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Toumba Stadium was built in the late 1950s after PAOK’s ground in the centre of Thessaloniki had become too small for the club. Toumba Stadium officially opened on the 6th of September 1959 with a friendly between PAOK and AEK (0-1). Initially the stadium counted with 20,000 places, but this was soon expanded to a total of about 45,000, and on the 19th of December 1976 the stadium recorded its highest attendance when 45,252 people attended a match between PAOK and AEK. In the mid-1990s, capacity of the stadium decreased again as a result of the installation of seats in place of the terraces. A last series of renovations, including the addition and improvement of VIP facilities, were performed in 2004.

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