The NCAA FCS Football Championship games have seen average ticket prices stay relatively consistent and has seen slight fluctuation over the last two events for the annual game. Between 2013 and 2015 the Division 1 FCS Football Championship saw little changes for ticket averages staying within the $140 range over all three games. In 2016, the championship had its largest increase in the average ticket prices with a 36% rose from $148 to $201. The upcoming 2017 FCS Football Championship has seen a 16% decrease from the previous year, lowering to an average ticket price of $169.
(Data updated 12/29/2016)
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2018 NCAA FCS Football Championship Game Preview
The 2017 NCAA Division 1 Football Championship game features James Madison Dukes vs. Youngstown State Penguins. The FCS Football Championship takes place on January 7, 2017, at the Toyota Center in Frisco, TX. Both James Madison and Youngstown State won important semifinal games to get to the championship. Youngtown State beat Eastern Washington, 40-38, while James Madison won 27-17 against North Dakota State. The Penguins are looking for their 5th FCS Championship, which would tie them with North Dakota State for second place in all-time championship titles in the NCAA FCS.
NCAA FCS Football Championship Game at Toyota Stadium Address: 9200 World Cup Way, Suite 202 Frisco, TX 75034
The Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas will add a high profile game to its resume next year as the 2017 NCAA FCS Football season comes to an end. Toyota Stadium has been the home of FC Dallas soccer since 2005. The stadium has changed its names multiple times and was previously known as Pizza Hut Park, and FC Dallas Stadium. Toyota Stadium hosted the 2005 MLS Cup final between the LA Galaxy and the New England Revolution. The capacity of Toyota Stadium is just over 20,000.
NCAA FCS Football Championship Game Event Guide
Where is the 2017 NCAA FCS Football Championship Game being played?
The 2017 NCAA FCS Football Championship Game will be played at the Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas. The game will be on Saturday, January 7, 2017. The Toyota Stadium has been selected to host the NCAA Division 1 Football championship game since 2013 and will maintain the annual event in Frisco indefinitely until 2019.
What time is kickoff for the 2017 NCAA FCS Football Playoff Championship Game?
The kickoff time for the NCAA FCS Football Championship Game will be at 11:00 AM (CT).
Where is the best place to park at Toyota stadium?
Toyota Stadium has a few great parking options. On the east side of the stadium there are the two large blue lots which are just south of Technology Drive at the intersection of Frisco Street. To the west of Toyota Drive you will find the Red Parking lots which range from just north of Technology Drive at the Dallas North Tollway, and extend south towards Main Street. Closer in to the stadium on the East Side of World Cup Way are the Platinum and Gold Parking Lots which generally require a reserved parking pass. All parking lots at Toyota Stadium open 2 ½ hours before gametime.