The RAM National Circuit Finals Rodeo is the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association's national championship. The top cowboys from the 12 PRCA Circuits, across the United States, Canada and Mexico, will compete in each of the seven traditional rodeo events for $500,000 plus prizes. Contestants must qualify to compete. The RAM NCFR is a tournament-style rodeo where each contestant competes in two rounds, with the top eight in each event advancing to the semifinals. The top four from the semifinals will compete in a sudden-death round for the National Title in their respective event.
The RAM National Circuit Finals Rodeo was scheduled for April in Kissimmee, Florida, but was postponed due to COVID-19. The PRCA and the Greeley Stampede are partnering to host this year's championship in September, instead of the already scheduled Spud Rodeo.