Dec 06th

ACC Men’s, Women’s Basketball Tournament Ticket Books on Sale Dec. 12

Ticket books for the 2023 New York Life ACC Men’s Basketball Tournament and 2023 ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament will go on sale on Monday, Dec. 12, at 10 a.m.

Both tournaments will be held at Greensboro Coliseum. Ticket books will be available for purchase at Ticketmaster.com:

ACC Men's Basketball Tournament Tickets

ACC Women's Baskeball Tournament Tickets

The ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament runs March 1-5. Ticket books for the event, which features 14 games, start at $99. The New York Life ACC Men’s Basketball Tournament, also consisting of 14 games, will be held from March 7-11. Men’s ticket books start at $198.

Greensboro Coliseum will host the men’s tournament for a record 29th time in 2023 and the women’s tournament for a record 22nd time. This marks the 11th time in which both tournaments will be hosted in Greensboro in consecutive weeks.

Current ACC member institutions have won three NCAA Women’s Championships and made 25 appearances in the Women’s Final Four. Seven different institutions have represented the ACC in the Women’s Final Four. The ACC placed four teams in the Sweet 16 last season and is the only conference to have at least three teams in the regional semifinals in each of the last eight NCAA Tournaments. Louisville and NC State each played in the Elite Eight last season, with Louisville reaching the Final Four for the fourth time in program history.

Eight ACC women’s basketball teams were selected to compete in the 2022 NCAA Tournament, which tied for the most of any conference. It marked the fourth consecutive NCAA Tournament in which eight ACC teams were selected, leading all conferences each year and matching the ACC record for teams in the field.

The ACC’s current 15 member schools have captured three of the last seven NCAA Men’s Basketball Championships, with 92 NCAA Tournament wins in that seven-year span. Current ACC schools have won eight NCAA titles in the last 21 years and own 17 national championships overall. Current ACC member schools have combined for 66 Men’s Final Four appearances and a national-best 657 NCAA Tournament wins. Duke and North Carolina advanced to the Final Four last year with UNC making the championship game. The ACC has the highest all-time NCAA Tournament winning percentage of any league (.619).

All 15 league members own 1,000 or more all-time wins in men’s basketball, including eight schools with 1,500 or more victories. Four of the top eight and six of the top 30 winningest programs in NCAA Division I basketball history currently reside in the ACC.