NCAA Tournament: Final Four Seating Chart and Guide
We’ll be seeing who makes the final four in just a few days time, and while we still don’t know if it will be Louisville, Michigan or even underdog Dayton, now’s the time to start talking about where it’ll take place.
Only one venue left, and the final destination of the 2014 NCAA Tournament is none other than the world-renowned AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys. Unlike the Midwest Regionals at Lucas Oil Stadium, AT&T Stadium is planning to use the entire stadium. To do so the will drop a court in the middle of the field and extend the Hall of Fame Club sections out to the court. These seats are the priciest of all, but if you can land some you’re in for a great show. In addition to extending the Hall of Fame Club sections there will also be additional risers added to both baselines of the court. If you’re looking to just get in the door for the experience a couple hundred will get you into some mezzanine sections and most of the upper concourse. Remember AT&T Stadium houses one of the largest screens in the entire world…you won’t need to be right next to the court.
There you have it, a complete guide to obtaining the seat that is perfect for you during the NCAA Tournament. To make the process of finding tickets to see your team play even easier we came up with some brackets to help narrow your search down. The NCAA Tournament Bracket will help you get down to the region your team is playing in as well as link to the specific sessions you will need to purchase to see their games.