NCAA awards Final Four to Las Vegas for first time

The NCAA gave Allegiant Stadium the right to host the men’s national semifinals and championship game for the 2027–28 season, which means the Final Four will make its first appearance in Las Vegas, where betting on the NCAA Tournament has long been a fixture of March Madness festivities.


The Final Four will be held in Ford Field in Detroit in 2027, Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis in 2029, and AT&T Stadium in Dallas in 2030, according to information released by the NCAA on Tuesday.

Chris Reynolds, the athletic director at Bradley and the head of the NCAA selection committee, said, “We are thrilled to bring the NCAA’s flagship championship to Las Vegas, a city that for a lot of years has hosted several championships from several member leagues. We are convinced we’ll receive the same evaluations because of the tremendously good reaction from leagues, the supporters of those teams, and the media that covered the events held there.”


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