List of football stadiums in Greece

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The following is a list of football stadiums in Greece , ordered by capacity.

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Current stadiums

ImageStadiumCapacityCityClubOpenedUEFA
1 Greece v Malta, 17 Nov 2007 (02).jpg Olympic Stadium "Spyros Louis" 69,618 [1] Athens AEK, Greece 1982 Nuvola apps mozilla.png Nuvola apps mozilla.png Nuvola apps mozilla.png Nuvola apps mozilla.png
2 Argentina Vs Italy 3-0 2004 Olympics Athens.jpg Karaiskakis Stadium 32,115 Piraeus Olympiacos 2004

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3 Thessalonioki, Stadium of PAOK - panoramio.jpg Toumba Stadium 28,703 Thessaloniki PAOK 1959

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4 Kaftanzoglio west stand.jpg Kaftanzoglio Stadium 27,770 [2] Thessaloniki Iraklis 1960
5 Pagkritio.jpg Pankritio Stadium 26,240 [3] Heraklion Ergotelis 2004
6 Pampeloponisiako Olympic Stadium(1).jpg Pampeloponnisiako Stadium 23,588 Patras 1981
7 Kleanthis Vikelidis Stadium 2011.jpg Kleanthis Vikelidis Stadium 22,800 Thessaloniki Aris 1951

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8 Volos, Greece stadium at 2004 Olympic Games.jpg Panthessaliko Stadium 22,700 Volos Volos FC 2004
9 AEL FC Arena.jpg AEL FC Arena 16,118 [4] Larissa Apollon Larissa 2010 Nuvola apps mozilla.png Nuvola apps mozilla.png Nuvola apps mozilla.png
10 Apostolos Nikolaidis Gate 13-14.JPG Apostolos Nikolaidis Stadium 16,003 Athens Panathinaikos 1922
11 Trikala Municipal Stadium 15,000 Trikala Trikala 1950
12 Apollon AEK 2017-18.png Georgios Kamaras Stadium 14,200 Athens Apollon Smyrnis 1948
13 Larissa Alkazar.jpg Alcazar Stadium 13,108 Larissa AEL Larissa 1965
14 PANIONIOS 001.jpg Nea Smyrni Stadium 11,342 Athens Panionios 1939
15 Stadiopge.jpg Kostas Davourlis Stadium 11,321 Patras Panachaiki 1939
16 Stadio-Anthi-Karagianni.jpg Anthi Karagianni Stadium 10,550 Kavala Kavala 1970
17 Hellinikon Stadium.jpg Hellinikon Stadium 10,000 Athens Ethnikos Piraeus F.C. 2004
18 Panserraikos FC football pitch.JPG Serres Municipal Stadium 9,500 Serres Panserraikos 1926
19 Xanthi Ground 9,500 Xanthi Orfeas Xanthi 1970
20 Karditsa Stadium.jpg Municipal Stadium of Karditsa 9,500 Karditsa Anagennisi Karditsa 1930
21 Theodoros Vardinogiannis Stadium 2019.jpg Theodoros Vardinogiannis Stadium 9,088 Heraklion OFI 1951
22 Atromitos fc - panathinaikos athen nov2017 - 5.jpg Peristeri Stadium 9,050 Athens Atromitos 1947
23 Volos Municipal Stadium 9,000 Volos Olympiacos Volos 1968
24 Egaleo stadium.jpg 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.jpg Theodoros Kolokotronis Stadium 7,442 Tripoli Asteras Tripolis 1979
28 Panetolikos Stadium 2006.jpg Panetolikos Stadium 7,321 Agrinio Panetolikos 1930
29 Skoda Xanthi Arena, pitch and secondary stand.jpg Xanthi FC Arena 7,244 Xanthi Xanthi 2004
30Doxa Drama Stadium7,000 Drama Doxa Drama 1953
31 Veria stadium during its first international match.jpg Veria Stadium 7,000 Veria Veria 1925
32 Pyrgos Stadium 6,750 Pyrgos Paniliakos 1978
33 Aerial view of Kalamaria, Greece.jpg Kalamaria Stadium 6,500 Thessaloniki Apollon Pontus 1973
34 Gate1-7&6.JPG Komotini Municipal Stadium 6,198 Komotini Panthrakikos 1923
35 Neapolis Stadium 6,000 Athens Ionikos 1965
36 Levadia Municipal Stadium 5,915 Livadeia Levadiakos 1952
37Messiniakos Stadium5,613 Kalamata Messiniakos 1967
38 Lamia Municipal Stadium 5,500 Lamia Lamia 1952
39Pantelis Magoulas Stadium5,000 Volos Niki Volos 1924
40 Katerini Stadium 4,995 Katerini Pierikos 1964
41 Perivolia Municipal Stadium.jpg Perivolia Municipal Stadium 4,527 Chania Platanias, Chania 1959
42 Aigio municipal football stadium.jpg Aigio National Stadium4,500 Aigio Panegialios 1951
43 Dimotiko Stadio Kallitheas - Grigoris Lambrakis.JPG Grigoris Lambrakis Stadium 4,200 Athens Kallithea 1970
44 Tavros Stadium 4,000 Athens Fostiras 1969
45 Rhodos003.JPG Diagoras Stadium 3,693 Rhodes Diagoras, Rodos 1932
46Agios Dimitrios Municipal Stadium3,100 Athens Agios Dimitrios
47 Tarlas, the Mytilene Municipal Stadium, September 2012.jpg Mytilene Municipal Stadium 3,000 Mytilene Aiolikos 1960
48Fafaleio Stadium3,000 Chios Lailapas
49 Kerkyra Stadium.jpg Kerkyra Stadium 3,000 Corfu Kerkyra 1961
50Municipal Stadium of Zografou2,716 Athens Ilisiakos 1972
51Paneipirotiko Stadium2,051 Ioannina AE Giannena 2002

Future stadiums

Under construction stadiums

ImageStadiumCapacityCityClubOpenedUEFA
Agia Sophia Stadium 33,000 Athens AEK 2021 Nuvola apps mozilla.png Nuvola apps mozilla.png Nuvola apps mozilla.png Nuvola apps mozilla.png

Proposed stadiums

ImageStadiumCapacityCityClubUEFA
Votanikos Stadium 40,000 Athens Panathinaikos Nuvola apps mozilla.png Nuvola apps mozilla.png Nuvola apps mozilla.png Nuvola apps mozilla.png
New Toumba Stadium 41,926 [5] Thessaloniki PAOK Nuvola apps mozilla.png Nuvola apps mozilla.png Nuvola apps mozilla.png Nuvola apps mozilla.png
Neapoli Volos New Stadium7,800 [6] Volos Volos FC

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