Makario Stadium is an all-seater multi-purpose stadium in Nicosia, Cyprus. It was the largest and main sports venue of the capital up to the construction of the New GSP stadium in 1999. At present it is mostly used for football matches and is the home ground of Digenis Morphou and Doxa Katokopia. The stadium holds 16,000 seated spectators. The playing field is surrounded by a running track and can be adapted to hold most track and field events. Apart from corporate boxes and the press centre, there are no coverings for spectators.
It is built in the Nicosia suburb of Makedonitissa in close proximity to the grounds of the Cyprus State Fair with which it shares a large car park.
Over the years it has served as the home ground for Nicosia teams such as Omonia, APOEL and Olympiakos. The Cypriot national team has also played home matches there in the past. Most teams have now relocated to the New GSP stadium.
The Makario was built in 1978 and is named after Makarios III, the Ethnarch of Cyprus; Archbishop and first President of Cyprus. It has hosted many Cypriot Football Cup and Super Cup finals and was the main venue for the 1989 Games of the Small States of Europe.