Our philosophy aims at the wider dissemination of all the values it represents, 55 years now the M.G.C. Panserraikos Club and they are in line with the common goals of our members. We identify with the modern methods of spreading sports, such as the modern multi-sport clubs of the federation we are members. We hope to teach and promote, to our young athletes, actions, with a wider social dimension in the Greek region, sensitizing our fellow citizens on issues related to people with disabilities, the social integration of immigrants and gender equality through sports. In addition, the continuous training of our executives, develops skills for the development of our multi-member departments, better training the infrastructure departments than the multi-sport coaches.
The vision of our M.G.C. Panserraikos is to promote “fight well”. Through the training and continuous training of our athletes and executives, we try to strengthen the profile of the club, with privately owned facilities, training facilities, hosting facilities for athletes, and new stadiums in the coming years.
Our mission are to continue to be the largest multi-sport club, with a leading figure in Northern Greece. Through our departments and athletes, we fight with respect for the opponent, we represent moral values in society and the sports world, worthy of the achievements and expectations of our fans and supporters.
The aim is for the next years, Panserraikos, to acquire its own training center, with the possibility of hosting all the athletes and sports of the Association, as well as the infrastructure departments. The plan includes hostels, dining and locker rooms as well as training areas for athletes, coaches and executives.
An ambitious but realistic plan by the new and historical administration of MGS Panserraikos is the evolution of the successful MGS teams. It is the main goal, to reciprocate the club, the love of the people, through new stadium facilities, with infrastructure worthy of the Serres athletes, significantly strengthening the competitive and historical profile of the “lions”.