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NCAA Reveals Court Design For 2024 Men’s Final Four

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The NCAA this week unveiled the court design for the 2024 Men’s Final Four, which will take place at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, on April 6 and 8, as well as unique designs for the other rounds of the tournament. 

The two-tone wood court prominently displays this year’s Final Four logo – which features a black state outline with a desert landscape at the bottom and a basketball setting above the mountains – at midcourt.

The logo also includes orange, yellow and blue triangles along the eastern and southern border that are inspired by local indigenous culture, which – in addition to a new deep red triangle – can be seen on the black sidelines.

The court, which is manufactured by Connor Sports, is complete with “PHX 24” and “The Road Ends Here” inside of a light blue bracket on opposing sidelines, as well as “NCAA Men’s Final Four” on the black baselines. 

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The 2024 NCAA Tournament tips off tonight with No. 16 seeds Wagner and Howard going head to head at the First Four in Dayton, Ohio (6:40 p.m. on truTV). That will be followed by a matchup between No. 10 seeds Colorado State and Virginia.

The First Four will conclude tomorrow with matchups between No. 16 seeds Grambling and Montana State and No. 10 seeds Boise State and Colorado. Each will be played on a special court that displays the phrase “The Road Starts Here” on the bottom sideline.

As mentioned above, there are also unique court designs for the first/second rounds and Elite Eight, all of which utilize a color coding system to differentiate between locations. Each location is displayed at center court along the top sideline.

This marks Glendale’s second time hosting the Final Four, joining the 2017 NCAA Tournament. Future sites include San Antonio in 2025, Indianapolis in 2026 and 2029, Detroit in 2027, Las Vegas in 2028 and Arlington, Texas, in 2030.

Photo courtesy of @MarchMadnessMBB on X/Twitter.
Photo courtesy of @MarchMadnessMBB on X/Twitter.
Photo courtesy of @MarchMadnessMBB on X/Twitter.