New Los Angeles Stadium to host 2023 CFP National Championship game

New Los Angeles Stadium to host 2023 CFP National Championship game

New Los Angeles Stadium to host 2023 CFP National Championship game

The NCAA announced today that Indianapolis is one of four cities selected to host the College Football Playoff Championship for 2021-2024.

"We expect it to generate over 150 million dollars in economic impact".

"I am very excited for the city of Indianapolis", Jeff Harrison, president and CEO of Citizens Energy, told the Recorder after the announcement at Lucas Oil Stadium.

Bring on another major sporting event to the Bayou City! The other cities are Miami (2021), Los Angeles (2023) and Houston (2024). "While this was truly a collaborative effort of many entities, we felt that it was important for the Orange Bowl Committee to take the lead on putting this bid together as the organization that hosted the region's previous 20 national championships".

Houston, we have another major sporting event! He said hosting the game will also provide opportunities to the estimated 78,000 residents who work in the local hospitality industry.

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Fans of top programs around the country can start adding to their future plans with the college football national championship game locations announced through 2024.

Hancock said each of the cities named Wednesday offers "a first-class stadium (and) a great convention center and excellent hotels and tremendous community support, the people power". Last season, then-Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson led the Tigers to the championship game against No. 2 Alabama Crimson Tide.

This year's College Football Playoff national title game is in Atlanta.

Under the new playoff system in college football, two semifinal games (tentatively scheduled to be the Rose Bowl and Sugar Bowl that season) will be played around New Year's Day - with the winners meeting inside Hard Rock Stadium the following week.

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