Chattanooga Sports Lands six NCAA Championships through 2026

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — The NCAA selected Chattanooga as the host city for six championships for soccer, softball and tennis from 2023 through 2026.

“Today’s announcement is a big win four our community, our sports scene and our region’s economy,” said Tim Morgan, chief sports officer of Chattanooga Sports, a division of the Chattanooga Tourism Co. “Our range of facilities, vibrant destination and collaboration among community partners make the Chattanooga region an ideal sports destination. We’re honored to host these championships with our incredible sports partners.”

The DII Soccer Championship will be held at the new CHI Memorial Stadium and the University of the South will collaborate with Chattanooga Sports to serve as host for the NCAA Division III Tennis Championship.

Chattanooga was also poised to host the DII Softball Championship this year and the selection for the upcoming event reaffirms the region as a softball destination, according to Morgan.

Chattanooga Sports is partnering with the University of the South, Lee University of North Georgia, Chattanooga Red Wolves SC and the cities of East Ridge and Chattanooga to host the NCAA Championships.