Big 12 Basketball

2023 March Madness: Complete schedule, dates, TV times

NABC National Championship Trophy

‘March Madness,’ better known as the 2023 NCAA Tournament, will start with the ‘First Four’ games in Dayton, Ohio, and continue to the 2023 Final Four in Houston.

The 68-team field will be revealed on Sunday, March 12. The national championship game will be played on Monday, April 3.

March Madness 2022 featured the Kansas Jayhawks winning the national championship. Can they repeat the feat? Or will another Big 12 team replace them in Houston?

 

What do you need to know to get ready? Heartland College Sports has all the details so you can prepare to plan to attend March Madness, or at the least watch it on television. We’ll continue to add to this as we get more information.

March Madness 2023 Important Dates to Know

Selection Sunday: Sunday, March 12, time TBA

First Four: March 14 and 15, UD Arena, Dayton Ohio, times TBA

First and Second Round Games

March 16 and 18

Legacy Arena, Birmingham, Ala.

Wells Fargo Arena, Des Moines, Iowa

Amway Center, Orlando, Fla.

Golden 1 Center, Sacramento, CA

March 17 and 19

MVP Arena, Albany, N.Y.

Nationwide Arena, Columbus, Ohio

Ball Arena, Denver, Colo.

Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, N.C.

Sweet 16 and Elite Eight Games

March 23 and 25

West Regional: T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, Nev.

East Regional: Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y.

March 24 and 26

Midwest Regional: T-Mobile Center, Kansas City, Mo.

South Regional: KFC Yum! Center, Louisville, Ky.

Final Four

April 1 and 2

NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas

 

Future Final Four Dates, Locations

April 6 and 8, 2024: State Farm Stadium, Phoenix Arizona

April 5 and 7, 2025: The Alamodome, San Antonio, Texas

April 4 and 6, 2026: Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Indiana

All-Time NCAA Tournament Champions

2022    Kansas

2021    Baylor

2020    Canceled due to Covid-19

2019    Virginia

2018    Villanova

2017    North Carolina

2016    Villanova

2015    Duke

2014    Connecticut   

2013    Louisville*

2012    Kentucky

2011    Connecticut

2010    Duke

2009    North Carolina

2008    Kansas

2007    Florida

2006    Florida

2005    North Carolina

2004    Connecticut

2003    Syracuse

2002    Maryland

2001    Duke

2000    Michigan State

 

1999    Connecticut

1998    Kentucky

1997    Arizona

1996    Kentucky

1995    UCLA

1994    Arkansas

1993    North Carolina

1992    Duke

1991    Duke

1990    UNLV

1989    Michigan

1988    Kansas

1987    Indiana

1986    Louisville

1985    Villanova

1984    Georgetown

1983    North Carolina State

1982    North Carolina

1981    Indiana

1980    Louisville

1979    Michigan State

1978    Kentucky

1977    Marquette

1976    Indiana

1975    UCLA

1974    North Carolina State  

1973    UCLA

1972    UCLA

1971    UCLA  

1970    UCLA

1969    UCLA

1968    UCLA

1967    UCLA

1966    UTEP

1965    UCLA

1964    UCLA

1963    Loyola (IL)

1962    Cincinnati

1961    Cincinnati

1960    Ohio State

1959    California

1958    Kentucky

1957    North Carolina

1956    San Francisco

1955    San Francisco

1954    La Salle

1953    Indiana

1952    Kansas

1951    Kentucky

1950    CCNY  

1949    Kentucky

1948    Kentucky

1947    Holy Cross 

1946    Oklahoma State

1945    Oklahoma State

1944    Utah

1943    Wyoming

1942    Stanford

1941    Wisconsin

1940    Indiana

1939    Oregon

*Louisville’s participation in the 2013 tournament was later vacated by the Committee on Infractions.

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