Indy's Lucas Oil Stadium Among 4 Future CFP Championship Sites

Jonathan Hernandez
November 2, 2017

The College Football Playoff national championship game will be held in Miami Gardens, Florida, Indianapolis, Inglewood, California and Houston from 2021 through 2024. Los Angeles' bid was led by the Los Angeles Sports & Entertainment Commission (LASEC).

"Each of the four cities chosen met or exceeded our standards for selection".

The CFP committee on Wednesday announced the sites for the 2021-24 title games, which range from coast to coast but will all be hosting the year-end showcase for the first time.

This marks the 21 time South Florida has hosted a game that decides the national champion, but the first under the current playoff format, which started in 2015.

"Between the community events, fan experiences, and the game itself, the College Football Playoff National Championship will bring more than 100,000 visitors to Indy in 2022", said Leonard Hoops, president and CEO of Visit Indy.

Indianapolis is no stranger to hosting marquee events. "We are thankful that the College Football Playoff valued everything that the area has to offer and awarded us this prestigious event". The city will be home to a four-day period of activities, including a fan fest inside the Indiana Convention Center, a music festival and a themed food event. "Of course, South Florida is a great destination, and the people from the Orange Bowl Committee have always been cordial and welcoming hosts".

The biggest games in college football is coming to Indianapolis.

"We just kept asking ourselves, 'Why not go north?'" Hancock says.

This year's College Football Playoff national title game is in Atlanta. Officials anticipate over 72,000 fans will attend the game at NRG Stadium, which will be held January 8, 2024.

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