December maybe known for Christmas and holidays, but for the most college students, it is the month of the ACC Championship! ACC stands for Atlantic Coastal Conference. 2010 has been no different for the lovers of football who are going absolutely crazy to get their hands on football action in the form of 2010 ACC Championship. Each year, the first week of December marks the beginning of the reign of a new ACC Champion, bringing some of the most exciting teams from some of the most competitive conferences and brings forth some of the best competitions in college football. The game of 2010 is particularly going to be exciting for the local fans of college football since it would be hosted by the Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte. Currently, the title is held by Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets which they won after a nail biting game held in 2009.The competition brings not only some of the finest hockey teams on the field but also some of the brightest stars of college football. And that makes the entire game a bit of a treat for the fans that flock to the stadium from far and wide to enjoy college football at its finest. That is why the fans just cannot seem to have enough of it. Each year, in December fans from far off places hit the venue to grab every bit of the action live. Even though most of these fans are the supporters of the two teams competing but a good number of fans also represent the general college football lovers from across the US. This year, the teams to have qualified to play the ACC Championship Game are the Virginia Tech who would be facing Florida State. The two teams are the winners of the Coastal and Atlantic Division, representing the best in their conferences.The ACC Championship game began only just a few years ago in 2005. Previously the Atlantic Coast Conference had a different way of determining the winner altogether. The Champion of the Conference was selected during the regular season via round-robin play. Since the Conference only had nine teams prior to 2004, it was not eligible to hold a championship game of its own. With the inclusion of Virginia Tech, Miami and Boston College, the Conference hit number 12 which was the minimum requirement for holding a championship game. And the conference reached that number in 2004 with the inclusion of not one, not two but three teams and that is exactly when they started holding their own championship game. For the conference itself and the teams and fans as well, 2005 was the year that marked the beginning of competitive fun.For the ACC Championship Game, the twelve Atlantic Coastal Conference teams are divided into two sections comprising of six teams each. The teams with the best record in both the divisions are then invited to compete against each other for the ultimate title of the Atlantic Coastal Conference Champion! The first game as per this new setup was held in 2005 where Virginia Tech went head to head against Florida State Seminoles. The Seminoles emerged victorious at the end of this game which was held at the Alltel Stadium in Jacksonville. The Florida State Seminoles had the benefit of playing in their home state and in the end it did work to their advantage as well.Jacksonville, Florida went on to host the championship game for another two years before finally passing the legacy on to Tampa. The current host of the prestigious championship game is the city of Charlotte in the State of North Carolina. Charlotte will also be hosting the game for 2011 at its Bank of America Stadium. And that means Bank of America is the place to be for anyone who has got the 2010 ACC Championship tickets and is looking for some action!