State Games of North Carolina

State Games of North Carolina
Abbreviation SGNC
Occur every Annual
Headquarters Durham, North Carolina

The State Games of North Carolina (for sponsorship reasons known as the Powerade State Games of North Carolina) is an Olympic-style competition for residents of North Carolina, and a member of the State Games of America. The goal of the state games is to promote fitness, sportsmanship, and a drug-free environment to North Carolinians.[1]

Many famous athletes have taken part in the games including Roy Lassiter, Julius Peppers, Rashad McCants, Chris Paul, and others.

State Games of NC Sports [2]

Host cities

YearHost CityCounty Location
1997GreensboroGuilford County
1998GreensboroGuilford County
1999GreensboroGuilford County
2000RaleighWake County
2001RaleighWake County
2002RaleighWake County
2003Winston-SalemForsyth County
2004Winston-SalemForsyth County
2005CaryWake County
2006CaryWake County
2007GreensboroGuilford County
2008GreensboroGuilford County
2009CharlotteMecklenburg County
2010CharlotteMecklenburg County
2011Winston-SalemForsyth County
2012Winston-SalemForsyth County
2013CharlotteMecklenburg County
2014CharlotteMecklenburg County
2015The Triangle
2016The Triangle
2017Piedmont Triad

Future sites

YearHost CitiesCounty Location
2018Greensboro, Winston-Salem, High Point & BurlingtonGuilford, Forsyth & Alamance Counties
2019CharlotteMecklenburg County
2020CharlotteMecklenburg County


  1. "North Carolina Amateur Sports". Archived from the original on 2017-10-08. Retrieved 2018-07-24.
  2. "North Carolina Amateur Sports". Retrieved 2018-07-24.
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