ACC Football Championship Game

Saturday, December 7, 2019 | Bank of America Stadium


Charlotte is buzzing about once again welcoming the 2019 ACC Football Championship Game! As of this year, Bank of America Stadium and the Charlotte community will have served as host of the ACC Football Championship Game for nine seasons, and will continue to be the home of the game the first Saturday in December until 2030. Kickoff is set for Saturday, December 7 at 7:30 p.m. on ABC, with several days of events in the city to include the ACC FanFest at the Charlotte Convention Center on Friday and Saturday, as well as the ACC Fan 5k and Fun Run presented by Atrium Health on Saturday morning.

ACC football is the home to three of the last six National Champions (2013, 2016, and 2018).

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*Photography by Jason E. Miczek and Sara D. Davis*


Tickets are currently on sale for the 2019 ACC Football Championship Game. Tickets start at $45.



New to 2019, admission to the ACC Football Championship Game is going completely mobile. Following the purchase of tickets, fans will be required to access their game ticket via their hand held mobile device through the ACC Sports – Official App, available on the Apple iTunes Store and Google Play. Fans are encouraged to download their ticket to their mobile device into their Apple Wallet or Google Pay for easy access to their ticket and speedy entry into Bank of America Stadium on game day. Gates open at 5:30 pm. Come in early and utilize all gates (North, East, South) at Bank of America Stadium to expedite the entry process.



Night of Legends

Don't miss out on an exciting evening to hang out with an ACC Legend from each school on Friday, December 6! Tickets start at $140.


Fan Fest

Fans attending the 2019 version of ACC FanFest will notice a completely new and exciting event hosted in the conditioned Hall C at the Charlotte Convention Center. FanFest will include a host of programming on the ACC Grandstand stage, Battle of the Bands with the two participating school bands, a replica Championship Game field where fans can capture their 40 yard dash time and test their passing accuracy, a field goal kicking station, the Orange Bowl RV, and more fun for the whole family.

Hours are 5-10 p.m. on Friday, December 6 and 10 a.m. -6:30 p.m. on Saturday, December 7. FanFest is FREE and open to the public.

ACC Fan 5K and Kids Mascot Run Presented by Atrium Health

Join the ACC the morning of the big game for the annual ACC Fan 5K and Kids Mascot Run Presented by Atrium Health. The race takes place at 8:00 a.m. in Uptown Charlotte, and is the perfect way to kick off game day with your friends and family. Registration is $40 in advance; $45 on race day.



The Charlotte Marriott Center City is the Official Headquarter hotel for the 2019 ACC Football Championship Game. To book rooms and explore additional featured hotels, visit our Hotels page.


Nearly 30,000 parking spaces—covered decks and flat surface lots—are within a 15-minute walk of Bank of America Stadium. For details about additional parking, use this interactive map. Or plan to leave your car at one of the LYNX Blue Line’s park and ride stations before riding the light rail to Bank of America Stadium.


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Established in 1953, the ACC has long enjoyed the reputation as one of the strongest and most competitive intercollegiate conferences in the nation. And that is not mere conjecture, the numbers support it. Through 66 years of competition, ACC schools captured 160 NCAA team championships, including 79 in men’s sports, 79 in women’s competition and two in fencing. In addition, NCAA individual titles went to ACC student-athletes 186 times in men’s competition and 141 times in women’s action.


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The Atlantic Coast Conference’s official website - theACC.com - is the go-to source for complete 2019 ACC Football Championship Game information.

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