The Greek Cup final has been postponed to a later date due to fears of organised fan violence, after police discovered gasoline bombs and wooden bats hidden near the stadium where the match was scheduled to take place.
Piraeus based Olympiakos and AEK Athens were scheduled to play on Sunday at George Kamaras Stadium in Athens.
However, the Greek Soccer Federation postponed the match and said a new date and possible new venue would be found.
Police discovered the 18 gasoline bombs and 12 large wooden bats hidden in a park near the stadium.
Soccer games in Greece have been held without fans since the covid-19 lockdown was lifted last month.