College Football Championship Tickets
College Football Championship Ticket Information
Implemented in 2014, the College Football Playoff replaced the former BCS format, and allows the year's top four teams, as decided by a selection committee, the chance to advance and play for the College Football Championship. For the inaugural year of the contest in Jan. 2015, the sprawling AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, was selected as the host site. The two winning teams from each year's College Football Playoff semifinals contests will advance to the national championship game, which takes place just over a week later at a predetermined site. Check out the Vivid Seats online marketplace to find College Football Championship 2015 tickets for this premier sporting event, or give us a call at 866.848.8499 for personalized customer support. We also can be reached via the Live Chat link accessible at the top right of the page.
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Future College Football Championship Host Sites:
2016: University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Ariz.
2017: Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Fla.
College Football Championship News
Oregon to Face Ohio State in First-Ever College Football Championship
After two high-scoring semifinal games in New Year’s Day College Football Playoff action, the championship game at last had its inaugural participants for the Jan. 12 showdown at AT&T Stadium in Arlington. Shop Vivid Seats for College Football Championship tickets to experience the highly anticipated event live. In the first semifinal contest of the day, the No. 2 Oregon Ducks easily handled the third-seeded, defending national champion Florida State Seminoles, 59-20, en route to claiming their ninth straight win. Oregon last competed for a national title in 2011 but came up just short against Auburn, though this year is already guaranteed to be won by a non-SEC team.
The Ducks’ challenger in the 2015 College Football Championship will be the fourth-seeded Ohio State Buckeyes, who held off No. 1 Alabama, 42-35, to secure the final slot. The Crimson Tide’s loss only further added to the SEC’s national championship struggles following a dominant reign in the late 2000s. League teams had prevailed in seven straight seasons prior to Florida State’s win last year, and with Alabama failing to advance; the title game will now be without an SEC team for the first time since 2005. The Buckeyes, meanwhile, last competed for a national championship in 2008, but have not won in the game since 2002.