Template:Infobox NCAA Division I FCS season

2021 NCAA Division I FCS season
Regular season
NCAA Division I FCS football seasons
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{{Infobox NCAA Division I FCS season
| year = 
| image = 
| image_caption = 
| number_of_teams = 
| regular_season = 
| playoffs = 
| nc_date = 
| championship = 
| champions = 
| payton = 
| buchanan = 


  • denotes a required field
Parameter Explanation Example
year* The year of the season. 2018
image An image for the season. Follow Wikipedia guidelines. [[Image:Example.png|200px]]
image_caption A caption for the image, if provided. 2018 NCAA season
number_of_teams Total number of teams competing in the division this season. 41
regular_season* The dates of the first and last games of the regular season. Omit years. August 30 – November 22
playoffs* The dates of the first and last games of the playoff bracket. Omit years. Note: for seasons when the National Championship game (below) is played in January, recommended to list the date of the final December game here (which will be a semifinal). November 29 – December 19
nc_date* The date of the National Championship game. Include the year. Page link to the article about the specific championship game, if it exists. January 5, 2019
championship* The name of the stadium hosting the National Championship game and the city/state where it is located. [[Finley Stadium]], [[Chattanooga, TN]]
champions The name of the team that won the National Championship. [[2000 Georgia Southern Eagles football team|Georgia Southern Eagles]]
payton The winner of the Walter Payton Award (top I-AA player 1987–1994, top I-AA/FCS offensive player 1995–present). [[John Doe]]
buchanan The winner of the Buck Buchanan Award (top I-AA/FCS defensive player 1995–present). [[John Doe]]