New format for Weekly luncheons Set to Resume Virtually
We are working on a weekly lunchtime speaker schedule. Programs will be virtual and format will be evolving. Tuesday, September 22, beginning at noon, we will broadcast our initial offering of the fall season featuring Souichi Terada, the Mizzou beat writer for the Kansas City Star. Our program this week will be taped and will be available to view after the initial broadcast. Below is the link to view the broadcast. We are still investigating the possibility of making our programs interactive.
September 22 Speaker:
Speaker: Souchi Terada , Kansas City Star Mizzou beat writer
Date: September 22
Web Link: “Souichi Terada Virtually Visits with KC Tiger Club”
Time: Presentation will go active at noon
Online Auction for Alabama v. Mizzou football tickets
Much like we would do at our weekly lunches, we will be auctioning Tiger Club tickets for the Alabama v. Mizzou football game on Saturday, September 26. Using the Bid Beacon app, we will be accepting bids from now through noon Wednesday, September 23rd.
You can bid using your desktop computer or by downloading the app to your mobile device.
In line with Mizzou’s new ticketing procedures, tickets will be transferred electronically to the winning bidder. You will need a Ticketmaster account and the Mizzou Tigers app to make this happen.
Also…. Football Parking Passes are available for purchase
Click here for information and instructions for the online auction and how to purchase the parking pass
Blazing New Trails with the Tigers in Kansas City
2020 Tiger Club Membership Drive Kicks Off
Take advantage of being part of the only group in the Kansas City area exclusively committed to supporting the athletic programs at Mizzou. The ways we get together will change this year but we are still working to connect Tiger fans here in the Kansas City area.
It will be different as we set out on the 2020-21 year!
The 2020-21 Membership Drive is underway. Dues this year remain the same at $50 allowing us to continue to support Mizzou Athletics and Mizzou fans in the Kansas City area. As our commitment to the well-being of our Kansas City Mizzou Tiger fans remains firm, the format will evolve as conditions warrant. The Tiger Club of Kansas City keeps you connected with Mizzou Athletics.
What your membership means and how to join here.
See Tigers take on the Crimson Tide on National TV
When the Missouri Tigers kick off to open the Eliah Drinkwitz era against Alabama, it’ll come with a nationally televised audience and a night game at Faurot Field and Chicken N Pickle is hosting a watch party for Tiger fans. Plenty of space for social distancing while watching the Tigers.
Date: Saturday, September 26
Game Time: 6 pm
Location: Chicken N Pickle, 1761 Burlington St., North Kansas City, MO 64116
KC Star introduces New Way to Get Your Mizzou News
The Kansas City Star has just launched the new Mizzou Zone newsletter. Originally an app, they are moving to a newsletter instead. Much easier way to get your Mizzou news. Here’s the link:
Subscripton to the paper is not required but is welcome.
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.
2020 Virtual Luncheon Speaker Schedule
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
Our plans are under review with consideration being given to the well being of our Kansas City fans