NCAA and Tampa Bay unveil logo for 2025 Women’s Final Four
The University of South Florida and the Tampa Bay Sports Commission will serve as co-hosts for the event at Amalie Arena, with two national semifinal contests played on April 4, while the national championship game will be played Sunday, April 6.
Tampa, FL - Highlighting many of the iconic features and colors representative of Tampa Bay and the state of Florida, the 2025 NCAA Women’s Final Four logo has been unveiled.
The University of South Florida and the Tampa Bay Sports Commission will serve as co-hosts for the event at Amalie Arena, with two national semifinal contests played on April 4, while the national championship game will be played Sunday, April 6. Tampa Bay has welcomed more fans in Women’s Final Four history than any other city, with a combined 123,039 fans attending the 2008, 2015 and 2019 Women’s Final Fours. In 2019, sellout crowds totaling 40,189 fans attended as Baylor claimed the national championship.
“Tampa Bay time and time again has been a great host for NCAA championship events and continues raise the bar. The Women's Final Four is looking forward to returning to South Florida in 2025,” said Lynn Holzman, NCAA vice president of women’s basketball. “Thanks to our hosts, the University of South Florida and the Tampa Bay Sports Commission, for their continued efforts and commitment in continuing to build and provide a world-class experience for all involved.”
In addition to Baylor in 2019, national champions previously crowned in Tampa Bay include Tennessee in 2008 and UConn in 2015.
"We are excited to unveil the 2025 NCAA Women's Final Four logo, it is the perfect representation of our destination, and it signifies the beginning of a new and exciting chapter for Team Tampa Bay and the NCAA women’s basketball community," said Claire Lessinger, Vice President of Events at the Tampa Bay Sports Commission. "Our team and partners at the University of South Florida and Amalie Arena are eager to welcome back a record-fourth NCAA Women’s Final Four and look forward to setting the standard and growing the game, together."
Designed by Section 127 in Indianapolis, the 2025 Women’s Final Four logo includes numerous area landmarks and tributes in the logo design. The colors in the logo are inspired by the bright colors of Floridian fashion, with different shades of orange, yellow, blue, teal, and white included. The rope design on the logo pays homage to the three major cities which make up the Tampa Bay region (Tampa, St. Petersburg, and Clearwater), as each of the cities feature rope surrounding their respective city seals. Championship brackets tie in the path to the national championship to be decided in April 2025. A beach scene on the bottom features sailboats and The Jose Gasparilla on Tampa Bay in front of a setting sun/basketball.
More information regarding ticket packages for the 2025 Women’s Final Four will be provided after the conclusion of the 2024 Women’s Final Four in Cleveland to be held April 5 and 7. For the latest on the Women’s Final Four, visit www.ncaa.com/womensfinalfour.