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Wenwood Soccer Complex is home of the Carolina Elite Soccer Academy. Here you will find six soccer fields, a playground, and a picnic shelter.
Sirrine Stadium has a long and rich history of tradition in the Greenville Community. Once the home of the Furman University Paladins, it also supported the Greenville Senior High School Raiders. Fall weekend nights and afternoons around Sirrine Stadium have been filled with the noise and hoopla of football for generations of Greenvillians. The efforts to preserve this center of cultural and athletic tradition have culminated in a outstanding center for future enjoyment. Come by Sirrine Stadium and take a look at the the quality preservation and improvements that have been made to this great piece of Greenville history.
About Greenville, SC
Set among the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in the northwest corner of South Carolina, Greenville's vibrant community welcomes visitors to experience breathtaking views and Southern charm. Greenville was named one of “America’s Top 10 Downtowns” by Forbes Magazine, here are a few additional reasons why Greenville needs to be on your short list.
- We’re Accessible: Centrally located halfway between Charlotte, NC and Atlanta, GA, it’s easy to arrive in Greenville by car – or air. New air service from Southwest airlines brings even more connections and low fares.
- We’re Affordable: Named by KPMG as the nation’s “Least Costly Mid-Sized City for Business,” and a “Top 20 Best Bang for The Buck” city by Forbes Magazine, you get so much more – for so much less.
- We’re Accommodating: With brand names you know and trust to boutique properties, our 8,500 hotel rooms are conveniently located and accommodating
- Things to do: See what Greenville has to offer by way of food and entertainment.
There is a new adventure around every corner in Greenville and something for everyone including diverse museums, thrilling outdoor recreation, shopping galore, fine eateries, great meeting space and countless places to rest your head after an exciting day in the Upstate.