MATCH DAY INFORMATION
WELCOME TO THE BOB DEVANEY SPORTS CENTER
One of the premier volleyball venues, the Bob Devaney Sports Center has sold-out every regular season match since the Huskers moved from the Coliseum in 2013. Below you will find useful information for making the most of you day with Nebraska Volleyball.
Doors open 90 minutes prior to the start of the match. If Nebraska is not playing in the first match, doors will open 60 minutes prior to the start of the match. The doors will close after the second set.
Will Call tickets will be available for pickup at the Bob Devaney Sports Center ticket window on the north concourse at the top of the ramp when doors open. Media Will Call is available at the south side, court level entrance. A photo ID is required to pick up Will Call tickets.
The Red Cross is located on the southwest corner of the concourse level.
The ATM is located on the northeast corner of the main concourse level.
LOST AND FOUND
Items may be claimed by contacting the Athletics Events Office at (402) 472-1003. All lost and found items will be kept until the end of the season.
ASSISTIVE LISTENING SYSTEM EQUIPMENT
Assistive Listening System Equipment is available for checkout at the guest relations desk in the Hendricks Lobby with a valid I.D.
Smoking is NOT permitted in the Devaney Center. If you choose to leave the building to smoke, you must have your game ticket to re-enter the Devaney Center.
The following items are not permitted inside Memorial Stadium:
- Coolers, large bags, and backpacks
- Noise makers
- Glass bottles and cans
- Alcoholic beverages or controlled substances
- Video cameras
- Banners/flags on poles
- Open umbrellas
- Outside food/drink
- Concealed weapons
- Limited use of cameras and portable radios is permitted. Flash photography is prohibited. Game action may not be filmed. Consideration of other spectators is expected.
Text Messaging with UNL Police: In case of emergencies or to report a disturbance in your area, send a SMS text message to 69050. Begin the message with UNLPD, then type in complaint and location. Standard SMS text message rates apply. This is a two-way texting system that will allow the UNL Police to respond back as needed.