Knights Stadium

Park Name: Knights Stadium

In Use: 1990-2013

Demolished: 2015

Address: 2280 Deerfield Drive, Fort Mill, South Carolina 29715

Dimensions: 326' (L), 400' (C), 325' (R)

Former Names:

Knights Castle (1990-1999)

Former Tenants:

Charlotte Knights (Southern League) 1990-1992

Charlotte Knights (International League) 1993-2013

The view from behind home plate at Knights Stadium.

The view from down the first base line.

The view from down the third base line.

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

The large building in the middle of the upper deck housed the pressbox, as well as a large restaurant on the top level that was open to the public during games.

The most distinctive feature of the stadium was the stripes of colored seats in the grandstand, designed by Charlotte-based fashion designer Alexander Julian.

The luxury boxes are individual rooms sitting on top of the upper deck, accessible from the concourse and with general admission seating in front of them.

The berm and picnic area on the third base side. The stadium was built with room to expand, with the hope that Charlotte would land a major league team. Though that never happened, the team did upgrade from AA to AAA in 1993.

Banners on the walls of the upper concourse celebrate championships won by all former Charlotte baseball teams.

A water tower behind the ballpark is painted to look like a baseball.

The outfield and scoreboard as seen from the upper deck. Residential housing sits atop the hill behind the fence.

The Charlotte Knights on the field during a game in their final season at Knights Stadium.