Olympic Velodrome

Ολυμπιακό Ποδηλατοδρόμιο

Olympic Velodrome

The Olympic Velodrome is part of the wider Olympic Complex in Maroussi. Constructed in 1991 and until 2003 worked as open Velodrome. In 2004 it was renovated by the famous architect Santiago Calatrava and placed roof. It is the only Indoor Velodrome country.


The Olympic Velodrome conducted:

  • Olympics Cycling in August 2004,
  • Paralympic Games in September 2004,
  • World Cup track men – women in 1995, 1996, 1997,
  • the World Junior Championship – nenanidon 1992 and 1999,
  • Mediterranean Games 1991
  • the Balkan struggles between men and adolescents in 2000,

also conducted the National Track Championships and Cup every year.


The Olympic Velodrome is a permanent sports facility and which lays in the southwestern part of the Athens basin. The distance from the center of Athens 18.1 km and 22.7 km from the port of Piraeus.
The main entrance is in Spyrou Loui fenced and has 250 parking spaces.

The venue of the Olympic velodrome has been covering 4,000 m2, 7,000 m2 building, surface / installing 53,400 m2 and percentage of total area of the OAKA 6.20%. The perimeter is 250 meters, the slope of which is to viraz 42th and 12th on the straights.

It has a capacity of 5000 seats, of which 3100 spectators, 1500 journalists and 400 official.

He closed circuit television, two generators, fire protection system.

Operates daily from Monday to Friday from 7:30 to 22:00.

Ολυμπιακό Ποδηλατοδρόμιο εσωτερικό

Olympic Velodrome Indoors

Ολυμπιακό Ποδηλατοδρόμιο εξωτερικός χώρος

Olympic Velodrome Outdoors