It was announced earlier today that the 2022 College Football Playoff National Championship Game will be held in Lucas Oil Stadium, right here in Indianapolis. This marks the first time in college football that a championship game is not played in the South or West.
"Houston is one of the most venue-rich cities in the country with a great, modern stadium, multiple convention centers/arenas and a downtown park that will make for a terrific festival setting for our attendees", Bill Hancock, executive director of the CFP, said. "Los Angeles has always been where the world's best athletes come to make history on the biggest stage, and we can't wait to welcome the College Football Playoff National Championship to town in 2023". "We were serious about that, and now we've done it".
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This is the completion of a goal that the committee set when it was formed, as the first 10 national championship games will be played in 10 different cities.
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. "Of course, the new stadium will be spectacular". "It is a crown jewel for us", said Indiana Sports Corp. Indianapolis will be the first cold-weather city to host the game, which began after the 2014 season.
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This will be the first time the College Football Playoff National Championship is played in the Los Angeles region.
After the 2020 regular season, University of Miami fans would be ecstatic if the Hurricanes were in the top four of the College Football Playoff rankings, as Hard Rock Café Stadium will be the host of the tournament that year according to Matt Murschel of The Orlando Sentinel.
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I'm confident this event will be much more than a game for our city.