2014 Final Four College Basketball Tournament
April 5 - 7, 2014 - Arlington, TX
Tickets - Packages - Hotel Rooms
The 2014 Final Four Basketball Tournament heads to Arlington, Texas. Travel options include Final Four Tickets
at Cowboys Stadium, Final Four 2014 Ticket and Travel Packages including Final Four
Tickets, hotel accommodations in Arlington & Dallas, Bracket Town passes, or Final Four Hotel Rooms. Book your Final Four 2014 Trip today with Sports Traveler!
|Final Four Travel Packages|
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Tour packages include Final Four game tickets, hotel accommodations in the Arlington area, hospitality options, and much more!
|Final Four Hotel Rooms|
Hotel accommodations are available for purchase throughout the Arlington area. Downtown and suburban locations are ready to reserve now. Inventory changes daily.
|Final Four Tickets|
Individual game tickets are available for Semi-Final and the Championship game or purchase the entire tournament strip including all games. Purchase online securely or call 1-888-654-7755 for assistance.
Future Final Four Dates:
The NCAA has already selected future dates for The Final Four!
- April 4 & 6, 2015- Indianapolis, IN - Lucas Oil Stadium
- April 2 & 4, 2016 - Houston, TX - Reliant Stadium
2014 Mens College Basketball Tournament Schedule >Expand +
|- Arlington, TX - Cowboys Stadium|
Cowboys Stadium – Arlington, Texas
The Dallas Cowboys
now play at the new Cowboys Stadium, located in Arlington, Texas. Up to
80,000 fans can be accommodated, with the option for expanding to hold
Texas Stadium had been home to the Cowboys since 1971 which was trademarked for the hole in the roof. Now, the Cowboys new home stadium has a retractable roof with glass doors allowing each end zone to be opened, and a center-hung video display board which is rumored to be the largest HDTV in the world. The construction cost of the new stadium is estimated at $1 Billion, which makes it one of the most expensive sporting venues ever built. Cowboys Stadium stadium also hosted Super Bowl XLV in 2011 when the Green Packers returned to glory by defeating the Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Cotton Bowl is also now held there annually. In addition to the Cotton Bowl, Cowboys Stadium has also been the host of the Cowboys Classic since 2009. The Cowboys Classic is a college football game that takes place the opening weekend of the college football season and normally features two of the nation's top programs.