College Football Playoff Annouces Sites for 2021-2024 National Championship Games

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He also said that "the new stadium will be spectacular". The other cities are Miami (2021), Los Angeles (2023) and Houston (2024).

The Rams' stadium, set to open in 2020, already has been tabbed to host the 2022 Super Bowl and be part of the opening and closing ceremonies for the 2028 Summer Olympics.

Indianapolis will be the first city from the Midwest to host the event.

Former director of NCAA Men's Final Four and current College Football Playoff Executive Director Bill Hancock is looking forward to bringing this iconic event to the Hoosier state. Early expectations are that 31,000 hotel room nights will be booked as a result, said in a press release. The bidding processes likely will return once the 10 in 10 cycle finishes.

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The playoff, which started in 2014, will not have a stadium host a second national championship game until at least 2025. "'Why does college football always have to have its championship in the Sun Belt?' We're pleased with our decision to go north".

"As the entertainment capital of the world, Los Angeles is ready to deliver a College Football Playoff National Championship like no city has ever before", said Kathryn Schloessman, president of Los Angeles Sports & Entertainment Commission.

Indianapolis is no stranger to hosting marquee events. "Thank you to our hospitality businesses for their collaboration in securing another championship event for the Los Angeles region". According to the IndyStar, it will be the first time in modern sports history that a national title will be won outside of the South or West.

The first three CFP championship games have taken place at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas; at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona; and at Tampa Bay's Raymond James Stadium.

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