Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes Video Book Group
Kidd Brewer Stadium Asheville Boone 1962 30,000 Home of Appalachian State Mountaineers football, field hockey, track & field (Sun Belt Conference)
Explore Boone Asheville Boone 1872 23,150 Home to Appalachian State University Mountaineers
Truist Field Charlotte Charlotte 2014 10,200 Home of the Charlotte Knights (Chicago White Sox AAA affiliate)
Durham Bulls Athletic Park Charlotte Durham 1995 10,000 Home of the Durham Bulls (Tampa Bay Rays AAA affiliate)
Carmichael Arena Charlotte Chapel Hill 1965 8,010 Home of North Carolina Tar Heels volleyball, gymnastics, wrestling & women's basketball (ACC)
Dorrance Field Charlotte Chapel Hill 2019 4,200 Home of North Carolina Tar Heels lacrosse & soccer (ACC)
Big Rock Stadium Outer Banks Morehead City 2010 1,800 Home of Morehead City Marlins baseball (CPL)
Rocky Mount Event Center Charlotte Rocky Mount 2018 4,000 Event center for basketball, volleyball, cheer, dance, meetings, events includes 8 basketball courts, 16 volleyball courts
E. J. Whitmire Stadium Asheville Cullowhee 1974 13,742 Home of Western Carolina Catamounts football (SoCon)
Corbett Sports Center Charlotte Greensboro 1978 21,500 Home of NC A&T State Aggies basketball (MEAC)
Harrah's Cherokee Center Asheville Asheville Asheville 2010 7,674 Hosts tradeshows, concerts, sporting events, family shows & performing arts
Kenan Stadium Charlotte Chapel Hill 1927 62,980 Home of North Carolina Tar Heels football (ACC)
Bank of America Stadium Charlotte Charlotte 1996 73,778 Home of the Carolina Panthers (NFL); Hosts the Queen City Bowl & the ACC Football Championship
Bojangles Coliseum Charlotte Charlotte 1955 10,829 Hosts concerts, sports events, rodeos, conventions
Dorton Arena Charlotte Raleigh 1952 7,610 Has been home to many basketball, football & hockey teams; On the NC State Fairgrounds
PNC Arena Charlotte Raleigh 1999 19,722 Home of the Carolina Hurricanes (NHL)
William Neal Reynolds Coliseum Charlotte Raleigh 1949 14,000 Home of NC State Wolfpack basketball, gymnastics, volleyball & wrestling (ACC)
Koskinen Stadium Charlotte Durham 1984 7,000 Home of Duke Blue Devils lacrosse & soccer (ACC)
Cabarrus Arena & Events Center Charlotte Concord 2002 5,000 Hosts local, regional & national sporting events
Crown Complex Charlotte Fayetteville 1997 13,500 Facilities include a coliseum, expo center, ballroom, theatre & arena
Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum Charlotte Winston-Salem 1989 15,272 Home of Wake Forest Demon Deacons basketball (ACC); Center point of the Winston-Salem Sports & Entertainment Complex
Cameron Indoor Stadium Charlotte Durham 1940 9,314 Home of Duke Blue Devils basketball, volleyball & wrestling (ACC)
Carter-Finley Stadium Charlotte Raleigh 1966 57,583 Home of NC State Wolfpack football (ACC)
Bowman Gray Stadium Charlotte Winston-Salem 1949 20,000 Hosts Whelen All-American Series races; Part of the Winston-Salem Sports & Entertainment Complex
Greensboro Coliseum Complex Charlotte Greensboro 1959 23,500 Consists of Greensboro Coliseum, War Memorial Auditorium, Odeon Theatre, Special Events Center & the Pavilion
Charlotte Motor Speedway Charlotte Concord 1960 140,000 NASCAR Xfinity Series, NASCAR Cup Series, Speedway Christmas light show
Halton Arena Charlotte Charlotte 1996 9,105 Home of UNC Charlotte 49ers basketball & volleyball (C-USA)
Richardson Stadium Charlotte Davidson 1923 6,000 Home of Davidson Wildcats football, lacrosse, track & field (PFL, SoCon)
Five County Stadium Charlotte Zebulon 1991 6,500 Home of the Carolina Mudcats (Milwaukee Brewers A Advanced affiliate)
John M. Belk Arena Charlotte Davidson 1989 5,223 Home of Davidson College Wildcats basketball & volleyball (SoCon); Part of the Baker Sports Complex
Wallace Wade Stadium Charlotte Durham 1929 33,941 Home of Duke Blue Devils football (ACC)
Rocky Mount Sports Complex Charlotte Rocky Mount 2006 5,000 Multi-purpose recreational athletic facility for baseball, football & soccer
Durham County Memorial Stadium Charlotte Durham 1959 8,500 Multi-purpose stadium
Barker-Lane Stadium Charlotte Buies Creek 2008 5,000 Home of Campbell Fighting Camels football (PFL)
Rhodes Stadium Charlotte Elon 2001 13,100 Home of Elon University Phoenix football (NCAA)
Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium Wilmington Greenville 1963 50,000 Home of East Carolina Pirates football (American Athletic Conference)
Truist Field Charlotte Winston-Salem 1968 31,500 Home of Wake Forest Demon Deacons football (ACC)
Dean E. Smith Center Charlotte Chapel Hill 1986 21,750 Home of UNC Chapel Hill Tar Heels basketball (ACC)
Spectrum Center Charlotte Charlotte 2005 20,200 Home of the Charlotte Hornets (NBA) & Charlotte Checkers (AHL)
Moretz Stadium Charlotte Hickory 1920 8,500 Home of Lenoir-Rhyne University Bears football & lacrosse (NCAA)
Meares Stadium & Ammons Family Athletic Center Asheville Mars Hill 1965 5,000 Home of Mars Hill University Lions football (NCAA)
Legion Sports Complex Wilmington Wilmington 1930 6,000 Football, soccer, baseball, tennis, swimming
WakeMed Soccer Park Charlotte Cary 2002 10,000 Hosts ACC soccer championships, men's & women's professional soccer teams
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