Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes
Aggie Stadium & Irwin Belk Track Charlotte & Piedmont Greensboro 1981 21,500 Home of NC A&T State Aggies basketball (MEAC)
Crown Complex Charlotte & Piedmont Fayetteville 1997 13,500 Facilities include a coliseum, expo center, ballroom, theatre & arena
Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum Charlotte & Piedmont Winston-Salem 1989 15,272 Home of Wake Forest Demon Deacons basketball (ACC); Center point of the Winston-Salem Sports & Entertainment Complex
Bojangles' Coliseum Charlotte & Piedmont Charlotte 1955 9,605 High school and college sporting events
Cabarrus Arena & Events Center Charlotte & Piedmont Concord 2002 5,000 Hosts local, regional and national sporting events.
BB&T Ballpark Charlotte & Piedmont Charlotte 2014 10,200 Home of the Charlotte Knights (Chicago White Sox AAA affiliate)
Bowman Gray Stadium Charlotte & Piedmont Winston-Salem 1949 20,000 Home of Winston-Salem State Rams football (NCAA); Hosts Whelen All-American Series races; Part of the Winston-Salem Sports & Entertainment Complex
Kenan Memorial Stadium Charlotte & Piedmont Chapel Hill 1927 62,980 Home of North Carolina Tar Heels football (ACC)
Carter-Finley Stadium Charlotte & Piedmont Raleigh 1966 57,583 Home of NC State Wolfpack football (ACC)
Dorton Arena Charlotte & Piedmont Raleigh 1952 7,610 Has been home to many basketball, football & hockey teams; On the NC State Fairgrounds
PNC Arena Charlotte & Piedmont Raleigh 1999 19,722 Home of the Carolina Hurricanes (NHL)
Moretz Stadium Charlotte & Piedmont Hickory 1920 8,500 Home of Lenoir-Rhyne University Bears lacrosse (NCAA)
Koskinen Stadium Charlotte & Piedmont Durham 1984 7,000 Home of Duke Blue Devils lacrosse & soccer (ACC)
Dean Smith Center Charlotte & Piedmont Chapel Hill 1986 21,750 Home of UNC Chapel Hill Tar Heels basketball (ACC)
Greensboro Coliseum Complex Charlotte & Piedmont Greensboro 1959 23,500 Consists of Greensboro Coliseum, War Memorial Auditorium, Odeon Theatre, Special Events Center & the Pavilion
Reynolds Coliseum Charlotte & Piedmont Raleigh 1949 14,000 Home of NC State Wolfpack basketball, gymnastics, volleyball & wrestling (ACC)
Bank of America Stadium Charlotte & Piedmont Charlotte 1996 73,778 Home of the Carolina Panthers (NFL); Hosts the Belk Bowl & the ACC Football Championship
Cameron Indoor Stadium Charlotte & Piedmont Durham 1940 9,314 Home of Duke Blue Devils basketball, volleyball & wrestling (ACC)
Barker-Lane Stadium Charlotte & Piedmont Buies Creek 2008 5,000 Home of Campbell Fighting Camels football (PFL)
Durham County Stadium Charlotte & Piedmont Durham 1959 8,500 Multi-purpose stadium
Barnhardt SAC / Halton Arena Charlotte & Piedmont Charlotte 1996 9,105 Home of UNC Charlotte 49ers basketball & volleyball (C-USA)
John M. Belk Arena Charlotte & Piedmont Davidson 1989 5,223 Home of Davidson College Wildcats basketball & volleyball (SoCon); Part of the Baker Sports Complex
Concord Motorsport Park Charlotte & Piedmont South Concord 1982 10,550 Hosts the annual USARacing series
Charlotte Motor Speedway Charlotte & Piedmont Concord 1960 140,000 NHRA
Five County Stadium Charlotte & Piedmont Zebulon 1991 6,500 Home of the Carolina Mudcats (Cleveland Indians A affiliate)
Durham Bulls Athletic Park Charlotte & Piedmont Durham 1995 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)
Wallace Wade Stadium Charlotte & Piedmont Durham 1929 33,941 Home of Duke Blue Devils football (ACC)
Richardson Stadium Charlotte & Piedmont Davidson 1923 6,000 Home of Davidson Wildcats football and track & field (PFL, SoCon)
Rocky Mount Sports Complex Charlotte & Piedmont Rocky Mount 2006 5,000 Multi-purpose recreational athletic facility for baseball, basketball, & soccer
Spectrum Center Charlotte & Piedmont Charlotte 2005 20,200 Home of the Charlotte Bobcats (NBA) & Charlotte Checkers (AHL)
Fetzer Field Charlotte & Piedmont Chapel Hill 1935 5,025 Home of North Carolina Tar Heels lacrosse & soccer (ACC)
Carmichael Auditorium Charlotte & Piedmont Chapel Hill 1965 8,010 Home of North Carolina Tar Heels women's basketball (ACC)
Mooresville Visitors Bureau Charlotte & Piedmont Mooresville 1856 Home of JR Motorsports, Kasey Kahne Racing, Kyle Busch Motorsports, MTJ Motorsports, Team Penske PLAN
WakeMed Soccer Park Charlotte & Piedmont Cary 2002 10,000 Home of NC State Wolfpack soccer (ACC)
Rhodes Stadium Charlotte & Piedmont Elon 2001 13,100 Home of Elon University Phoenix football (NCAA)
BB&T Field Charlotte & Piedmont Winston-Salem 1968 31,500 Home of Wake Forest Demon Deacons football (ACC)
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