|Capacity: 2,040 (all seated)|
The stadium is located in Kassandria, a village on the Kassandra peninsula of Halkidiki. This is a region in northern Greece, famous as a holiday destination. The nearest major city is Thessaloniki, which you must exit due south to get to Kassandria. You will pass over the Potidaia Canal after 60 km. Continue south for another 20 km and you will get to Kallithea. At the traffic lights turn right towards Kassandria. You will see the stadium on your left after 3.5 km.
|Built in: 2001|
|Record attendance: 1,549 (Kassandra FC vs AEK Athens FC - in 2002)|
|Home of: Aris Kassandria 2005 FC (Local Amateur League)|
More data: Kassandria Municipal Stadium acquired its present form in 2001. The place where it stands was occupied by a small football field, but works for the construction of the new stadium commenced in 1999. It now features one single west stand, five (!) pillars with floodlights, and not much more. However, don't forget that this is a ground serving just a village and its surrounding area.
The stadium is owned by the Municipality of Kassandra.
|Many thanks to Vangelis Pavlopoulos for his kind offer of all the photos on this page|