Perivolia Municipal Stadium

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Perivolia Municipal Stadium
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Perivolia Municipal Stadium
Full namePerivolia Municipal Stadium
Location Chania, Crete, Greece
Coordinates 35°29′14.10″N24°00′02.00″E / 35.4872500°N 24.0005556°E / 35.4872500; 24.0005556
Owner Municipality Of Chania
Operator Municipal Authority Of Chania
Capacity 4,527
Record attendance4,041 (16 September 2012)
Field size105 x 68 m
Surface Grass
Construction cost600,000 € (2012 Renovation)

Perivolia Municipal Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Mournies, Chania, Greece.

From the season 2012—2013 the team competes in Platanias Peribolion Municipal Stadium of Chania, which in the summer of 2012, took place in record time, extensive upgrading and modernization work at all levels to meet in full all obligations set by the organizing principle of the league Super League OPAP and NOVA.

Since then, the Municipal Golf farm has "transformed" into a modern football stadium, with two tiers (one of them covered), journalistic theory, brand-new change rooms for athletes and Referees (female assistants have separate changing rooms), clinic, gym, comfortable office for the observer of the race, room for press conferences, and other facilities.

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    Coordinates: 35°29′14.10″N24°00′02.00″E / 35.4872500°N 24.0005556°E / 35.4872500; 24.0005556