List of sports venues in North Carolina

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The following is a list of sports venues in the U.S. State of North Carolina. Venues are separated into three categories: Arenas, race tracks, and stadiums. Each category may be sorted by venue name, location, tenant or usage, or capacity.

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Arenas[edit]

Venue City/Town Tenant/Use Capacity Miscellaneous
Greensboro Coliseum Greensboro UNCG Spartans 23,500 Frequently hosts Atlantic Coast Conference basketball tournaments.
Dean Smith Center Chapel Hill North Carolina Tar Heels 21,750
Spectrum Center Charlotte Charlotte Hornets 20,200
PNC Arena Raleigh Carolina Hurricanes,
NC State Wolfpack
19,722
LJVM Coliseum Winston-Salem Wake Forest Demon Deacons 14,665
Cameron Indoor Stadium Durham Duke Blue Devils 9,314
Halton Arena Charlotte Charlotte 49ers 9,105
Bojangles' Coliseum Charlotte Charlotte Checkers 8,600
Crown Coliseum Fayetteville Fayetteville Marksmen,
Fayetteville Force
8,500
Holmes Center Boone Appalachian State Mountaineers 8,325
Minges Coliseum Greenville East Carolina Pirates 8,500
Carmichael Arena Chapel Hill North Carolina Tar Heels 8,010
Ramsey Center Cullowhee Western Carolina Catamounts 7,826
U.S. Cellular Center Asheville General 7,654
Dorton Arena Raleigh Carolina Rollergirls 7,610 State Fairgrounds arena
John M. Belk Arena Davidson Davidson Wildcats 6,000
Corbett Sports Center Greensboro NC A&T Aggies 5,700
Reynolds Coliseum Raleigh NC State Wolfpack 5,500
Cabarrus Arena Concord General 5,000 County fairgrounds arena
Paul Porter Arena Boiling Springs Gardner–Webb Runnin' Bulldogs 5,000
R.L. Vaughn Center Elizabeth City ECSU Vikings 5,000
Trask Coliseum Wilmington UNCW Seahawks 5,000
LJVM Coliseum Annex Winston-Salem WS State Rams 4,000
Grady Cole Center Charlotte General 3,900
C. E. Gaines Center Winston-Salem WS State Rams 3,200
Kimmel Arena Asheville UNC Asheville Bulldogs 3,200
Pope Convocation Center Buies Creek Campbell Fighting Camels 3,100
McLendon–McDougald Gymnasium Durham NC Central Eagles 3,056
Ragan-Brown Field House Greensboro Guilford Quakers 2,500
Fleming Gymnasium Greensboro UNCG Spartans 2,320
Greensboro Coliseum Fieldhouse Greensboro Greensboro Swarm 2,118 A separate arena/meeting hall within the Greensboro Coliseum Complex.
Millis Athletic Convocation Center High Point High Point Panthers 1,750
Alumni Gym[a] Elon Elon Phoenix 1,585
Reynolds Gymnasium Winston-Salem Wake Forest Demon Deacons 1,500
Riddle Center Fayetteville Methodist Monarchs 1,300
Notes
  1. ^ The Elon University teams that currently play in Alumni Gym will move to the new Schar Center (capacity 5,400) for the 2018–19 school year and beyond. Alumni Gym is expected to remain standing.

Race tracks[edit]

Venue City/Town Tenant/Use Capacity Miscellaneous
Charlotte Motor Speedway Concord Oval racing,
Road racing
94,000-170,000[1]
North Wilkesboro Speedway North Wilkesboro Oval racing 40,000
Rockingham Speedway Rockingham Oval racing,
Road racing
34,500
zMax Dragway Concord Drag racing 30,000
Rockingham Dragway Rockingham Drag racing 30,000
Bowman Gray Stadium Winston-Salem Oval racing 17,000
Dirt Track @ Charlotte Concord Dirt racing 14,000
Hickory Motor Speedway Newton Oval racing 13,200
Orange County Speedway Rougemont Oval racing 12,400
Concord Motorsport Park Midland Oval racing 8,500
Ace Speedway Altamahaw Oval racing 5,000
Caraway Speedway Sophia Oval racing 4,000

Stadiums[edit]

Venue City/Town Tenant/Use Capacity Sports
Bank of America Stadium Charlotte Carolina Panthers 73,778 Football, soccer
Kenan Memorial Stadium Chapel Hill North Carolina Tar Heels 60,000 Football
Carter–Finley Stadium Raleigh NC State Wolfpack 57,583 Football
Dowdy–Ficklen Stadium Greenville East Carolina Pirates 50,000 Football
Wallace Wade Stadium Durham Duke Blue Devils 33,941 Football
BB&T Field Winston-Salem Wake Forest Demon Deacons 31,500 Football
Kidd Brewer Stadium Boone Appalachian State Mountaineers 30,000 Football, track and field
Aggie Stadium Greensboro NC A&T Aggies 22,000 Football, track and field
American Legion Memorial Stadium Charlotte Charlotte Hounds,
High schools
21,000 Football, soccer, lacrosse
Bowman Gray Stadium Winston-Salem WS State Rams 17,000 Football, auto racing
Jerry Richardson Stadium Charlotte Charlotte 49ers 15,314 Football
Whitmire Stadium Cullowhee Western Carolina Catamounts 13,742 Football
O'Kelly-Riddick Stadium Durham NC Central Eagles 11,500 Football
Rhodes Stadium Elon Elon Phoenix 11,250 Football, soccer
BB&T Ballpark Charlotte Charlotte Knights 10,200 Baseball
Durham Bulls Athletic Park Durham Durham Bulls 10,000 Baseball
Jamieson Stadium Greensboro Greensboro Pride,
High schools
10,000 Football, soccer
Simeon Stadium High Point High schools 10,000 Football, soccer
Sahlen's Stadium at WakeMed Soccer Park Cary North Carolina FC
North Carolina Courage
10,000 Soccer
Spangler Stadium Boiling Springs Gardner–Webb Runnin' Bulldogs 9,000 Football, track and field
Moretz Stadium Hickory Lenoir-Rhyne Bears 8,500 Football, lacrosse
Durham County Stadium Durham Shaw Bears 8,000 Football, soccer, track and field
World War Memorial Stadium Greensboro NC A&T Aggies 7,500 Baseball
NewBridge Bank Park Greensboro Greensboro Grasshoppers 7,499 Baseball
Brevard Memorial Stadium Brevard Brevard Tornados 7,000 Football, track and field
Five County Stadium Zebulon Carolina Mudcats 6,500 Baseball
Alumni Memorial Stadium Salisbury Livingstone Blue Bears 6,000 Football, track and field
Richardson Stadium Davidson Davidson Wildcats 6,000 Football, track and field
Legion Stadium Wilmington Wilmington Hammerheads 6,000 Soccer
BB&T Ballpark Winston-Salem Winston-Salem Dash 5,500 Baseball
L. P. Frans Stadium Hickory Hickory Crawdads 5,092 Baseball
Fetzer Field Chapel Hill North Carolina Tar Heels 5,025 Soccer, lacrosse, track and field
Barker–Lane Stadium Buies Creek Campbell Fighting Camels 5,000 Football
Garrison Stadium Murfreesboro Chowan Hawks 5,000 Football
Roebuck Stadium Elizabeth City Elizabeth City State Vikings 5,000 Football, soccer, track and field
Grainger Stadium Kinston Down East Wood Ducks 4,100 Baseball
Transamerica Field Charlotte Charlotte 49ers 4,000 Track and field
Johnson Stadium Pembroke UNC Pembroke Braves 4,000 Football, track and field
Brooks Field Wilmington UNC Wilmington Seahawks 3,000 Baseball
Fleming Stadium Wilson Wilson Tobs 3,000 Baseball
Irwin Belk Stadium Wingate Wingate Bulldogs 3,000 Football
Sportsplex at Matthews Matthews Charlotte Independence 2,300 Soccer
Finch Field Thomasville High Point-Thomasville Hi-Toms 2,000 Baseball
Jim Perry Stadium Buies Creek Campbell Fighting Camels
Buies Creek Astros
1,000 Baseball

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