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Located at 100 Cleveland St, Greenville, SC 29601, Sirrine Stadium is located in the heart of downtown Greenville. For information on parking and alternative transportation options, check out the additional details below.


When attending a Greenville FC match at Sirrine Stadium, accessibility and convenience is a main priority. Greenville FC fans are invited to park at three main lots near the stadium on match day. All parking is FREE of charge.

  • Sirrine Stadium is equipped with a 200 car lot, including handicap parking, connected to the stadium.
  • Additional parking is available at the NEXT Innovation Center (411 University Ridge, Greenville, SC 29601) located across the street from Sirrine Stadium. The NEXT Innovation Center parking lot opens at 6pm for weekday matches. 
  • Fans are also invited to park free of charge at Greenville County Square (301 University Ridge, Greenville, SC), just a quick 0.2 mile walk from Sirrine Stadium.

Parking at Sirrine Stadium and the NEXT Innovation Center are first come first serve. 


Not interested in dealing with match day parking, not to worry! There are plenty of alternative methods to get to a Greenville FC match at Sirrine Stadium. Take in the beautiful downtown scenery throughout the day with family and friends, grab a quick bite and drink at a local restaurant/bar such as Papi’s Tacos or Toss Pizza Pub, then hop onto the Swamp Rabbit Trail at Falls Park and follow it past the Governors School and you’ll be at the front gates in approximately 13 minutes (unless you stop to enjoy the beautiful scenery of Falls Park).


Get dropped off right at the stadium by taking an Uber/Lyft from downtown Greenville or anywhere else in the downtown Greenville area. Pickup and drop off from Main St. will run you about $5, so an inexpensive alternative. There is free parking at several garages on Main St. that you can park, leave your car, enjoy the city then Uber/Lyft to the stadium without the worry of moving your car.


If you’re a bicycle rider, ride on over to the stadium in less than 5 minutes on the Swamp Rabbit Trail and leave your bike secured and safe at the front gates.


Greenville FC fans are permitted to bring umbrellas into any match. Umbrellas are only permitted for use if raining. Please remain sensitive to the view of other supporters if using an umbrella when raining.


Greenville FC fans are permitted to bring seat cushions as well as foldable camping chairs if desired. Foldable camping chairs should only be used in a manner that does not impair the view of other fans during the match.


Greenville FC merchandise will be available throughout the match located on the concourse of the stadium by the food area. Make sure you stop by to get decked out in your club colors!


Owned by Greenville County Schools, Sirrine Stadium was built in 1936 by way of a joint project between Furman University and the City of Greenville. The project was spearheaded by Furman University alumni J.E. Sirrine. The construction of Sirrine Stadium began in 1935 with the first game being played in 1936 between Furman and Davidson College.

Alongside Greenville FC, Sirrine is also home to Greenville High School Red Raiders soccer and other athletic programs.

Greenville FC looks to make continued efforts to preserve and strengthen the history of Sirrine Stadium as an important piece of Greenville’s history.

Greenville FC played its inaugural 2018 season at Eugene Stone Stadium on the campus of Furman University. Greenville FC players and staff would like to take this time to thank Furman University for their support during its Inaugural Campaign. 

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