Williams-Brice Stadium is the home football stadium for the South Carolina Gamecocks, the college football team representing the University of South Carolina in Columbia, South Carolina. It is currently the 20th largest college football stadium in the NCAA and is located on the corner of George Rogers Boulevard and Bluff Road adjacent to the South Carolina State Fairgrounds.

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  • Williams-Brice Stadium is the home football stadium for the South Carolina Gamecocks, the college football team representing the University of South Carolina in Columbia, South Carolina. It is currently the 20th largest college football stadium in the NCAA and is located on the corner of George Rogers Boulevard and Bluff Road adjacent to the South Carolina State Fairgrounds. Carolina football teams consistently attract standing-room-only crowds to Williams-Brice Stadium. The atmosphere on game days has been voted "the best" by SECsports.com (See 9/15/05 and 9/17/07 at .) In addition to serving as the home of the Gamecocks, the stadium has been the site of many concerts, state high school football championships, and various other events. It hosted the annual Palmetto Capital City Classic between Benedict College and Johnson C. Smith University until the last game in 2005. The stadium is sometimes called "The Cock Pit" by Gamecock fans and local media, and the name has been commonly used by these groups since at least the early 1970s when the university held a fund-raising campaign to raise money for an AstroTurf playing surface, called "Carpet the Cockpit". (en)
  • Le Williams-Brice Stadium est un stade de football américain situé sur la campus de l'Université de Caroline du Sud. C'est l'enceinte utilisée par l'équipe de football américain des South Carolina Gamecocks. Ce stade qui offre une capacité de 80 250 places est la propriété de l'University of South Carolina. Le stade porta le nom de Carolina Stadium de 1934 à 1972 puis fut rebaptisé Williams-Brice Stadium en l'honneur de Martha Williams-Brice, donatrice qui a financé les travaux d'extension du stade en 1972. À cette occasion, la capacité du stade passa de 43 000 à 54 000 places tandis que la capacité initiale était de 17 600 places. (fr)
  • Das Williams-Brice Stadium ist ein Footballstadion auf dem Campus der University of South Carolina in Columbia, South Carolina. Es dient als Austragungsort für die Heimspiele des College-Teams South Carolina Gamecocks. Das Stadion hat eine Kapazität von 80.250. Der Zuschauerrekord von 85.000 wurde am 17. November 2001 in einem Spiel gegen die Clemson University aufgestellt. (de)
  • Williams-Brice Stadium es un estadio de fútbol americano universitario ubicado en Columbia, Carolina del Sur. Fue inaugurado en el año 1934 y tiene una capacidad para albergar a 80.250 aficionados cómodamente sentados. Su equipo local son los South Carolina Gamecocks, pertenecientes a la Southeastern Conference de la National Collegiate Athletic Association. * * (es)
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  • Das Williams-Brice Stadium ist ein Footballstadion auf dem Campus der University of South Carolina in Columbia, South Carolina. Es dient als Austragungsort für die Heimspiele des College-Teams South Carolina Gamecocks. Das Stadion hat eine Kapazität von 80.250. Der Zuschauerrekord von 85.000 wurde am 17. November 2001 in einem Spiel gegen die Clemson University aufgestellt. (de)
  • Williams-Brice Stadium es un estadio de fútbol americano universitario ubicado en Columbia, Carolina del Sur. Fue inaugurado en el año 1934 y tiene una capacidad para albergar a 80.250 aficionados cómodamente sentados. Su equipo local son los South Carolina Gamecocks, pertenecientes a la Southeastern Conference de la National Collegiate Athletic Association. * * (es)
  • Williams-Brice Stadium is the home football stadium for the South Carolina Gamecocks, the college football team representing the University of South Carolina in Columbia, South Carolina. It is currently the 20th largest college football stadium in the NCAA and is located on the corner of George Rogers Boulevard and Bluff Road adjacent to the South Carolina State Fairgrounds. (en)
  • Le Williams-Brice Stadium est un stade de football américain situé sur la campus de l'Université de Caroline du Sud. C'est l'enceinte utilisée par l'équipe de football américain des South Carolina Gamecocks. Ce stade qui offre une capacité de 80 250 places est la propriété de l'University of South Carolina. (fr)
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