National Athletic Center Glyfada Makis Liougas

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Glyfada Makis Liougas Sportshall
Glyfada Indoor Hall
Full nameNational Athletic Center Glyfada Makis Liougas
AddressFivis 14 & Ioannou Metaxa 16674 Glyfada - Athens
LocationGlyfada, Athens, Greece
Coordinates37°51′33.39″N 23°45′19.20″E / 37.8592750°N 23.7553333°E / 37.8592750; 23.7553333Coordinates: 37°51′33.39″N 23°45′19.20″E / 37.8592750°N 23.7553333°E / 37.8592750; 23.7553333
OwnerGeneral Secretariat of Sports
CapacityBasketball: 2,270
Volleyball: 2,270
SurfaceParquet
Opened1970

National Athletic Center Glyfada Makis Liougas, commonly known as Glyfada Indoor Hall[1] (Greek: Εθνικό Αθλητικό Κέντρου Γλυφάδας Ματθαίος Λιούγκας) is an indoor arena that is located in Glyfada, Athens, Greece. Its current official seating capacity is 2,270. It used to be the largest indoor arena in Athens until 1985, when the Peace & Friendship Stadium was inaugurated.[2] The arena is mainly used to host volleyball and basketball games.[1]

History[edit]

Glyfada Indoor Hall opened in 1970. Over the years, the arena has been used by: Panathinaikos B.C., Panathinaikos V.C., Olympiacos B.C., Panionios B.C., Ikaros Kallitheas B.C., Olympiacos Women's Basketball, the Greek women's national basketball team, and the Greek women's national volleyball team.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Stadia.gr Glyfada Indoor Hall.
  2. ^ "GLIFADA "MAKIS LIOUGAS" SPORTSHALL 3500". Archived from the original on 2017-08-12. Retrieved 2017-08-12.

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