Akratitos Stadium
"Yannis Pathiakakis"
Capacity: 4,944 (seated)
The stadium is located in Ano Liossia, a district about 12 km north of the centre of Athens. The best way to get there by car is to use Attiki Odos, the Athens ring road. Leave the motorway at exit #6 and head north through Filis Avenue to Ano Liossia. After 2 km you will see green-coloured signs pointing left to "Akratitos Stadium". Turn left into Zinonos Street (there is a half-finished church at the corner) and you will reach the stadium after 500m.
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You may of course also use a bus. B12 is your best choice (board it at Marni Street, near the Archaelogical Museum). After a rather long ride (it could take up to an hour), get off at the stop named "23rd Filis" and you will be only 500m away from the stadium. Just cross Filis Avenue into Zinonos Street (the one with the church at the corner mentioned before) and walk to the stadium.
Built in: 1965 (Latest redevelopment in 2001)
Record attendance: 4.025 (AEK FC vs Panathinaikos FC - on 7/4/2004)
Home of: Akratitos FC (Local Amateur League)
More data: The stadium was named after Yannis Pathiakakis in early 2002. He was the coach of Akratitos, who died on the pitch during training. Pathiakakis holds an important place in the history of the club, as he led them to succesive promotions from the lower amateur divisions to the professional leagues.
The stadium has today a totally different look than it had before the summer of 2001. Up until then, it only had one roofed stand (north), that could hold 1,000 spectators. The promotion of Akratitos to the 1st Division meant that the stadium needed to be expanded. As a result, the following were built:
- the south stand, which is partly roofed (capacity: 1,878)
- the east stand, which is usually allocated to away fans (capacity: 1,490)
- expansions left and right of the old north stand (total new capacity: 1,576)

There are plans for the construction of one more stand on the west, similar to the eastern one.
The stadium is owned by the Municipality of Ano Liossia
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View of Akratitos Stadium from the west
The north (left) and east (right) stands
The north stand as seen from the away fans section (east stand)
The south stand as seen from the away fans section (east stand)
The south stand with the press booths
The east stand and part of the south one