History

The ‘ATERMON’ Sports Club – Center of Creative Activities for Children (CCAC) has its seat at 12, Kyriakopoulou St. in Thessaloniki. This non-profit Sports Club was established in 2001, through the respective publication at the Thessaloniki Court of first instance. Since 2013 and under the license issued by the Kilkis Sub-District, it also operates as a Center of Creative Activities for children aged 5 – 12, with a capacity of 476 children per shift, and operating during two licensed shifts. Its total capacity reaches 956 children, making it the largest Center of Creative Activities for Children (CCAC) in Greece, seated in Thessaloniki.

Scope of the company

The ‘ATERMON’ SC – CCAC aims at introducing children to sports and educational activities, reinforcing their contact and socialization with children from other geographical regions of Greece, as well as from abroad, in order to develop their education as well as their interculturality specialized exercise, in order to bring out the talent of high level athletes utilizing community budgets, so that all children living around the ‘ATERMON’ Sports Club – ATERMON CCAC and beyond can have access to FREE sports and culture education





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