Georgios Kamaras Stadium

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Coordinates: 38°1′41.36″N 23°44′27.72″E / 38.0281556°N 23.7410333°E / 38.0281556; 23.7410333

See also: Apollon Smyrnis
"Georgios Kamaras" Stadium
Former names Γήπεδο Ριζούπολης
Location Greece Rizoupoli, Athens, Greece
Owner Amateur Apollon Smyrnis
Operator Apollon Smyrnis
Capacity 14,856
Surface Grass
Scoreboard Yes
Construction
Opened 1948 (renovated 2001)
Construction cost 3,500,000 € (2001 Renovation)
Tenants
Apollon Smyrnis (1948–)
Olympiacos (2002–2004)
Ethnikos (2005–2007)

Georgios Kamaras Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Athens, Greece. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Apollon Smyrnis. The stadium holds 14,856 and was built in 1948. It was used by Olympiacos for about 2 years (2002–2004) as home ground, due to the construction of their new stadium Karaiskaki. Since 2005. the stadium is named Georgios Kamaras, in honour of Georgios Kamaras, old glorious player of Apollon.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Η ιστορία του γηπέδου". fcapollon.gr. Retrieved 22 February 2014. 

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