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The NCAADivision III Football Championship is the Division III NCAA Football Game that is played every year in December to determine the NationalChampion of College Football's Division III level. The NCAA Division III Football Championship began in 1973. Before 1973, most of the schools now inDivision III competed in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). TheDivision III playoffs begin with 32 teams selected to participate in theplayoffs. The Division III championship game, known as the "Stagg Bowl", has been playedannually in Salem, Virginia at Salem FootballStadium since 1993. Itwas previously played in Phenix City, Alabama at Garrett-HarrisonStadium (1973–1982,1985–1989), at the CollegeFootball Hall of Fame, when the Hall was located in Kings Island, Ohio at GalbreathField (1983–1984), and Bradenton, Florida at Hawkins Stadium (1990–1992).MountUnion has appeared inthe last ten Stagg Bowls—defeating Wisconsin–Whitewater in 2005, 2006, and 2008; losing toWisconsin–Whitewater in 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, and 2014; and defeating Universityof St. Thomas in 2012. In 1969, theNCAA started two regional championship games for small college teams: the EastRegional's Knute Rockne Bowl andthe West's Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl. When the NCAA developed a national Division IIIchampionship game in 1973, the Stagg Bowl name and the host city of PhenixCity, Alabama was chosen.
1973 NCAA Division III Football Championship Game is being broadcast live from Garrett-Harrison Stadium in Phenix City, Alabama. The Wittenberg Tigers vs. Juniata College.
The 2015 NCAA Division III Football Championship Game is being broadcast live from Salem Football Stadium in Salem, Virginia. Two undefeated teams are going for the 2015 Championship between The University of St. Thomas (Minnesota) Tommies (14-0) who take on the Mount Union Purple Raiders (14-0).
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