Future March Madness host cities for 2024-25

Feb 1, 2024; Los Angeles, California, USA; Oregon Ducks guard Jackson Shelstad (3) passes the ball.
Feb 1, 2024; Los Angeles, California, USA; Oregon Ducks guard Jackson Shelstad (3) passes the ball. / Kiyoshi Mio-USA TODAY Sports

This year, the victor of March Madness will be crowned in Glendale, Arizona. While the preliminary rounds will be held across the country, all eyes will be set on Glendale for the remainder of the 2024 season.

In years to come, players and coaches will hope for and focus on earning a ticket to March Madness. They'll hope to at least make it to the First Four and eventually make a run to the championship.

So where will their hopes and dreams possibly come true? Here are future locations for the NCAA Tournament at the end of the 2024-24 season.

First Four – March 18-19

  • UD Arena, Dayton, OH

First and Second Rounds – March 20-23

  • Rocket Mortgage Field House, Cleveland, OH
  • Ball Arena, Denver, CO
  • Fiserv Forum, Milwaukee, WI
  • Amica Mutual Pavilion, Providence, RI
  • PNC Arena, Raleigh, NC
  • Rupp Arena, Lexington, KY
  • Climate Pledge Arena, Seattle, WA
  • Intrust Bank Arena, Wichita, KS

South Regional – March 28-30

  • State Farm Arena, Atlanta, GA

Midwest Regional – March 28-30

  • Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, IN

East Regional – March 27-29

  • Prudential Center, Newark, NJ

West Regional – March 27-29

  • Chase Center, San Francisco, CA

Final Four – April 5 & 7

  • Alamodome, San Antonio, TX

Oregon Ducks' history in the tournament

The Oregon Ducks have had some wildly surprising runs and some utterly disappointing ends in the NCAA Tournament. Here is how the Ducks' postseasons have unfolded over the past 10 years:





NIT Tournament



NIT Tournament



Sweet Sixteen

68-82 L to USC





Sweet Sixteen

49-53 L to Virginia


NIT Tournament



Final Four

73-75 L to UNC


Elite Eight

68-80 L to Oklahoma


Third Round

65-72 L to Wisconsin


Third Round

77-85 L to Wisconsin

* – The 2019-20 season was suspended due to COVID-19

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