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Limited tickets still available for Women’s and Men’s Final Fours

Fans advised to purchase from authorized sources

Limited tickets remain available for the 2021 NCAA Division I Women’s and Men’s Championships. The NCAA reminds fans to purchase tickets from authorized sources to reduce chances of fraudulent activities.

Fans are advised to purchase tickets directly from the following sources:

  • The official NCAA ticketing website: ncaa.com/mbbtickets or ncaa.com/wbbtickets.
  • Host colleges/universities or athletics conferences.
  • Ticket offices of schools participating in the championships.

The Alamodome capacity for the Women’s Final Four is approximately 4,800 this year because of health and safety restrictions, which is about 17% of the 28,500 seats available in the portion of the arena used for the Women’s Final Four court. The NCAA worked with Bexar County health officials to determine the attendance capacity of 17% because of COVID-19. All attendees are required to wear face coverings and socially distance during the games.

The Women’s Final Four semifinal games are tonight, with the championship final set for Sunday.

The Men’s Final Four event capacity at Lucas Oil Stadium is approximately 8,300 because of restrictions on overall attendance to ensure fan health and safety. The attendance is about 22% of the 39,000 seats available in the portion of the stadium used for the Men’s Final Four court. Marion County public health authorities set a limit of no more than 25% attendance because of COVID-19. All attendees must wear face coverings and physically distance during the event.

The Men’s Final Four semifinal games will be played Saturday, and the championship final will be Monday.

The 2021 NCAA Women’s and Men’s Final Fours are mobile ticket-only events. All fans will need a mobile ticket to enter the venues. Using a phone’s web browser, all mobile tickets can be accessed through the NCAA mobile sign-in at am.ticketmaster.com/ncaa or through the Final Four app.

Fans are subject to local government regulations, ordinances or laws, and possible prosecution, if they are caught selling tickets to or from unauthorized sources. NCAA tickets may not be offered in a commercial promotion or as a prize in an auction, fundraiser, sweepstakes or contest, unless specifically authorized in advance by the NCAA.