When is the College World Series? Teams, brackets, schedule and how to watch

The Kentucky Wildcats baseball team is set to mark a significant milestone by making its debut in the NCAA College World Series. This achievement comes on the heels of their remarkable sweep against Oregon State.

The 2024 Men's College World Series will commence on Friday, June 14, and extend through Monday, June 24, providing an intense and thrilling competition for college baseball fans.

The games will be hosted at Charles Schwab Field Omaha, a distinguished venue in Omaha, Nebraska, which has been the home of the Men's College World Series since 2011 after it transitioned from the historic Rosenblatt Stadium.

The competition will see top teams from across Division I baseball vying for the championship title. The participating teams include the University of Tennessee, University of Kentucky, Florida State University, University of Virginia, University of Florida.

The winner of the upcoming matchup between the University of Georgia and North Carolina State. The game schedule features highly anticipated matchups: No. 1 Tennessee will face No. 8 Florida State; No. 2 Kentucky will compete against the winner of the Georgia vs. NC State game.

No. 4 North Carolina will take on No. 12 Virginia; and No. 3 Texas A&M will go head-to-head with Florida. Specific times for these games will be determined as the series progresses.

The climax of the tournament, the finals, are scheduled to take place from June 22 to June 24, determining the ultimate champion of the Division I College World Series. For those who cannot attend in person, the excitement of the series will be broadcast live on ESPN.

Charles Schwab Field Omaha, the venue for the series, is a prominent location steeped in tradition. It has been the site of the Men's College World Series since 2011, continuing Omaha's long history as the heart of college baseball's championship events.

The city has hosted the series since 1950, originally at Rosenblatt Stadium, reinforcing its legacy as a central hub for college baseball excellence.