Kyriakos "Stam" Stamatopoulos (born 28 August 1979) is a Greek–Canadian soccer goalkeeper who currently plays for AIK.
Stamatopoulos moved with his family from Greece to Ontario when he was a small child. He started playing ice hockey at the age of 2 in Canada and only picked up soccer at the age of thirteen.
Stamatopoulos' clubs were relegated every year he played with them in Sweden. First Enköping twice in a row, then Boden while he was on loan there. His relegation-run did not end before he moved to Norway.
His' career at Tromsø got off to a rough start, after he was given a two-match suspension for his involvement in a group fight, which he described as "a little hockey brawl" that occurred during his debut match against Molde. He became a fan favourite as a result of this incident.
On 3 August 2007 it was announced that Canada's Toronto FC manager Mo Johnston had loaned Stamatopoulos in the middle of their "keeper crisis". He made his debut against Los Angeles Galaxy on 5 August.
In April 2009, Stamatopoulos was loaned out from Tromsø to Lyn.
On 20 July 2009, it was announced that Stamatopoulos joined Fredrikstad on loan for the rest of the season. Stamatopoulos will join the club 1 August, and make his debut for Fredrikstad 2 August, at home against Viking.
Stamatopoulos signed a season-long loan deal with the reigning Swedish champions on 6 March 2010. AIK's goalkeeper Nicklas Bergh became injured during the pre-season, leaving the team with only one contemplated goalkeeper. Stamatopoulos made his debut with the club in the quarterfinal of Svenska Cupen in July 2010 against Helsingborgs IF. He only let in one goal in the 1-1 draw, but AIK lost in the penalty shootout.
He became first choice following the tragic death of Ivan Turina.
Stamatopoulos was a former member of the under-23 national team in July 2001 at Jeux de la Francophonie.
He made his senior his debut for Canada in a November 2001 friendly match against Malta. and, as of July 2015, had earned 16 caps.