March Madness is just around the corner. With the NCAA Tournament starting next week, where will the road to the Final Four end in 2023 and beyond?
Sports offer us so many fun and unique experiences, but March Madness has to be one of the most entertaining events in all of sports. From the first-round upsets to the buzz-beaters and everything in between, there’s nothing like the NCAA Tournament.
The Final Four is the penultimate setting with the Championship Game played just two days later on the same court. Last season, the Kansas Jayhawks lifted the championship trophy in New Orleans. Where will the 2023 Final Four take place?
March Madness: Final Four locations for 2023, 2024, 2025 and beyond
This year, the NCAA Men’s Final Four will be held on April 1 at the NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. This is the third time that NRG Stadium has hosted the tournament finals with the NCAA Tournament ending the season in H-Town back in 2011 and 2016. The Astrodome played host to the event back in 1971.
Next year, the final three games of the 2024 NCAA Tournament will head out west. Phoenix, Arizona will be the home of the 2024 Final Four. The last time State Farm Stadium was the location for the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship, the North Carolina Tar Heels won their sixth National Title.
In 2025, the Final Four heads back to Texas, but this time San Antonio will be the host city the college basketball finale. This will mark the fifth time that the Alamodome will play host to the event.
The 2026 (Indianapolis, Indiana) and 2027 (Detroit, Michigan) Final Four hosts will have a Midwest feel before heading out to Las Vegas in 2028. The Final Four will make a quick turnaround and come back to the Lucas Oil Stadium in 2029 after just a two-year hiatus.
Once March Madness heats up in 2030, all eyes will be on North Texas for the final weekend of the tournament as Jerry’s World, officially known as AT&T Stadium, will host that year’s Final Four.