The pitch was littered with fireworks, flares and smoke bombs throughout the derby in Athens, as supporters also tried to charge on to the pitch.
After the hold-up, the game started 15 minutes late before former Fulham midfielder Pajtim Kasami was struck by a flare shortly ahead of half-time.
This was followed by a brawl at a meeting of league organisers on Tuesday with the league already being suspended twice this season due to football-related violence
And Greece's Syriza ruling party are determined to stamp out the problem with Super League president Giorgios Borovilos confirming the news
"What we have been informed is that the Super League and the Football League have been suspended indefinitely," he said.
"We have a new government who are looking to bring this subject up for discussion and implement state laws related to it."
Borovilos confirmed it hadn't yet been decided how long matches would be suspended for - or on what conditions they would resume.