Championship season is well underway, and Colorado Springs will serve as the site of the 2021 NCAA Division II Men’s and Women’s Soccer Championships. The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC), along with the City of Colorado Springs, the Colorado Springs Sports Corp and Switchbacks FC will unite to host the NCAA Championships at Weidner Field, home of Switchbacks FC, beginning Thursday, Dec. 9.
"This is a historic week for the RMAC and soccer in Colorado Springs,” said RMAC Commissioner Chris Graham. “Along with all of our local partners, I'm confident that our conference and our great city will put on a championship-caliber event for our NCAA Division II student-athletes."
Thursday’s semifinal matches will kick off with the opening women’s match at 11 a.m. MT, followed by the second women’s semifinal match at 2 p.m. The first men’s semifinal will begin at 5 p.m., followed by the second men’s semifinal matchup at 8 p.m. Winners of the semifinal rounds will meet Saturday, Dec. 11, in the championship matches. The women’s championship contest will begin at noon, followed by the men’s championship at 3 p.m.
“Soccer in Colorado Springs has grown exponentially in recent years and we are very excited to be able to continue its development by bringing the 2021 NCAA Division II Men’s and Women’s Soccer Championships,” said RMAC Director of Strategic Communications Zack Chavez. “We are very fortunate to partner with the City of Colorado Springs, Colorado Springs Sports Corp and Switchbacks FC to bring such a prestigious event to this city.”
Tickets for the 2021 NCAA Men’s and Women’s Soccer Championships are available for purchase. All tickets will be general admission at $15 per person. Semifinal tickets can be purchased here, while tickets to Saturday’s championship matches are available here. Walk-ups are welcome and tickets may also be purchased at the box office at Weidner Field.
About the RMAC
The RMAC is a premier NCAA Division II conference with 15-member schools, located in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The RMAC sponsors 21 varsity NCAA sports and has produced 62 NCAA Division II national champions and 52 national runners-up since 1992.