Koropi Stadium
"Antonis Priftis"
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Capacity: 1,586 (seated)
The stadium is located in Koropi, a town 30 east of Athens, near the city's international airport. The best way to get there by car is to use Attiki Odos, the Athens orbital. Leave the motorway at exit #20 and continue straight ahead, following all roadsigns to Koropi. You will reach the stadium about 2 km after leaving Attiki Odos. You may also get there by public transport: use the Metro or the Suburban Railway to "Koropi". Outside the station, board either bus #309 or #330. Get off a couple of stops later, at "2nd Attikis". From there you must walk about 500m uphill to the stadium.
Built in: 1957 (Latest redevelopment in 2006)
Record attendance: 3,200 (Koropi FC vs Panetolikos FC - in the 1970-71 season)
Home of: Koropi FC (Local Amateur League)
More data: The stadium is named after Antonis Priftis, a track-and-field athlete of the early 20th century who hailed from Koropi. He competed in the Olympic Games and died during the 1st Balkan War, in 1913.

Football matches were first played at the stadium's site in 1957, while the north stand was constructed ten years later. This became an all-seater in 2003. The local club were promoted to the 3rd Division in 2006, something that meant the stadium had to undergo some upgrading. As a result, a new south stand was constructed at that time. There are plans for this small stand to be expanded, covering the whole south side of the stadium. This will increase its capacity to about 2,200.

The stadium is owned by the Municipality of Koropi.
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