In its 45 years of existence, Carter-Finley Stadium has earned a reputation as one of the most exciting venues in college football, mainly due to the dedication of Wolfpack fans. In the past decade, the facility has been renovated to match the excellence of the people who fill it and has become known as one of the finest football venues in the nation for both its atmosphere and its facilities.
The south end zone is the home of the 103,254 square-foot Murphy Center, which is unequalled in its design for the training and preparation of athletes.
The Wolfpack squad practices just a stone's throw away at the Dail Practice Complex. This area covers seven acres and boasts three full fields, a training room, restrooms and a tower where the head coach is frequently found surveying his squad.
Vaughn Towers, a four-level facility that boasts 117,000 square feet, holds 51 luxury suites, 1,000 club seats and luxurious quarters for the media covering NC State games.
The A.E. Finley Fieldhouse in the north end zone houses two spacious, state-of-the-art locker rooms that can be divided into smaller locker rooms when NC State plays host to high school championship games. There are also halftime locker room areas for the cheerleaders, the dance team, game referees and coaches.
C. Richard Vaughn Towers
Vaughn Towers dominates the skyline around Carter-Finley Stadium as it rises above the west stands. The 117,000 square-foot structure, which stretches from endzone to endzone, includes four levels, 51 private luxury suites and 955 club seats, as well as a University Suite for the Chancellor. The state-of-the-art facility also includes accomodations for the media, with 112 press seats.
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