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Whether you’re looking for a location for a soccer tournament, college basketball face-off, wrestling, fishing, skeet shooting, softball, bowling, golf, baseball or ice hockey, the Fayetteville area has a facility to fit your needs. Our Sports Sales Manager can help plan your event from start to finish. Our centrally-located community also offers a variety of spectator sports and championship college play.

Area Sport Facility Highlights:

The Crown Center
Located directly on business I-95, this four-building complex offers two buildings suited for a variety of sporting events:


The Crown Coliseum seats 11,200 and can host ice-hockey, arena football, high school, college and professional basketball games and tournaments, boxing and rodeos.

The Crown Arena seats up to 5,000 and has hosted wrestling, basketball, cheerleading and soccer tournaments.

Jordan Soccer Complex
A $1.5 million, eight-field complex, said to be one of the finest eight facilities in the south. The complex, which is adjacent to Methodist university, features 8 high-quality Bermuda grass fields. A full-service snack bar, restrooms and ample paved parking are part of this stellar complex.


Clay Target Center

Archery and clay shooting range, the Clay Target Center has hosted a number of specialty tournaments, including the Armed Forces Skeet Championship and the U.S. Open Skeet Shooting Championship.



Monarch Field
Methodist University campus is the home to the Monarch Soccer-Plex, the "Crown Jewel" of NCAA Division III — a soccer facility that is unrivaled in the country. The Monarch soccer offices are located on the touchline of our pristine Bermuda grass playing surface.  The facility was built in 1989, giving the Methodist soccer program an exclusive facility to call "home."  The two-story building houses home and visiting team locker rooms, referee changing facilities, an enclosed press box and public rest rooms.
Monarch Stadium

Is an 800-seat football stadium, lacrosse field and track and field facility on the campus of Methodist University. The football stadium, the home of the Monarchs since the program's infancy in 1989, has a two-story press box, and in 1999 added chair-back seating for 800 fans. An added feature is the grass hillside surrounding half of Monarch Stadium.

March F. Riddle Physical Activities Center
Is the home of basketball and volleyball programs at Methodist University, which houses up to 1,300 fans.

Armstrong-Shelley Field

With a playing surface that includes a Bermuda turf infield, few parks can rival Armstrong-Shelley Field. The dimensions are 320 down the lines, 365 in the alleys and 400 to centerfield.  The facility includes spacious dugouts, three carpeted batting cages, an air-conditioned press box, concession stand, public restrooms, seating capacity for 700 and a practice infield beyond the right field fence. 


Luther “Nick” Jeralds Stadium
A 76,000 sq. ft field

Felton J. Capel Arena
Houses an Olympic-sized swimming pool, a 4,000-seat basketball arena, indoor track, racquetball courts and outdoor tennis courts.

JP Riddle Stadium
JP Riddle Stadium seats 2,500 and is perfect for a baseball or softball tournament.

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