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When does the window close in Greece and in the rest of the countries? What is the situation for single people?

When does the window close in Greece and in the rest of the countries? What is the situation for single people?

The January transfer window has ended in Greece and the free transfer period for footballers begins immediately. What about foreign countries?

The January transfer window for Greece ends on Wednesday, with clubs having just a few hours to conclude deals with other clubs.

The “window” opens on New Year’s Day and closes on January 31 at 11:59 pm, as announced in the summer via “Regulating the ownership and transfer of football playersFrom the European Patent Office.

This means that Greek teams cannot buy players after this date, but can sell players or deal with free agent situations.

What is the situation with singles in Greece?

Greek teams will have more space to bolster their roster with…the usual sideline. The free agent transfer “window” will open on February 1st and will remain open until Friday the 9th.

This means that Greek teams can sign players released by their previous teams until January 31.

When do you close the windows outside?

January 31 is the deadline for many countries, but mostly on other continents. Exceptions are Cyprus, Gibraltar, Luxembourg, San Marino, Malta, Andorra and Albania.

The world's biggest leagues close the transfer window on February 1. Spain, Italy, England, Germany, France, the Netherlands and Belgium will complete their transfers on Thursday.

Portugal concludes transfers on February 2, Austria and Australia on 6, Turkey on 9, and Romania on 12. The Russian championship concludes even later on February 22, although the gold medal goes to Kazakhstan, where transfers close in April. 5.

Outside Europe, the UAE market closes on February 21, the China market closes at the end of the month, while the Brazil market closes in March.

There are also a number of countries that have not started their transfers yet. Many of them follow an inverted calendar, while some completed their transfers mid-season and will open a new window in the summer.

Open transfer windows

January

  • Gambia: January 1 – January 30
  • Lebanon: January 1 – January 30
  • Nigeria: January 1 – January 30
  • Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: January 1 – January 30
  • Central African Republic: December 25 – January 31
  • Angola: January 1 – January 31
  • Albania: January 1 – January 31
  • Antigua and Barbuda: January 1 – January 31
  • British Virgin Islands: January 1 – January 31
  • Guyana: January 1 – January 31
  • Guinea: January 1 – January 31
  • Hellas: January 1 – January 31
  • Zambia: January 1 – January 31
  • India: January 1 – January 31
  • catarrh: January 1 – January 31
  • Congo: January 1 – January 31
  • Kosovo: January 1 – January 31
  • Cyprus: January 1 – January 31
  • Lesotho: January 1 – January 31
  • Madagascar: January 1 – January 31
  • Cayman Islands: January 1 – January 31
  • Honduras: January 1 – January 31
  • Uganda: January 1 – January 31
  • Jamaica: January 1 – January 31
  • Chad: January 1 – January 31
  • Andorra: January 2 – January 31
  • Costa Rica: January 2 – January 31
  • Kuwait: January 2 – January 31
  • Malta: January 2 – January 31
  • Burundi: January 2 – January 31
  • Nicaragua: January 2 – January 31
  • Tunisia: January 2 – January 31
  • Democratic Republic of the Congo: January 3 – January 31
  • Morocco: January 3 – January 31
  • Saint Kitts and Nevis: January 4 – January 31
  • Tarek mountain: January 4 – January 31
  • Luxembourg: January 4 – January 31
  • San Marino: January 8 – January 31

February

  • England: January 1 – February 1
  • Northern Ireland: January 1 – February 1
  • France: January 1 – February 1
  • Germany: January 1 – February 1
  • Denmark: January 1 – February 1
  • Wales: January 1 – February 1
  • Scotland: January 1 – February 1
  • Spain: January 2 – February 1
  • Italy: January 2 – February 1
  • Holland: January 2 – February 1
  • Belgium: January 5 – February 1
  • Mexico: January 5 – February 1
  • Belize: January 2 – February 2
  • Portugal: January 3 – February 2
  • Botswana: January 5 – February 2
  • Cote d'Ivoire: January 8 – February 2
  • El Salvador: January 8 – February 2
  • Equatorial Guinea: January 2 – February 3
  • Guatemala: January 6 – February 3
  • Saint Vincent and the Grenadines: January 8 – February 5
  • Algeria: January 5 – February 5
  • Iraq: January 5 – February 5
  • Austria: January 1 – February 6
  • Australia: January 10 – February 6
  • Israel: January 10 – February 6
  • New Zealand: January 10 – February 6
  • Eswatini: January 8 – February 7
  • Cameroon: January 8 – February 7
  • Kenya: January 8 – February 8
  • Azerbaijan: January 11 – February 8
  • turkey: January 11 – February 9
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina: January 13 – February 9
  • North Macedonia: January 15 – February 11
  • Syria: January 15 – February 11
  • Namibia: January 15 – February 12
  • Romania: January 16 – February 12
  • the black Mountain: January 17 – February 13
  • Boys: January 17 – February 13
  • Yes: January 15 – February 14
  • Hungary: January 18 February 14
  • Seychelles: January 15 – February 15
  • Suriname: January 15 – February 15
  • Liechtenstein: January 16 – February 15
  • Slovenia: January 16 – February 15
  • Switzerland: January 18 – February 15
  • Croatian: January 18 – February 15
  • Serbia: January 19 – February 16
  • Niger: January 20 – February 17
  • Argentina: January 22 – February 18
  • Sultanate of Oman: January 22 – February 18
  • The United Arab Emirates: January 22 – February 21
  • Slovakia: January 24 – February 21
  • Ireland: December 1 – February 22
  • Egypt: January 1 – February 22
  • Comoros: January 21 – February 22
  • Russia: January 25 – February 22
  • Czech Republic: January 26 – February 22
  • Uzbekistan: December 18 – February 24
  • Uruguay: January 1 – February 26
  • Peru: January 2 – February 26
  • Iran: January 30 – February 26
  • Chinese Taipei: January 1 – February 27
  • Venezuela: January 3 – February 27
  • Poland: January 29 – February 27
  • Saint Lucia: January 1 – February 28
  • New Caledonia: January 1 – February 28
  • Turkmenistan: January 1 – February 28
  • China: January 4 – February 28
  • Jordan: January 30 – February 28
  • Sierra Leone: January 1 – February 29
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He walks

  • Estonia: January 1 – March 1
  • Colombia: January 1 – March 1
  • Latvia: January 8 – March 5
  • Brazil: January 11 – March 7
  • Panama: December 17 – March 8
  • Mozambique: December 21 – March 8
  • South Korea: January 1 – March 8
  • Chilean: January 15 – March 10
  • Ukraine: January 24 – March 12
  • Faroe Islands: January 8 – March 15
  • Lithuania: January 7 – March 18
  • Kyrgyzstan: January 19 – March 18
  • Tajikistan: January 1 – March 20
  • Filipino: January 1 – March 22
  • Paraguay: January 8 – March 22
  • Bolivia: January 1 – March 22
  • agriculture: January 1 – March 24
  • dominican republic: January 1 – March 24
  • Ecuador: January 2 – March 25
  • Japan: January 22 – March 27
  • Belarus: January 8 – March 28
  • Malawi: January 8 – March 29
  • Zimbabwe: January 12 – March 31

April

  • Kazakhstan: January 21 – April 5

Transfer windows to be opened

  • Norway: January 31 – April 3
  • United States of America: January 31 – April 23
  • Canada: January 31 – April 23
  • Armenia: February 1 – February 28
  • Mongolia: February 1 – February 28
  • Bulgaria: February 1 – February 29
  • Trinidad and Tobago: February 1 – February 29
  • Senegal: February 1 – March 1
  • Djibouti: February 1 – March 1
  • Sweden: February 1 – March 27
  • Iceland: February 1 – April 24
  • Finland: February 8 – April 3
  • Malaysia: February 10 – May 3
  • Moldova: February 12 – March 14
  • the reasons: February 19 – March 17
  • Sudan: February 20 – March 20
  • Vietnam: February 25 – March 23
  • Bangladesh: February 25 – March 23
  • the moldive Islands: February 29 – April 30
  • Bhutan: March 1 – April 30
  • Singapore: March 12 – May 31
  • Cambodia: June 1 – July 31
  • South Sudan: June 1 – June 30
  • Indonesia: June 12 – September 3
  • Tanzania: June 15 – August 15
  • the people: June 26 – September 12
  • Ghana: August 1 – October 20
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