|Location||1990 Daniel Island Drive
Charleston, South Carolina 29492
|Owner||City of Charleston|
|Construction cost||$5.7 million USD|
|Charleston Battery (USL Pro) (1999-Present)|
Blackbaud Stadium is a soccer-specific stadium located on Daniel Island in Charleston, South Carolina, that opened in 1999. Charleston Battery call Blackbaud Stadium home. Its nickname is Battery Park.
Blackbaud Stadium seats 5,100 people, mostly in two large stands on either side of the field. The stadium is modelled on smaller, lower-division English soccer stadiums. It features an on-site pub, called "The Three Lions".
Blackbaud Stadium is named after the Blackbaud Software Company, which is based adjacent to the stadium. Blackbaud's founder Tony Bakker is the majority owner of the Charleston Battery.
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