BOOK A LUXURY SUITE FOR THE COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYOFF NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP!
The NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) uses a postseason playoff to determine their champion. The two teams to advance beyond the semifinal meet up in an epic showdown known as the College Football Playoff National Championship.
This format, rolled out for the 2014 season, is an improvement over the previous BCS championship due to the fact that the teams have to earn their way to the title game. Though it has only been around for just a few years, college football fans are loving the new system and there are rumors that the NCAA will eventually expand the playoff tournament to include even more teams.
Alabama and Clemson have both won two national championships under the new format and hope to build on this in the future. The tremendous programs at each school makes this a definite possibility for upcoming seasons.
LuxuryVIPSuites works with the suite owners at the host site of each College Football Playoff National Championship game to lock up suites for our clients. This is the biggest college football game in the country each year and no one has the kind of suite inventory that we do. For groups large or small, corporate or personal, we have the best locations in the building at the best prices in the marketplace. In addition, our staff will handle every detail to make sure everything runs smoothly for you. We can even help when it comes to selecting the catering from the extensive menus. Whether your team walks away with the trophy or not, you can guarantee a great time in one of these premium luxury suites.
Recent College Football Playoff National Champions:
- 2014 Season – Ohio State Buckeyes
- 2015 Season – Alabama Crimson Tide
- 2016 Season – Clemson Tigers
- 2017 Season – Alabama Crimson Tide
- 2018 Season – Clemson Tigers
- 2019 Season – LSU Tigers
- 2020 Season – Alabama Crimson Tide
A matchup of two unbeaten teams, the #3 ranked Ohio State Buckeyes (7-0) came into the game looking to take down the #1 ranked Alabama Crimson Tide (12-0). Due to the pandemic and struggles resulting from it, this game meant more to these teams than any other. Nick Saban’s squad looked dominant all season and Ohio State was ready to prove that they were the real deal.
Locked at 7 after the first quarter, Alabama opened it up by scoring 28 in in the second quarter. Leading 35-17 at the half, Saban and his squad rolled through the next two quarters to a commanding 52-24 victory. Nick Saban’s seventh national championship earned him sole possession of the record for most championships by a Division I college football coach. He had previously shared the record at six with Bear Bryant.
College teams around the nation are preparing for the next installment of this incredible playoff tournament with hopes of not only reaching the championship game, but of lifting the trophy high above their heads afterwards to celebrate a huge victory for their program. Additional information about the College Football Playoff National Championship can be found by clicking here.