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Louisville Welcomes The NCAA Field Hockey Championship!


- November 16 & 18


- University of Louisville Trager Stadium

Tentative Championship Schedule 

November 16

  • Doors open to public: 12:00 PM
  • Semifinal Game 1 at 1:00 PM
  • Semifinal Game 2 at 3:45 PM
  • NFHCA Division I Senior All-Star Game at 6:00 PM

November 18

  • Doors open to public: 12:00 PM
  • Championship Game at 1:00 PM

*NFHCA Division I Senior All-Star Game date/time is TBD

Ticket Pricing 

Single Session Adult                             $15
Single Session Student/Child          $10
Single Session Groups                         $10 (groups of 10+)
All Session Adult                                    $25
All Session Student/Child                  $15

To pre-purchase tickets, click here.


  • Spectator Parking is available in the Floyd Street Garage for $5. Fans must use the Floyd Street entrance.


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