The college basketball season is winding down, meaning fans all over the country are preparing for one of the most exciting sporting events of the year: March Madness. Fans across the country will have the chance to witness the action live on the court with the NCAA Tournament hosting events all across the U.S.
Things will start as they always do, with Selection Sunday, March 15. The NCAA selection show will begin at 6 p.m. EST where the full field of 68 and bracket for the NCAA Division I men's basketball tournament will release.
On the court action will start with the First Four in Dayton, OH on March 17 where the first four entrants of the 68-team field will compete to advance to regionals.
Following the First Four, the tournament will enter First & Second Rounds from March 19-22 across multiple cities, including Cleveland, OH (Tickets).
From March 26-29, the tournament enters the Sweet Sixteen, with matches taking place in Indianapolis, Los Angeles (Tickets), Houston, and New York (Tickets). Once the best of the best claim their spots, the madness will take over Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, GA for the Final Four and Championship games, April 4 & 6.
Check out the entire March Madness 2020 schedule below:
March 15 (TBS)
March 17-18 — Dayton, OH — UD Arena
First & Second Rounds
March 19-21 — Albany, NY — Times Union Center
March 19-21 — Spokane, WA — Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena
March 19-21 — St. Louis, MO — Enterprise Center
March 19-21 — Tampa, FL — Amalie Arena
March 20-22 — Greensboro, NC — Greensboro Coliseum
March 20-22 — Omaha, NE — CenturyLink Center Omaha
March 20-22 — Sacramento, CA — Golden 1 Center
March 20-22 — Cleveland, OH — Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse (Tickets)
Regional Semifinals (Sweet Sixteen) and Finals (Elite Eight)
March 26-28: Midwest Regional — Indianapolis, IN — Lucas Oil Stadium
March 26-28: West Regional — Los Angeles, CA — STAPLES Center (Tickets)
March 27-29: South Regional — Houston, TX — Toyota Center
March 27-29: East Regional — New York, NY — Madison Square Garden (Tickets)
National Semifinals (Final Four) and Championship
April 4 & 6 — Atlanta, GA — Mercedes-Benz Stadium