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Panthessaliko Stadium

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Panthessaliko Stadium
Volos, Greece stadium at 2004 Olympic Games.jpg
Full name Panthessaliko Stadium
Location Greece Volos, Greece
Coordinates 39°23′15.04″N 22°55′51.84″E / 39.3875111°N 22.9310667°E / 39.3875111; 22.9310667
Operator Olympiakos Volou F.C.
Niki Volou F.C.
Capacity 22,700
Surface Grass
Scoreboard 2
Built 30 July 2004 inaugurated
Construction cost € 50 million (renovation 2004)
Olympiakos Volou F.C.
Niki Volou F.C.

The Panthessaliko Stadium is a stadium located at 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 22,700 seats, though only 21,100 seats were made publicly available for the Olympic matches. The Panthessaliko Stadium is the home stadium of the two teams of the city, Olympiakos Volou F.C.,in the Football League (Greece) and Niki Volou F.C. also in the Football League (Greece).


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