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Final Four Tickets: Minneapolis
Home to the NFL’s Minnesota Vikings, US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minn., will become the center of the college basketball universe April 6-8, 2019, playing host to the Final Four of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championships. The Final Four has evolved into much more than a semifinal clash between the regional champions from the South, East, West and Midwest brackets, it’s a weekend-long celebration of college basketball for fans and families alike. Fans with Final Four tickets can also enjoy the Final Four Fan Fest, a sneak peek into the teams practicing at Reese’s Final Four Friday, the Final Four Dribble Presented by Buick, and more. US Bank Stadium was the site of Super Bowl LII in 2018, as well as the ESPN X Games.
Final Four Teams
The Final Four is where the elite have already been separated from the rest of the March Madness pack. The single-elimination field featuring 68 teams will have boiled down to four regional champs, each with a shot at walking away with the biggest prize in college basketball. With 11 national titles, UCLA holds the record for the most NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championships. Kentucky is second (eight), followed by North Carolina (six), and Duke and Indiana, each of whom have five. Rounding out the leaderboard are: UConn (four), Kansas (three) and Villanova (three). Since 1985, when the tournament expanded to 64 teams, Duke has won five championships; Connecticut and UNC four; Kentucky and Villanova three; Kansas and Florida two; and UCLA, Indiana, Louisville and Michigan one. North Carolina has made more Final Four appearances than any other program: 20. Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski is the active leader for overall NCAA championships. Coach K has put together one of the most impressive NCAA Tournament resumes in the history of college basketball. Though he still has a way to go in order to catch the 10 titles of UCLA coaching legend John Wooden, his five championships and 12 Final Four appearances are nothing to sneeze at.
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