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Ein Blick auf jedes Final-Four-Logo der NCAA-Männer von 1979 bis 2024 – SportsLogos.Net News

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The NCAA Tournament officially kicks off with the First Four, but March Madness truly begins on Thursday with a first-round match-up between 8th seeded Mississippi State and 9th seeded Michigan State (12:15 PM on CBS).

The tournament, held almost every year since 1939, except for 2020 when it was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, will culminate on April 6th and 8th with the Final Four at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.

Therefore, we have decided to take a look at each Final Four logo from the 1978/79 season, when the NCAA abandoned using the same logo every year in favor of a new design – most of which pay homage to the event’s location.


Interestingly, Kansas City has hosted the Final Four more frequently than any other city with ten venues, including events in 1940–42, 1953–55, 1957, 1961, 1964, and 1988.

Following Kansas City is Indianapolis – where the NCAA is headquartered – with eight venues, although the city will lead the list with hosting the Final Four in 2026 and 2029.

Other locations that have hosted the Final Four at least five times include New York City (seven), New Orleans (six), Louisville (six), and Seattle (five). San Antonio will also join this list when the Alamodome hosts the event for the fifth time in 2025.

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