Frequently Asked Questions

MNSE and MNLOC

What is Minnesota Sports and Events (MNSE)?
MNSE is the regional sports commission for Bloomington, Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota.

Who actually produces the 2022 Women’s Final Four?
In conjunction with the NCAA, the Minnesota Local Organizing Committee (MNLOC), which consists of individuals from MNSE, University of Minnesota, Target Center and Meet Minneapolis/Sports Minneapolis, oversees all operations and marketing of the tournament.


2022 NCAA Women’s Final Four

What are the dates of the 2022 Women’s Final Four?
 April 1-3, 2022 (Friday-Sunday)

Where will the tournament be held?
Target Center – 600 1st Avenue North, Mpls, MN, 55403

When do NCAA Women’s Final Four tickets go on sale?
October 21, 2021

Where can I buy tickets?
Go to NCAA.com/WomensFinalFour

How much do tickets cost?
Go to NCAA.com/WomensFinalFour

Where can I find out more information about Women’s Final Four ticket/hospitality packages?
Click here:  NCAA Fan Experience

Where can I find more information about special events surrounding the Women’s Final Four?
Go to NCAA.com/WomensFinalFour

Do you have any free events for children?
All ancillary events around Women’s Final Four, including Tourney Town presented by Capital One, are free and open to the public. Visit NCAA.com/WomensFinalFour for all event information.


Volunteers

The MNLOC and NCAA are in need of an estimated 900 volunteers to successfully host the 2022 NCAA Women’s Final Four and the ancillary events surrounding the tournament. Through each interaction and touchpoint, volunteers make a tremendous impression on the fan and visitor experience.

What is the time commitment expected from volunteers?
– Must attend one (1) volunteer training session
– Must commit to a minimum of two (2) four-hour shifts between March 28-April 3, 2022

What are the requirements to be a volunteer?
– Must be at least 18 years old at time of application
– Must complete and pass a background check
– Must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 OR provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test administered within 48 hours of the work shift
– Agree to abide by current mandates and individual organization COVID-19 requirements
– Must attend one (1) volunteer training session
– Must commit to a minimum of two (2) four-hour shifts between March 28-April 3, 2022

NOTE: All courtesy car volunteer drivers must be at least 25 years of age and provide their motor vehicle record and proof of insurance

Can I choose what I want to volunteer to do at the tournament? 
We need to be able to place volunteers where there is a need; however, we will do our best to put people in positions that fit their personality and interests whenever possible.

Will I be able to see the games when I volunteer?
The volunteer positions that we have available do not take place inside the arena during games.

What are the steps to become a volunteer?
Information on how to volunteer for the 2022 NCAA Women’s Final Four is available at www.wffmpls.com/community-engagement/volunteers/.