Where Are the Final Four Games Being Played? (Stadium, Home Teams & Ticket Prices)
March Madness regional action is over. Teams have already been playing away from home for a while, but now we the winners of each of the four regions will come together to square off at a neutral central site.
Here's everything you need to know about the stadium, home team and tickets for the Final Four.
Where is the Final Four 2023?
Both the Miami vs. UConn and Florida Atlantic vs. San Diego State Final Four games will be played at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas.
NRG Stadium (formerly Reliant Stadium) is home to the NFL's Houston Texans, has a seating capacity of 72,220 and offers an expansive, state-of-the-art facility for basketball events.
NRG Stadium is no stranger to hosting high-profile sporting events, having hosted the Super Bowl twice, in 2004 and 2017. It has also played host to plenty of College Football action, such as the NCAA Men's Basketball South Regional in 2008 and the NCAA Men's Basketball West Regional in 2015.
One of the key features of NRG Stadium is its incredible 52-foot-by-277-foot scoreboard, which will be on full display for fans in attendance on Saturday.
Final Four betting content from The Duel:
- Connecticut vs. Miami Betting Preview
- Florida Atlantic vs. San Diego State Betting Preview
- UConn vs. Miami Prop Bet Picks
- FAU vs. SDSU Prop Bet Picks
Final Four Home Teams 2023
While nobody is truly playing at home, the officially designated home teams for tonight's games will be the higher seed in each matchup. This usually gives us a No. 1 or No. 2 seed serving as the home teams, but in this year's wild action that has left us with No. 5 San Diego State serving as the home team against No. 9 FAU and No. 4 UConn "hosting" No. 5 Miami.
Final Four Ticket Prices 2023
Tickets to today's Final Four games are quite reasonably priced compared to what you'll usually find for a marquee sporting event.
For the FAU-SDSU early game, fans can get in the door with nosebleed seats for as low as $57 (per SeatGeek), and getting into the 100-level starts at $143. The Miami-UConn game is a little more expensive, with the cheapest seats in the arena sitting at $145, while there are far fewer 100-level seats available, and you won't find any for less than $383.