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Irwin Belk Complex

Irwin Belk Complex
Full name Irwin Belk Complex
Capacity 4,500
Field size unknown
Construction
Built 2002-2003
Opened 2003
Tenants
JCSU Golden Bulls

The Irwin Belk Complex is a multi-use 4,500 seat stadium on the campus of Johnson C. Smith University (JCSU) in Biddleville, Charlotte, North Carolina, United States. The stadium plays host to JCSU events.

It is named for a generous Charlotte benefactor, Irwin Belk of Belk stores fame. Mr. Belk has been a huge backer of college sports in the Carolinas.

External links

  • D2Football - Irwin Belk Complex
  • Location on Google Maps



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