Club: Atromitos FC | Opening: 1947 | Capacity: 8,969 seats
History and description
Peristeri Stadium opened on Easter Sunday 1947.
The stadium underwent several refurbishments in the 1970s and in 2005 when Atromitos promoted to the top division.
Further upgrades were made in 2012 when the club qualified for European football, including the installation of new seats.
How to get to Peristeri Stadium
Peristeri Stadium is located in the north-west of Athens at about 5 kilometres from Athens’ city centre.
The nearest metro station is station Peristeri on the red line 2. The stadium lies about a kilometres north of the stadium, or a 15-minute walk away.
Line 2 runs right through Athens’ city centre, e.g. stations Monastiraki, Syntagma, or Acropoli. It’s a short 10-minute ride.
Address: 121 31, Kresnas 82, Peristeri 121 31
Tickets for Atromitos games can be bought online, or at the ticket windows of the stadium from a few days before the match.
Expect to pay from €10.00 to €30.00 for a ticket.
Photos of Peristeri Stadium
Useful Internet links
Atromitosfc.gr – Official website of Atromitos FC.
Breathtakingathens.com – City of Athens official visitors guide.
Ametro.gr – Information on the Athens metro.
OASA.gr – Athens area public transport information.