek residents of the city in 1875. The need for...'