About the Host Committee
The College Football Playoff (CFP) is a four-team event to determine college football’s national champion on the field. The two winning teams from the Playoff Semifinals compete for the College Football Playoff National Championship. Since its inception in 2015, the national championship game has been played in a different host community each year, selected through a highly competitive bid process. In 2017, Miami was awarded its first CFP National Championship Game. While the Orange Bowl Committee has taken on a leadership role in regard to the 2021 bid and staffing, the Host Committee is a collaborative effort of the entire community, with its Board populated by a diverse group of South Florida leaders.
Extra Yard For Teachers Initiative
The CFP Foundation's primary platform, Extra Yard for Teachers, elevates the teaching profession by inspiring and empowering teachers through the implementation of programs in four focus areas: resources, recognition, recruitment and professional development.
About the College Football Playoff
Learn about the CFP
The College Football Playoff (CFP) determines the national champion of the top division of college football. The format fits within the academic calendar and preserves the sport’s unique and compelling regular season.