GREEK football bosses are struggling to find a venue for their cup final – despite it being set to take place on May 24.
Greek FA president Panagiotis Baltakos was keen to play the game abroad.
And this despite the fact that it is a high-risk collision AEK Athens and PAOK.
Selhurst Park has a seating capacity of 25,486.
The Eagles play Bournemouth at home this Saturday and meet Fulham the following week.
They will complete their Premier League back on home soil on May 28th.
And even Australia, with a large Greek population, has been studied.
Cyprus turned down the chance due to the possible behavior of the two fan groups. And now the game could take place in Poland.
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The city of Sosnowiec is an option.
And the Hellenic Football Federation could announce the venue on Friday – just 12 days before the showpiece.
Clashes between the two sides are known as the ‘Double-Headed Eagles Derby’, with both clubs being refugees after the Greco-Turkish War, the Asia Minor disaster and population exchanges from Constantinople, AEK in Nea Filadelfia and PAOK in Thessaloniki.
Both sides use the same double-headed eagle emblem, but in different colors, and there have been numerous of these chaotic and chilling clashes between fans and players in recent years.