Here is the March Madness schedule for the 2020 NCAA Tournament, including the Final Four and NCAA championship game in Atlanta.
The 2020 tournament will start with Selection Sunday — when the full field of 68, seeding, and bracket are released — on March 15, 2020.
Games will begin with the First Four that Tuesday, March 17, and continue until the Final Four on April 4 and national championship on April 6.
Below is the full schedule. We will update it here with TV information and livestreaming links as soon as those are available.
So, what is the NCAA Division I men's basketball tournament?
The 68-team single-elimination tournament holds 67 games over 21 days, a jam-packed end to the season that aptly earned the nickname March Madness.
The NCAA tournament begs with Selection Sunday, when the selection committee announces all 68 tournament teams, and ends with the Final Four and championship game three weeks later.
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Here are the future sites for the NCAA Division I men's basketball Final Four:
|Final Four Dates||Hosts||City, State||Facility|
|April 3/5, 2021||Horizon League, IUPUI||Indianapolis, IN||Lucas Oil Stadium|
|April 2/4, 2022||Tulane University||New Orleans, LA||Mercedes-Benz Superdome|
|April 1/3, 2023||Rice University, University of Houston,
Houston Baptist University, Texas Southern University
|Houston, TX||NRG Stadium|
|April 6/8, 2024||Arizona State University||Phoenix, AZ||State Farm Stadium|
|April 5/7, 2025||University of Texas at San Antonio, University of the Incarnate Word||San Antonio, TX||Alamodome|
|April 4/6, 2026||Horizon League, IUPUI||Indianapolis, IN||Lucas Oil Stadium|
Here's how you can get March Madness tickets if you'd like to attend any of these games.