Panthessaliko Stadium is a 2004 constructed stadium located in the port city of Volos within the region of Thessaly. Opened in time for the 2004 Summer Olympics, the 22,700 capacity ground is home to not one but two Greek football teams: Olympiacos Volou 1937 F.C and Niki Volos F.C.
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Niki Volos Stadium Guide
Panthessaliko Stadium History
Constructed at a cost of €50 million, Panthessaliko Stadium first opened on 30th July 2004 where it hosted football matches of the 2004 Summer Olympic Games which was held in Athens. One of six venues used for the competition, the ground hosted four group matches including a memorable game between Japan and Italy which ended in 3-2.
Although Panthessaliko’s capacity was set at 21,000 during the Olympics it appears as if the match between Greece and Mexico on 17th August 2004 exceeded this figure by around 600 seats. The record attendance of 21,597 from this match has subsequently yet to be beaten.
Designed by Hasapis, Sargentis & associates, the stadium is regarded as one of the most original multi-purpose sports grounds in Greece as each stand takes on unique dimensions giving the ground a slightly askew appearance despite the uniformity of the concrete exterior.
Panthessaliko Stadium Away Section
Similarly to the seating plan, if anyone of our readers knows where the visiting supporters are housed then please get in touch so we can update this section.
Niki Volos Club Shop
It doesn’t appear as if there is a permanent fan shop of either Niki Volos F.C or Olympiacos Volou at Panthessaliko Stadium. As it’s municipally owned this doesn’t exactly come as a surprise.
Can you take a stadium Tour?
We can’t find anything on the web which suggests tours of the stadium or sports complex are available.
How to buy Niki Volos Tickets
Very few clubs sell football tickets online which works in the favour of Football Trippers as you can instead pick them before kick-off at the ground on matchdays. Don’t expect to pay much more than €15.00 for a decent seat which is centrally located.
How to get to Panthessaliko Stadium
Where is Panthessaliko Stadium?
Panthessaliko Stadium is situated on the outskirts of town approximately 2.5 km north of Nea Ionia’s central area.
The stadium’s address for satnav is as follows:
- Panthessaliko Stadio Nea Ionia 384 46 Greece
Although there appears to be a mid-sized car park at Panthessaliko Stadium the exact parking arrangements on matchdays are unclear.
Train - Public Transport
Volos Railway Station (?????) is situated within the heart of Nea Ionia an estimated 3.2km south of Stadio Panthessaliko.
Airports and Flying
The closest major airport appears to be Nea Anchialos National Airport which is around 32 km south of Volos anticlockwise around the Pagasetic Gulf.
Hotels Near Panthessaliko Stadium
Hotel Anastasia is a good bridge between Panthessaliko Stadium and the railway station with the majority of accommodation options to be found in the Analipsi suburb which overlooks the harbour. Here there is the likes of Hotel Electra, Hotel Nefeli and Aegli Pallas Hotel Volos.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who plays at Panthessaliko Stadium?
Greek side Niki Volos play their home matches at Panthessaliko Stadium.
What is the capacity of Panthessaliko Stadium?
As of 2021 Panthessaliko Stadium has an official seating capacity of 10,200 for Football matches.
When was Panthessaliko Stadium opened?
Panthessaliko Stadium officially opened in 1970 and is home to Niki Volos
Are there any Covid restrictions at the stadium?
Covid Restrictions may be in place when you visit Panthessaliko Stadium in 2021. Please visit the official website of Niki Volos for full information on changes due to the Coronavirus.