Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes Video Book Group
Oliver C. Dawson Stadium Charleston Orangeburg 1955 22,000 Home of South Carolina State Bulldogs football & soccer (MEAC)
Buckwalter Recreation Center Hilton Head Bluffton 2009 Soccer complex, outdoor skate park, indoor track, batting cages, 4 basketball courts, 2 racquetball courts, volleyball court
The Ripken Experience Myrtle Beach Myrtle Beach Myrtle Beach 2006 6,000 Complex includes 4 regulation-size diamonds & 5 youth diamonds
Grand Park Athletic Complex Myrtle Beach Myrtle Beach 2010 875 9 lighted FieldTurf & 2 natural turf fields for baseball, softball, lacrosse, soccer, football; 6-lane batting tunnel
Myrtle Beach Sports Center Myrtle Beach 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
North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex Myrtle Beach Little River 2014 9,000 163-acre park includes a baseball/softball complex, soccer/lacrosse complex, & amphitheater
Thoroughbred Country Aiken Aiken 1871 4,000 Choose among 13 Golf Courses. Paddle the Edisto River - the longest, free-flowing, blackwater river in the U.S.
Bon Secours Wellness Arena Greenville Greenville 1998 15,000 Home of the Greenville Swamp Rabbits (ECHL); Hosts concerts, sports, graduations
North Charleston Coliseum & Performing Arts Center Charleston North Charleston 1993 13,295 Home of the South Carolina Stingrays (ECHL)
Whitney Field Aiken Aiken 1882 5,000 The oldest polo field in continuous use in the United States; Home of the Aiken Polo Club
Bailey Memorial Stadium Greenville Clinton 2002 6,500 Home of Presbyterian Blue Hose football (Big South)
Williams-Brice Stadium Columbia Columbia 1934 80,250 Home of South Carolina Gamecocks football (SEC)
Colonial Life Arena Columbia Columbia 2002 18,000 Home of South Carolina Gamecocks basketball (SEC); Hosts concerts, wrestling, comedy acts
Darlington Raceway Myrtle Beach Darlington 1950 75,000 NASCAR Xfinity Series, NASCAR Cup Series
Carolina Motorsports Park Rock Hill Kershaw 1999 5,000 2.27-mile road course, 0.7-mile kart track, 200-ft skid pad; Home of the Palmetto Motorsports Club
SRP Park Aiken North Augusta 2018 5,000 Home of the Augusta GreenJackets (Atlanta Braves A affiliate)
Family Circle Tennis Center Charleston Charleston 2001 10,200 20 tennis courts including Volvo Car Stadium; Hosts WTA Tour's Volvo Car Open
Littlejohn Coliseum Greenville Clemson 1968 10,325 Home of Clemson Tigers basketball (ACC)
Memorial Stadium Greenville Clemson 1942 81,500 Home of Clemson Tigers football (ACC)
Florence Area Sports Council Myrtle Beach Florence 1992 10,000 Sports complexes for softball, baseball, tennis, soccer, basketball
Greenville Pickens Speedway Greenville Easley 1940 20,000 NASCAR races; Hosts annual Upstate Holiday Lights Show
Winthrop Coliseum Rock Hill Rock Hill 1982 6,100 Home of Winthrop Eagles basketball & volleyball
Brooks Stadium Myrtle Beach Conway 2003 20,000 Home of Coastal Carolina Chanticleers football (Sun Belt); Hosts Myrtle Beach Bowl
Riggs Field Greenville Clemson 1915 6,500 Home of Clemson Tigers soccer (ACC)
Dillon Motor Speedway Myrtle Beach Dillon 1966 5,000 4/10-mile asphalt oval with 14-degree banking in the corners
Gibbs Stadium Greenville Spartanburg 1996 13,000 Home of Wofford College Terriers football & lacrosse (SoCon); Hosts the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas
Anderson Sports & Entertainment Center Greenville Anderson 1991 12,000 Host to concerts, festivals, meetings, trade shows, sporting events, tournaments including softball, baseball, tennis, soccer, disc golf
Stone Stadium Columbia Columbia 1996 5,700 Home of South Carolina Gamecocks soccer (SEC)