While Greenville is a great place to get out and enjoy participating in a variety of sports and activities, sometimes there's nothing more fun than passing through a turnstile and settling into the stands to watch the a game or two. No matter what your passion—from baseball to hockey, college to pro—Greenville has plenty of live sporting events to get crowds pumped up all year round.
🏀 It’s official! Greenville will once again play host to the 2023 NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Championship - Regional Round, the 2023, 2024 & 2025 SEC Women's Basketball Tournament, and the first and second rounds of the 2026 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship. All events occur in March and are held at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena.
🏈 And if you’re here in autumn, you may notice that leaves aren’t the only things turning orange. When the Clemson Tigers take the field at Death Valley stadium—just 40 minutes southwest of Greenville—it seems like all of Greenville turns orange to cheer for the nationally ranked team. If, however, you’re not into orange, but want to catch some local collegiate sports, there are plenty of other options. Furman, Bob Jones, and North Greenville Universities all boast multiple teams with multiple opportunities to catch a great game.