Intimidators Stadium

Park Name: Intimidators Stadium

In Use: 1995-2019

Demolished: 2022

Address: 2888 Moose Road, Kannapolis, North Carolina 28083

Dimensions: 330' (L), 400' (C), 310' (R)

Former Names:

Fieldcrest Cannon Stadium (1995-2011)

CMC-NorthEast Stadium (2012-2016)

Former Tenants:

Piedmont Phillies (South Atlantic League) 1995

Piedmont Boll Weevils (South Atlantic League) 1996-2000

Kannapolis Intimidators (South Atlantic League) 2001-2019

University of North Carolina at Charlotte 49ers (NCAA Division I- Conference USA) 2003, 2007

Carolina Diamonds (National Pro Fastpitch) 2012

The view from behind home plate at Intimidators Stadium.

The view from down the first base line, looking out toward the clubhouses behind the left field fence.

The view from down the third base line.

The grandstand at Intimidators Stadium, as seen from the right field corner.

The luxury suites are all located in a single structure on the first base line that also houses team offices and the team store.

The pressbox behind home plate is the only other structure sticking out from the seating bowl.

A long bleacher section stretches down the first base line and wraps around into the outfield.

While most parks feature standings boards for the team's league, Kannapolis is located in NASCAR country, just miles from Charlotte Motor Speedway, and the team was named for former owner and NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt, so they have the NASCAR standings on the concourse as well.

The outfield fence rises in height in right field, with a mesh section for the bullpen pitchers to watch the game through.

The outfield wall features retired numbers, including Dale Earnhardt's number 3, and a landscaped "K" sits on the berm behind the fence.

The Kannapolis Intimidators on the field during a game at Intimidators Stadium.