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The NCAA Women's Final Four is an annual basketball championship where basketball teams from different colleges compete against each other. After various rounds of initial elimination the winners of the various regions are eligible to play in the Final Four. The final four is generally played on a Sunday and the two finalist play for the championship on the following Tuesday.
The NCAA Women's Final Four has a certain format to decide which team will play in the championship. There are 64 teams all together that qualify for this tournament which is held around the months of March and April. The teams that won the conference tournaments of their regions are eligible and earn the automatic bids. Thirty of the teams are able to do so. The Ivy League does not allow a post season tournament. This means it must be played during the regular season. The remaining teams are given the ‘at large' bids granted by the NCAA committee.
The tournament is divided in to four regions. Each region has to seed or rank teams based on a scale of 1-16. The committee then tries it best to make all the regions comparable to each other. The best in its region plays the 16th team in the rank of another, the next plays the 15th and so forth. There are several other NCAA Women's Final Four packages and side attractions available to make the game more fun and comfortable for the fans that come from other states.