$81.1 million in economic impact over last four games.
The Charlotte Sports Foundation is a 501(c)(3) dedicated to positively impacting the economy and quality of life in the Charlotte region by developing unique, large-scale sports events and business opportunities.
$94.8 million in economic impact and $51.2M in direct spending for last three games.
$62 million in economic impact and $1.7 million in Mecklenburg County taxes last two years.
234,156 Hotel Room Nights generated by all three games over past three years.
Meet Our Team
From our board and our staff to our partners and Co-Captains, each of us shares a commitment to supporting and enriching our community by creating unforgettable sports experiences.
Our BoardThe Charlotte Sports Foundation Board of Directors includes a cross-section of some of Charlotte’s top leaders who are committed to the economic development of our region.
Our StaffMeet the people behind the scenes, get answers to your questions and learn how you can get involved with the Charlotte Sports Foundation.
Our Co-CaptainsCo-Captains make it possible for us to carry out our mission by expanding the economic benefits and entertainment value of sports in Charlotte.
The Charlotte Sports Foundation Internships
The Charlotte Sports Foundation’s post-graduate interns get first-hand experience and develop invaluable professional connections working events that reach millions of fans each year. Our previous interns have been hired by Raycom, Charlotte Hornets, Carolina Panthers and more.
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