Hope Skate | 2220 N 20th St Omaha, NE 68110

  • Each player must complete a waiver before they’re eligible to play in any session game.
  • Coaches and referees must have a background check completed by The Hope Center for Kids.

For questions or to complete your background check, please contact Katie Paul, at or (402) 341-4673 x1051.


Jr. VBA Session Rules

VBA Session Rules

Liability Waiver (18 and younger)

Liability Waiver (19 and older)




Session 6 of Jr VBA will begin on June 26, 2018. Games will take place on Tuesday nights beginning at 5:15pm.

Schedule will be posted as soon as it's available. 

 Week 1 June 26

Week 2 July 3 NO GAMES

Week 3 July 10

Week 4 July 17

Week 5 July 24

Week 6 July 31

Week 7 August 7

Week 8 August 14

Week 9 August 21  

Week 10 August 28 

Week 11 September 4 Playoffs

Week 12 September 11 Championship




5:15pm Elite Eight vs Hoop Story

6:15pm MAYS vs Hoopin' Homies

6:30pm Liberty Ballers vs The  O.NE

7:15pm HH & Co vs Hope Center

7:30pm Northside Ballers vs Talons

bye: Unranked, YouTurn


5:15pm MAYS vs Talons

6:15pm Northside Ballers vs The O.NE

6:30pm Hope Center vs YouTurn

7:15pm Liberty Ballers vs Elite Eight

7:30pm Hoopin' Homies vs Unranked

bye: HH & Co, Hoop Story


5:15pm HH & Co vs Hoop Story

6:15pm Hoopin' Homies vs Elite Eight

6:30pm MAYS vs The O.NE

7:15pm Talons vs YouTurn

7:30pm Liberty Ballers vs Unranked

bye: Hope Center, Northside Ballers


5:15pm Hoopin' Homies vs YouTurn

6:15pm HH & Co vs Talons

6:30pm MAYS vs Northside Ballers

7:15pm Hope Center vs Elite Eight

7:30pm Hoop Story vs Unranked

bye: Liberty Ballers, The O.NE


5:15pm Hoop Story vs The O.NE

6:15pm HH & Co vs YouTurn

6:30pm MAYS vs Unranked

7:15pm Hope Center vs Northside Ballers

7:30pm Hoopin' Homies vs Liberty Ballers

bye: Talons, Elite Eight


5:15pm Hope Center vs Talons

6:15pm Northside Ballers vs Elite Eight

6:30pm Hoop Story vs MAYS

7:15pm HH & Co. vs The O.NE

7:30pm Unranked vs YouTurn

bye: Hoopin' Homies, Liberty Ballers


5:15pm Liberty Ballers vs MAYS

6:15pm Hoopin' Homies vs Talons

6:30pm HH & Co. vs Unranked

7:15pm Northside Ballers vs YouTurn

7:30pm Hoop Story vs Hope Center

bye: The O.NE, Elite Eight


5:15pm Hoopin' Homies vs HH & Co

6:15pm Hoop Story vs Northside Ballers

6:30pm Talons vs The O.NE

7:15pm Hope Center vs Liberty Ballers

7:30pm Elite Eight vs YouTurn

bye: MAYS, Unranked


5:15pm The O.NE vs YouTurn

6:15pm Hope Center vs MAYS

6:30pm Liberty Ballers vs Talons

7:15pm Hoopin' Homies vs Northside Ballers

7:30pm Elite Eight vs Unranked

bye: HH & Co, Hoop Story


5:15pm Northside Ballers vs Unranked

6:15pm HH & Co. vs Liberty Ballers

6:30pm MAYS vs Elite Eight

7:15pm Hope Center vs The O.NE

7:30pm Hoop Story vs YouTurn

bye: Hoopin' Homies, Talons

PLAYOFFS August 27th  

CHAMPIONSHIP September 10th


Through the collaborative work of Omaha 360 community partners, the Village Basketball Alliance was formed in 2011, to provide a community league where young people, from different neighborhoods, could have a positive, healthy competition with the support of caring adult role models. An unanticipated outcome of the Village Basketball Alliance was the longevity in participation. Many of the league’s original participants are now in their 20s and have become increasingly positive role models to the youth in our community. League partners noticed the need to provide an additional opportunity to younger participants. In 2016, the Jr. Village Basketball Alliance hosted its first session with over 45 youth participants, ages 14-19.

Every session, the Village Basketball Alliance, strives to achieve the following goals for each youth and young adult participating in the league.

Skill Development
Each youth and young adult will develop and strengthen healthy social skills, including teamwork, communication, accepting decisions, following instructions and competitive sportsmanship.

Bonding Effects
Each youth and young adult will experience the support, care and security of positive adult relationships, in which they feel a strong bond. Youth and young adults will form new relationships with other league participants.

Protective Effects
Each youth and young adult will experience safety and security during league play.