2023 NCAA Championship Tickets Go On Sale in January

NCAA Swimming & Diving Championship Tickets will go on sale later this month, with anticipated sellouts for both locations on the horizon.

Public ticket sales will begin on January 24 for the women’s D1 championship and January 31 for the men’s D1 championship. Those meets are both being held at smaller facilities than the Division II and Division III championships, which will be at the IU Natatorium in Indianapolis and the Greensboro Aquatic Center in North Carolina, respectively.

2023 NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships

  • D1 Women – Knoxville, Tennessee – University of Tennessee, Knoxville – Allan Jones Aquatic Center (seating for 1,284 spectators), March 15-18, 2023
  • D1 Men – Minneapolis, Minnesota – University of Minnesota, Twin Cities – Jean K. Freeman Aquatic Center (seating for 1,350 spectators), March 22-25, 2023
  • D2 Men/Women Combined – Indianapolis, Indiana – IU Natatorium, IUPUI Campus (seating for 4,700 spectators), March 8-11, 2023
  • D3 Men/Women Combined – Greensboro, North Carolina – Greensboro Aquatic Center (seating for 1,942 spectators), March 15-18, 2023

Both the men’s and women’s NCAA Championship meets have sold out in recent years in much larger facilities, including the 1,900 seat Georgia Tech Aquatic Center last year.

In fact, in many recent seasons, the tickets have sold out before even going on sale to the general public – with team requests filling up the venue capacity. That effect has led to even more pressure on the team-request system, with parents and alumni pulling tickets for more-and-more distantly connected ‘friends of the program.’

After the 2022 championships, the NCAA Division I Swiming and Diving Committeee did request that 7% of the total seats available be held back for public sale – though that still leaves just 126 women’s tickets and 94 men’s tickets for the general public.

Tickets will be available on the official NCAA Championship website, NCAATickets.com.

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Heather Scott
16 days ago

Please help!!
How do we get tickets to watch our diver that just qualified yesterday?? This is the first time he has ever qualified!!

Greg Brown
2 months ago

When do the DIII championship tickets go on sale? The timing information for tickets above is for only the D1 meets.

2 months ago

Almost 10 a.m. EST and still no active link or anywhere to buy the tickets yet.

2 months ago

7% is a crazy note.

2 months ago

+The shame is that often the seating is not filled to capacity probably because some people have changes in plans, some only want to attend certain sessions – NCAA should use a digital ticketing system like most schools use for football and basketball so that people not using tickets can sell, give away or share online via email or the ticketmaster app (which seems to be predominate);

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