STORRS, Conn. – The Road to the Final Four® stops in Hartford, Connecticut March 21 & 23, 2019 at the XL Center in Hartford when the University of Connecticut will play host to first and second round men’s basketball tournament games! Two first-round doubleheader men’s basketball games will take place on Thursday, March 21 with a second-round doubleheader on Saturday, March 23.
UConn fans interested in purchasing tickets can sign up now for an exclusive presale ticket offer that will begin Wednesday, October 31 at noon and run through November 1. To sign up, register as an NCAA subscriber online at NCAA.com/MBBTickets between now and October 28. Subscribers will receive a promo code via email to use during the exclusive presale before tickets go on sale to the general public Saturday, November 2.
For fans who don’t want to wait to purchase tickets or are interested in prime seat locations, the NCAA Experience and Official NCAA All-Access Experience ticket and hospitality packages are on sale now. The NCAA Experience takes March Madness to the next level with all-session or single-session ticket options that include in-venue lounge access featuring snacks and light hors d’oevres, access to a full-bar with complimentary drink tickets and live television broadcasts of the Tournament. To upgrade your March Madness experience, please click here.
The Official NCAA All-Access Experience is an exclusive VIP opportunity to experience the “Madness” in Hartford and includes an all-session game ticket, access to the NCAA Experience (in-venue lounge access with snacks and complimentary drink tickets), behind-the-scenes tour of the arena, on-court photo opportunity, an official March Madness bench towel and bench chair as well as experienced professional staff on site as your concierge. To learn more about these once-in-a-lifetime experiences, please click here.
Premium seating is also on sale now and provides a great opportunity to entertain and host your group in style in the Coliseum Club or Executive Suites. The perfect setting for a staff outing, hosting clients or gathering your closest friends and family, learn more or reserve your spot by visiting XLCenter.com, emailing PremiumSeating@XLCenter.com or calling 860-272-9637.
The first and second round games will mark the return of the tournament to Hartford for the first time in 21 years, as UConn played host to NCAA men’s games at the XL Center in 1983, 1985, 1988, 1990 and 1998. There have been a total of 28 NCAA tournament games played in Hartford.
The UConn men’s team will not be eligible to play its first- and second-round games in Hartford if they are selected to the 2019 field. Teams are not allowed to play at sites where their institution is serving as a host.
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