Tampa, Florida – The USL League announced today that the 2020 League Finals originally scheduled to be held on Friday, October 30th will not be held.
The order was cancelled after many people on the Omaha Federation Protected Persons list tested positive for COVID-19. All personnel were immediately quarantined at home, refreshed under the care of team doctors and infectious disease experts, are recovering, and comply with all local and state health and wellness procedures.
The USL headquarters cooperated with the Greenville Triumph Team, the Omaha League and a council of the League to determine before the resumption of the game this season. If necessary, the points of each game during the regular season will be implemented to determine its 2020 championship. Triumph SC averaged 2.1
USL President Jake Edwards (Jake Edwards) said: “Although we are very disappointed that the finals could not be played, we would like to congratulate the two clubs for their brilliant results in the 2020 season.” “The Omaha League this season Our league has added excitement, and we can’t wait to witness all their future success. We also want to congratulate our league champion Triumph SC for their outstanding performance in 16 regular season games and winning the championship. We want to thank The first-rate and professional level of the two clubs. The future of the first league is still very bright.”