WHAT IS THE ABHC?
The Atlanta Basketball Host Committee (ABHC) is responsible for assisting with the planning and production of the 2020 NCAA Final Four and accompanying fan events.
WHAT ARE THE DATES OF THE 2020 NCAA FINAL FOUR?
Semifinal games will be played on Saturday, April 4, 2020. The National Championship will take place on Monday, April 6, 2020.
HOW CAN I GET TICKETS TO THE 2020 FINAL FOUR?
Tickets for the 2020 NCAA Final Four in Atlanta were available through a randomized selection process. Ticket applications for the randomized selection process were accepted between March 18, 2019 and May 31, 2019. All applicants will be notified by September 2019 if they were randomly selected or will be refunded.
WHEN WILL I FIND OUT IF MY TICKET APPLICATION HAS BEEN ACCEPTED?
Those fans who are randomly selected will be notified in September 2019.
CAN I GET PRINTED TICKETS INSTEAD OF DIGITAL TICKETS?
No, all tickets through the random selection process are digital through Flash Seats. Learn more about Flash Seats at NCAA.FlashSeats.com.
WHEN WILL THE NCAA EXCHANGE OPEN?
The NCAA Exchange for the 2020 Final Four will open on November 11, 2019. The official NCAA Ticket Exchange is the only 100% guaranteed, NCAA-approved secondary ticket marketplace that allows fans to buy and sell NCAA Championship tickets with other fans.
WHERE CAN I FIND OUT MORE ABOUT FINAL FOUR TICKET AND HOSPITALITY PACKAGES?
Ticket and hospitality packages will be available through PRIMESPORT, the Official Ticket and Hospitality Provider of the NCAA in the spring of 2019.
HOW CAN I GET A HOTEL ROOM DURING THE FINAL FOUR?
2020 NCAA Final Four lodging options will be made available in the fall of 2019.
ARE THERE VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE AT FINAL FOUR EVENTS?
Yes, there are a variety of volunteer opportunities available, as the Final Four and its ancillary events could not take place without the support of thousands of local volunteers. Click here to go to the Volunteer page for more information.
WHAT ARE THE ANCILLARY AND COMMUNITY EVENTS THAT SURROUND THE FINAL FOUR GAMES?
No ticket? No problem! The Final Four experience is much more than two Semifinal games on Saturday and a Championship game on Monday. Everyone is invited to free and low-cost events and entertainment around the city all weekend long. The Final Four is as much for locals as it is for visitors, with interactive events for all ages, that ensure an inclusive celebration with something for everyone. To make an impact on the local community that is serving as its host, the NCAA and ABHC have developed a number of fun events that represent the spirit of the student-athlete and the Final Four.
Please visit NCAA.com/FinalFour for more event information as it is confirmed.
WHEN WILL TEAMS BE CHOSEN TO PLAY IN THE 2020 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP?
On Sunday, March 15, 2020 (“Selection Sunday”), the 68-team tournament bracket for the 2020 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship will be announced.
WHERE WILL THE 2020 REGIONAL GAMES BE PLAYED?
East Regional – New York (Madison Square Garden – March 27 & 29)
West Regional – Los Angeles (STAPLES Center – March 26 & 28)
Midwest Regional – Indianapolis (Lucas Oil Stadium – March 26 & 28)
South Regional – Houston (Toyota Center – March 27 & 29)
WHERE WILL FUTURE FINAL FOURS BE PLAYED?
2021 Lucas Oil Stadium (Indianapolis, IN)
2022 Mercedes-Benz Superdome (New Orleans, LA)
2023 NRG Stadium (Houston, TX)
2024 University of Phoenix Stadium (Phoenix, AZ)
2025 Alamo Dome (San Antonio, TX)
2026 Lucas Oil Stadium (Indianapolis, IN)
WHY DOES THE 2020 NCAA FINAL FOUR NEED VOLUNTEERS?
Hosting an event, the size of the NCAA Final Four requires a deep lineup of dedicated, friendly volunteers. The NCAA estimates a need for more than 2,000 volunteers to successfully host the 2020 NCAA Final Four and related events and programming. NCAA Final Four volunteers are the first and often most important touch point for visitors. While volunteers are not needed inside the game venue, they make a great impression for fans from the time they arrive to the time they depart. .
HOW OLD DO YOU HAVE TO BE TO VOLUNTEER?
All applicants must be at least 18 years of age at the time of the application. Courtesy car drivers must be at least 25 years old at the time of the application.
WHAT ARE THE VOLUNTEER ROLES, LOCATIONS, AND DATES?
We will have a variety of volunteer opportunities such as supporting NCAA ancillary events, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, information centers, volunteer headquarters and more. Responsibilities include welcoming fans, way-finding, being a source of information and representing the NCAA, ABHC and the region. Most shifts will take place between April 2 – 6, with some positions and shifts starting on March 31.
WHAT IS THE TIME COMMITMENT FOR VOLUNTEERS?
Volunteers are required to attend orientation and complete a minimum of three (3), four-hour shifts. Most shifts will take place between April 2 – 6, with some shifts starting March 31.
WHAT IS THE OVERALL TIMELINE FOR VOLUNTEERS?
• Online Volunteer Application and Background Check – Late Fall 2019
• Orientation & Role Specific Training – Early 2020
• Volunteer Dates – April 2 – 6, 2020 with some positions and shifts starting March 31
ARE THERE VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES INSIDE MERCEDES-BENZ STADIUM?
There are no volunteer opportunities inside Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
WHAT DO VOLUNTEERS WEAR?
Each volunteer will receive an exclusive NCAA Final Four volunteer uniform.
WILL PARKING AND TRANSPORTATION BE PROVIDED FOR VOLUNTEERS?
Volunteers are responsible for their transportation and parking.
WILL LODGING ACCOMMODATIONS BE PROVIDED FOR OUT-OF-TOWN VOLUNTEERS?
Volunteers will be responsible for their own hotel accommodations.
WHAT ARE THE DATES OF THE 2020 FINAL FOUR GAMES?
Saturday, April 4 and Monday, April 6, 2020.
WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO CONTACT THE ATLANTA BASKETBALL HOST COMMITTEE IF YOU HAVE A QUESTION REGARDING VOLUNTEERING?
The FAQ is quickest way to get answers to general questions. If you still can’t find the answer you’re looking for, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.