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Asheville & Mountains | Charlotte & Piedmont | Outer Banks | Wilmington & Coast

Asheville & Mountains Sports Venues
Asheville & Mountains | Charlotte & Piedmont | Outer Banks | Wilmington & Coast | Index
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1974
Cullowhee
13,742
Home of Western Carolina Catamounts football (SoCon)
 
Mars Hill
5,000
Home of Mars Hill College Lions football (NCAA)
 
Asheville
7,674
Hosts tradeshows, concerts, sporting events, family shows & performing arts
Charlotte & Piedmont Sports Venues
Asheville & Mountains | Charlotte & Piedmont | Outer Banks | Wilmington & Coast | Index
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1981
Greensboro
21,500
Home of NC A&T State Aggies basketball (MEAC)
 
1996
Charlotte
73,298
Home of the Carolina Panthers (NFL); Hosts the Belk Bowl & the ACC Football Championship
 
2008
Buies Creek
5,000
Home of Campbell Fighting Camels football (PFL)
 
2014
Charlotte
10,200
Home of the Charlotte Knights (Chicago White Sox AAA affiliate)
 
1968
Winston-Salem
31,500
Home of Wake Forest Demon Deacons football (ACC)
 
1955
Charlotte
9,605
High school and college sporting events
 
1949
Winston-Salem
20,000
Home of Winston-Salem State Rams football (NCAA); Hosts Whelen All-American Series races; Part of the Winston-Salem Sports & Entertainment Complex
 
2002
Concord
5,000
Hosts local, regional and national sporting events.
 
1940
Durham
9,314
Home of Duke Blue Devils basketball, volleyball & wrestling (ACC)
 
1965
Chapel Hill
8,010
Home of North Carolina Tar Heels women's basketball (ACC)
 
1966
Raleigh
57,583
Home of NC State Wolfpack football (ACC)
 
1960
Concord
140,000
NHRA
 
1982
South Concord
10,550
Hosts the annual USARacing series
 
1997
Fayetteville
13,500
Facilities include a coliseum, expo center, ballroom, theatre & arena
 
1996
Charlotte
9,105
Home of UNC Charlotte 49ers basketball & volleyball (C-USA)
 
1952
Raleigh
7,610
Has been home to many basketball, football & hockey teams; On the NC State Fairgrounds
 
1963
Greenville
50,000
Home of East Carolina Pirates football (C-USA)
 
1995
Durham
10,000
Home of North Carolina Central Eagles baseball (MEAC) & Duke Blue Devils baseball (ACC); Home of the Durham Bulls (Tampa Bay Rays AAA affiliate)
 
1959
Durham
8,500
Multi-purpose stadium
 
1935
Chapel Hill
5,025
Home of North Carolina Tar Heels lacrosse & soccer (ACC)
 
1991
Zebulon
6,500
Home of the Carolina Mudcats (Cleveland Indians A affiliate)
 
1959
Greensboro
23,500
Consists of Greensboro Coliseum, War Memorial Auditorium, Odeon Theatre, Special Events Center & the Pavilion
 
1996
Charlotte
9,105
Home of UNC Charlotte 49ers basketball & volleyball (A-10)
 
1989
Davidson
5,223
Home of Davidson College Wildcats basketball & volleyball (SoCon); Part of the Baker Sports Complex
 
1927
Chapel Hill
62,980
Home of North Carolina Tar Heels football (ACC)
 
1984
Durham
7,000
Home of Duke Blue Devils lacrosse & soccer (ACC)
 
1989
Winston-Salem
15,272
Home of Wake Forest Demon Deacons basketball (ACC); Center point of the Winston-Salem Sports & Entertainment Complex
 
1920
Hickory
8,500
Home of Lenoir-Rhyne University Bears lacrosse (NCAA)
 
1965
Rockingham
34,500
Automobile Racing Club of America, CARS Pro Cup Series. Fast Track High Performance Driving School
 
1999
Raleigh
19,722
Home of the Carolina Hurricanes (NHL)
 
1949
Raleigh
14,000
Home of NC State Wolfpack basketball, gymnastics, volleyball & wrestling (ACC)
 
2001
Elon
13,100
Home of Elon University Phoenix football (NCAA)
 
1923
Davidson
6,000
Home of Davidson Wildcats football and track & field (PFL, SoCon)
 
1986
Chapel Hill
21,750
Home of UNC Chapel Hill Tar Heels basketball (ACC)
 
2005
Charlotte
20,200
Home of the Charlotte Bobcats (NBA) & Charlotte Checkers (AHL)
 
2002
Cary
10,000
Home of NC State Wolfpack soccer (ACC)
 
1929
Durham
33,941
Home of Duke Blue Devils football (ACC)
 
1989
Winston-Salem
14,665
Group of arenas, sports venues, and entertainment venues for football, baseball and racing.
Tri-Cities - Bristol, Johnson City & Kingsport TN; Heart of Appalachia VA Sports Venues
Asheville & Mountains | Charlotte & Piedmont | Outer Banks | Wilmington & Coast | Index
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1962
Boone
23,150
Home of Appalachian State Mountaineers football, field hockey, track & field (SoCon)
Wilmington & Coast Sports Venues
Asheville & Mountains | Charlotte & Piedmont | Outer Banks | Wilmington & Coast | Index
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1930
Wilmington
6,000
Home of the Wilmington Hammerheads soccer team
 
2006
Rocky Mount
5,000
Multi-purpose recreational athletic facility for baseball, basketball, & soccer


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