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Facilities / Directions

 

Pepsi Stadium

Pepsi Stadium once the home of North Greenville Soccer, is now the host of two new teams, as men's and women's lacrosse will also begin play in the facility, starting in February of 2015. Constructed in 2005 to be home of NGU soccer, Pepsi Stadium seats approximately 1,000 fans, and has a functional concession stand to serve refreshments. The clubhouse also serves as the central hub for players and coaches, housing upstairs office space, as well as locker rooms. The new artificial playing surface, installed earlier in 2014 is the same playing surface used in Younts Stadium, and is the only FIFA certified playing surface in the South Eastern United States.


Directions to North Greenville University

From Greenville:
Take Business 25 and 276 to Travelers Rest. Continue on 25 North to Highway 414. Turn right on 414 and the College is four miles on the left.

From Spartanburg:
Take Highway 29 toward Greenville. Turn right on Highway 290 in Greer.  Stay on 290 until you reach the intersection of Highway 290 and Highway 253.  Turn right on 253. After you have traveled six miles you will come to the intersection of Highway 253 and Highway 414. Turn left on Highway 414 and you will see the entrance to North Greenville on the right.

From Hendersonville:
Take I-26 towards Spartanburg.  Exit onto Highway 25 to Greenville, South Carolina. Take a left on Highway 414. The college is four miles on the left. 

From Columbia:
Take I-26 West to Spartanburg. Exit on Highway 29 towards Greer/Greenville.  Turn right on Highway 290 in Greer. Stay on 290 until you reach the intersection of Highway 290 and Highway 253.  After you have traveled six miles you will come to the intersection of Highway 253 and Highway 414. Turn left on Highway 414 and you will see the entrance of North Greenville on the right. 

From Atlanta:
Take I-85 North to Exit 42.  Take that exit to White Horse Road, Highway 25.  Stay on 25 traveling toward Asheville, North Carolina. Turn right on Highway 414. The college is four miles on the left.