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The various NFL arenas may be the ultimate battling grounds of the titans of football but it is in the NCCA Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) that these football freaks are put through their paces. The collegiate footballers that prove their mettle on the FCS's platform are then recruited by various NFL teams in the annual draft. The NCAA FCS Division I Football Championship is the annual tournament that is played to determine which collegiate football team would be the reigning champion of the FCS for the next season. So clinch some cheap NCAA FCS Division I Football Championship tickets to witness the collegiate crowning of football's ultimate up and comers.
Though championships have been played at the US collegiate level since the late 19th century, it wasn't until 1978 when the NCAA's Division-II was created that a formal tournament was established. From 1978 to 2006, the tournament was titled as the NCAA Division I-AA Football Championship determined the champion from a 16-team lineup through a single-elimination event. The tournament commenced with just four teams in the running that doubled in number in the next three years and increased to 12 the following year in 1982, jumping to 16 by 1986. The tournament typically kicked off on the weekend before Thanksgiving each year and continued for the next four weeks with the final game being played in mid-December. 2006 saw the NCAA Division I-AA Football Championship renamed as the NCAA FCS Division I Football Championship with the team tally increasing to 20 four years later.
Certain changes were made to the format of the tournament following the increase to 20 teams. Firstly 10 conferences received automatic bids for their respective champions and the rest were deemed as 10 "at-large" spots. Additionally the teams in the top-12 slot of the 20-team lineup would receive "first-round byes" to the quarter-finals. The teams that currently qualify for the ten "at-large" spots have to have at least seven wins during the respective season. Since 2010, the actual tournament has also been shifted ahead and now the final game takes place in early January.
The first championship game took place at the Memorial Stadium in Wichita Falls Texas, with Florida A&M emerging as the champions after routing the Massachusetts Minutemen. For the first decade, the championship game was shifted between venues such as Memorial Stadium, the Tacoma Dome, The Johnson Hagood Stadium, the Mini Dome and the Holt Arena and then settled in the Paulson Stadium till 1991. The Marshall University Stadium played host to the tournament from 1992 to 1996 and then the Finely Stadium in Chattanooga, Tennessee became the premier staging ground for the next decade or so. The current host city is Frisco, Texas, with the FC Dallas Stadium slated to be the staging venue for the 2012-2013 event.
Georgia Southern is currently at the top of the tournament winnings table with 6 titles and the reigning champions are North Dakota State. So latch on to some cheap NCAA FCS Division I Football Championship tickets to see some young bloods battle for the top honors.