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The NCAA Men's First Four are the start of the Men's NCAA Basketball Tournament. The Men's First Four matches the eight lowest ranked teams from the NCAA Tournament. These eight teams are divided and play each other in four different games on the Tuesday and Wednesday before the start of the NCAA First and Second Rounds. The four winning teams then take their place in the 64 team bracket and enter the NCAA Tournament in the First Round with little break before the next game. Typically the winners of the Tuesday games will go on to play their next game Thursday, while Wednesday winners begin their First Round play on Friday. The Men's First Four does have a history where in most cases at least one the team winners win in the round of 64. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for NCAA Men's First Four basketball tickets.

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Men's First Four at Dayton Arena

Address: 1801 S Edwin C Moses Blvd, Dayton, OH 45417

The University of Dayton Arena in Dayton, OH, is the site of the Men's First Four since the start of the event in 2011. When filled to capacity, UD Arena holds more than 13,000 screaming fans. A state-of-the-art seating system allows the arena to host both the NCAA Opening Round game and the Dayton Flyers with updated amenities and HD viewing for fans throughout the venue.

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Men's First Four Event Guide

Where is the best place to park at Univeristy of Dayton Arena during the 2017 Men's First Four?

Parking passes may be acquired prior to access to the A, B, C & D lots. There is also first-come-first-serve parking at the Dayton Marriott auxiliary parking lot (1414 S Patterson Blvd); parking can be purchased for each car and a shuttle service is provided to transportation to the arena.

What time do the gates open at UD Arena for the Men's First Four?

Doors open at Dayton Arena 60 minutes before tipoff.

How can I buy cheap NCAA Men's First Four tickets?

TicketCity offers a large selection of Men's First Four tickets which includes some of the lowest priced seats on the market. Men's First Four ticket prices fluctuate based on demand for the games. Bigger matchups typically push demand higher & ticket prices. The opposite can happen if the First Four matchups are less intriguing.