The Hawaiʻi Bowl is a post-season National Collegiate Athletic Association Football Bowl Subdivision college football bowl game that has been played annually at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii since 2002. Typically played on either Christmas Day or Christmas Eve, the game matches teams from either Conference USA or the Pac-12 and a team from the Mountain West Conference. As part of the bowl charter, a "Hawaiʻi guarantee" allows the University of Hawaiʻi the Hawaiʻi Bowl bid, regardless of its conference standing, provided it is bowl eligible and doesn't qualify for the BCS. If Hawaiʻi is not eligible then another MWC Member gets chosen. This continues a tradition started when Hawaiʻi was a member of the Western Athletic Conference.
The bowl is one of six post-season contests run by ESPN Regional Television, a subsidiary of ESPN, which has carried the game since its outset.