Wednesday's announcement of the four additional sites means no city will repeat as host of the championship game in the playoff's first decade. He also said that "the new stadium will be spectacular".
The College Football Playoff semifinals will continue to rotate between the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA, Fiesta Bowl in Glendale, Sugar Bowl in New Orleans, Orange Bowl in Miami, Cotton Bowl in Arlington, and Peach Bowl in Atlanta.
"When we created the playoff, we said we wanted to move the national championship game around", said Hancock.
This will be the community's first national championship game under the College Football Playoff, but its 21st overall.
The College Football Playoff is coming to the Midwest.
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Organizers say the national championship game will generate more than $150 million in economic benefits for central in, along with hours of anticipated national media coverage for Indianapolis. "We're just very happy that people in so many communities will be able to experience the game".
Other cities to host the college football championship game from 2021 through 2024 include Miami; Inglewood, California; and Houston from 2021 through 2024. The city has served as a renowned host to top collegiate events for many years-and, of course, to the Indianapolis 500, a great Super Bowl, Pan American Games and more. The Los Angeles Host Committee will be responsible for hosting the event and will work closely with the CFP to deliver the most successful national championship game to date on January 9, 2023. Indianapolis will be the first cold-weather city to host the game, which began after the 2014 season.
It will be the first national championship game for South Florida since Alabama defeated Notre Dame 42-14 under the former Bowl Championship Series.
And in 2024, college football's biggest game will be making its way back to the Lone Star State.