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The first version of this article has been based in the text of el:Α.Π.Σ. Θύελλα of the Greek Wikipedia published under the GFDL.Thyella (Greek: Α.Π.Σ. Θύελλα A.P.S. Thyella) is an athletic club in Patras in the Achaia prefecture.
Thyella Rafina Football Club is a Greek football club based in Rafina, Attica, Greece. The club was founded in 1957.
Thyella Filotas Football Club is a Greek football club based in Filotas, Florina, Greece. The club was founded in 1952.
Thiella Dromolaxia is a Cypriot association football club based in Dromolaxia, located in the Nicosia District. Its colours are red and blue.
Thyella Kamari Football Club is a Greek football club based in Kamari, Cyclades, Greece.
Ethnikos Piraeus is a Greek multisport club based in Piraeus. It was founded in 1923.
Ethnikos Piraeus 1923 Football Club is a Greek football club based in Piraeus. The club was official formed in 1923 as Ethnikos Omilos Filathlon Piraeus Faliro (existed since 1922 unofficially), and played its first competitive match in 1923 for the Piraeus Football Clubs Association championship, where they eventually lost their first title competing for from A.P.S.P (Athlikos Podosferikos Somation Pireas).
Ethnikos Piraeus Water Polo Club is the water polo team of Ethnikos Piraeus or Ethnikos OFPF . Ethnikos is one of the most successful water polo clubs in Greece.
Ethnikos Piraeus B.C. is the basketball department of the Greek multi-sport club of Ethnikos Piraeus or Ethnikos OFPF . It is based in Piraeus, which is located in the Athens urban area, and its home is the Panagiotis Salpeas Gymnasium.
Ethnikos Piraeus Volleyball Club is the volleyball department of the Greek multisport club of Ethnikos Piraeus, based in Piraeus. It is one of the oldest sport sections of the club with presence since 1920s.
The Thyella class of destroyers were ordered by the Royal Hellenic Navy before World War I when the Greek government embarked on a naval buildup after losing the Greco-Turkish War of 1897. These four ships were ordered from Britain in 1905 and were among the last vessels built at the Yarrow shipyard at Cubitt Town, London, before its move to the Clyde.
Thyella is a Greek word about the storm.