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List of football stadiums in Greece

The following is a list of football stadiums in Greece, ordered by capacity.

Current stadiums

# Image Stadium Capacity City Club Opened
1 Olympic Stadium "Spiros Louis" 71,030 [1] Athens  Greece, AEK Athens 1982 (2004 renovation)
2 Georgios Karaiskakis Stadium 33,300 Piraeus Olympiacos 1964 (2004 rebuild)
3 Toumba Stadium 28,803[2] Thessaloniki PAOK 1959
4 Kaftanzoglio Stadium 27,770[3] Thessaloniki Iraklis 1960 (2004 renovation)
5 Pankritio Stadium 26,240[4] Heraklion Ergotelis 2004
6 Pampeloponnisiako Stadium 23,588 Patras Panachaiki F.C. 2004
7 Kleanthis Vikelides Stadium 23,200 Thessaloniki Aris 1951 (2004 renovation)
8 Panthessaliko Stadium 22,700 Volos Olympiacos Volou, Niki Volos 2004
9 Apostolos Nikolaidis Stadium 16,620 Athens Panathinaikos 1922
10 AEL FC Arena 16,118[5] Larissa AEL 1964 2010
11 Trikala Municipal Stadium 15,000 Trikala Trikala 1950
12 Georgios Kamaras Stadium 14,200 Athens Apollon 1948 (2001 renovation)
13 Alcazar Stadium 13,108 Larissa AEL 1964 1965
14 Nea Smyrni Stadium 11,756 Athens Panionios 1939
15 Kostas Davourlis Stadium 11,321 Patras Panachaiki F.C. 1939
16 Anthi Karayanni Stadium 10,500 Kavala Kavala 1970
17 Hellinikon Stadium 10,200 Athens Glyfada F.C. 2003
18 Serres Municipal Stadium 9,500 Serres Panserraikos, Ethnikos Gazoros 1926
Xanthi Ground 9,500 Xanthi 1970
20 Volos Municipal Stadium 9,000 Volos 1968
Theodoros Vardinogiannis Stadium 9,000 Heraklion OFI 1951
22 Peristeri Stadium 8,939 Athens Atromitos 1970
23 Stavros Mavrothalassitis Stadium 8,217 Athens Egaleo F.C. 1968
24 Makedonikos Stadium 8,100 Thessaloniki Makedonikos 1967
25 Asteras Tripolis Stadium 7,717 Tripoli Asteras Tripolis 1979
26 Zosimades Stadium 7,534 Ioannina PAS Giannina 1952
27 Skoda Xanthi Arena 7,442 Xanthi Skoda Xanthi 2004
28 Doxa Drama Stadium 7,000 Drama Doxa Drama
29 Pyrgos Stadium 6,750 Pyrgos Paniliakos 1978
30 Kalamaria Stadium 6,500 Thessaloniki Apollon Kalamaria 1973
31 Municipal Stadium 5,915 Livadeia Levadiakos 1952
32 Veria Stadium 5,700 Veria Veria 1925
33 Komotini Stadium 5,355 Komotini Panthrakikos 1923
34 Panetolikos Stadium 5,230 Agrinio Panetolikos 1930
35 Kallithea Stadium 5,000 Athens Kallithea 1970
36 Neapolis Stadium 5,000 Athens Ionikos 1965
37 Municipal Stadium 5,000 Katerini Pierikos
38 Karditsa Stadium 4,500 Karditsa Anagennisi
39 Perivolia Municipal Stadium 4,000 Chania Platanias, Chania F.C. 1959 (2012 renovation)
40 Diagoras Stadium 3,700 Rhodes AS Rodos, Diagoras 1932
41 Mytilene Municipal Stadium 2,850 Mytilene Aiolikos, Kalloni 1960
42 Kerkyra Stadium 2,685 Corfu Kerkyra 1961
43 Paneipirotiko Stadium 2,051 Ioannina 2002

Team in Bold: Superleague Greece clubs.

Future stadiums

Under construction stadium(s)

Stadium Capacity City Club
Agia Sofia Stadium 32,000 Athens A.E.K. Athens F.C.

Proposed stadium(s)

Stadium Capacity City Club
Panathinaikos F.C. New Stadium 46,000 Athens Panathinaikos F.C.

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.oaka.com.gr/article_detail.asp?e_cat_serial=001003001001&e_cat_id=132&e_article_id=142#b
  2. ^ http://www.paokfc.gr/swift.jsp?CMCCode=100601&extLang=
  3. ^ http://www.kaftanzoglio.gr/en/infrastructure3.html
  4. ^ http://www.olympicproperties.gr/contents_en.asp?id=98
  5. ^ http://www.ael1964.gr/inside.asp?lang=el&pid=2&sel=5

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