Memorial Stadium (Asheville)
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Memorial Stadium is a multi-use stadium located in Asheville, North Carolina. The stadium was completed in 1925 to serve as a regional athletic and special events facility. Memorial Stadium is not to be confused with the similarly named Asheville High School Memorial Stadium.
|Location||Asheville, North Carolina|
|Owner||City of Asheville|
|Operator||City of Asheville|
Asheville Grizzlies (CCFL)
Asheville City SC (USL2) (2017–)
Asheville Splash (W-Lg) (2001–2004)
Asheville Assault (NWFA)
Memorial Stadium's entrance was originally intended to serve as a memorial to Western North Carolina's war veterans but the memorial was never entirely completed. Recently plans have been set afoot to complete the memorial. As part of a large scale renovation of the facility which included the installation of a new artificial turf playing surface, there are plans to move a World War II memorial onto the site.
Memorial Stadium is currently home to the Asheville Grizzlies - a semi-pro football team in the Central Carolina Football League - and Asheville City Soccer Club, who compete in the National Premier Soccer League.