NJCAA Division I Men's Basketball All-Session Tickets Available
Monday, January 03, 2022
All-session game tickets for the 75th annual NJCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship tournament are available now, as announced by the NJCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament committee. The tournament will be held March 14-19, 2022, in the historic Hutchinson Sports Arena in Hutchinson, KS, as 24 teams play for a national title. This marks the 74th consecutive tournament in "Hutch", with the first and only NJCAA Men's Basketball Championship tournament held in 1948 in Springfield, Missouri.
All-session tickets for the 2022 tournament are now available for purchase. Tickets can be purchased online by visiting njcaa.org/tickets and will be available to download on a mobile device or print-at-home immediately after purchase. Touchless ticketing and digital scanning of tickets will allow for a quick and effective entry experience when attending the tournament.
"We are eager to have the arena full of fans and teams again for the NJCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament in Hutch," stated Ron Chadwick, Tournament Chairman. "With it being the 75th anniversary year, this tournament will be a special experience for all."
Following this presale period for all-session tickets, individual session tickets will be made available to the public for purchase starting February 2022. Participating teams will be provided an opportunity to purchase individual session tickets once their teams qualify. All-session ticket prices remain $65 for each ticket before taxes and parking will be sold separately from the online ticketing system.
The single-elimination seeded bracket is composed of 16 district champions and eight at-large selections. The top-eight seeds receive first-round byes in the tournament. The 2020-21 NJCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship tournament had limited capacity restrictions due to COVID-19, however this year the arena is currently planned to be open with full capacity.
"After a year of adjustments and firsts, the NJCAA is looking forward to returning to Hutch in March," stated Brian Luckett, NJCAA Vice President for External Affairs and Development. "For 75 years now, thanks in large part to the community's support, we have been able to commemorate the achievements of student-athletes in an environment rich in history and growth. We look forward to building on that this year."
For all national championship updates, visit: NJCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship