Sport: Soccer

This park is 25.18 acres, is managed by Durham Parks and Recreation and is one of Durham’s facilities perfect for sports tourism. With two turf fields, including one championship field, Herndon Park can host a variety of events! From soccer or flag football to kickball and quidditch, we’re excited to explore the possibilities with you.

  1. Two turf fields (one Championship Field and one Multipurpose Field)
    • Championship Field (360 feet by 225 feet): The C.M. Herndon Park Championship Soccer Field is a turf field available for use every single day of the year! The field is lined for both soccer and flag football and has field lights. The field is also surrounded by a fence and includes player benches and soccer goals.
    • Multipurpose field (222 feet by 145 feet)
  2. One grass practice field (361 feet by 327 feet)
  3. C.M. Herndon features four turf kickball fields and will have a total of eight beginning in October
Sport: Soccer

This park is managed by Durham Parks and Recreation and is one of Durham’s facilities perfect for tournament style tennis. It spans over 46 acres and is home to many festivals and events. This park also has a multi-purpose athletic field.

  1. Eight tennis courts for tournament-style play
  2. Multipurpose athletic field
  3. Restrooms
Sport: Soccer

Durham’s flagship sports facility, Durham Stadium is an 8,500-seat multi-purpose stadium located in Durham County, North Carolina. The stadium is the home of Northern High School Football and Tobacco Road FC. In 2019, Durham County Memorial Stadium made considerable improvements to the track facilities at the stadium. The track and javelin runway has been resurfaced with a Beynon BS2000RE encapsulated surface and a combination hammer-discus cage has been installed. The stadium has been the host to events put on by local, regional and national organizations including USATF – Youth National Committee, USATF – North Carolina, Big Eight Athletic Conference, Powerade State Games, North Carolina Senior Games and other local club events.

  1. Seats 8,500
  2. Multi-purpose stadium with artificial turf lined for soccer, football and lacrosse
  3. 8-lane track and javelin lane with a Beynon BS2000RE encapsulated surface
  4. Parking on both home and visitor sides.
Sport: Soccer

When people speak of the top multi-sport facilities in the South and in the nation, Duke’s Koskinen Stadium comes to mind. The facility continues to host numerous NCAA and ACC prime events. From a spectator’s standpoint, there’s not a bad seat in the house; aluminum bleachers flank each sideline to allow for 4,500 fans with standing room only areas pushing the capacity to approximately 7,000. The Bermuda grass playing surface is 75 yards by 120 yards with an underground irrigation system that keeps it in top condition year round. The Kennedy Tower oversees both Koskinen Stadium and Morris Williams Track and Field Stadium, adding a 4 story media, hospitality and broadcast facility.

  1. Seats 7,000
  2. Home to the Duke University Blue Devils lacrosse and soccer teams
  3. Site of the ACC Men’s Soccer Tournament in 1987, 1989, 1990 and 1995
  4. Site of the 1989, 1992 & 2000 ACC Women’s Soccer Tournament
  5. Site of the ACC Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse Tournaments in 2002 and the Men’s Lacrosse Tournament in 2007