Dafni Indoor Hall
"Michalis Mouroutsos"
Capacity: 1,200
Location: The hall is located in Dafni, a district 3 km south of the centre of Athens. To get there by car, use Vouliagmenis Avenue. From its start at the ancient Temple of the Olympian Zeus, you'll have to drive for 2 km to get to the central square of Dafni (Kalogiron Square). Turn right into Papanastasiou Avenue and you will see the hall after 500m on your right.

However, the best way to get there is public transport. Use line 2 of the Metro to "Dafni" station. When you get outside, you will find yourself on Kalogiron Square. You may then either walk to Dafni Indoor Hall or use one of the many buses that go there via Papanastasiou Avenue. Choose one from #131, #217, #218, #229 or #232 and get off at "Gymnastirio" (it is the second stop after Kalogiron Square).
Built in: 1992
Home of: Thriamvos Athens-Dafni B.C. (Local Amateur League)
More data: The hall is named after Michalis Mouroutsos, a tae-kwon-do athlete from Dafni who won the gold medal in the Sydney 2000 Olympics. It is a very small indoor hall with a rather strange layout of its stands. It used to be the home of Dafni B.C. The club competed regularly in the A1 & A2 divisions, but ceased to exist in 2010, when it merged with Amyntas Imittos B.C.

The hall is owned by the Municipality of Dafni-Imittos.
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