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    Eugene E. Stone III Stadium
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    Eugene E. Stone III Stadium
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    Eugene E. Stone III Stadium
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    Eugene E. Stone III Stadium

INSIDE STONE STADIUM

Around Stone Stadium

Around Stone Stadium

The stadium, which debuted in 1996, was made possible by the $1 million gift given by the late Eugene E. Stone III. Stone, who passed away in 1997 and was a Carolina graduate and Chairman of Stone Manufacturing Co. Inc., the parent company of UMBRO International. The surface of Stone Stadium was completely replaced during the summer of 2009. A state-of-the-art irrigation system was installed, along with new sod for the entire field surface.

Gamecock Soccer Complex

Gamecock Soccer Complex

The Gamecock Soccer Complex, completed in summer 2016, is an 11,000-square-foot facility that houses individual team locker rooms, lounges and study rooms, athletic training therapy tubs, a 3,000-square-foot weight room, a cleat room and a film room.

TOUR STONE STADIUM/GAMECOCK SOCCER COMPLEX

GAMEDAY INFORMATION

NEXT HOME MATCH:
Women's Soccer
vs Wisconsin  •  Friday, Nov 17  •  W, 1-0
TV: SEC Network+
Columbia, S.C.
Women's Soccer
vs Santa Clara  •  Sunday, Nov 19  •  2:00 PM
TV: SEC Network+
Columbia, S.C.

TICKETS
Please visit the South Carolina Ticket Office homepage for information on tickets.

PARKING
Fans should park in the Heyward Street parking garage on levels three, four and five. Parking in the garage is free. There is also limited parking along two of the streets surrounding Stone Stadium (Marion Street and Sumter Street).

Address
1300 Whaley St
Columbia, SC 29205
Additional Info

STONE STADIUM FACTS

1996
Year Opened
Seating Capacity
Men's Attendance Record vs. Clemson on Aug. 26, 2016
Women's Attendance Record vs. Northeastern on Aug. 21, 2015