- Pampeloponnisiako Stadium
Pampeloponnisiako Stadium is a football
stadiumlocated in Patras, Greece. The stadium was opened on August 8, 2004, just in time to host football (soccer) matches for the 2004 Summer Olympics, which are centered in Athens, Greece. The stadium seats 23,588, though only 18,900 seats were publicly available for the Olympic matches.
It is now home stadium of
Panachaiki, a football team currently playing in the Gamma Ethnikidivision.
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