ACC Championship Game to remain in Charlotte through 2030 season

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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