NCAA Final Four Lower Level Experience
The Final Four met for the first time in 1939. With a turnout of 6,000 for the two nights of the Western playoffs and a combined attendance of only 3,500 for the East, the organizers fielded a net loss of $2,531.00. Since the coaches did not have that much money in the treasury, they requested that the NCAA underwrite the deficit and assume responsibility for future tournaments. Ever since, the NCAA Final Four has proved the pinnacle event of college basketball, drawing millions of viewers each year. PLEASE NOTE: The terms NCAA, Final Four, March Madness and The Final Four Tournament, as well as all associated graphics and/or logos, are registered trademarks of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and are used herein for factual description purposes only. We are in no way associated with or authorized by the National Collegiate Athletic Association to sell NCAA Final Four Tournament Tickets and neither the National Collegiate Athletic Association nor their affiliates have licensed or endorsed us to sell NCAA Final Four Tournament Tickets or any goods and/or services in conjunction with any NCAA events.