College Football Playoff

College Football Playoff : The College Football Playoff National Championship matchup is officially set as No. 1 LSU faces off with No. 3 Clemson at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans for the College Football National Title.

LSU vs Clemson Live


College Football Playoff 2020 Live

Other activities during the week of the national championship game include Media Day, Playoff Fan Central, AT&T Playoff Playlist Live!, the Extra Yard 5K, the Extra Yard Summit, Eckrich Taste of the Championship and Allstate Championship Tailgate Plaza.

The 2020 College Football Playoff National Championship will be held in New Orleans on January 13 in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome where LSU and Clemson will go head to head. New Orleans is not shy from college football national championships, as this is the 29th time the city has hosted the game.

New Orleans specializes in unique experiences and one-of-a-kind celebrations, making the weekend leading up to the game a can’t-miss fan fest. The events are all conveniently located within walking distance to the game, so grab a go-cup for your journey! From concerts to meet and greets, see what’s in store for the big weekend.
Where to Stay

How To Watch College Football Playoff

Before the fun begins, make sure you’re squared away with the best accommodations. Get the complete New Orleans experience by staying in one of our downtown hotels. Any one of these hotels will put you right in the center of the action with the events spanning from the Superdome to the Riverfront and the Convention Center. Book now before the rooms are gone.
The Allstate Championship Tailgate Plaza

Head to Woldenberg Park and the adjacent Jax Brewery parking lot to experience an extreme tailgate Saturday through Monday. ESPN will be broadcasting live as fans congregate to show their team spirit with BBQ, zip lines, and more. The AT&T Playoff Playlist Live! concert series is the highlight of the weekend, and it is FREE. The star-studded lineup features H.E.R., Nas, and MAX on Saturday, Meghan Trainor, Bastille, and Trombone Shorty with Orleans Avenue on Sunday, and Tim McGraw and Judah & the Lion on Monday.

The plaza will be open 2-11 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, and 12-4:30 p.m Monday.

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