Sport / Basketball
/ Greek Basket League
| 04 Apr 20 ||Promitheas Patras  || - || Iraklis BC|
| 11 Apr 20 ||Iraklis BC  || - || Ifaistos Limnou|
| 15 Apr 20 ||PAOK BC  || - || Iraklis BC|
| 28 Mar 20 ||Iraklis BC || || - || ||Kolossos BC|
| 21 Mar 20 ||Lavrio BC || || - || ||Iraklis BC|
| 14 Mar 20 ||Iraklis BC || || - || ||Panathinaikos BC|
| 07 Mar 20 ||AEK BC || ||86 - 61 || ||Iraklis BC|
| 29 Feb 20 ||Iraklis BC || ||107 - 75 || ||Ionikos Nikaias|
Promitheas Patras B.C. (Greek: Προμηθέας Πατρών K.A.E.) is a Greek professional basketball club that is based in Patras, Greece. It is a part of the Greek multi-sports club A.S. Promitheas Patras. The club's full name can be rendered as either A.S.P. Promitheas B.C. or A.S. Promitheas Patras B.C. With the acronym "A.S." standing for Athlitikos Syllogos (Greek: Αθλητικός Σύλλογος).Team Members
The club is named after Prometheus, one of the most well-knows Greek mythological Titans, and the flame representing the fire knowledge he gave to people is the club's emblem (logo). The club is owned by Vangelis Liolios, who is also the owner of the Greek coffee company, Coffee Island, and managed by coach Makis Giatras.
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Ivanofeio Sports Arena (Greek: Ιβανώφειο Κλειστό Γυμναστήριο, Greek pronunciation: ), is an indoor sports arena that is located in Thessaloniki, Greece. Its capacity is 2,500 spectators, and it is mainly used as the home court of the Greek professional basketball club Iraklis.
Ivanofeio Sports Arena is located in the city centre of Thessaloniki, next to the campus of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. It can be accessed by bus lines 15, 17, and 37.
Ivanofeio Sports Arena opened in 1987, to host the games of Iraklis. It is owned by GS Iraklis, and was named after Jerzy Iwanow-Szajnowicz, a Polish athlete of GS Iraklis, and a member of the Greek Resistance, who was executed ιν 1943 in Athens by the Axis occupation forces. Expansion works took place in 1991, to increase the capacity from 1,300 to 2,500. Ivanofeio has hosted games of the Greek Basket League, the EuroLeague, the Korać Cup, and the Saporta Cup. Iraklis' fans refer to Ivanofeio as "o Naos" (Greek: ο Ναός), which is Greek for "the Temple".
Apart from Iraklis, Ivanofeio hosted the home games of Aris during the 2003–04 season. Ivanofeio also hosts non-sports activities, such as music concerts. Fanart