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NCAA Division I Football Championship Tickets

Secure your NCAA Division I FCS Championship tickets to see the two best NCAA Football Championship Subdivision teams battle to determine a national champion! The NCAA Division I Football Championship Game is the final round of a 24-team tournament held between teams at the NCAA DI FCS level. The teams that enter the tournament are conference champions and other college teams that have been selected by a committee based on their national and conference standings. The North Dakota State Bison football team is the most successful team in the history of the tournament, with a dynasty run of eight championships in a nine-year span from the 2011 to 2019 seasons.

The annual contest has taken place at several stadiums over the years at various locations throughout the United States. Toyota Stadium at 9200 World Cup Way, Frisco, TX 75033 has been home to the championship game since 2013. Several of the FCS Championship MVPs have gone on to have careers in the NFL and CFL such as Carson Wentz of the Philadelphia Eagles, Darrius Shepherd of the Green Bay Packers and Bo Levi Mitchell of the Calgary Stampeders. Fans of ultra-competitive FCS college football can buy their NCAA Division I FCS Championship tickets at TicketSmarter!

NCAA Division I FCS Championship Ticket Prices

The NCAA Division I Football Championship game is very affordable to attend, especially when compared to the CFP National Championship game. The schools that compete in the NCAA Division I FCS Playoffs tournament are from small college towns with incredibly passionate fans, students and alumni. NCAA Division I FCS Championship ticket prices on the secondary market can go up considerably when national powerhouses like the James Madison Dukes, Eastern Washington Eagles, Youngstown State Penguins or North Dakota State Bison are playing in the game.

How much are NCAA Division I FCS Championship tickets?

Tickets for the NCAA Division I Football Championship will usually start at a price of around $90. The average price of tickets for the game is in the range of $125 to $135. Certain areas at Toyota Stadium such as seats on the 50-yard line will be more expensive than other areas.

Cheap NCAA Division I FCS Championship Tickets

Fans looking for cheap NCAA Division I FCS Championship tickets will be able to find several options on TicketSmarter. Seats located near the 50-yard line will usually be the most expensive seats. Fans looking for a deal should look for tickets anywhere from the 20-yard line to the end zones. The cheapest tickets will be located behind the south end zone in the 200 level.

NCAA Division I FCS Championship Date & Schedule

The NCAA Division I FCS Championship game usually takes place during the first or second weekend of January. The FCS Championship game is a culmination of the NCAA Division I FCS Playoffs, which is a four-round, single-elimination tournament featuring the top FCS teams in the nation. The playoffs begin on the last weekend of November or the first weekend of December and usually end before the Christmas holiday. The three-week break between the playoff tournament and the national championship game gives the student-athletes time to enjoy their normal winter holiday break before resuming play.

The NCAA Division I FCS Championship schedule includes several fun activities for fans on game day. Both teams will have their own arrival and walk to the stadium on the morning of the game. Fans can also enjoy a team pep rally for both participants in the morning outside of the stadium. The Toyota Stadium gates will open around 9 am local time with kickoff usually set for sometime between 11 am and 1 pm local time.

When do NCAA Division I FCS Championship tickets go on sale?

NCAA Division I FCS Championship tickets go on sale at TicketSmarter during the late summer or early fall. More NCAA football tickets will become widely available after the semifinals when the two teams that will compete in the game are finalized. The full allotment of tickets will then be available for purchase.

NCAA Division I FCS Championship Seating Chart

Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas near Dallas has hosted the NCAA Division I Football Championship since 2013. The stadium is primarily used for professional soccer and is the home of FC Dallas in the MLS, as well as the National Soccer Hall of Fame outside of the south end zone. Due to the venue being a soccer-specific stadium, it has a seating capacity for 20,500, which is a perfect fit for the FCS National Championship game. Fans will get a great view of the field from every seat in the stadium with the seating layout of Toyota Stadium.

The NCAA Division I FCS Championship seating chart includes seating sections that run alongside each sideline and behind the south end zone. Sections 105 through 107 and 126 through 128 will put fans between the two 40-yard lines. Sections 114 through 119 are behind the end zone, which also has an additional second level with sections 214 through 219. Various suites, the Winners Club and the National Soccer Hall of Fame Club seating options are also available for the game.

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