ACC Championship tickets on sale now

Full tournament, weekend packages and single game tickets now available

The ACC Baseball Championship will be held in Kentucky for the first time.

By Louisville Bats | December 9, 2016 12:25 PM ET

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Full tournament and weekend packages, plus single-game tickets for the 2017 Atlantic Coast Conference Baseball Championship, scheduled for May 23-28 at Louisville Slugger Field, are now on sale.

Ticket Packages Available: 

  • Full Championship - $125 Lower Bowl
  • Full Championship - $140 Club Level
  • Weekend Package - $50 Lower Bowl 
  • Weekend Package - $60 Club Level
  • Single-Game (Mon-Fri) - $12 Lower Bowl
  • Single-Game (Mon-Fri) - $15 Club Level
  • Single-Game (Sat-Sun) - $15 Lower Bowl
  • Single-Game (Sat-Sun) - $18 Club Level 

All full or weekend ticket packages purchased will include a FREE ticket to the UofL vs NKU game on Wednesday, April 26. For more information on the UofL vs NKU game click here.  

ACC Championship tickets are available by calling (855) 228-8497 or visiting

The 2017 ACC Baseball Championship will be the event's first time to be held in the state of Kentucky. It will also be the first year under a new format, as the championship will include 12 teams and feature a pool play format leading into a four-team, single-elimination bracket to determine the league champion.

The 12 teams in the championship will be grouped into four pools of three teams apiece. Pool play will take place Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, with three games per day. Each pool will play a round robin, with the top team advancing to the semifinals. The semifinals will take place on Saturday, followed by the championship on Sunday.

The ACC Baseball Championship annually features many of the nation's top-ranked teams. The ACC placed 10 teams in the 2016 NCAA Championship field, tied for the most from any conference in NCAA history, and a total of 21 ACC squads have reached the College World Series over the last 11 years.

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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