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EventDate & Location 
NFC Conference Championship: Atlanta Falcons vs.
TBD (If Necessary)
Sunday, January 24, 2016 at [time TBA]

Georgia Dome
Atlanta, Georgia

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NFC Conference Championship: Carolina Panthers vs.
TBD (If Necessary)
Sunday, January 24, 2016 at [time TBA]

Bank Of America Stadium
Charlotte, North Carolina

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NFC Conference Championship: Minnesota Vikings vs.
TBD (If Necessary)
Sunday, January 24, 2016 at [time TBA]

TCF Bank Stadium
Minneapolis, Minnesota

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NFC Conference Championship: Arizona Cardinals vs.
TBD (If Necessary)
Sunday, January 24, 2016 at [time TBA]

University Of Phoenix Stadium
Glendale, Arizona

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NFC Championship Schedule

It's the biggest game of the year so far, and NFC Championship tickets are starting to get really hot. The NFC Championship game is one of two final playoff matches in the NFL and determines who will represent the NFC in the Super Bowl. The outcome of the NFC Championship game determines the champion of the National Football Conference who will then advance to play the winner of the American Football Conference in the Super Bowl. The two conferences came about after the 1970 merger between the NFL and the AFL. The winner of the NFC Championship game receives the George Halas Trophy, which was named after George Halas of the Chicago Bears who had a significant impact on the football team.

The NFC consists of the the NFL teams that existed before the NFL-AFL merger in 1970. Since then, the Seattle Seahawks, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Carolina Panthers have been added to the league. This makes up a total of 16 teams in the NFC conference, and altogether 32 teams in the NFL. Once the regular football season comes to a close, a round of playoff games begin with the top six teams of the NFC, which include the four division champions and two wild card teams. After two rounds, the remaining two teams face each other in the last round to determine that conference’s champion in the NFC Championship game. The site of the game is determined by seed ranking, so the host is the team with the highest seed ranking at that point.

The first NFC Championship game occurred in 1970 between the Dallas Cowboys and the San Francisco 49ers, the Cowboys winning the conference with a score of 17-10. As of 2013, the Dallas Cowboys and the San Francisco 49ers are tied with the most NFC Championship appearances at 14, and the Cowboys with the most wins at 8, and the 49ers with 6 wins. The George Halas Trophy has been awarded to the NFC champion since 1984, and was redesigned in the 2010-2011 season by Tiffany & Co. Get your tickets for the NFC Championship ready to go and be there for all the action!

The 2013 NFC Championship Game is coming up and teams are fired up to get into the Super Bowl. But first one team has to emerge as the best in the National Football Conference so get your tickets today! This game promises to be one of the best of the season and players, coaches and fans all across the country are ready for some playoff NFL football. Its going to be a fantastic end to the season so get your tickets for the 2015 NFC Championship Game before its too late!

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