2021 Omaha Invite thanks our sponsors:

2021 Omaha Invite

12, 13, 14 February 2021

at 

The Papillion Landing Field House

1046 W Lincoln Street
Papillion, NE 68046


All registrations include 2 spectator admissions and an athlete gift. 

Full refunds (except the cost of the athlete gift) will be given if public health constraints prevent the competition from happening.

Admission wristbands will be provided for 2 spectators at the door at the time of athlete check-in.  Spectators MUST bring their own chairs in order to facilitate socially distanced seating in an open seating space.  The venue will not provide bleecher seating.  At this time we will limit admissions to 2 spectators per athlete.  However, if public health constraints allow for additional spectator capacity, we will accept cash admissions at the door for extra spectators.  We will publish updated instructions to this website no later than 1 week prior to the event. 


Please contact Alex at Sarpy County Tourism for assistance in finding the best local hotel accomodations. 

aschiphoff@sarpy.com

402.332.5771


Tentative competition schedule to be posted by Jan 12th


Public Health and Safety Precautions for the conduct of the meet:

Current spectator capacity for public spaces is 25% in Sarpy County.  Each spectator will need to bring their own bag chair or foldable chair.  Spectators will be provided an open space lining the competition field in which to seat themselves. 6 foot increments will be marked on the floor of the seating area as a guideline for proper social distancing.  

Per City of Papillion Health Guidelines everyone attending the event is required to wear a mask.  Athletes will be permitted to remove their masks while physically on the equipment warming up and competing.  

Please keep in mind that this competition will be happening on the artificial turf of an indoor soccer field.  We strongly recommend that athletes wear sliders or flip flops between competition events in order to reduce the build-up of turf particulate on the bottoms of their feet.  

Updates to this information will be made regularly as local public health conditions change.