Regional Championships 2020: Elite Eight
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The Elite 8 is make or break for remaining NCAA tournament hopefuls, when just one win separates the eight schools from a coveted Final Four berth. The past few seasons have seen some noteworthy, and unexpected, Elite Eight teams.
In 2014, No. 11 seed Dayton upset No. 3 Syracuse in the Sweet 16, and then took down Stanford in the Elite 8 en route to a Final Four bid. Two seasons later in 2016, Syracuse made some upset magic of its own, getting revenge on Dayton in the First Round followed by wins over Middle Tennessee, Gonzaga, and No. 1 Virginia to become the first-ever 10 seed to make the Final Four. And in the 2017 tournament, Xavier had a memorable run before falling to top-seeded Gonzaga in the Elite Eight.
This year's Elite Eight games will take place in four cities across the country on Saturday and Sunday, March 30 and 31. Capital One Arena in Washington D.C. will host the East Regional, while the West Regional will be played at the Honda Center in Anaheim. The South Regional will be played at the YUM! Center in Louisville, and the Midwest Regional will take place at the Sprint Center in Kansas City.
2020 NCAA Tournament Elite 8 Sites and Dates
|Los Angeles, CA||Staples Center||March 28|
|Indianapolis, IN||Lucas Oil Stadium||March 28|
|New York, NY||Madison Square Garden||March 29|
|Houston, TX||Toyota Center||March 29|
Elite Eight Ticket Prices
Elite Eight ticket prices are subject to change based on location and the team matchups. Of course, this means that ticket prices will vary once the field is set and play begins. Following Selection Sunday and as the tournament progresses, be sure to check back for an update on Sweet 16 ticket price information.
Tickets to Elite 8 games range from an average resale price of about $237 for a game in Los Angeles to about $444 for a game in New York. Overall, Elite 8 tickets in the 2019 NCAA Tournament resold for an average of $231, though individual tickets were available both below and above that price point, depending on the specific seating section.
March Madness 2020 Early Round Sites
The first and second round games for this year’s NCAA Tournament are taking place in eight exciting U.S. cities. To shop tickets in each of these locations, follow the links below.