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Projecting NCAA tournament sites for 2019-22
The NCAA will soon announce which sites will be hosting March Madness for the years 2019 to 2022. Before that announcement is made, I've decided to make a guess as to who will be hosting these years. Enjoy

2019-22
First Four
UD Arena
Dayton, OH
Dayton

2019
1st/2nd Rounds
WisePies Arena
Albuquerque
New Mexico

Honda Center
Anaheim
Big West Conference

Colonial Life Center
Columbia, SC
South Carolina

Wells Fargo Center
Des Moines, IA
Drake

Giant Center
Hershey, PA
Penn State

Rupp Arena
Lexington, KY
Kentucky

Chesapeake Energy Arena
Oklahoma City
Big 12

Dunkin' Donuts Center
Providence, RI
Providence and Big East

East Regional
Barclays Center
Brooklyn
Atlantic 10

South Regional
AmericanAirlinesArena
Miami
FIU

Midwest Regional
United Center
Chicago
Big Ten

West Regional
Moda Center
Porland, OR
Oregon State

2020
1st/2nd Rounds
Times Union Center
Albany, NY
Siena and MAAC

Legacy Arena at the BJCC
Birmingham, AL
SEC

Pepsi Center
Denver
Colorado State and/or Mountain West

Van Andel Arena
Grand Rapids, MI
Western Michigan

Sprint Center
Kansas City, MO
Big 12

PNC Arena
Raleigh, NC
NC State

Viejas Arena
San Diego
San Diego State

Amalie Arena
Tampa
USF

East Regional
Verizon Center
Washington, DC
Georgetown

South Regional
Toyota Center
Houston
Rice

Midwest Regional
Nationwide Arena
Columbus, OH
Ohio

West Regional
Vivint Smarthome Arena
Salt Lake City
Utah

2021
1st/2nd Rounds
Spectrum Center
Charlotte, NC
Charlotte

Little Caesars Arena
Detroit
Detroit Mercy and Oakland

Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Jacksonville
Jacksonville and North Florida

PPG Paints Arena
Pittsburgh
Duquesne

AT&T Center
San Antonio
UTSA

Denny Sanford Premier Center
Sioux Falls, SD
Summit League

Spokane Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Spokane
Idaho

McKale Center
Tucson, AZ
Arizona

East Regional
Wells Fargo Center
Philadelphia
Penn

South Regional
Bridgestone Arena
Nashville
Ohio Valley

Midwest Regional
New Milwaukee Arena
Marquette

West Regional
Staples Center
Los Angeles
Pepperdine

2022
1st/2nd Rounds
Taco Bell Arena
Boise, ID
Boise State

UD Arena
Dayton, OH
Dayton

Matthew Knight Arena
Eugene, OR
Oregon

Verizon Arena
North Little Rock, AR
Little Rock and Sun Belt

CenturyLink Center Omaha
Omaha, NE
Creighton

Amway Center
Orlando
UCF

ScotTrade Center
St. Louis
Missouri Valley

Carrier Dome
Syracuse, NY
Syracuse

East Regional
Madison Square Garden
New York
St. John's and Big East

South Regional
American Airlines Center
Dallas
Big 12

Midwest Regional
Quicken Loans Arena
Cleveland
MAC

West Regional
Chase Center
San Francisco
Stanford
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RE: Projecting NCAA tournament sites for 2019-22
(04-15-2017 11:21 AM)Rube Dali Wrote:  The NCAA will soon announce which sites will be hosting March Madness for the years 2019 to 2022. Before that announcement is made, I've decided to make a guess as to who will be hosting these years. Enjoy

2019-22
First Four
UD Arena
Dayton, OH
Dayton

2019
1st/2nd Rounds
WisePies Arena
Albuquerque
New Mexico

Honda Center
Anaheim
Big West Conference

Colonial Life Center
Columbia, SC
South Carolina

Wells Fargo Center
Des Moines, IA
Drake

Giant Center
Hershey, PA
Penn State

Rupp Arena
Lexington, KY
Kentucky

Chesapeake Energy Arena
Oklahoma City
Big 12

Dunkin' Donuts Center
Providence, RI
Providence and Big East

East Regional
Barclays Center
Brooklyn
Atlantic 10

South Regional
AmericanAirlinesArena
Miami
FIU

Midwest Regional
United Center
Chicago
Big Ten

West Regional
Moda Center
Porland, OR
Oregon State

2020
1st/2nd Rounds
Times Union Arena
Albany, NY
Siena and MAAC

Legacy Arena at the BJCC
Birmingham, AL
SEC

Pepsi Center
Denver
Colorado State and/or Mountain West

Van Andel Arena
Grand Rapids, MI
Western Michigan

Sprint Center
Kansas City, MO
Big 12

PNC Arena
Raleigh, NC
NC State

Viejas Arena
San Diego
San Diego State

Amalie Arena
Tampa
USF

East Regional
Verizon Center
Washington, DC
Georgetown

South Regional
Toyota Center
Houston
Rice

Midwest Regional
Nationwide Arena
Columbus, OH
Ohio

West Regional
Vivint Smarthome Arena
Salt Lake City
Utah

2021
1st/2nd Rounds
Spectrum Center
Charlotte, NC
Charlotte

Little Caesars Arena
Detroit
Detroit Mercy and Oakland

Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Jacksonville
Jacksonville and North Florida

PPG Paints Arena
Pittsburgh
Duquesne

AT&T Center
San Antonio
UTSA

Denny Sanford Premier Center
Sioux Falls, SD
Summit League

Spokane Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Spokane
Idaho

McKale Center
Tucson, AZ
Arizona

East Regional
Wells Fargo Center
Philadelphia
Penn

South Regional
Bridgestone Arena
Nashville
Ohio Valley

Midwest Regional
New Milwaukee Arena
Marquette

West Regional
Staples Center
Los Angeles
Pepperdine

2022
1st/2nd Rounds
Taco Bell Arena
Boise, ID
Boise State

UD Arena
Dayton, OH
Dayton

Matthew Knight Arena
Eugene, OR
Oregon

Verizon Arena
North Little Rock, AR
Little Rock and Sun Belt

CenturyLink Center Omaha
Omaha, NE
Creighton

Amway Center
Orlando
UCF

ScotTrade Center
St. Louis
Missouri Valley

Carrier Dome
Syracuse, NY
Syracuse

East Regional
Madison Square Garden
New York
St. John's and Big East

South Regional
American Airlines Center
Dallas
Big 12

Midwest Regional
Quicken Loans Arena
Cleveland
MAC

West Regional
Chase Center
San Francisco
Stanford

Detroit will host several NCAA rounds in the coming years. The new Little Caesars Pizza arena is supposed to be incredible and will open in the fall.
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Didn't know that about Detroit. Glad that both NHL and NBA will be playing under one roof, and back in Detroit proper. That's how it should be, IMO.
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(04-15-2017 12:19 PM)MplsBison Wrote:  Didn't know that about Detroit. Glad that both NHL and NBA will be playing under one roof, and back in Detroit proper. That's how it should be, IMO.

Yeah, it will be great. The Palace is still awesome, but it's too far north for much of Metro Detroit. Rumor has it that one of the car companies is going to buy it and it's going to be torn down. So many memories of the Bad Boys and the Wallace - Billups teams, but I understand the business behind the move.

Another rumor is that Chris Illitch is going to sell the Tigers. It's the reason the rumors of trading Verlander and Cabrera were out there this past winter.
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How is it too far north? Most of the money in Metro Detroit is in Oakland County.
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do we know where each final 4 will be?

you got to figure the new NFL stadiums in Los Angeles, Minnesota, and Atlanta will be in the mix for a final 4 or maybe a regional final.

the interesting one will be the new NFL stadium in Las Vegas. It would be ideal for a final 4, but the NCAA has rule that you can't have a NCAA championship game in Las Vegas
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(04-15-2017 01:51 PM)_C2_ Wrote:  How is it too far north? Most of the money in Metro Detroit is in Oakland County.

There is a bunch of money in Oakland County, especially around the Palace. The issue is there are growing areas southwest of there. Areas like Plymouth, Canton, Salem, Northbille, Walled Lake and many more would be closer to Little Ceasars than the Palace. Even towns like Royal Oak and Farmington Hills would be closer. There's also a resurgence in Detroit itself as there are many young couples heading into the Stadium/Greektown district.
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(04-15-2017 02:16 PM)goofus Wrote:  do we know where each final 4 will be?

you got to figure the new NFL stadiums in Los Angeles, Minnesota, and Atlanta will be in the mix for a final 4 or maybe a regional final.

the interesting one will be the new NFL stadium in Las Vegas. It would be ideal for a final 4, but the NCAA has rule that you can't have a NCAA championship game in Las Vegas

Minneapolis is hosting in 2019(which is also why the area is not listed in my projections. I've no idea if they're even bothering to bid for 2021 and 22.), Atlanta is in 2020 and I figure that Los Angeles will get it in 2023. As for Las Vegas, the NCAA DI BOD is voting this month on whether to allow Las Vegas to bid in the future.
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You are missing the state of the art stadium that's just about to open. I am sure they will have some regionals before 2020


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Indianapolis is hosting in 2021.

I could see Los Angeles getting 2022 since it will have been five years since the Final Four will have been on the West Coast. If LA does wind up with the 2024 Olympics, they'll need to clear some space in 2023 for test events. The IOC also doesn't like to have its thunder stolen.
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