Kavala Stadium
"Anthi Karagianni"
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Capacity: 10,550 (seated)
The stadium is located in Kavala, a city in the northern Greek region of Macedonia, 170 km east of Thessaloniki. Kavala has an international airport, but no connection to the national rail network. The stadium itself lies by the road leading east, to Xanthi and the airport. It is right next to the sea. The distance from the city centre is about 3 km.

If you drive to Kavala from Thessaloniki, do not leave the motorway at the exit signposted "Kavala", but use the next one to "Nea Karvali, Kavala East" instead. All you have to do then is to simply follow signs to Kavala and you will get right outside the stadium after about 4 km.
Stadium fact sheet
Built in: 1970 (Latest redevelopment in 2009)
Record attendance: 18,200 (Kavala FC vs Olympiacos CFP - in 1973)
Home of: Kavala FC (C Division)
More data: Kavala Municipal (formerly "National") Stadium is named after Anthi Karagianni, an athlete who won three silver medals in the 2004 Paralympic Games.

Kavala Stadium was upgraded in 2004. The works, that cost about €2.000.000, involved the upgrading of all interior and support areas. In the summer of 2009, following the promotion of the local club to the Superleague, additional works were carried out, at a cost of around €1.000.000. They included the installation of plastic seats on all stands, the upgrading of facilities for the fans (snack bars, restrooms, etc), the replacement of the pitch, the renewal of dressing rooms, etc.

The stadium is owned by the Municipality of Kavala.
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Kavala Stadium, by the sea, with the city of Kavala in the background -  Click to enlarge!
Kavala Municipal Stadium (north stand) -  Click to enlarge!
External view of Kavala Stadium -  Click to enlarge!
Kavala Municipal Stadium (south stand) -  Click to enlarge!