Secure your NCAA gymnastics tickets to see some of the top collegiate athletes compete! The NCAA began sanctioning gymnastics as a varsity sport in 1938 when they created the NCAA Men’s Gymnastics Championships. Women's gymnastics was added as a varsity sport by the NCAA in 1982. Gymnastics meets at the collegiate level feature a large variety of events including all-around, rings, pommel horse and vault. Each event is judged by a panel with a 10.0 being considered as a perfect score in an event.
At the Division I level, men’s gymnastics has been dominated by the Penn State Nittany Lions, Oklahoma Sooners and Illinois Fighting Illini, each team having won 10 or more national championships. The most successful teams in NCAA DI women’s gymnastics include the Georgia Bulldogs, Utah Utes, UCLA Bruins and Alabama Crimson Tide, who have all won more than five national titles. Score a perfect 10 with NCAA gymnastics tickets from TicketSmarter!
NCAA gymnastics ticket prices will vary throughout the season. The cost of tickets will fluctuate between meets and tournaments held across the United States. Some of the factors that will impact college gymnastics ticket prices include the teams competing in an event, the size of the arena that is hosting the event and seating location inside the arena.
Tickets for NCAA gymnastics meets will generally start in the $20 to $25 range. Meets may have options for reserved or general admission seats. Postseason tournaments like the NCAA Gymnastics Regionals or the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Gymnastics Championships will have an average price range of around $40 to $60 for all sessions.
The NCAA gymnastics schedule for men’s and women’s teams begin in January. Each team in the NCAA will compete in a series of meets against teams from opposing universities. The regular season will end in March, which is then followed up by postseason tournaments in March and April. Some conferences will have a conference championship for gymnastics. The NCAA Men’s Gymnastics Championship will feature 12 teams competing in a three-day tournament.
The NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championships feature a number of regional contests held throughout early April. These regional meets act as qualifiers for the two-day championship event, which will feature the top eight teams in the nation.
NCAA gymnastics tickets for regular season meets will usually go on sale for most schools in November. NCAA Gymnastics Regionals and NCAA Gymnastics Championship tickets will go on sale in February.
College gymnastics meets typically take place at the basketball arenas located on the hosting university’s campus. These arenas can hold anywhere from a few thousand fans to over 15,000 with well-known gymnastics venues including Pauley Pavilion at UCLA, Coleman Coliseum at the University of Alabama and Lloyd Noble Center at the University of Oklahoma. NCAA gymnastics national championship events have taken place at various arenas including Christl Arena, St. John Arena, Fort Worth Convention Center and Chaifetz Arena.
The NCAA gymnastics seating chart will typically feature multiple levels of bowl seating with reserved and general admission options available. TicketSmarter will have accurate seating layouts for every arena that hosts NCAA gymnastics meets.
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