Facebook Twitter Google Plus 1-800-880-8886

College Football Playoff Tickets

TicketCity > College Football Playoff Tickets

Performer Info

Back to Top

College Football Playoff Ticket Information

Back to Top

The College Football Playoff (CFP) will be played each bowl season to determine the National Champion in FBS Division I college football. The format will include two semifinal games played at the location of current bowl games, followed by a national championship game. The four teams selected will be the top 4 teams in the country. They are seeded and then meet in the semifinal games, with the winners advancing to play each other in the College Football Playoff championship game. This new CFP starts following the 2014 season and will crown the true national championship of college football.

The College Football Playoff is an evolution from the BCS playoff, which crowns a champion in the BCS National Championship Game. The location of the championship game will move around to different CFP host cities, but the national semifinals will rotate among the “New Year’s Six”: Sugar Bowl, Rose Bowl, Orange Bowl, Cotton Bowl, Fiesta Bowl and Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl. The four teams to play in the College Football Playoff will be selected by a CFP committee.

2015 College Football Playoff preview

The 2015 College Football Playoff championship game will be played on January 12, 2015 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington. Kickoff time has not yet been set. It will be televised by ESPN. The inaugural College Football Playoff will begin following the 2014 season. The two CFP semifinal games are being played at the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans, Louisiana and the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California. The College Football Playoff national championship game will be played at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas (just outside Dallas).

The 2014 BCS Championship Game is being played on January 6, 2014 at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. This game will be the sixteenth and final BCS Championship Game, after the series started in 1998.

College Football Playoff Semifinals

College Football Playoff Championship Game at AT&T Stadium

College Football Playoff Video

College Football Playoff Event Guide

What teams will play in the College Football Playoff?

The CFP selection committee will choose the four teams to play in the College Football Playoff. They will seed the teams to determine which teams face each other in the semifinal games. The teams selected would presumably be the top four teams in college football. There is no restriction on how many teams could be selected per conference, or which conferences the teams must come from, so it will be a true playoff.

Where is the “New Year’s Six”?

The “New Year’s Six” is the name for the six bowl games that will rotate the semifinal games for the College Football Playoff. They include the Rose Bowl, Sugar Bowl, Orange Bowl, Cotton Bowl, Fiesta Bowl and Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl. The College Football Playoff committee will select the pairings for all of the games. The name comes from their scheduling, which will likely be three games on New Year’s Eve Day and three games on New Year’s Day. This strategy should insure that all six games contain the best possible matchups.

Who is on the College Football Playoff selection committee?

The current members of the CFP selection committee include Archie Manning, Barry Alvarez, Condoleezza Rice, Dan Radakovich, Jeff Long, Lt Gen Michael Gould, Mike Tranghese, Oliver Luck, Pat Haden, Steve Wieberg, Tom Jernstedt, Tom Osborne, and Tyrone Willingham. Bill Hancock is the Executive Director of the College Football Playoff, but not a member of the selection committee.

Who is on the College Football Playoff selection committee?

The current members of the CFP selection committee include Archie Manning, Barry Alvarez, Condoleezza Rice, Dan Radakovich, Jeff Long, Lt Gen Michael Gould, Mike Tranghese, Oliver Luck, Pat Haden, Steve Wieberg, Tom Jernstedt, Tom Osborne, and Tyrone Willingham. Bill Hancock is the Executive Director of the College Football Playoff, but not a member of the selection committee.

What is the schedule for the 2015 College Football Playoff?

The semifinal games will be played on New Year’s Day in 2015, one in Pasadena at the Rose Bowl and the other in New Orleans at the Sugar Bowl. The College Football Championship Game will be held on January 12 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX.

Filter results

reset
All Games
Home
Away
Dates:
Event Type:
All
Opponent:
All
Location:
All
Venue:
All
Free Shipping
All Tickets. All The Time.
*

Latest Info

 
TicketCity offers a marketplace to access tickets through our network of suppliers. Tickets are owned, priced, fulfilled and shipped by the party listing the ticket. All orders have to be confirmed. Ticket prices may be more than face value and all sales are final. Use of this website constitutes acceptance of our Terms & Conditions.
7/26/2014 2:21:43 AM on TCWEB2