The NCAA announced Wednesday that the Boston region will host 13 NCAA championship events from 2023 to 2026, including the 2024 Division I men’s basketball East regionals at TD Garden, which is also scheduled to host the 2022 Frozen Four.
In 2025 and 2026, Gillette Stadium will host the Division I, II, and III men’s lacrosse championships. The Division I women’s lacrosse semifinals and finals will also be held at Gillette in 2025 and 2026, with the Division II women’s lacrosse Final Four at Stonehill College and the Division III women’s lacrosse Final Four at Babson’s MacDowell Field in those years.
According to the Greater Boston Sports Partnership, these events could create more than $100 million in economic impact throughout the region.
“We are thrilled to be selected as the host destination for these premier sporting events,” said Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau CEO Martha J. Sheridan. “NCAA tournament games and championship events inject tens of millions of dollars into our local economy, boosting our restaurants, attractions, cultural institutions, retailers, and of course our hotels.”