Barker-Lane Stadium


Barker-Lane Stadium

Infobox building
building_name = Barker-Lane Stadium


caption =
building_type = Recreational
architectural_style =
structural_system =
location = Buies Creek, North Carolina
owner = Campbell University
current_tenants =
landlord =
coordinates =
start_date = 2007
completion_date = 2008
seating_capacity = 1,200

Barker-Lane Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Buies Creek, North Carolina currently under construction. It will be completed in 2008. The stadium will be located on the campus of Campbell University and will host the school's American football program that will begin play in 2008. The stadium is scheduled to be completed in stages with the first stage to include the field, the field house, the main entrance, the bowl, seating for 1,200 spectators and necessary road realignment and the final two stages are scheduled to include additional seating, a press box, a second entrance, stadium lights, plus other necessary features. All phases of the stadium should be complete by the second season of Campbell University football in 2009. [ [http://www.campbell.edu/news/releases/su07/ns_rel.0034.html Football camp is first down for Campbell football (accessed 8 July 2007)] ]

Notes

External links

* [http://www.wral.com/sports/story/1236111/ Stadium plans]
* [http://web.campbell.edu/construction/football.html Stadium Update]
* [http://web.campbell.edu/news/releases/fa08/0004.html Campbell names new stadium for Barker, Lane]


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