Aphroditi Sports Hall

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Aphroditi Sports Hall
Aphrodite
Full name Αθλητικό Κέντρο Αφροδίτη
Location Paphos
Coordinates 34°46′07.73″N, 32°26′18.80″E
Owner Cyprus Sport Organisation - CSO (Greek: Κυπριακός Οργανισμός Αθλητισμού)
Capacity 2,000
Field size 42m x 46m
Surface Versatile
Construction
Broke ground 1989
Opened 1991
Architect Phedias Sarikas
General contractor CYBARCO
Tenants
Pafiakos & Dionysos

Aphroditi Sports Hall is the largest arena in the city of Paphos. It is named after "Aphrodite", also known as Venus, one of the 12 ancient Greek gods which is said was born at Petra Tou Romiou 20 km East. This arena can host up to 2,000 spectators. Is the home of "Pafiakos" and "Dionysos" volley teams, both playing at the Cypriot first division. Coordinates: 34°46′07″N 32°26′18″E / 34.76861°N 32.43833°E / 34.76861; 32.43833