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INSIDE WILLIAMS-BRICE STADIUM

Athletic Training Room

Athletic Training Room

The total well-being of the student-athletes is priority No. 1. They receive the best on-site care at the multi-million dollar athletic training room at Williams-Brice Stadium. The 7,000 square foot facility features treatment, rehabilitation and exam room space along with a 1,800-square foot hydrotherapy area.

Equipment Room

Equipment Room

Teaming with UnderArmour, the official apparel outfitter of Gamecock Athletics, the student-athletes are clothed from head to toe in the latest high-tech performance gear to maximize their performance.

Locker Room Entry

Locker Room

The locker room is the sanctuary where teammates bond and long-lasting relationships are formed. Those who enter the premises are asked to do so with energy and urgency, as they represent the fighting spirit and courage embodied in a Gamecock.

Players Lounge

Players Lounge

When the student-athletes have a few moments of down time between practice, meetings and classes, they head to the players' lounge, adjacent to the locker room. Here they can watch TV, play pool or video games, catch up on their studies or just relax and unwind.

Weight Room

Weight Room

Games can be won or lost in the weight room. South Carolina strength and conditioning coaches develop workout programs specific to each sport and provide guidance to assist student-athletes become bigger, faster, stronger and better conditioned to reach their full athletic potential.

Football Operations Center

Football Operations Center

The Football Operations Center will provide the Gamecocks' program with a recruiting center, locker room, weight room, athletic training room, coaches' offices, meeting rooms, dining room, equipment room and player lounges; all in one convenient location. It will be adjacent to the new Jerri and Steve Spurrier Indoor Practice Facility and outdoor practice fields.
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PRACTICE FACILITIES

The Jerri and Steve Spurrier Indoor Practice Facility opened in 2015 at the west end of Gamecock Park. The state-of-the-art facility houses a full indoor field adjacent to the new practice fields. The graphics honor the retired numbers of the program, along with major award winners and Gamecock Greats. Two full-length grass football fields run adjacent to the Jerri and Steve Spurrier Indoor Practice Facility, giving the team the opportunity to change practice sites as quickly as the weather.

GAMEDAY INFORMATION

NEXT HOME GAME:
vs Vanderbilt  •  Saturday, Oct 28  •  4:00 PM
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Columbia, S.C.
at Georgia  •  Saturday, Nov 4  •  TBA
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Athens, Ga.
vs Florida  •  Saturday, Nov 11  •  TBA
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Columbia, S.C.
vs Wofford  •  Saturday, Nov 18  •  TBA
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Columbia, S.C.
vs Clemson  •  Saturday, Nov 25  •  TBA
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Columbia, S.C.

Seating Diagram Tickets Parking Additional Info
Address
1125 George Rogers Blvd.
Columbia, SC 29201

WILLIAMS-BRICE STADIUM FACTS

Williams-Brice Stadium, formerly Carolina Stadium, was first constructed in 1934 by the Works Progress Administration (WPA).

1934
Williams-Brice Stadium, formerly Carolina Stadium, was first constructed in 1934 by the Works Progress Administration (WPA) with a seating capacity of 17,600.
Williams-Brice Stadium has a current seating capacity of 80,250
36' x 124'
A $6.5 million state-of-the-art video board measuring 36' x 124' added for the 2012 season
The Zone features an 11,000-square foot banquet facility and provides fans with a fantastic view from the South End Zone

 

ATTENDANCE RANKING
USC consistently ranks among the top 20 in the nation in home attendance.
PREMIUM SEATING
The premium seating and executive suites at the stadium are among the finest in college football.
TOP 5 CROWDS
1. 85,000 vs. Clemson (Nov. 17, 2001)
2. 84,900 vs. Florida (Nov. 10, 2001)
3. 84,277 vs. Georgia (Sept. 14, 2002)
4. 84,200 vs. Tennessee (Oct. 28, 2000)
5. 83,987 vs. Clemson (Nov. 22, 2003)