National Athletic Center Glyfada Makis Liougas

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National Athletic Center Glyfada Makis Liougas, commonly known as Glyfada Indoor Hall[1] (Greek: Εθνικού Αθλητικού Κέντρου Γλυφάδας Ματθαίος Λιούγκας) is an indoor arena that is located in Glyfada, Athens, Greece. Its current official seating capacity is 3,500.[2] The arena is mainly used to host volleyball and basketball games.[1]

Glyfada Makis Liougas Sportshall
Glyfada Indoor Hall
Full nameNational Athletic Center Glyfada Makis Liougas
LocationGlyfada, Athens, Greece
Coordinates37°51′33.39″N 23°45′19.20″E / 37.8592750°N 23.7553333°E / 37.8592750; 23.7553333Coordinates: 37°51′33.39″N 23°45′19.20″E / 37.8592750°N 23.7553333°E / 37.8592750; 23.7553333
OwnerGeneral Secretariat of Sports
CapacityBasketball: 3,500
Volleyball: 3,500
SurfaceParquet
Opened1970

HistoryEdit

Glyfada Indoor Hall opened in 1970. Over the years, the arena has been used by: Panathinaikos B.C., Panathinaikos V.C., Olympiacos B.C., Panionios B.C., Ikaros Kallitheas B.C., Olympiacos Women's Basketball, the Greek women's national basketball team, and the Greek women's national volleyball team.

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