Nebraska Football Road Race

Presented by The Lincoln Track Club

What: 5K and 1-Mile Run Run

When: Sunday, July 15

Start Time: 8 AM (5K will follow immediately after 1-Mile Fun Run)

Register: Click Here

Enjoy the opportunity to meet the 2018 Husker Football Team! The players will be at the race to take photos, sign autographs, and interact with fans!

  • 5K - $30
  • 1-Mile Fun Run $25
  • Online registration is open until Tuesday, July 10th at midnight CST.
  • After July 10th individuals can register in-person at The Lincoln Running Company (**Cash or Check Only**) for a late registration fee: $40 for the 5K and $30 for the 1-Mile Fun run.
  • Race day registration will be available for each race near the start/finish line for $40, but will not be listed in results due to chip timing.
  • Donation to The Buffet Cancer Center at UNMC to benefit pediatric brain cancer research
  • Race T-Shirt
  • Nebraska Football Road Race Bracelet
  • * Exclusive Passes to a Nebraska Football Practice (The first 1,000 registrants will be invited to watch an exclusive pre-season Nebraska Football practice/scrimmage. More information will be sent in a follow up email after the race, if you have any questions about the practice please email scowger@huskers.com
  • Friday, July 13th from 12:00 PM 6:00 PM; Saturday, July 14th from 9:00 AM 5:00 PM
  • Location: Lincoln Running Company (1213 Q St, Lincoln, NE 68508)
  • All UNL lots, UNL parking garages, and downtown meters are available for race day parking

Nebraska Football is committed to a cure!

100% of funds will go directly to pediatric brain cancer research at the Buffett Cancer Center at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. The Nebraska Football Team has a long, meaningful history supporting the Pediatric Brain Cancer community. Sparked by the 69-yard touchdown run of pediatric brain cancer patient Jack Hoffman in the 2013 Spring Football Game, the team decided to take on the task of raising awareness and funds for the rare disease. Since then, the Road Race has helped raise more than $100,000 for pediatric brain cancer research.