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2021 NJCAA Football Championship Matchup Revealed

The NJCAA has announced Hutchinson (KS) and Snow (UT) as the two teams to go head-to-head in the 2020-21 NJCAA Football National Championship, presented by Bob McCloskey Insurance, set to take the stage Saturday, June 5 at 4:00 PM CT here at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Hutchinson finished the 2020-21 NJCAA Football season as the No. 1 ranked team with a 7-0 overall record. The Blue Dragons are led by first-year head coach Drew Dallas. Dallas previously served as offensive coordinator during the 2019 season. The Blue Dragons captured their first Jayhawk Conference title since 2014 and will be making their fourth consecutive postseason appearance.      

Snow earned the No. 2 spot in the final regular-season poll. First-year head coach Zac Erekson led the Badgers to complete an undefeated regular season slate with an 8-0 record. Snow put together its first undefeated season since 2008, and the fourth unblemished regular-season record since the Badgers' national championship season in 1985.    

General admission tickets are available for $12 and club level tickets are $45 each. Club level seats include an exclusive club suite experience and access to premium amenities, food, and beverages. Tickets for the event will be sold through HomeTown Ticketing, the Exclusive Online Ticketing Provider of the NJCAA. Tickets will be available for purchase digitally and can be downloaded on a mobile device or printed at home, allowing for touchless ticketing and the digital scanning of tickets. Fans may not purchase tickets on-site and tickets must be purchased online digitally.

Parking for the event is available to purchase on-site by cash-only payment. General parking is available at $5 per car.  Tailgating will be permitted prior to the event, with larger parking, grassy spots available for $10 per car.

The upcoming football championship will be televised nationally by CBS Sports Network. 

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