Konstantinos (Kostas) Negrepontis ( ) (1897 - 19 February 1973) was a Greek football forward of the 1920s and 1930s. Born in Constantinople (now Istanbul) in 1897, he started his football career in Turkey, playing for the Pera-based Pera Club. He also played in France and Fenerbahçe S.K. for a time before eventually settling in Greece to play for AEK Athens F.C. in 1926, where he became a crowd favourite. He was capped twice by Greece. After retiring from football, Negrepontis coached a number of clubs, including AEK Athens FC, Olympiacos, Panelefsiniakos, Apollon Smyrnis, Panionios, Ethnikos Piraeus and the Greek National Football Team.
Titles as player:
Turkish Championship (1) : 1922.
Greek Cup (1) : 1932.
Titles as coach:
Greek Championship (2) : 1939, 1940.
Greek Cup (2) : 1939, 1956.
Category:Greek football managers
Category:Greece international footballers
Category:Greece national football team managers
Category:AEK Athens F.C. players
Category:AEK Athens F.C. managers
Category:Olympiacos F.C. managers
Category:Panionios G.S.S. managers
Category:Panachaiki G.C. managers
Category:Greek people from Istanbul