We hope your team has had a very successful spring and tryout season. We would like to thank your team for attending and supporting our events!
As your team is making plans for the upcoming 2017 Fall season, here are a few wonderful tournaments for you to look at:
SPORTING CLUB 3v3 CLASSIC
Saturday July 8th, 2017
GSI Sports proudly celebrates its 18th year hosting the Sporting Club 3v3 Classic at Stump Park Soccer Complex in Shawnee, Kansas. We are very excited that teams who will play at the 3v3 tournament will get to watch the Swope Park Rangers play against the Rio Grande Valley FC team at Swope Park Village at 7:30 pm!
GSI SUMMER COLLEGE SHOWCASE
July 21-23, 2017 – Entry deadline July 1st
This will be the 8th Annual GSI Summer College Showcase held at the first-class Swope Soccer Village in Kansas City, Missouri. The showcase promises to bring the best Boys and Girls U15-U19 players throughout the Midwest. All who participate will demonstrate their talents and abilities to men’s and women’s college coaches from all over the Midwest.
August 4-6, 2017
The COPA KC Showcase soccer tournament is established and recognized as the premier “curtain raiser” for the fall season. It will provide all teams with the perfect tune up after the summer break! The COPA KC is a great tournament for all teams to play four guaranteed games before the fall season starts while allowing coaches to instill their tactical ideas, practice team shape and formation, and get players ready for the upcoming season.
GSI FALL CUP
September 8-10, 2017
The GSI FALL CUP has a seven-year history of being one of the most admired lower level premier tournaments of the year. Our dedicated staff works hard to create competitive divisions that include teams of similar strengths and abilities. A wonderful event for ALL lower level premier teams!
KIXX SEPTEMBER SHOWDOWN
September 15-17, 2017
GSI Sports and Kixx United FC have partnered to bring you the 2017 KIXX SEPTEMBER SHOWDOWN!
This event will be the FIRST to be held at the brand new O’Fallon Family Sports Park in O’Fallon, Illinois. Situated on I64 and Greenmount Road, the O’Fallon Family Sports Park will feature 12 playing fields — four with natural grass and eight with cutting-edge synthetic turf — that provide a premier, soccer-specific playing surface for all levels of play.
THE PRISON BREAK
October 6-8, 2017
We’re back! GSI Sports has once again partnered with the Leavenworth Soccer Association to bring you and your team a quality and competitive Division III and below soccer tournament. Leavenworth has a 28-block historic shopping district, which includes antique shops, restaurants, a brewery and a variety of artisan gift shops. This is the perfect out-of-town tournament for a weekend of good soccer and family fun in Leavenworth, Kansas.
THE GSI GOLD RIBBON TOURNAMENT
October 27-29, 2017
GSI Sports is proud to announce the 3rd Annual GSI “Gold Ribbon” Soccer Tournament. GSI Sports is “Kickin’ Cancer” one goal at a time. Join us in the fight to raise money for Childhood Cancer research. We raised more than $11,000 over the last two years with your help!
November 17-19, 2017
As part of this new Sporting Club Network agreement, both entities will partner to rebrand the existing GSI College Showcase as “SHOWCASE KC,” with the first edition of the new and improved event set to take place Nov. 17-19, 2017. This event will be played throughout the Kansas City metropolitan area at various world-class turf facilities, including the Wyandotte County Youth Soccer Complex in Kansas City, Kansas.
SHOWCASE ST. LOUIS
December 1-3, 2017
GSI Sports will host the inaugural SHOWCASE ST. LOUIS event at the brand new turf complex in O’Fallon, Illinois, to provide a showcase to connect college coaches and potential players.
This new showcase offers high school aged players a chance to showcase their skills in front of college coaches from all over the Midwest. Early December is the perfect time of year for soccer players to showcase in front of collegiate coaches. All high school programs will be finished by this date, and the majority of college programs will be looking to watch future players for their programs at this time.