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UF Baseball: Florida Selected as Host Site for 2021 NCAA Baseball Tournament Regionals
May 30, 2021
Courtesy of University Athletic Association
BY SULLIVAN BORTNER
Florida Ballpark, the home of the 13th-ranked Florida baseball program, was selected as one of 16 NCAA Tournament Regional host sites on Sunday evening. The Gainesville Regional will take place from Friday, June 4 to Monday, June 7.
With 2021 representing Florida Ballpark’s inaugural season, the upcoming Gainesville Regional marks the first-ever at the Gators’ new home. Overall, 2021 represents the 17th time that Florida has hosted an NCAA Regional. From 2014-18 in particular, Florida hosted five consecutive NCAA Regionals.
Following the NCAA’s announcement on May 19 that it is allowing full capacity at 2021 Spring Championships, the University of Florida will allow the same for any NCAA Championship it is hosting the rest of the athletic year, including this upcoming weekend’s NCAA Baseball Gainesville Regional.
64 total teams will be selected for the NCAA Tournament on May 30, with the 16 teams chosen as host schools welcoming three visiting teams to each site. Four teams will compete across each of those 16 NCAA Regional sites to determine which 16 programs will advance to NCAA Super Regionals, scheduled for June 11-14.
Who Is Eligible and When You Can Order Beginning May 26: All accounts with 2022 baseball season tickets can order All-Session Regional Passes. Beginning June 2: General public can order All-Session Regional Passes. Beginning June 3: Single Game tickets are available for purchase.
HOW TO PURCHASE? Tickets can be purchased HERE . You may also purchase over the phone by calling the Gators Ticket Office at 352-375-4683.
MOBILE TICKETING & FLORIDA GATORS APP As a reminder, mobile ticketing is required. There will be two ways to access your tickets: 1) through the Florida Gators app from your mobile device or 2) through FloridaGators.com/myaccount. Fans will also be able to transfer or sell your tickets easily within the app or online.
For a smoother and safer entry on game-day, we encourage fans to add their tickets to their Apple Wallet or Google Pay account prior to arriving at the stadium. You may also learn more about mobile ticketing by tapping here.
PARKING & SHUTTLES For the four-day event, Florida will lift parking restrictions at Fifield Hall, Florida Ballpark lots and in front of Donald R. Dizney Stadium. Shuttles will run regularly from each of those locations.