In 1932, Ioseph Chourouktsoglou and Nikolaos Epioglou decided to move Atromitos to Peristeri. Earlier, it was located in the same area as Panathinaikos, and they had found it hard to establish a large fan base or develop a unique identity. There, they formed a merger with the local team of Astir Peristeriou (meaning "Star"), from which comes the crest of Atromitos, a blue star.

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Atromitos played in second division until May 1972 when, under the coaching of Savva Papazoulou, they were re-promoted to the first level. It proved a change too hard to handle, and they were demoted the following year. In 1975, a better-prepared Atromitos returned to the first division with a large fanbase, and ended the year in 13th place, securing their spot in the top flight. In 1976 they improved to end the season in 9th place, the best in the club's history. But, they relegated in 1977.

The home ground of Atromitos was once well-maintained but has been recently neglected. In its early days, Peristeri had grown to become the fourth largest municipality in Greece. The first club home ground was the grounds of "Bravery", which was located beyond the last shanty town of Evangelistria.

In 1953, Atromitos moved to their present location, which contained only central stands for the spectators; the changing rooms consisted of a small room at the end of the stands. Much later, a larger stand was built with a capacity of 6,000 spectators. It was also used for non-football purposes, such as musical performances.

Before occupation of Greece, they played again in Panhellenic championship in the season of 1938–39.

The 2013–14 pre-season friendly against West Bromwich Albion was lost by 3–1.

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During the following two years, Atromitos stayed in the upper part of the first division of Athens, and in 1929, they finished third behind Panathinaikos and AEK.[3] They repeated the feat in 1930[4] but they were relegated from the first division of Athens in 1931, as they came last with only one point.[5]

In the 2010–2011 season Atromitos Fc made a historic run to the Greek Cup Final. However, they lost 3–0 to AEK.

During the chairmanship of Victor Mitropoulos in EPAE, blue and white plastic seats were installed in the central stand. Before the Athens Olympics, Atromitos installed floodlights and renovated the running track so the ground could be used as a coaching facility during the Olympic Games. Under the football ground there are spaces and facilities for activities such as wrestling, chess and boxing.

Plus, Atromitos FC possess installations situated on NATO Avenue, in the Aspropyrgos area. The Aspropyrgos training centre includes a football pitch, dressing rooms, a fully equipped gym and a massage area. The Aspropyrgos football pitch is also being used by the Atromitos U-21 and U-17 youth teams.[6]

Since summer of 2007, Atromitos FC possesses a modern Sports Complex, located in the center of Peristeri. During the summer of 2004, this same Sports Complex has been used as the Peristeri Olympic Boxing Hall and includes a 3.000 spectators main pitch, an auxiliary pitch as well as a 5-a-side pitch, such as the club's offices.

Repairs to fragile parts of the stadium due to humidity and earthquake damage are expected to be carried out.

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Atromitos are based in western Athens and their main supporters club is called "Fedayeen". Founded in 1980, they have a space underneath the stands. They are dedicated to support the local football team. The younger element of the support are known as the "Little Atoms".

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Atromitos Athens Football Club (Greek: Π.Α.Ε. Α.Π.Σ. Ατρόμητος Αθηνών, PAE APS Atromitos Athinon, literally meaning "Fearless") is an association football club based in Peristeri, Athens that plays in the Superleague Greece. It was founded in 1923 and its home ground is Peristeri Stadium.

For the 2015–2016 season, Atromitos F.C has achieved an important qualification to the UEFA Europa League playoffs after recording two wins against Aik Solna, 3–1 in the first game in Sweden and 1–0 in the rematch at Peristeri Stadium. There they will face highly rated Fenerbahçe S.K. of Turkey.