The NCAA has selected host sites for finals of predetermined championships in Divisions I, II and III. The Final Four sites for 2023-26 have also been announced. Here are the selections for Division I:
|Nov. 18-20, 2022||DI Field Hockey Semi-Final and Final Rounds||Storrs||CT||University of Connecticut - Sherman Complex|
|Nov. 19, 2022||DI Men's Cross Country Finals||Stillwater||OK||OSU Cross Country Course|
|Nov. 19, 2022||DI Women's Cross Country Finals||Stillwater||OK||OSU Cross Country Course|
|Dec. 2-5, 2022||DI Women's Soccer Semi-Final and Final Rounds||Cary||NC||WakeMed Soccer Park|
|Dec. 2-3, 2022||National Collegiate Men's Water Polo Finals||Berkley||CA||Spieker Aquatics Complex|
|Dec. 2, 2022||DI Men's Soccer Semi-Final and Final Rounds||Cary||NC||WakeMed Soccer Park|
|Dec. 15-17, 2022||DI Women's Volleyball Finals||Omaha||NE||CHI Health Center Omaha|
|Jan. 8, 2023||DI Football Finals (FCS)||Frisco||TX||Toyota Stadium|
|April 1-3, 2023||DI M Basketball Final Four||Houston||TX||NRG Stadium|
|April 6-8, 2024||DI M Basketball Final Four||Phoenix||AZ||University of Phoenix Stadium|
|April 5-7, 2025||DI M Basketball Final Four||San Antonio||TX||Alamodome|
|April 4-6, 2026||DI M Basketball Final Four||Indianapolis||IN||Lucas Oil Stadium|
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