Apollon Patras Indoor Hall
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Capacity: 3,500
Location: The hall is located in Patras, 220 km west of Athens. The city has an airport, only used by charter flights. You can get to Patras by boat from Italy or train from Athens. The indoor hall itself is located in the south part of Patras, in a suburb called "Perivola".

If you are coming by car from Athens, you don't need to drive through the city. Follow the motorway bypass towards Pyrgos and exit at "Patra 3 - Glafkos". Turn right after 500m and this will bring you to a roundabout, where you will see the indoor hall on your right.

To reach Apollon Patras Indoor Hall from within the city, you may use bus #7. If, however, you want to get there by car, you will have to find the road leading to Kalavryta. Pass by "Aghios Andreas" hospital and at the traffic lights continue straight ahead towards "Clauss". Go on for another 1.2 km and you will see the Panpeloponnesian Stadium on your left. The road splits in two 200m after the stadium. Go left and after 1.7 km you will come to the roundabout mentioned above.
Built in: 1992
Home of: Apollon Patras B.C. (Basket League)
More data: Apollon Patras Indoor Hall is sometimes called "Perivola Indoor Hall", taking the name of the area where it is located.

The hall's main characteristic is its impressive and beautiful roof, made entirely of wood.

Although photos on this page show that only the main stand is covered with plastic seats, this is no longer the case. Seats were installed on all stands in 2012.

It should finally be noted that Apollon Patras Indoor Hall hosted the Greek All-Star Game of 2013.
The indoor hall is owned by AS Apollon Patras amateur club.
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