* Address: Athens
* Country: Hellenic Republic
* Capacity: 16,000
* Opened: 1922
* Main use: Football
* Tenants: Panathinaikos FC (football)
Extra stadium info – Apostolos Nikolaidis Stadium
The venue is also known as the Leoforos Alexandras Stadium. It became the oldest stadium in the Greek top-flight football league. The stadium’s record attendance was set in 1967, when 29,000 people showed up for a football match between Panathinaikos Football Club and the German side FC Bayern München. In 1971, Panathinaikos FC became the first Greek club in a final of the European championship for football clubs. 83,000 people attended the game, which took place in London. The same year, Panathinaikos Football Club played their first-ever world championship games.
Panathinaikos FC lost the two-legged world championship final against Club Nacional de Football from Uruguay. The first leg ended in a 1-1 draw and the second leg was won by Nacional. In 2010, Panathinaikos FC became the second Greek side with 20 top-flight football league titles. Olympiacos became the first one. That football season, Panathinaikos Football Club gathered 70 points in the Greek top division. They won 22 games, they lost four games and four games ended in a draw during that league season. Panathinaikos FC drew an average home attendance of 27,000 in that domestic league season.