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Kannapolis Memorial Stadium
415 E 1st St
Kannapolis NC 28083
in Cabarrus County

Built in 1958
Seating Capacity 7500
Total Capacity 12000



Home to (click school name for school info)

A. L. Brown

Kannapolis Memorial Stadium is the home of the Kannapolis A.L. Brown Wonders. The team is simply known as Kannapolis and they’re traditionally one of the best teams in the history of North Carolina. They’ve averaged 12 wins a season since 1979. Kannapolis is located 20 miles northeast of Charlotte on I-85. They’re the 2008 3-A state runners-up and 1989 & 1997 state champions.

The stadium hosts the annual “Battle of the Bell”, the longest running rivalry in North Carolina with arch-rival Concord Spiders. They play for an old railroad bell and the series has been showcased on ESPN. The game normally draws between 10,000 to 12,000 fans.

Kannapolis Memorial Stadium page at CarolinaPreps.com with more photos!

Stadium history at www.KannapolisFootball.com

(Our thanks to Chris Hughes and CarolinaPreps.com for providing much of the above information.)



Photo credit:
     Chris Hughes and CarolinaPreps.com