The Trikala Municipal Stadium is a sports stadium in Trikala, Greece. It is used for football matches of the local team Trikala F.C. and athletics events. The stadium frequently serves as a neutral venue for penalised teams and has hosted games between major Greek Clubs in the past. It has also served as the venue for the Athens Grand Prix Tsiklitiria as well as hosted concerts. The stadium has a horse shoe shaped stand with a capacity of 14,000 (seated) and was built in 1950 as a national stadium and one of the biggest in the country at the time.
The local team uses the pitch as a home stadium since 1963. Many matches with the most successful Greek teams have been played in the field as the team participated several times in the first national league. The record of attendance was set with 18,231 people in 1972 against the Runner-Up of the UEFA Champions League of 1971 Panathinaikos.