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karaiskakis stadium / γήπεδο Καραϊσκάκη

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posted by Dimitrios Tsortanidis alias dtsortanidis on Thursday 2nd of February 2012 09:55:51 AM

explored !!!!!!!! thank you all !!!!!!!!!! Karaiskakis Stadium (Greek: Γήπεδο Καραϊσκάκης [ˈʝipeðo karaiˈskacis]) is in the Neo Faliro area of Piraeus, Greece. It is the home ground of Olympiacos F.C. and is named after Georgios Karaiskakis (Γεώργιος Καραϊσκάκης), hero of the Greek War of Independence, who was mortally wounded near the area. It was used during the 1896 Summer Olympics as the Neo Phaliron Velodrome, where Frenchman Paul Masson took the three track cycling gold medals. It was renovated during the 1960s and was completely rebuilt in 2004 into a 32,115 capacity, all seater stadium, ready for the football competition of the 2004 Summer Olympics.[3] The stadium was totally demolished and built again from the beginning, facing a different direction. This complete reconstruction took a record time of only 14 months, finishing just in time for the Olympic Games. Karaiskakis Stadium is classified among 13 other ones around Europe as a 4-star football stadium by the UEFA organisation, allowing it to host the UEFA Europa League Final if chosen. It hosts 40 VIP lounges and suites, that can hold up to 472 persons, a press conference hall, that can hold up to 130 seats, 200 seats for press and media coverage, an entire shopping mall, with restaurants, cafés, retail and clothing stores, a gym and a Museum dedicated to the history of Olympiacos CFP. There are 10 automated ticket selling machines around the stadium enabling reservations through the internet or by phone. There is no extra charge for the parking area, which takes up to 2,500 cars. Due to its design, the stadium's tribunes have the ability to empty within 7 minutes. The stadium also has restaurants and stores opened during concerts and games and sometimes open with the daily general timetable of most Greek stores and shops. The stadium is easily accessed through the Metro railway, at the station "Faliro", which is 30 minutes from Athens city centre, and through the Mass Transit System, at the station "S.E.F." (English transliteration of the initials for Stádion Irínis ke Philías, "Stadium of Peace and Friendship"), which is around 40 minutes from the centre of Athens. info from wikipedia

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