Kerkyra Stadium
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Capacity: 2,776 (seated)
The stadium is located in the town of Corfu (Kerkyra in Greek), on the namesake island. You may reach Corfu by boat from Igoumenitsa or Patras on the Greek mainland, as well as from many Italian ports. The island has an international airport. The stadium itself is located south of the town, right next to the airport. It is therefore very easy to find it. You may also get there by using bus #2 that goes to Kanoni. Get off at the stop on Garitsa Bay and walk to the stadium (300m).
Built in: 1961 (Latest redevelopment in 2007)
Record attendance: 5,649 (Kerkyra FC vs PAS Giannina - on 5/10/1969)
Home of: Kerkyra FC (Superleague)
More data: The stadium is part of the Kerkyra National Sports Centre. It has two stands along the sides of the pitch: a larger western and a smaller eastern one. The latter was constructed in 1973 and little much happened for the next 30 years at the stadium. You may see some photos of Kerkyra Stadium that were previously on this page: 1, 2, 3, 4.

Floodlights were installed in 2003, while the stadium became an all-seater in 2005. In 2007, a roof was constructed over the main west stand.
Another vital addition is the new north stand, the construction of which was scheduled to be completed by 2007, but to this day has not even begun. A temporary stand with 200 seats was erected in its place during 2010, however it is rarely used due to safety concerns. The new north stand has a planned capacity of 1,230, provided it will be constructed of course!
The stadium is owned by the Greek State (General Secretariat of Sports).
Many thanks to Mr. Georgios Tombros for his kind offer of the photos of Kerkyra Stadium
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