Atlantic Coast Conference to move headquarters to Charlotte

Sept. 20.  The Atlantic Coast Conference board of directors has selected Charlotte as the future home of its headquarters operation, continuing the strong legacy of a North Carolina-based ACC.

The ACC is a collegiate athletic conference with 15 member schools across 10 states primarily along the East Coast. Founded in Greensboro nearly 70 years ago, the conference sponsors 27 sports with nearly 10,000 student-athletes completing academically and athletically.

The ACC’s 50 employees and headquarters operation will move into the Legacy Union complex in uptown Charlotte, complete with a state-of-the-art gameday operations studio.


2 Responses to “Atlantic Coast Conference to move headquarters to Charlotte”

  1. Great news!

    Posted by Gail Williams | September 20, 2022, 11:53 am
  2. About time. The Greensboro coliseum is old and in an entertainment desert!

    Posted by Grady | September 20, 2022, 2:03 pm

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