Eugene E. Stone III Stadium (Greenville, South Carolina)
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|Location||Greenville, South Carolina|
|Construction cost||$1 million|
|Furman Paladins (NCAA) (1995-Present)|
Greenville FC (NPSL) (2018–present)
The 3,000-seat (expandable) stadium opening in 1995 during a ceremony featuring Brazil national football team legend Pelé. The stadium is named for the late South Carolina benefactor Eugene Stone who donated a large sum of money which helped build the stadium.
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