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CFP National Semifinals
December 29, 2018
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College Football Playoff National Championship
College Football Playoff Tickets
The College Football Playoff is an annual tournament that determines the national champion of the NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) Division I, the most elite level of college football in the United States. Every game counts in the College Football Playoff, which means teams pull out all the stops while fans buckle up for unequaled excitement. The 2014 season saw the first-ever College Football Playoff, and the event already has become a highly anticipated tradition for college football fanatics across the country. Nothing turns up the intensity like seats in the stands, and nobody gets fans in like Ticketmaster. With Ticketmaster Verified Tickets, fans know they’re good before they get to the gate. Plus, with Fan-to-Fan Resale in the mix, fans looking to score seats have more options than ever before. The 2019 Playoff brings out the best in players – and fans. Game on.
College Football Playoff National Semifinals
Four teams enter the national semifinals with the goal of making it to the national championship and taking home the coveted College Football Playoff National Championship Trophy. Six bowls take turns hosting the semifinals each year, and they always occur either on New Year’s Day or in the days leading up to it — earning them the nickname “New Year’s Six.” This year, the Orange Bowl (Jan. 1) and the Cotton Bowl Classic (Dec. 29) will determine who will face off in the 2019 College Football Playoff National Championship. The other four games of the New Year’s Six will be played at the PlayStation Fiesta Bowl (Dec. 29), Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl (Dec. 29), Rose Bowl Game presented by Northwestern Mutual (Jan. 1), and Allstate Sugar Bowl (Jan. 1).
2019 College Football Playoff National Championship
Once the dust settles from the semifinal showdowns, it's all about the College Football Playoff National Championship on January 7, 2019 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, CA. The two semifinal winners move on to the national championship game, which is held in a different city each year (and always on a Monday). In last year's 2018 College Football Playoff National Championship, the Alabama Crimson Tide continued their recent stretch of dominance by beating the Georgia Bulldogs — their Southeastern Conference rival — 26-23. The Tide now have won five of the last nine national championships and have been part of the College Football Playoff in every year of its existence. Future sites for the national title game include the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans in 2020, Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens in 2021, and Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis in 2022. Fans flock to the championship to catch the action and give their team the edge they need to win, and few games can match the energy and excitement. It's a true must-see for fans of college football.