March Madness Key Dates

When is March Madness 2019?

The NCAA Tournament, which is commonly referred to as March Madness, takes place in 2019 from Tuesday 19 March and ends on Monday 8 April.

The first key date for your diary, however, is Sunday 17 March 2019, which is this year’s ‘Selection Sunday’. On this day the 68 teams taking place in the tournament are announced by the selection committee.

March Madness Schedule

There are a total of 67 matches in the NCAA Tournament, with the 68-team knockout event taking place over a packed three week schedule.

This begins with the First Four on March 19-20 in Ohio.

The first two rounds are then played at various venues across the country from March 21-24 before the Regionals.

The South Regional takes place in Louisville, Kentucky from March 28-30 with the West Regional in Anaheim, California on the same dates.

Next, from March 29-31 is the Midwest Regional in Kansas City, which will be played over the same three day period as the East Regional in Washington D.C.

The March Madness finishes with the NCAA Final Four from April 6 to April 8.

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