Makedonikos Stadium

Makedonikos Ground
Full name Gipedo Makedonikou (Makedonikos Ground)
Location Polichni, Thessaloniki
Owner APS Makedonikos amateur club
Capacity 8,100
Construction
Built 1967
Renovated 2002
Tenants
Makedonikos FC, Iraklis FC

Makedonikos Ground (Γήπεδο Μακεδονικού) is a football stadium located in Thessaloniki, Greece. It is home to Makedonikos FC football club.

The stadium was also used by Iraklis FC for two seasons when the Kaftanzoglio Stadium was under renovation for Athens 2004 Olympics. For that reason, during 2002, it was upgraded to meet Greece 1st division standards.

In 5 June 1983, its record attendance was set with 9,422 attendants for the match Makedonikos FC vs Olympiacos CFP.

It has also been used for live concerts by Ska-P, Scorpions and others.

External links

  • Makedonikos Stadium profile at Stadia.gr

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