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Panthessaliko Stadium

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Panthessaliko Stadium
Full namePanthessaliko Stadium
LocationVolos, Greece
Coordinates39°23′15″N 22°55′52″E / 39.38750°N 22.93111°E / 39.38750; 22.93111
Public transit Melissiatika railway station
OwnerHellenic Olympic Committee
OperatorMunicipality of Volos
Field size105 m × 68 m (344 ft × 223 ft)
Surfacenatural grass
Built30 July 2004
Construction cost 50,000,000
Volos F.C.
Niki Volos F.C.

The Panthessaliko Stadium is a stadium located in Volos, Greece. The stadium was the site of football (soccer) matches during the 2004 Summer Olympics.[1] It was officially opened on July 30, 2004 and has a capacity of 22,189 seats, though only 21,100 seats were made publicly available for the Olympic matches. The Panthessaliko Stadium is the home stadium of the Volos N.F.C. which plays in the Super League Greece. It also hosted the 2017 Greek Football Cup Final, where PAOK defeated AEK 2–1.[2] It hosted the 2020 Greek Football Cup Final between AEK and Olympiacos. In 2022, it hosted a pair of matches of the Greece national football team both won by Greece.


Panthessaliko Stadium offers the following facilities, amenities, and attractions.

  • 56 ports
  • VIP Area
  • Coffee shop
  • Gymnasium with 100 meter track
  • Doctor's office
  • Journalistic theories
  • Press room
  • 2 Changing rooms
  • 100-seat conference room



  1. ^ 2004 Summer Olympics official report. Volume 2. p. 323.
  2. ^ "EPO - Hellenic Football Federation". www.epo.gr. Retrieved 2020-08-28.

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