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Pampeloponnisiako Stadium

Pampeloponnisiako Stadium
Full name Pampeloponnisiako Stadium
Former names National Stadium of Patras
Location Patras, Greece
Owner Public Real Estate Company S.A. (state-owned)
Operator Municipality of Patras
Capacity 23,588
Surface Grass
Scoreboard Yes
Built 1981
Opened 1981
Renovated 2004
Construction cost 30,000,000 € (Renovation 2004)

Pampeloponnisiako Stadium (Greek: Παμπελοποννησιακό Στάδιο, "All-Peloponnese Stadium") is a stadium located in Patras, Greece. The stadium was originally built 1981 as Ethniko Stadio Patron (Εθνικό Στάδιο Πατρών, "National Stadium of Patras").

In 2002, reconstruction works began and it reopened on 8 August 2004, just in time to host football (soccer) matches for the 2004 Summer Olympics.[1] The stadium seats 23,588, though only 18,900 seats were publicly available for the Olympic matches.

It is owned by the Public Real Estate Company S.A., a state-owned company, and it is operated by the Municipality of Patras.[2]


  1. ^ 2004 Summer Olympics official report. Volume 2. p. 324.
  2. ^ "Παμπελοποννησιακό Στάδιο". Retrieved 11 May 2015. 

External links

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  • Stadia,gr profile

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