Carolina RailHawks Re-brand as North Carolina Football Club (NCFC)

The Carolina RailHawks announced their rebranding to North Carolina Football Club (NCFC) on December 6, 2016 at a press conference in Raleigh.  The team has long called WakeMed Soccer Park home, having played 10 seasons under the Carolina RailHawks name. Starting their season in spring 2017, they will be NCFC.  Visit them online for more: www.northcarolinafc.com.  

North Carolina Football Club (NCFC) to Bring Women’s Professional Soccer Back to the Triangle

Women’s Professional Soccer regular season league play will return to the Triangle and WakeMed Soccer Park in the spring of 2017 for the first time since 2003.  NCFC has bought the Western New York Flash of the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) and will relocate them to Cary.  The NC Courage will share WakeMed Soccer Park with the NCFC men’s team starting in March 2017.  

WakeMed Soccer Park is the Perfect Place to Hold Your 5K Charity Run!

WakeMed Soccer Park’s competitive 5K Cross Country Course is a perfect place for organizations looking to host a 5K Charity Cause Run.  The course is completely enclosed inside WakeMed Soccer Park, therefore providing a safe place off the main streets to have your run!  This competitive course provides ample parking and a great running surface for your attendees.  Routinely WakeMed Soccer Park hosts approximately 30 Charity Cause Runs each year in addition to 10 major competitive middle school, high school, and college cross country events.  Dates are limited and fill up fast!  To inquire about details, call the WakeMed Soccer Park staff at 919-858-0464.