The 10th Annual Nutmeg Tournament has been designed to specifically cater to Division 3 – 10 boys and girls teams, it's a great mid-season tournament for lower level premier and recreational teams.
Other GSI tournaments have been established as key area events for top premier teams, such as the Showcase KC, Elite 120 College Showcase, Gold Ribbon, Border Battle and the KC Champions Cup. This tournament, the GSI Fall Cup and Prison Break is designed for Division 3 – 10 level teams. It matches the abilities of these Division premier teams, so that each game can be competitive and challenging for all involved. Division I and II teams will not be accepted. The Nutmeg is held at of the finest soccer facilities in the KC Metro area – The Polo Fields are NOW back to their very best after much needed rest!
GSI Tournament Director
800.950.1110 ext 7763 - toll free
913.660.7763 - phone
913.451.2141 - fax
Simply log on to www.GCITeamTravel.com, select the tournament you’d like to reserve rooms for and follow the prompts to make your selection and room request.
I just wanted to drop you a quick note to say Thank you for organising the Nutmeg Tournament. Our Team, parents and boys alike had a fantastic experience. Your communications were very helpful (unlike most tournament organisers!). We were lucky the weather cooperated and allowed us to complete all the games.
Excellent weekend Huw! Thanks to you and GSI for a great weekend. As a Coach, I found the officiating and the overall experience to be top notch, which is something we don’t always find as we travel around to tourney’s and here in KC. Many comments from the parents about the organization and communication about games and weather, etc. They appreciated the availability of info, especially with the tentative weather issues. Thanks for your hard work!
I just wanted to send a quick thank you for the terrific time we had at the Nutmeg Tournament this past weekend. Everything was very well-organized and up-to-the-minute, and you did a great job keeping everyone apprised of possible weather contingencies. Good call on the lightning threat on Saturday evening — I've been a tournament director too and I know how hard it can be to make that decision early enough to keep everyone safe.
Our team really enjoyed playing in the Nutmeg tournament. We know as a U12 team playing up to U13 we will have challenges, with that being said I had several parents ask me a question I could not answer. The Quest Predators (not Blue) are a KC Metro league A1 division team. Our parents asked what A1 (top division) in KC Metro league equates to in Heartland. While we lost that game 3-0, the boys had great fun frustrating that team and not letting them blow us out. We used the experience as a positive. The Center Referee in that game was the absolute best I have run across in any tournament that we played in. I want to compliment him and both AR's.