Man United fans’ guide to Olympiakos
Posted on 18th February 2014
While our International Ground Guide is undergoing some maintenance, we thought we’d provide our usual service of advice and information for travelling supporters in brief blog form.
Once up and running again our ground guide will cover all manner of information from travel options to hotel advice, eating and drinking suggestions to practical tips on getting around, along with safety and security advice and anything else we think will be of use to travelling supporters.
In the meantime, while the below might not necessarily have all the information you’ll be after if you’re heading out to Greece, we’re always available to help – just drop us an email if you have any questions.
We’ll do our best to find out what you need to know, either from our own vast experience in covering England and Wales games abroad, or from our friends at Football Supporters Europe.
About the Stadium
Initially built in the 19th century, the Karaiskakis was used during the 1896 Olympics, but was significantly renovated in the 1960s before being completely demolished and rebuilt in 2004 for the Athens Olympics.