Broomball is so much fun that you will not even notice that you are getting a great cardio work out! It's basically a bunch of folks running on ice trying to whack a ball into a net. We welcome people of all skill levels, especially first timers. Men, women, young, old, singles, pairs, groups, all are welcome.

The cost to play a drop-in game is $10, which includes all equipment needed (shoes, sticks,etc) although you might want to bring your own knee pads.  This is similar in cost to pick up hockey or open skate.  If you end up liking broomball (and you will!), you can also join the league, which ends up being around $7/game.

League starts in the Fall and goes through May. These games tend to be more competitive and team unity improves. This is the best way to improve skills! Talk to us about joining.

You can email questions to omahabroomball@gmail.com


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  • Peter Todd founded Omaha Broomball Club

    on April 25

 
Founded Apr 25, 2010

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  • Ralston League

    Opportunity to play full ice competitive league broomball.

  • Moylan IcePlex

    Moylan is a proud sponsor of the Omaha Broomball Club Meetup group!

  • Broomball.com

    Darrell sponsors the UNL club team and will match any website price.

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    USA Broomball is the main governing body. They support Omaha Broomball.

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    UNL Broomball Club - join or start club at another school, email us.

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    OB is supplying nets, shoes*, gear*, and leadership. (*limited amount)

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