Alcazar Stadium

Alcazar Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Larissa, Greece part of the National Sports Complex of Larissa (Εθνικό Αθλητικό Κέντρο Λάρισας-Ε.Α.Κ.Λ.). It got its nickname because it is located in the Alcazar park, in Larisa, which was named after the Arabic name for the park which means "The Castle". The stadium was the homeground of the football team AEL from 1964 to 2010, from 2013 to 2015 and from July 2020 until today. It holds 13,108 seats and was built in 1965.

E.A.K. Larissas
Alcazar
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Full nameEthniko Athlitiko Kentro Larissas
Former namesNational Stadium "Olympic Winner Crown Prince Constantine"
LocationGreece Larissa, Greece
Coordinates39°38′55.36″N 22°24′43.60″E / 39.6487111°N 22.4121111°E / 39.6487111; 22.4121111
OwnerGeneral Secretariat of Sports
OperatorAEL
Capacity13,108
SurfaceGrass
ScoreboardYes
Construction
Broke ground1965
Renovated2005, 2020
Tenants
AEL FC (1965–2010, 2013–2015, 2020–) Apollon Larissa (2017–18)
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