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For the 12th time in Big 12 history, the Conference will host action in the NCAA® Men's Basketball Championship. The league has hosted every round of the event in its history, most recently doing so with the 2016 First/Second Rounds in Oklahoma City and 2014 Final Four® in North Texas. The Big 12 will handle hosting duties for the second year of a three-year span when the 2017 NCAA Midwest Regional comes to Sprint Center in Kansas City. Having hosted more than 750 events and over seven million guests since opening in 2007, Sprint Center continues to exceed financial and attendance projections. In 2014, the venue was named one of the top venues in the world according to Pollstar Magazine.
Sprint Center is the home of the Phillips 66 Big 12 Men's Basketball Championship through 2020, an event that is annually played before sellout crowds. The arena has also hosted NCAA preliminary rounds in both 2009 and 2013 and has been paid visits by some of the largest names in entertainment, including Billy Joel, Bruce Springsteen, Garth Brooks, Jason Aldean, Taylor Swift, Madonna and Paul McCartney.
2017 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship Midwest Regional Ticket Information
Be there to Share The Experience™ with your family and friends at the 2017 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship Midwest Regional, March 23 & 25, 2017, at Sprint Center, hosted by the Big 12 Conference.
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Big 12 Conference and the NCAA Basketball Championships
The Big 12 Conference has hosted NCAA Basketball competition on an almost annual basis in recent years. Each year in 2016, 2017 and 2018, the Conference will host both the men's and women's basketball championships in various venues in the conference footprint. In addition to the men's championship games this season, the NCAA Women's Basketball Final Four will be hosted by the Big 12 at the American Airlines Center in Dallas.
NCAA Men's Basketball Championship Release – 2016, 2017, 2018
NCAA Women's Basketball Championship Release – 2016, 2017, 2018
Big 12 Conference NCAA Men's Basketball Championship Hosting (Since 1997)
|2018 First/Second Rounds||American Airlines Center||Dallas, Texas|
|2017 Regionals||Sprint Center||Kansas City, Mo.|
|2016 First/Second Rounds||Chesapeake Energy Arena||Oklahoma City, Okla.|
|2014 Final Four||AT&T Stadium||Arlington, Texas|
|2013 Regionals||AT&T Stadium||Arlington, Texas|
|2010 First/Second Rounds||Ford Center||Oklahoma City, Okla.|
|2009 First/Second Rounds||Sprint Center||Kansas City, Mo.|
|2006 First/Second Rounds||American Airlines Center||Dallas, Texas|
|2005 First/Second Rounds||Ford Center||Oklahoma City, Okla.|
|2004 First/Second Rounds||Kemper Arena||Kansas City, Mo.|
|2003 First/Second Rounds||Ford Center||Oklahoma City, Okla.|
|2002 First/Second Rounds||American Airlines Center||Dallas, Texas|
|2001 First/Second Rounds||Kemper Arena||Kansas City, Mo.|
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