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|Capacity: 9,500 (seated)|
The stadium is located in Serres, a city 80 km north-east of Thessaloniki, 590 km north of Athens. Serres is served by the airport of Thessaloniki. You may also get there by train. The stadium itself is located in the southern part of the city. To find it, if you drive to Serres, follow the Ring Road for about 5.5 km until you get to the railway station junction. The station is on your right, but you must turn left into Merarchias Street, towards the city centre. 1 km later, after passing by the fire department, turn right into Bekiari Street and you will see the stadium.
|Built in: 1926 (Latest redevelopment in 1976)|
|Record attendance: 14,200 (Panserraikos FC vs AE Larissa FC - in 1972)|
More data: Serres Municipal Stadium could originally hold just 1,000 seated and 3,000 standing spectators, as only the west stand existed. It was the home of two clubs, Iraklis Serres and Apollon Serres, who merged in 1964 to form Panserraikos FC.
The latest important additions were the two curved stands behind the goals, which were constructed in 1976. The stadium became an all-seater in 2005, when floodlights were also installed. In 2008 a new roof was constructed over the west stand (only its central part was previously covered). At the same time, all the press booths were moved to the east stand.
Despite all these works, the stadium shows its age. A major problem was also recently revealed regarding the structural condition of the south curve; it remains closed for fans to this day.
The stadium is owned by the Municipality of Serres.