Our Red, White & Blue Tournament is just around the corner, Dec 7-9 with more than 200 teams registered to date! Under the enthusiastic leadership of our Tournament Director, Becki Smorynski, this year’s tournament stands to be the largest and best tournament in recent years. With teams from Oklahoma, Louisiana, North, South, East & West Texas, the competition will be outstanding!
The Red, White & Blue tournament began in 2014 with just over 60 teams. Since then it has grown due to the dedication of our tournament staff and the support of teams from all across the southern U.S. The RWB offers a great experience for players, families and supporters through interactions with our vendors, the quality of the fields, the support of our city partners, Carrollton, Farmers Branch and The Colony and the overall environment of the tournament. Working diligently with teams, Becki and scheduler Kathy Ray do all possible to avoid conflicts, consistently communicating and finding solutions to the needs of teams to ensure the best weekend possible for every team. It is part of who we are, part of the overall personality of the tournament and what we hope all teams take away after participating.
Liverpool is proud of our full tournament staff including Tournament Director- Becki Smorynski, registrar- Kathy McGuffin, webmaster- Frank Will, our academy administrator and registrar- Manuela and Art Cote and the hundreds of volunteers who will pitch in the day of the tournament! The tournament is an extraordinary effort that truly highlights the family atmosphere here at Liverpool. We couldn’t make this tournament the success it is without the unyielding support of our coaching staff. “It is a ‘pridepoint’ for our club, and we enjoy being there, hosting all of the out of town teams and seeing teams compete at the highest levels,” quipped one full time Liverpool coach.
If you have not registered, come be a part of the best end of season tournament in Texas and enjoy this amazing experience Dec 7-9. It is one you will want to make a team tradition year after year