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|Capacity: 4,999 (seated)|
The stadium is located in Nikea, 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 3 km and you will reach Neapoli Stadium. You can't miss it, as it lies right next to the street. To avoid all this hassle, you may use bus C18 from Pireos Street. Get off at "Ghipedo" stop (it means football ground in Greek), right outside the stadium.
|Built in: 1965 (Latest redevelopment in 2000)|
|Record attendance: 6,565 (Ionikos FC vs PAS Giannina FC - on 28/1/1973)|
|Home of: Ionikos FC (C Division)|
More data: The stadium is named after the Neapoli district of the Municipality of Nikea. People sometimes also call it "Nikea Stadium". It lies about 2 km west of Korydallos Stadium, home ground of Ionikos' local rivals, Proodeftiki.
Neapoli Stadium was upgraded in 2000, following an initiative of the League. It became an all-seater (previous capacity: 7.026) and floodlights were installed. Facilities below the stands were also given a face-lift. However, the stadium was pretty much left to its fate in the following years. Its condition today is bad, to say the least, as amenities offered to the fans are almost non-existent. Minor works are carried out occasionally, but much more needs to be done, as there are no plans for the construction of a new football ground in this densely populated working-class area of Athens.
The stadium is owned by the Ìunicipality of Nikea.