The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) announced today that the NCAA Division II Football Championship will stay at world-class Children’s Mercy Park through 2021. Children’s Mercy Park has hosted the game every year since 2014.
The NCAA unveiled host cities for national championships or tournaments in 86 sports today, awarding sites for the four-year cycle that runs from fall 2018 through spring 2022.
NCAA Division II Football Championship at Children’s Mercy Park
|Dec. 20, 2014||Colorado State-Pueblo||Minnesota State-Mankato||13-0|
|Dec. 19, 2015||Northwest Missouri State||Shepherd (W. Va.)||34-7|
|Dec. 17, 2016||Northwest Missouri State||North Alabama||29-3|
|Dec. 16, 2017|
|Dec. 15, 2018|
|Dec. 21, 2019|
|Dec. 19, 2020|
|Dec. 18, 2021|
Children’s Mercy Park will also serve as the site of this year’s Division II Football Championship on Dec. 16. In addition, state-of-the-art Swope Soccer Village will host the 2017 NCAA Division II Men’s and Women’s Soccer Championships from Nov. 30-Dec. 2 at Children’s Mercy Victory Field.