|Megara Football Ground|
|Capacity: 2,350 (seated)|
The stadium is located in Megara, a town 42 km west of Athens. You may use the train to get there, but access is also pretty easy by car. Use the Athens-Corinth motorway (national numbering: 8A, European numbering: E94) to Megara. You must be careful not to exit at "Megara, Nea Peramos". Leave the motorway at the next exit, signposted "Megara, Pachi".
After a while you will get to a set of traffic lights, where you must turn left towards "Korinthos", and then immediately right to "Kavellari". You will now be driving along Vyzantiou Street. Go on for 800m and you will reach the rails. Megara Football Ground is right across them.
|Built in: 1955|
|Record attendance: 3,700 (Vyzas Megara FC vs A.E.Larissa, in 1967)|
|Home of: Vyzas no longer play here, having moved to a stadium 300m west|
More data: Megara Municipal Football Ground has two metal stands. The main one along the pitch is partly covered by a roof. This was constructed during the latest upgrading of the ground in 2000. Works do not end here however, as the stadium there are plans for further refurbishments. A new stand will replace the smaller one behind the goal. This will also house the club offices, new dressing rooms etc. A further addition to the ground will be floodlights.
The stadium is owned by the Municipality of Megara.
|The first photo on this page comes from the official website of Vyzas Megara FC|