Georgiou (Greek: Γεωργίου) is a Greek surname. Notable examples include:

  • Costas Georgiou, Greek-Cypriot mercenary
  • Christos Georgiou, Greek-Cypriot-British actor
  • Daniel Georgiou, Australian musician
  • Giorgos Georgiou, a Greek TV sports broadcaster
  • John Georgiou, Australian rules footballer
  • Kyriakos Georgiou, a Greek-Cypriot footballer
  • Marios Georgiou, a Greek-Cypriot footballer
  • Michael Georgiou, an English snooker player
  • Nicolas Georgiou, a Greek-Cypriot footballer
  • Petro Georgiou, an Australian politician
  • Savva Georgiou, Greek-Cypriot footballer
  • Sofia Georgiou, Greek-Cypriot model
  • Stavros Georgiou, Greek-Cypriot footballer
  • Steven Georgiou, a.k.a. "Cat Stevens", famous musician
  • Vangelis Georgiou, a Greek footballer

Other articles related to "georgiou":

Georgiou I Square
... Georgiou I Square (Greek Plateia Georgiou I) is Patras's central square ... The square is named after George I of Greece ...
Costas Georgiou - Trial and Execution
... The principal crime for which Georgiou was convicted during the Luanda Trial, and subsequently executed, was the slaying of fourteen of his men who had attempted to desert in ... Georgiou's sister was allowed to visit him during his captivity in Angola ... Georgiou's body was repatriated to England, and he was buried according to the rites of the Greek Orthodox Church ...
Costas Georgiou - British Military Career
... Georgiou joined the British Army and served, at first with distinction, in 1st Battalion, Parachute Regiment in Northern Ireland ... Despite later claiming to have been a colonel, Georgiou's highest British Army rank attained was that of corporal, and he never received officer training ... Others state Georgiou was a private soldier ...
George Gregoriou
... Georgiou is highly critical of American foreign policies and ascribes the partitioning of Cyprus to an American plot as much as Turkish invasion ... In a recent editorial, Georgiou disputed whether "the Pentagon, the CIA, the White House ever tell the truth" ... Georgiou staunchly opposes capitalism in his editorials, and he has supported that "the capitalist state does not respond to peoples’ needs, unless they take to the streets" ...