College Football Playoff Announces Championship Locations for 2021-24

The College Football Playoff announced that Indianapolis will host the 2022 national championship game marking the first time the title game will be played in the Midwest

The College Football Playoff announced that Indianapolis will host the 2022 national championship game marking the first time the title game will be played in the Midwest

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"We are excited that Hard Rock Stadium will play host to the biggest game in college football", said Tom Garfinkel, president and CEO of the Miami Dolphins.

Vaughn says the invitation to host college football's biggest event prompted business, political and community leaders to leap into action. In a press release from the NCAA, Bill Hancock, executive director of the College Football Playoff (CFP) announced three other host cities as future sites: 2021 - Miami-South Florida, 2023 - Los Angeles, and 2024 - Houston.

College football's national championship game will be played in Atlanta this season.

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The College Football Playoff championship game won't be returning to North Texas and AT&T Stadium for a long while.

The event is expected to bring in over $150 million to the city. "We're just very happy that people in so many communities will be able to experience the game".

This will be the first time the College Football Playoff National Championship is played in the Los Angeles region. The 20 previous national championship games were hosted by the Orange Bowl Committee, most recently, the 2013 BCS National Championship Game between Alabama and Notre Dame. Along with the national championship game, the weekend will feature a fan fest inside the Indiana Convention Center, a music festival, themed food event and plenty of championship tailgating. The city has served as a renowned host to top collegiate events for many years-and, of course, to the Indianapolis 500, a great Super Bowl, Pan American Games and more. But after the January 8 event at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, the game won't return here for at least the following six seasons.

The playoff, which started in 2014, will not have a stadium host a second national championship game until at least 2025.

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