Las Vegas will host men’s Final Four for college basketball in 2028

The Final Four is headed to Sin City for the first time after the NCAA Men’s Basketball Committee approved Las Vegas as the 2028 championship site. The semifinals and championship game will be played at Allegiant Stadium, home to the Raiders.

“We are excited to bring the NCAA’s premier championship to Las Vegas, a city that for a number of years has hosted numerous championships from several member conferences,” Bradley athletic director Chris Reynolds, who chairs the NCAA selection committee, said Tuesday. “The feedback from leagues, the fans of their teams and the media covering the events staged there has been overwhelmingly positive, and we are confident we’ll get the same reviews.”

The NCAA also announced Tuesday that Detroit’s Ford Field will host the Final Four in 2027, Indianapolis’ Lucas Oil Stadium will have it in 2029 and Dallas’ AT&T Stadium for 2030.

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