Fyli Stadium
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Capacity: 3,142 (seated)
The stadium is located in Fyli (also called Hasia), a village about 15 km north of the centre of Athens, on the foothills of Mt Parnitha. 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 to Ano Liossia, via Fylis Avenue. Continue on this northbound route for 5.5 km and just as you enter the village of Fyli, you will see a sign pointing left to "Fyli Sports Centre". Turn left and you will get to the stadium after another 1.5 km.
You may also use a combination of public transport to get to Fyli, but not to the stadium itself. Use the Suburban Railway to "Ano Liossia", where you must change to bus #723. Get off at the stop named "33rd Fylis", right at the roadsign mentioned in the previous paragraph. You will then have to walk the remaining 1.5 km to the stadium.
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Built in: 1989 (Latest redevelopment in 2005)
Record attendance: 2,820 (Thrasyvoulos FC vs Aris FC - on 19/2/2006)
Home of: Thrasyvoulos FC (Local League)
More data: Fyli Stadium, located at the wuthering heights of Mt Parnitha (!), was one of the official training venues for the 2004 Olympic Games. Its facilities have been recently upgraded and now include a roof over the main west stand, six VIP boxes, new facilities for the Press, floodlights, 8-lane athletics track around the pitch, plastic seats and, most importantly, a new north stand (curved). Watching a football game there is highly recommended, especially if you combine it with lunch at the famous tavernas of Fyli, a true meat-lover's paradise!

The stadium is owned by the Municipality of Fyli.
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Fyli Municipal Stadium - Click to enlarge!
The new north curved stand of Fyli Stadium - Click to enlarge!
The main west stand of Fyli Stadium - Click to enlarge!