All competition bids have a deadline of February 3, 2020, with sites to be awarded in October 2020.
The bid portal for destinations interested in hosting an NCAA championship for the 2022–2023 through 2025–2026 academic years is open, with more than 500 preliminary round and final host sites sought for 90 championship events. A representative from the NCAA will offer a session at the TEAMS Conference & Expo on November 13 in Anaheim, California, to update cities on the bid process. For this cycle, the events excluded for consideration are the Division I Men’s Final Four and championships for Division I baseball, Division I softball, Division I football and Division III women’s ice hockey. The bid process will, however, include preliminary basketball selections.
Interested bidders can access the NCAA’s bid portal here.