College Football National Championship Tickets
In the year 2014, the College Football Playoffs and College Football Championship Game became the new standard by which the greatest college football team in the nation will be determined. The NCAA thought they had got the formula right several times in the past, dating back to late 1800s. But the fact that it is impossible and a bit strange to ask a computer and a mathematical equation to pick the best team kept being a thorn in the side of the system, so they finally implemented a playoff format beginning this season. College Football Championship Tickets are now among the hottest tickets in all of sports.
College Football Championship Schedule
Event & Location
Jan 09, 2017
Jan 10, 2017
Tickets To The College Football National Championship
Since the turn-of-the-century, the college football landscape has been dominated by Southern California, Ohio State and a host of SEC teams, highlighted by Alabama and LSU. Each of these teams was deemed to be worthy of competition in the biggest game of bowl season, and they took care of business. Taking a look several decades into the past shows us evidence of a deeply flawed system that often produced three or four different "National Champions." But all that is now behind us, and CFC tickets to this annual 4-team tournament featuring three games are going to be wildly popular into the foreseeable future.
This year, the first ever Championship Game will take place at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Tickets for the College Football Championship have already been swooped up in record numbers, and many are available for purchase on reputable resale sites such as this. This year's College Football Championship Schedule brought together four highly deserving teams that played their hearts out in the opening round, leaving two major players in the college football world to slug it out in front of a national audience.
While the four-team tournament designed to determine a winner on the field has been met with approval across the board, it stands to reason that there will soon be chirping about expanding its format. In its first year of existence, the four-team tournament left two talented and accomplished schools on the outside looking in with totally legitimate claims for being among the top four. With the tournament expanded to eight teams, the season will obviously take a week longer to play. But It would also create a format even more conducive to producing the toughest and most talented team, as well as give college football fans more opportunities to get their hands on College Football Championship Tickets.