Athens Kallithea FC play at Grigoris Lamprakis Stadium in the Athenian district of Kallithea, located 2 km south of the Acropolis and 1 km west of Leoforos Syggrou, the main road linking the Athens city center to the Athens Riviera.

Built in 1970, and named after the Greek liberal politician and peace activist Grigoris Lamprakis, it is a multi-use public stadium that at present has a seating capacity of 6,300.

The stadium is commonly referred to by its nickname “El Paso,” a reference to Clint Eastwood’s 1965 Spaghetti Western film For a Few Dollars More (which had the Greek title Duel in El Paso), as the stadium was built on the site of a quarry and features a tall rock along the north side of the pitch, which was thought to be reminiscent of scenes from the film.