The NCAA Tournament will be back in March of 2023 as 68 college basketball teams chase dreams of a national championship.
Two years after the entire 2020 tournament was canceled and one year after the first-ever tournament played entirely within one state, the 2022 tourney returned to its customary schedule with 67 games played over 21 days.
That will be the case again in 2023 as 14 different venues in 12 different states are scheduled to host games.
Two days after Selection Sunday, the tourney will start with the First Four at the University of Dayton Arena on March 14 and 15.
You can download a printable 2023 NCAA Tournament bracket (below) to make tournament predictions:
Download: Printable PDF NCAA Tournament Bracket
NCAA Tournament Schedule
|First Four||Dayton||UD Arena||March 14-15|
|First/Second||Albany||MVP Arena||March 17-19|
|First/Second||Birmingham||Legacy Arena||March 16-18|
|First/Second||Columbus||Nationwide Arena||March 17-19|
|First/Second||Denver||Ball Arena||March 17-19|
|First/Second||Des Moines||Wells Fargo Arena||March 16-18|
|First/Second||Greensboro||Greensboro Coliseum||March 17-19|
|First/Second||Orlando||Amway Center||March 16-18|
|First/Second||Sacramento||Golden 1 Center||March 16-18|
|Midwest Regional||Kansas City||T-Mobile Center||March 24-26|
|West Regional||Las Vegas||T-Mobile Arena||March 23-25|
|South Regional||Louisville||KFC YUM! Center||March 24-26|
|East Regional||New York||Madison Square Garden||March 23-25|
|Final Four||Houston||NRG Stadium||April 1-3|