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NCAA announces March Madness sites through 2022

If you live in an SEC state, there’s a good chance your state will be hosting games!

NCAA Womens Basketball: Women's Final Four-Stanford vs South Carolina Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

On Tuesday afternoon, the NCAA announced March Madness hosts through 2022.

This is certainly a very exciting time for all basketball fans. The sites can be found below.

As usual, the First Four will be played in Dayton.

Interestingly, the NCAA has decided to allow North Carolina to host championships yet again. That decision could be seen as problematic, as OutSports discusses here.


2019

Site Host Round
Site Host Round
Colonial Life Arena (Columbia) South Carolina First/Second
XL Center (Hartford) UConn First/Second
Nationwide Arena (Columbus) Ohio State First/Second
Wells Fargo Arena (Des Moines) Drake First/Second
BOK Center (Tulsa) Tulsa First/Second
Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena (Jacksonville) Jacksonville First/Second
Vivint Smart Home Arena (Salt Lake City) Utah First/Second
Key Arena (Seattle) Washington First/Second
Verizon Center (Washington D.C.) Georgetown Regional
Sprint Center (Kansas City) MVC Regional
KFC Yum! Center (Louisville) Louisville Regional
Honda Center (Anaheim) Big West Regional

2020

Site Host Round
Site Host Round
Times Union Center (Albany) MAAC First/Second
Quicken Loans Arena (Cleveland) MAC First/Second
Scottrade Center (St. Louis) MVC First/Second
CenturyLink Center (Omaha) Creighton First/Second
Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro) ACC First/Second
Amalie Arena (Tampa) South Florida First/Second
Golden 1 Center (Sacramento) Sacramento State First/Second
Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena (Spokane) Idaho First/Second
Madison Square Garden (NYC) Big East/St. John's Regional
Lucas Oil Stadium (Indianapolis) Horizon/IUPUI Regional
Toyota Center (Houston) Houston Regional
STAPLES Center (Los Angeles) Pepperdine Regional

2021

Site Host Round
Site Host Round
Dunkin Donuts Center (Providence) Providence First/Second
Little Caesars Arena (Detroit) Detroit Mercy First/Second
Intrust Bank Arena (Wichita) Wichita State First/Second
Rupp Arena (Lexington) Kentucky First/Second
American Airlines Center (Dallas) Big 12 First/Second
PNC Arena (Raleigh) NC State First/Second
SAP Center (San Jose) WCC First/Second
Taco Bell Arena (Boise) Boise State First/Second
Barclays Center (Brooklyn) Atlantic 10 Regional
Target Center (Minneapolis) Minnesota Regional
Pepsi Center (Denver) Mountain West Regional
FedEx Forum (Memphis) Memphis Regional

2022

Site Host Round
Site Host Round
Moda Center (Portland) Oregon State First/Second
Wisconsin Entertainment and Sports Center (Milwaukee) Marquette First/Second
PPG Paints Arena (Pittsburgh) Duquesne First/Second
KeyBank Center (Buffalo) MAAC First/Second
US Bank Arena (Cincinnati) Cincinnati First/Second
Fort Worth Arena (Fort Worth) TCU First/Second
Bon Secours Wellness Arena (Greenville) Furman/SoCon First/Second
Viejas Arena (San Diego) San Diego State First/Second
Wells Fargo Center (Philadelphia) Penn Regional
United Center (Chicago) Northwestern Regional
AT&T Center (San Antonio) UTSA Regional
Chase Center (San Francisco) Pac 12 Regional