Chris Triantis (born 12 October 1987 in Sydney) is an Australian football (soccer) player who currently plays for the Sydney Olympic FC.
Born in Sydney, the eldest of ten children, Triantis attended his father's alma mater, Newington College (2002–2004). At 16 he left school and took up a scholarship in France with FC Metz, where he played in the reserves.
On 22 August 2008 he signed with Sydney FC's inaugural National Youth League side. He captained the side to the 2009 National Youth League championship in 2-0 win against Adelaide United. However he was unable to stay with the youth side due to being overage for the next season.
On 10 March 2009 he returned to his previous club Sydney Olympic FC.
On 7 August 2009 he was signed by the Newcastle Jets. He was given a shock starting berth for the Jets opening game of the 2009-2010 season, given that he had not made any senior A-League appearances previously, and had only been signed the day before the game. On 26 July 2010 Triantis made his first appearance for English club Oxford United as a trialist. He played against Brackley Town and lost 1-0 with the team.
With Sydney FC:
National Youth League Championship: 2008-2009
^ Triantis ready for Sydney United threat
^ Mediawatch Thread
^ Sydney Set To Sign Triantis
^ Sydney Youth take title
^ Olympic welcome back Chris Triantis
^ Jets Sign Cover Man Triantis
^ Shock Jets start for Chris Triantis
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