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|Capacity: 2,267 (seated)|
The stadium is in Evosmos, a district of Thessaloniki (which has an international airport). Evosmos lies west from the city centre. To get there by car, use the Ring Road, exiting at the junction signposted "Evosmos". Drive along Meandrou Street for 800m and then turn left at the traffic lights into Megalou Alexandrou Street. Go on for another 400m and turn right into 28th of October Street. You will see the stadium on your right after 200m. Since all this may be a bit confusing for someone not familiar with the city, your safest bet for getting to this stadium is to use bus #21. Board it in the Thessaloniki city centre (Aristotelous Street) and get off at "Gymnasio" stop, right outside Evosmos Stadium.
|Built in: 1950 (Latest redevelopment in 1994)|
|Record attendance: 4,067 (Agrotikos Asteras FC vs Doxa Drama FC - in 1979)|
|Home of: Agrotikos Asteras FC (Football League)|
More data: Evosmos Stadium is located in a densely populated area. It only has two stands (west and south), since it is surrounded by a wall on its other two sides. Both existing stands were constructed in 1994. The stadium became an all-seater in 2002.
Evosmos Stadium is, at least in our opinion, the leading candidate to win the competition for the "Worst Football Ground of Greek Top Divisions"! The construction of a new stadium, a few km north of the current location, would be a solution to this problem for Agrotikos Asteras FC. The plans involve a stadium with an athletics track around the pitch and one grandstand holding about 4,000 spectators. Unfortunately, despite repeated relevant announcements by State officials, works at the new stadium's site have stopped since 2010. The project is budgeted at around € 6 million, but the necessary funds for its completion have still to be secured by the Municipality of Evosmos.
The existing stadium is owned by amateur sports club PMAS Agrotikos Asteras.