Korydallos Stadium
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Capacity: 4,361 (seated)
Location:
The stadium is located in Korydallos, a western district of Athens. To get there by car, exit the city centre via Petrou Ralli Avenue that starts off central Pireos Street. 500m after crossing motorway A1, it splits in two. Choose the right leg (Lambraki Avenue). Drive along it for 700m and you will see the stadium on your left. You may also use bus C18 from Pireos Street. Get off at "Plateia Areos" stop, right outside the stadium.
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Built in: 1937 (Latest redevelopment in 2000)
Record attendance: 7,200 (Proodeftiki FC vs OFI FC - in 1971)
Home of: Proodeftiki FC (C Division)
More data: The stadium's official name is "Nikea Stadium", as it lies just within the boundaries of the Municipality of Nikea, however most people know it as "Korydallos Stadium". It is located about 2 km east of Neapoli Stadium, home ground of Proodeftiki's local rivals, Ionikos.

The ground is notoriously small; it is also called "the cage of Korydallos" and if you take a look at the pictures on this page, you will understand why! It was somewhat upgraded in 2000, becoming an all-seater, with a new turf and new lights. Proodeftiki FC have repeatedly expressed their will to leave Korydallos Stadium, something that may happen in the future, provided that a new planned stadium gets the green light by local authorities.

The stadium is owned by the ╠unicipality of Nikea.
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Korydallos Stadium - Click to enlarge!
The small south stand with the Press & TV booths - Click to enlarge!
The north stand - Click to enlarge!
Korydallos Stadium - Click to enlarge!