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2017-18 NCAA Tournament Dates And Sites And Recent Hosting History

There's a nice mix of old and new places in the list of NCAA Tournament sites for 2016, 2017, and 2018. At the end of this page, you'll find a rundown of which cities have hosted in recent years, so you'll have an idea of which venues could be selected for 2019 and beyond.

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2017 First Four

Tuesday, March 14 and Wednesday, March 15
Dayton, Ohio
University of Dayton Arena
Dayton Flyers, host

2017 First And Second Rounds

Thursday, March 16 and Saturday, March 18
Buffalo, N.Y.
KeyBankCenter
Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference, host

Milwaukee, Wis.
BMO Harris Bradley Center
Marquette Golden Eagles, host

Orlando, Fla.
Amway Center
UCF Knights and Stetson Hatters, hosts

Salt Lake City, Utah
EnergySolutions Arena
Utah Utes, host

Friday, March 17 and Sunday, March 19
Greenville, S.C.
Bon Secours Wellness Arena
Furman Paladins and Southern Conference, co-hosts

Indianapolis, Ind.
Bankers Life Fieldhouse
IUPUI Jaguars and Horizon League, hosts

Sacramento, Calif.
Golden 1 Center
Sacramento State Hornets, host

Tulsa, Okla.
BOK Center
Tulsa Golden Hurricane, host

2017 Regionals

Thursday, March 23 and Saturday, March 25
Midwest
Kansas City, Mo.
Sprint Center
Big 12 Conference, host

West
San Jose, Calif.
SAP Center
Pac-12 Conference, host

Friday, March 24 and Sunday, March 26
South
Memphis, Tenn.
FedEx Forum
Memphis Tigers, host

East
New York, N.Y.
Madison Square Garden
St. John's Red Storm and Big East Conference, hosts

2017 Final Four

Saturday, April 1 and Monday, April 3
Glendale, Ariz.
University of Phoenix Stadium
Arizona State Sun Devils, host

2018 First Four

Tuesday, March 13 and Wednesday, March 14
Dayton, Ohio
University of Dayton Arena
Dayton Flyers, host

2018 First And Second Rounds

Thursday, March 15 and Saturday, March 17
Boise, Idaho
Taco Bell Arena
Boise State Broncos, host

Dallas, Texas
American Airlines Center
Big 12 Conference, host

Pittsburgh, Pa.
Consol Energy Center
Duquesne Dukes, host

Wichita, Kan.
Intrust Bank Arena
Wichita State Shockers and Missouri Valley Conference, host

Friday, March 16 and Sunday, March 18
Charlotte, N.C.
Time Warner Cable Arena
Charlotte 49ers, host

Detroit, Mich.
Little Caesars Arena
Detroit Titans, host

Nashville, Tenn.
Bridgestone Arena
Ohio Valley Conference, host

San Diego, Calif.
Viejas Arena
San Diego State Aztecs, host

2018 Regionals

Thursday, March 22 and Saturday, March 24
South
Atlanta, Ga,
Philips Arena
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, host

West
Los Angeles, Calif.
Staples Center
Pepperdine Waves, host

Friday, March 24 and Sunday, March 26
East
Boston, Mass.
TD Garden
Boston College Eagles, host

Midwest
Omaha, Neb.
CenturyLink Center
Creighton Bluejays, host

2018 Final Four

Saturday, March 31 and Monday, April 2
San Antonio, Texas
Alamodome
UT San Antonio Roadrunners, host

Recent Hosting History

EAST Site First Weekend Regional Final Four Notes
Boston 2003 2018
2012
2009
Charlotte 2018
2015
2011
2005
2008 Arena change in 2008.
Pittsburgh 2018
2015
2012
2002
Arena change in 2012.
Buffalo 2017
2014
2010
2007
2004
2000
New York 2017
2014
Brooklyn 2016
Philadelphia 2013
2009
2006
2016
2001
Providence 2016
2010
Raleigh 2016
2014
2008
2004
Syracuse 2015
2010
2005
2002
2000
Washington, DC 2011
2008
2002
2013
2006
Greensboro 2012
2009
2006
2001
Newark 2011
East Rutherford 2007
2004
Appears to be out of the rotation.
Winston-Salem 2007
2000
Worcester 2005
Albany 2003
Uniondale 2001 Building to be demolished.
MIDWEST Site First Weekend Regional Final Four Notes
Dayton 2013
2009
2006
2001
Opening Round host since 2001.
Minneapolis 2009
2000
2006
2003
2019
2001
New stadium in 2019.
Detroit 2018 2008 2009 New arena in 2018. Ford Field hosted in 2008 and 2009.
Omaha 2018
2015
2012
2008
Wichita 2018

Indianapolis 2017
2005
2003
2014
2013
2009
2021
2015
2010
2006
2000
Stadium change in 2009.
2017 First Weekend games at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
Kansas City 2013
2009
2004
2001
2017 Arena change in 2009.
Milwaukee 2017
2014
2010
2004
Chicago 2011
2007
2002
2016
Des Moines 2016
St. Louis 2016
2014
2002
2012
2010
2007
2004
2005 2016 and 2014 at Scottrade Center, all others at Edward Jones Dome
Cleveland 2011
2005
2000
2015
Arena change in 2011.
Columbus 2015
2012
2007
2004
Auburn Hills 2013
2006
2000
Rosemont 2005
Madison 2002
SOUTH Site First Weekend Regional Final Four Notes
Atlanta 2018
2012
2006
2004
2001
2020
2013
2007
2002
2018 Regional only at Philips Arena. 2020 Final Four at new stadium.
Dallas 2018
2006
2002
Nashville 2018
2012
2005
2003
2000
San Antonio 2014
2011
2007
2003
2001
2018
2008
2004
2014 at AT&T Center. All others at Alamodome. Hosted the 2001 Midwest Regional and 2011 Southwest Regional.
Memphis 2001 2017
2014
2009
Arena change in 2009.
Greenville 2017
2002

Orlando 2017
2014
2004
Arena change in 2014.
Tulsa 2017
2011
Houston 2015
2010
2008
2016
2011
Louisville 2015
2012
2016
Oklahoma City 2016
2010
2005
2003
Jacksonville 2015
2010
2006
Arlington 2013 2014
Austin 2013 2005
2000
Lexington 2013
2007
2002
New Orleans 2010
2007
2001
2011 2012
2003
First Weekends and 2011 Southeast Regional played at New Orleans Arena. Final Fours played at Superdome.
Tampa 2011
2008
2003
Miami 2009
Birmingham 2008
2003
2000
North Little Rock 2008
WEST Site First Weekend Regional Final Four Notes
Boise 2018
2009
2005
2001
Los Angeles 2018
2015
2013
San Diego

2018
2014
2006
2001

Glendale 2009 2017
Sacramento 2017
2007
2002
New arena in 2017.
Salt Lake City 2017
2013
2006
2003
2000
2010 Arena change in 2010.
San Jose 2013
2010
2017
2007
2002
Anaheim 2008 2016
2014
2011
2003
2001
Denver 2016
2011
2008
2004
Spokane 2016
2014
2010
2007
2003
Portland 2015
2012
2009
Seattle 2015
2004

Albuquerque 2012
2002
2005
2000
Phoenix 2012
2008
2004
Tucson 2011
2005
2000
Oakland 2006

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