The annual American college football playoff is finally here. In this article, you will find the schedule, live stream and other details of the upcoming NCAA playoff.
NCAA is the popular American college football bowl game. It is held annually with a seasonal format, breaking into two stages – group stage, and playoff stage.
Following the completion of 2022-23 season’s group stage games, the NCAA playoff is finally ready to begin next week. This year’s NCAA games are sponsored by the American telecommunications company AT&T.
The upcoming playoff stage will be participated by 2 teams. The Peach Bowl winner, Georgia and the Fiesta Bowl winner will be competing for this year’s NCAA national championship.
When will be NCAA Playoffs held?
- Date: Monday, January 9, 2023
- Bowl Time: 07:30 p.m. ET
The final game of upcoming NCAA playoffs is scheduled to be held on upcoming Monday, January 9, 2023. The game between Peach bowl winner Georgia and Fiesta Bowl winner TCU will begin around 07:30 p.m. ET.
NCAA Playoffs 2022-23 Schedule:
|Monday, January 9, 2022||NCAA Playoffs National Championship (TCU vs Georgia)||07:30 p.m.|
Where will the event be held?
- Venue: SoFi Stadium
- Location: Inglewood, California.
The venue for 2022-23 NCAA playoff stage final will be the SoFi Stadium. This giant 70,240 seat stadium in the suburb of Los Angeles was just opened in 2020. It was venue for last year’s Super Bowl LVI. The stadium is located in Inglewood, California.
How to watch NCAA Playoffs?
- BT Sport
The official tv & online distribution partner of NCAA, ESPN will broadcast the upcoming final game of 2022-23 NCAA playoff in the United States. Additionally, BT Sports will provide telecast of the game for bowl game fans in the United Kingdom.
How to Live Stream the event?
- BT Sport live
ESPN’s official online platform, ESPN+ will live stream the upcoming game of NCAA playoffs online. While the bowl game will be available to watch on BT Sports live via their website in the United Kingdom.