The following is a list of football stadiums in Greece , ordered by capacity.
|1||Olympic Stadium "Spyros Louis"||69,618||Athens||AEK, Greece||1982|
|2||Karaiskakis Stadium||32,115||Piraeus||Olympiacos||2004 |
|7||Kleanthis Vikelidis Stadium||22,800||Thessaloniki||Aris||1951|
|8||Panthessaliko Stadium||22,700||Volos||Volos FC||2004|
|9||AEL FC Arena||16,118||Larissa||Apollon Larissa||2010|
|10||Apostolos Nikolaidis Stadium||16,003||Athens||Panathinaikos||1922|
|11||Trikala Municipal Stadium||15,000||Trikala||Trikala||1950|
|12||Georgios Kamaras Stadium||14,200||Athens||Apollon Smyrnis||1948|
|13||Alcazar Stadium||13,108||Larissa||AEL Larissa||1965|
|14||Nea Smyrni Stadium||11,342||Athens||Panionios||1939|
|15||Kostas Davourlis Stadium||11,321||Patras||Panachaiki||1939|
|16||Anthi Karagianni Stadium||10,550||Kavala||Kavala||1970|
|17||Hellinikon Stadium||10,000||Athens||Ethnikos Piraeus F.C.||2004|
|18||Serres Municipal Stadium||9,500||Serres||Panserraikos||1926|
|19||Xanthi Ground||9,500||Xanthi||Orfeas Xanthi||1970|
|20||Municipal Stadium of Karditsa||9,500||Karditsa||Anagennisi Karditsa||1930|
|21||Theodoros Vardinogiannis Stadium||9,088||Heraklion||OFI||1951|
|23||Volos Municipal Stadium||9,000||Volos||Olympiacos Volos||1968|
|24||Stavros Mavrothalassitis Stadium||8,217||Athens||Egaleo||1968|
|25||Nea Efkarpia Stadium||8,100||Nea Efkarpia||Makedonikos||1967|
|26||Zosimades Stadium||7,652||Ioannina||PAS Giannina||1952|
|27||Theodoros Kolokotronis Stadium||7,442||Tripoli||Asteras Tripolis||1979|
|29||Xanthi FC Arena||7,244||Xanthi||Xanthi||2004|
|30||Doxa Drama Stadium||7,000||Drama||Doxa Drama||1953|
|33||Kalamaria Stadium||6,500||Thessaloniki||Apollon Pontus||1973|
|34||Komotini Municipal Stadium||6,198||Komotini||Panthrakikos||1923|
|36||Levadia Municipal Stadium||5,915||Livadeia||Levadiakos||1952|
|38||Lamia Municipal Stadium||5,500||Lamia||Lamia||1952|
|39||Pantelis Magoulas Stadium||5,000||Volos||Niki Volos||1924|
|41||Perivolia Municipal Stadium||4,527||Chania||Platanias, Chania||1959|
|42||Aigio National Stadium||4,500||Aigio||Panegialios||1951|
|43||Grigoris Lambrakis Stadium||4,200||Athens||Kallithea||1970|
|45||Diagoras Stadium||3,693||Rhodes||Diagoras, Rodos||1932|
|46||Agios Dimitrios Municipal Stadium||3,100||Athens||Agios Dimitrios|
|47||Mytilene Municipal Stadium||3,000||Mytilene||Aiolikos||1960|
|50||Municipal Stadium of Zografou||2,716||Athens||Ilisiakos||1972|
|51||Paneipirotiko Stadium||2,051||Ioannina||AE Giannena||2002|
|Agia Sophia Stadium||33,000||Athens||AEK||2021|
|New Toumba Stadium||41,926||Thessaloniki||PAOK|
|Neapoli Volos New Stadium||7,800||Volos||Volos FC|
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