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The Atlantic Coast Conference and Durham Bulls have announced that the ACC Baseball Championship will return to Durham Bulls Athletic Park in 2023. The 12-team tournament will be held next May 23-28.

The ACC Baseball Championship has been held in Durham 12 times previously, including seven of the past 13 tournaments. The tournament single-game attendance record of 11,329 was set in 2013 at DBAP (North Carolina versus NC State) and still stands as the largest crowd ever to view a college baseball game in the state of North Carolina.

Ticket Information

Ticket information on the 2023 ACC Baseball Championship at Durham Bulls Athletic Park will be forthcoming!

All-session ticket books for the 2023 Atlantic Coast Conference Baseball Championship are now on sale.

Ticket books for the full tournament start at $153 for the full championship, and are also available for $177 for Field Reserve seats and $196 for Terrace Reserved, and $242 for Field Premium. Ticket books include tickets to all 15 tournament games, including the championship game.

Weekend passes and single-session tickets, if available, will go on sale at a later date.

Tournament Info

The 2023 ACC Baseball Championship will again feature 12 teams in 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.

Next spring’s ACC Baseball Championship will again showcase some of the top talent in all of Division I. Nine ACC teams earned spots in the 2022 NCAA Championship field, one shy of the league record and tying for the most of any conference last season. The ACC has placed at least six teams in the NCAA tournament for 18 straight years.

Additionally, the ACC has placed at least one team in each of the last 16 College World Series, including Notre Dame in 2022.

Fifty-eight ACC players were selected in the 2022 Major League Baseball Draft, including seven on opening night. It marked the 31st consecutive year at least one ACC player was selected in the opening round and the seventh straight year the ACC placed at least one draftee among the top 15 picks.

The ACC Baseball Championship has been held in Durham 12 times previously, including seven of the past 13 tournaments. The tournament single-game attendance record of 11,329 was set in 2013 at DBAP (North Carolina versus NC State) and still stands as the largest crowd ever to view a college baseball game in the state of North Carolina.

The Bull City also played host to the second-largest crowd ever to watch a tournament championship game (9,759 for Florida State versus NC State in 2015).

2019 Pools and Seeds

POOL A:
1. Louisville
8. Clemson
12. Boston College

POOL B:
2. Georgia Tech
7. Duke
11. Notre Dame

POOL C:
3. NC State
6. Florida State
10. Wake Forest

POOL D:
4. Miami
5. UNC
9. Virginia