|Location||558 Wade Stewart Road|
Buies Creek, NC 27506
|Broke ground||March 15, 2007|
|Opened||August 30, 2008|
|Construction cost||$10 million|
|Architect||McMillan Smith & Partners (now McMillan, Pazdan & Smith)|
|General contractor||T. A. Loving|
|Campbell Fighting Camels (NCAA)|
Barker–Lane Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Buies Creek, North Carolina. The stadium is located on the campus of Campbell University and hosts the school's American football program. The stadium was scheduled to be completed in stages with the first stage to include the field, the field house, the main entrance, the bowl, seating for 5,000 spectators and necessary road realignment. Barker-Lane received a major expansion in 2013 with the construction of the West stand that increased capacity to 5,500. The newly constructed West stand includes seating for 3,000, with 867 chair back seats plus additional bleacher back seats, an 80-foot tall press box, new restrooms, and new concession facilities. In 2016, a state-of-the-art high-definition Daktronics video board was added to the North endzone. In 2018, new field turf was installed with a completely revamped midfield logo just in time for the 2018 Campbell Fighting Camels season kickoff. The first scoring play in Barker–Lane Stadium was a field goal kicked by Adam Willets. Barker-Lane Stadium is considered by many to have one of the best gameday atmospheres in all of Division I FCS football.  In their six home games last fall, the Fighting Camels averaged a sellout crowd with 5,523 fans per game. By drawing 101 percent over its capacity of 5,500, Barker-Lane Stadium ranked in the Top 10 in all Division I football — both the FCS and FBS — in attendance over capacity. 
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