2017 College Football Championship Suite Information
The 2017 College Football National Championship game will be held at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay, Florida on January 9th, 2017. The winners of the semi-final contests (Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl and Fiesta Bowl) will square off for the title. Suites for the Championship game are very limited due to sponsor allocation and extremely high demand. There are 195 suites in Raymond James stadium, so depending on location and size of the suite pricing will vary. The best locations typically are reserved first, so if location is important, booking early is important.
About The College Football National Championship Game
The College Football National Championship Game is the final game in the College Football Playoff and determines the winner of the NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision. (FBS) The College Football Playoff is a bracket tournament where the top four college football teams in the country, as selected by a committee, compete for the championship title.
The top two teams that emerge from the semi-final bowls compete at a venue that is determined through bids by prospective host cities. Stadiums in bidding cities must have a capacity of at least 65,000 and cannot host a semi-final game and the National Championship in the same year
Teams compete for the College Football Playoff National Championship Trophy, which is sponsored by Dr Pepper. The College Football Playoff and College Football National Championship Game replaced the Bowl Championship Series and the BCS National Championship Game in 2015. The Inaugural game was held at AT&T Stadium in 2015 and was won by Ohio State.
College Football National Championship Suites
College Football National Championship suites will be available through SuiteHop once the hosting venue is decided. Suites for the College Football National Championship Game will vary in price based on size and location of the luxury box. College Football National Championship suite tickets may be hard to obtain individually and are often comparably priced to seats in the club sections. In addition to climate-controlled comfort, multiple seating options, and great views of the action, many fans choose College Football National Championship suites to gain access to VIP parking passes, premium catering, in-suite concierge service, and a host of other amenities.