Basketball, Windsor Detroit Sports News

March Madness Sites will be Relocated

March Madness Schedule, March Madness First Four, March Madness First Round 2018, March Madness Second Round 2018, March Madness Sweet 16 2018, March Madness Elite Eight 2018, March Madness Schedule Final Four 2018, NCAA Men's National Basketball Championship 2018

March Madness Sites will be Relocated

Due to health and safety concerns, the Division I Men’s Basketball Committee has decided to relocate the 13 sites previously chosen to host preliminary rounds of the 2021 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship.

Despite the challenges the pandemic continues to present to our country, March Madness will take place in 2021. The environment in which we live is drastically different, which means the tournament will clearly have a different feel to it, but we will safely conduct this event despite the obstacles we are facing. It was determined that the most effective way of doing so is to stage the event in one city, using multiple venues. The NCAA is in preliminary discussions with the state of Indiana and the city of Indianapolis to conduct the entire championship in the metropolitan area. No decision has been made regarding fan attendance at any NCAA tournament game. However, the NCAA committee and staff will remain in communication with nation and local experts from within the medical field to decide the best course of action.

At this time, there are no changes to the field size of 68 or the dates March Madness is typically held. The original key dates include Selection Sunday® on March 14, the tournament start date on March 16 and the National Championship on April 5.

Facebook Comments