Every year, the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament grips fans all across the country from Selection Sunday through the final game. In 2021, the entire tournament including the Final Four will be played in Indianapolis, Indiana. The Final Four and championship game are being held at Lucas Oil Stadium, home of the Indianapolis Colts on Saturday, April 3rd, followed by the National Championship game on Monday, April 5th.

If you plan on buying tickets to the Final Four, you’ll want to educate yourself on the NCAA Final Four Seating Chart so you aren’t disappointed in your seats.

Below you will find the most detailed NCAA Men’s Final Four Seating Chart information, including row and seat numbers, best and worst seats, as well as other helpful tips. You can purchase Final Four tickets for both single session and all session men’s basketball games through TickPick, the only major no-fee ticket marketplace. Check out our blog on how to get cheap NCAA Men’s Final Four tickets for other helpful info.

Interactive Final Four Seating Chart

Hover over any section below for a row breakdown.

Lucas Oil Stadium Basketball Seating Details

Lucas Oil Stadium last hosted the NCAA Men’s Final Four in 2015. Here are some general tips when buying tickets to a men’s basketball game inside of a football stadium.

  • Row breakdowns for the Final Four are as follows: Single, Double, and Triple letter rows will indicate that they are within the Riser sections that are temporarily put on the field in order to go up to the court and extend back to the regular stadium seating. Single letter rows (A, B, C, etc.) will be closest to the court, and behind those will be double letter rows (AA, BB, etc), followed by triple letter (AAA, BBB), and then numbered rows where the permanent stadium seating begins above those
  • Plenty of good seats to be had with the temporary seating system in place around all four sides of the raised court
  • Fans don’t want to be in the permanent seats in the corners or in the 300 level seating in the end zones, especially since there is not a video board above center court (however, one could be temporarily added for the event).

What Items Can I Bring Into Lucas Oil Stadium

Fans are allowed to bring a small clutch bag or purse that are roughly the size of a hand, or a clear plastic, vinyl, or PVC bag that is no greater than 12″ by 6″ by 12″.

What fans may NOT bring into the stadium is a bit more clear. Prohibited items at the Final Four are as follows:

  • Weapons or fireworks
  • Video cameras (at the discretion of each event promoter)
  • Poles/sticks of any kind
  • Large purses, bags and backpacks
  • Bottles, cans, liquid containers and coolers (except for guests with special medical or dietary needs)
  • Food not dispensed by Lucas Oil Stadium concessionaires
  • Objects that obstruct another patron’s view of the playing field
  • Horns, bells, whistles, bullhorns, megaphones, klaxons, boom boxes and/or other noisemakers
  • Animals (except assistive animals for guests with disabilities)
  • Anything that creates a nuisance or disruption
  • Selfie Sticks

How Many Fans Will Lucas Oil Stadium Allow for the 2021 NCAA Men’s Final Four

Due to the Covid 19 pandemic, the NCAA Tournament has officially announced a limited fan attendance number that’s 25% of the venue’s standard capacity, based on policies set forth by local officials. This will be made possible through limiting fans to sit together within pods that allow for safe social distancing. There will be roughly 17,500 people allowed to attend this year’s Final Four in Indianapolis.

The Best Seats at the Final Four

The best seats for the Final Four at Lucas Oil Stadium are located in sections 139-141, and 112-114. These extended men’s tournament sections will have very little slope, so it is important to note that the higher number rows are much further back from the court than a traditional NBA Arena.

Floor Sections 1 through 4 that are located on the east and west ends of the court along the baselines are among the closest seats to the court. These sections will also have very little slope and are usually reserved for the student sections.

As a general rule of thumb, when searching for tickets to the Final Four, you want to be as close to center court as possible. For example, I would rather sit in the Club (C) 200s level or 300 level near mid court than sit in the 100 level behind one of the baskets.

The Worst Seats at the Final Four

Football stadiums were not originally designed to host basketball games, so there are certain areas within the venue that we don’t recommend sitting in if your budget allows.

  • Avoid the temporary (riser) 100 level corner sections (because of the lack of elevation)
  • Avoid the 300 level end zone sections

For an idea on what the view from your seat will look like (although it’s designed for football), check out Lucas Oil Stadium seat views.

Remember, a basketball court is 94ft by 50ft or 31.3 by 16.6 yards. So essentially the court will be between the 35 yard lines, which is why the standard end-zone seats are not recommended.

Where Are the Designated Fan Sections for the 2021 Final Four?

In normal years, the NCAA has designated fan sections for each team playing. We believe there will be some sort of socially-distanced means of keeping fans of the same teams together this year, but we’ll provide this information as soon as it’s available!

Where Are the Student Sections for the 2021 Final Four?

The student sections for each university will be designated for students of the participating teams only, and although the NCAA has yet to formally announce it for this year’s 2021 March Madness, the student sections will likely be located in front of the End Zone sections and their risers behind the four floors sections.

Final Four Seat Number Information

The Lucas Oil Stadium seat numbers go from right to left if you’re looking at the court from your seats. This means that seat number 1 will always be on the aisle next to the adjacent section with the lower section number. So seat number 1 in section 213 will be next to the highest numbered seat in section 212 next to it, and so on.

Men’s Final Four Row Numbers

For a row breakdown for Final Four row numbers, scroll up and hover over any of the sections you’re interested in, and you’ll see a full breakdown of which rows will belong to each section.

How To Get Cheaper 2021 NCAA Men’s Final Four Tickets

Most other ticket marketplaces charge high service fees in addition to the listed price, but not TickPick. Here at TickPick, we have no service fees, making us your source for cheaper NCAA Men’s Final Four tickets on the secondary market. If you have not used TickPick before, you can sign up with the link below for $10 off your first purchase. If you have any questions regarding Final Four tickets at Lucas Oil Stadium, please feel free to submit a request here.

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