The ACC Championship game is staying in Charlotte, North Carolina, through the 2030 season, the conference announced Thursday.
"Charlotte has been a tremendous home for the Dr Pepper ACC Football Championship Game and we're pleased to announce the Queen City as our championship destination through 2030," said commissioner John Swofford in a statement.
During the game’s tenure in Charlotte, the championship has held four sold-out crowds, including last season’s game featuring Clemson and Miami.
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