• Weekly Zoom Meetings

    For now, all of our meetings are virtual. Tiger Club members can join us on Tuesdays at noon to listen to and chat with our speakers.

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The Tiger Club of Kansas City is exclusively dedicated to supporting Mizzou Athletics in the Greater Kansas City Area through informational programming, fundraising and social interaction.

2021 Golf Tournament

Mark your calendar!

Planning is underway to resume the Tiger Club of Kansas City’s annual golf tournament. The 2021 Annual Tiger Club Golf Classic is set for Monday, August 23rd. PLEASE NOTE THE DATE HAS MOVED TO AUGUST and the format will be adapted to accommodate the demands of a pandemic. Planning is underway.

Plan to attend this great annual event at Lakewood Oaks Country Club.

We will keep you updated.

Upcoming Zoom Meetings

Chris Gervino

March 2 at Noon

Chris is a Mizzou football and basketball radio voice

Jeff Passan

March 9 at Noon

Jeff is an ESPN columnist covering Major League Baseball

TBA

March 16 at Noon

Speaker to be announced

Zoom Meetings

Mizzou football season is upon us, and that means it’s time for Tiger Club of Kansas City weekly luncheons. While we can’t meet in person, that’s not going to stop us … we’re going to Zoom it! Going forward, our plan is to have live Zoom meetings each Tuesday at noon, where current Tiger Club members can watch live and ask questions via chat. Stay tuned to your email, our social media accounts and this website for further details. If you’re not already a current member, please join the Tiger Club so you don’t miss out.

Meeting days and starting times for our weekly Zoom meetings are just like our in-person lunches: Noon on Tuesdays during the academic year.

2020

September 22 – Souichi Terada, MIZZOU beat writer for Kansas City Star Watch here
September 29 – Dennis Dodd, CBS SportsLine.com’s college football senior writer
October 6 – Blair Kerkhoff, Sports columnist for the Kansas City Star
October 13 – Soren Petro, Sports Radio 810 host of “The Program”
October 20 – Steven St. John, Sports Radio 810 host of “The Border Patrol”
October 27 – Gary Barnett, Sports USA announcer and radio analyst for Colorado Buffaloes, former Mizzou Wide Receiver and D1 head football coach
November 3 – Vahe Gregorian, Sports columnist for the Kansas City Star
November 10 – Howard Richards, color analyst for Mizzou Football on Learfield Sports
November 17 – Sam Mellinger, Sports columnist for the Kansas City Star
November 24 – Mike Kelly, Voice of the Tigers
December 1 – Joe Walljasper, freelance writer and contributor to PowerMizzou.com
December 8 – Danny Heitert, Missouri high school football recruiting specialist
December 15 – Blair Kerkhoff, Sports columnist for the Kansas City Star
December 22 – Ben Arnet, Sports Director for KOMU-TV
December 29 – Mike DeCourcy, college basketball columnist at Sporting News

2021

January 5 – Gabe DeArmond, PowerMizzou.com publisher
January 12 – Vahe Gregorian, sports columnist for the Kansas City Star
January 19 – Dave Matter, Mizzou athletics beat writer for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch & STLtoday.com
January 26 – Jon Sundvold – former Mizzou basketball All-American, ESPN analyst and Missouri Sports Hall of Fame member
February 2 – Jarrett Sutton, SEC basketball color analyst and scout for New Orleans NBA Pelicans
February 9 – Pat Forde, Sports Illustrated columnist, and Mitchell Forde, PowerMizzou.com staff
February 16 – Adam Teicher, ESPN reporter covering the Chiefs
February 23 – Tom Hart, play-by-play commentator for SEC Network
March 2 – Chris Gervino, Mizzou football and basketball radio voice
March 9 – Jeff Passan, baseball columnist for ESPN
March 16 – TBD
March 23 – Alec Lewis, staff writer at The Athletic covering the Kansas City Royals


OTHER EVENTS

Planning is underway to resume our annual golf tournament set for Monday, August 23rd featuring a new date and format to meet the demands of a pandemic. We’ll keep you updated.

Videos

Previous Speakers

Tom Hart

Adam Teicher

Pat and Mitchell Forde

Tiger Club of Kansas City is proud to support the University of Missouri Athletic Department and Tiger fans in the Kansas City metro area.

In addition to hosting regular weekly lunches during football and basketball season, the Tiger Club hosts special events throughout the year to bring MIZZOU fans in the Kansas City metro together to celebrate being a Tiger. Our annual events include our annual Golf Tournament featuring celebrities from the MU Athletic Department and former players. Past guests include Head Coaches Barry Odom and Cuonzo Martin along with members of their staffs. In August, we host the SEC Block Party. MIZZOU alumni along with alumni groups from other SEC Schools are part of the event hosted at Chicken N Pickle in North Kansas City. We also host Power Hour Happy Hour events. A celebrity guest entertains and offers insight into MIZZOU sports. Several Power Hour events are scheduled during the year. The Tiger Club has also hosted trips to away regular season football games.

The Tiger Club is a totally volunteer organization.

In addition to hosting regular weekly lunches during football and basketball season, the Tiger Club hosts special events throughout the year to bring MIZZOU fans in the Kansas City metro together to celebrate being a Tiger.

Sponsors

The official sponsors of the Tiger Club of Kansas City. Please support those who support us!

Chicken N Pickle

Chicken N Pickle

KC Tiger Club PickleBall HQ – North Kansas City

1761 Burlington St
North Kansas City, MO 64116
Phone: 816-537-1400

The Sports Scene

The Sports Scene

Mizzou Gear and Apparel – Downtown Lee’s Summit

309 SE Douglas
Lee’s Summit, MO 64063

Conrad’s Restaurant & Alehouse

Conrad’s Restaurant & Alehouse

KC Tiger Club Bar – Liberty Triangle

210 Missouri 291
Liberty, MO 64068
Phone: 816-407-1717

Nick Witthaus

Nick Witthaus

Web Services Provider

nick@tigerboard.com
Columbia, MO
Phone: 573-200-6499

Stables Grill

Stables Grill

KC Tiger Club Bar – Kearney

627 Missouri 92
Kearney, MO 64060
Phone: 816-903-3000

Latest News

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StL Post-Dispatch

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