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College Football Playoff Tickets and Schedule

College Football Playoff Tickets

The College Football Playoff (CFP), which began in 2014, will be played each bowl season to determine the national champion in FBS Division I college football. The CFP replaces the BCS format that had determined college football's national champion since 1998. The CFP includes two semifinal games leading to a national championship game.

The four teams in the CFP will be voted on by the selection committee at the end of the season, using strength of schedule, head-to-head wins and record as the criteria. The CFP selection committee consists of 13 members and will rank the top 25 teams in the country six times, with the sixth and final vote determining the four teams and their seeds in the CFP. The winners of the semifinal games will advance to play each other in the College Football Championship Game.

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

2018 College Football Playoff Preview

The 2018-19 College Football Playoff's four teams will be announced on December 2, 2018. The two semifinal games will be played at the Orange Bowl and Cotton Bowl, with both taking place on December 29. Last season's CFP saw Georgia defeat Oklahoma 54-48 in overtime at the Rose Bowl and Alabama defeat Clemson 24-6 at the Sugar Bowl.

College Football Playoff Venues

Orange Bowl

Hard Rock Stadium is located in Miami Gardens, Florida, and is the home of the NFL's Miami Dolphins. Opened in 1987, it has seen many name changes in its three decades. The stadium has hosted multiple Super Bowls and BCS National Championship Games, as well as WrestleMania. It also underwent a renovation in time for the 2016 season, which reduced capacity to just under 65,000.

Cotton Bowl

AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, is the home to the Cotton Bowl. The game was played at Cotton Bowl Stadium from its inception in 1937 until 2010. Opened in 2009, AT&T Stadium is home to the NFL's Dallas Cowboys and one of the newer stadiums across the country. Its capacity is 80,000 but can be expanded to 105,000 for special events. There are four main seating levels inside the stadium: 100 level, 200 level, 300 level and 400 level. In addition, there are club seats and over 200 suites.

Last updated: Sep 26 2018