|First Round||Nov. 15-17||32 sites|
|Second/Third Rounds||Nov. 22 & 24||8 sites|
|Quarterfinals||Nov. 29-Dec. 1||4 sites|
|Women's College Cup||Dec. 6 & 8||Cary, N.C.||Coming Soon|
Future Dates and Sites
First Round: Nov. 15, 16, or 17 – Campus Sites
Second/Third Rounds: Nov. 22 and 24 – Campus Sites
Quarterfinals: Nov. 29, 30, or Dec. 1 – Campus Sites
Women’s College Cup: Dec. 6 and 8 – WakeMed Soccer Park, Cary, NC.
WakeMed Soccer Park
WakeMed Soccer Park is one of the premier soccer complexes in the United States. It opened in 2002 as the home of the Women's United Soccer Association's Carolina Courage. WakeMed Soccer Park is now the home of the Carolina RailHawks.
The soccer complex consists of a purpose-built, soccer-specific main stadium, two lighted practice fields, built to the same specifications as the stadium field, and four additional fields. The main stadium seats 7,000 and is expandable to 10,000 with temporary seating. Fields 1 (main stadium), 2, and 3 are all FIFA international regulation size (120 yards x 75 yards). A project was recently completed on Field 2 that added approximately 1,000 permanent seats to make a second, smaller stadium field.
WakeMed Soccer Park opened in May 2002 as State Capital Soccer Park. It sits on 150 acres on the eastern edge of Cary that the State of North Carolina has leased to Wake County. Money to build the soccer park came from $14.5 million in county-wide hotel room and prepared food and beverage taxes. The Town of Cary assumed responsibility for operations and maintenance in 2004 from the Capital Area Soccer League.
On January 1, 2008, WakeMed Health & Hospitals, a private, not-for-profit health care organization based in Raleigh, acquired the rights to name the park from the Town of Cary through 2010. SAS, a Cary-based software company, previously held the complex's naming rights.
The complex also sports a full-length, nationally-recognized cross country course.
In addition to serving as the home of the Carolina RailHawks, WakeMed Soccer Park has also been the host of men's and women's ACC soccer tournaments, men's and women's NCAA College Cups, U.S. men's and women's national team friendlies, and it served as the site of the U.S. Men's National Team's training camp for the last two World Cups.
WakeMed Soccer Park
101 Soccer Park Drive
Cary, NC 27511
• From Interstate 40 Eastbound (From Chapel Hill, Durham)
Take the Cary 54 exit (exit 290) off Interstate 40. Turn right at the top of the exit ramp, heading toward Cary. Turn left onto Southeast Maynard Road. Take a left on Chatham Street after crossing the railroad tracks. WakeMed Soccer Park is ½ mile on the right.
• From Interstate 40 Westbound (From Fayetteville, Wilmington)
Take exit 291 (Cary Towne Boulevard). Turn right onto Cary Town Boulevard. Turn right onto Southeast Maynard Road. Turn right onto East Chatham Street. WakeMed Soccer Park will be ½ mile on the right.
• From Downtown Cary
Head east on Chatham Street toward Raleigh. WakeMed Soccer Park will be on the right.
• From Raleigh/Beltline
From the Beltline, take the Western Boulevard exit and head west toward Cary. Continue after the merger with Hillsborough Street until the road becomes East Chatham Street. WakeMed Soccer Park will be on the left, one-half mile before the Maynard Road intersection