AEK celebrates another great moment in the team's 100-year history with the opening of its Museum in New Philadelphia at OPAP Arena

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The Eternal Ambassador of AEK, Thomas Mavros cut the ribbon of the inauguration, in a touching ceremony that was attended by a large number of people

The AEK History Museum was inaugurated today and will open its doors to the public next Wednesday, April 24, the day of AEK's match against Panathinaikos at OPAP ARENA. On this particular day, it will be open to the public from 10am until the start of the match (8.30pm).

As far as the Museum's opening hours and ticketing methods are concerned, there will be a further announcement at the beginning of next week, in view of the opening of its operation.

AEK celebrates another great moment in the team's 100-year history with the opening of its Museum in New Philadelphia at OPAP Arena! The Eternal Ambassador of AEK, Thomas Mavros cut the ribbon of the inauguration, in a touching ceremony that was attended by a large number of people.

The AEK History Museum is a unique space that showcases the rich history of the club, from its foundation in 1924 to the present day. The museum houses a collection of memorabilia including trophies, jerseys, photographs, and documents. Visitors to the museum can learn about the club's greatest moments, as well as the challenges it has faced over the years.

The opening of the AEK History Museum is a testament to the club's commitment to preserving its heritage and sharing it with future generations of fans. The museum is sure to become a popular destination for AEK fans and anyone interested in the history of Greek football.

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