Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes
Bon Secours Wellness Arena Greenville & Spartanburg Greenville 1998 15,000 Home of the Greenville Swamp Rabbits (ECHL)
Carolina Coliseum Columbia Columbia 1968 12,401 Former home of South Carolina Gamecocks basketball (SEC)
Hippodrome Events Complex Augusta & Aiken North Augusta 5,000 Multipurpose event complex, including equestrian events
Eugene E. Stone III Stadium Columbia Columbia 1996 5,700 Home of South Carolina Gamecocks soccer (SEC)
Williams-Brice Stadium Columbia Columbia 1934 80,250 Home of South Carolina Gamecocks football (SEC)
Family Circle Tennis Center Charleston Charleston 2001 10,200 20 tennis courts; host of the WTA Tour's Volvo Car Open
Bailey Memorial Stadium Greenville & Spartanburg Clinton 2002 6,500 Home of Presbyterian Blue Hose football (Big South)
Colonial Life Arena Columbia Columbia 2002 18,000 Home of South Carolina Gamecocks basketball (SEC)
North Charleston Coliseum & Performing Arts Center Charleston North Charleston 1993 13,295 Home of the South Carolina Stingrays (ECHL)
Carolina Motorsports Park Charlotte & Piedmont Kershaw 1999 5,000 Home of the Palmetto Motorsports Club
SRP Park Augusta & Aiken North Augusta 2018 5,000 Home of the Augusta GreenJackets (MiLB)
Whitney Field Augusta & Aiken Aiken 1882 5,000 The oldest polo field in continuous use in the United States; Home of the Aiken Polo Club
Anderson Sports & Entertainment Center Greenville & Spartanburg Anderson 1991 12,000 Host to concerts, festivals, meetings, trade shows, sporting events, tournaments including softball, baseball, tennis, soccer, disc golf
Winthrop Coliseum Charlotte & Piedmont Rock Hill 1982 6,100 Home of Winthrop Eagles basketball & volleyball
Oliver C. Dawson Stadium Charleston Orangeburg 1955 22,000 Home of South Carolina State Bulldogs football & soccer (MEAC)
Darlington Raceway Myrtle Beach & Eastern SC Darlington 1950 75,000 NASCAR Xfinity Series, Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Serices
Myrtle Beach Speedway Myrtle Beach & Eastern SC Myrtle Beach 1958 12,000 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series, Late Model Charger, Super Trucks, Mini Stocks
Riggs Field Greenville & Spartanburg Clemson 1915 6,500 Home of Clemson Tigers soccer (ACC)
Gibbs Stadium Greenville & Spartanburg Spartanburg 1996 13,000 Home of Wofford College Terriers football (SoCon); Spartanburg High School varsity football
Littlejohn Coliseum Greenville & Spartanburg Clemson 1968 10,325 Home of Clemson Tigers basketball (ACC)
Myrtle Beach Sports Center Myrtle Beach & Eastern SC Myrtle Beach 2015 2,000 100,000 sq. ft flexible indoor space including 8 Basketball Courts, 16 Volleyball Courts, 12-screen video wall, cafe and retail area; designed to host court sports, wrestling, gymnastics, table tennis, pickle ball, other sports events and tradeshows PLAN
Florence Area Sports Council Myrtle Beach & Eastern SC Florence 1992 10,000 Sports complex for softball, baseball, tennis, soccer, basketball
Brooks Stadium / Benton Field Myrtle Beach & Eastern SC Conway 2003 20,000 Home of Coastal Carolina Chanticleers football (Sun Belt), The Myrtle Beach Bowl
The Ripken Experience Myrtle Beach Myrtle Beach & Eastern SC Myrtle Beach 2006 6,000 The complex consists of 9 fields - 4 regulation-size diamonds & 5 youth diamonds
Greenville Pickens Speedway Greenville & Spartanburg Easley 1940 20,000 NASCAR
Dillon Motor Speedway Myrtle Beach & Eastern SC Dillon 1966 5,000
Grand Park Athletic Complex Myrtle Beach & Eastern SC Myrtle Beach 2010 875 9 lighted FieldTurf and 2 natural turf fields for baseball, softball, lacrosse, soccer, football PLAN
Memorial Stadium Greenville & Spartanburg Clemson 1942 81,500 Home of Clemson Tigers football (ACC)
North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex Myrtle Beach & Eastern SC Little River 2014 9,000 163-acre park includes a baseball/softball complex and a soccer/lacrosse complex plus an amphitheater PLAN
Thoroughbred Country Augusta & Aiken Aiken 1871 4,000 Choose among 13 Golf Courses. Paddle the Edisto River - the longest, free-flowing, blackwater river in the U.S. PLAN
Visit Myrtle Beach Myrtle Beach & Eastern SC Myrtle Beach 1901 8,000 World-class golfing & a variety of sports facilities PLAN
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