SEPTEMBER 25TH UNION OMAHA MATCH VS. FC TUCSON TO BE PLAYED AT CREIGHTON’S MORRISON STADIUM
PAPILLION, Neb. (August 26, 2021) – Union Omaha announced today that the match on September 25th vs. FC Tucson will now be played at Creighton’s Morrison Stadium. Kick-off is still scheduled for 7:00pm CT.
“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to play in this top-notch stadium right in the heart of Omaha,” said Union Omaha General Manager Peter Marlette. “The chance to showcase our team in another area of Omaha and on a field that Coach Mims called home for so long, was one we couldn’t pass on.”
All season ticket holders and single game ticket purchasers will have their tickets transferred automatically to the Creighton University ticket system and will receive an email from the Union Omaha Ticket Office with instructions on how to create an account to access those digital tickets. If you do not receive an email to access your digital tickets, please contact the Union Omaha Ticket Office at 402-738-5100.
All season ticket holders will be assigned GA seating in the reserved seating sections located on the west side of Morisson Stadium. A season ticket holder pass will be emailed to you that will allow access to those exclusive sections. All other tickets will be assigned GA seating in the remainder of Morrison Stadium. Any ticket holders who currently have parking passes will be allowed free parking at Morrison Stadium. More details on that process will be send directly to those account holders.
Tickets are still being sold for this match and all new tickets can be purchased through the Creighton University Ticket Office via this link:
ABOUT UNION OMAHA
Union Omaha, a member of USL League One, is the only professional soccer team in the state of Nebraska. USL League One is a United States Soccer Federation-sanctioned professional men’s soccer league that occupies the third tier of the American soccer landscape, below USL Championship (tier two) and Major League Soccer (tier one). Union Omaha plays its home matches at Werner Park in Sarpy County, also home to the Omaha Storm Chasers of Minor League Baseball. The team is led by General Manager Peter Marlette in the front office and by Head Coach Jay Mims on the field.