Kansas, Missouri to continue the soccer competition starting in 2025 | Instant News

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Kansas and Missouri continue their soccer competition after the former enemy Big 12 agreed to a series of four matches in which each school will play two home games, starting in September 2025.

The fourth longest competition in college football began in 1891, but has been absent since Missouri left for the Southeast Conference. Schools have recently announced a six-game series on men’s basketball starting with the coming season; that includes two games on each campus and two in Kansas City, Missouri.

The second football match between Jayhawks and Tigers will take place in 2026 in Lawrence, Kansas. The third will occur in Columbia, Missouri, in 2031 before the series ends the next season at Lawrence.

Missouri leads the series 56-55-9 after winning the latest fight at Arrowhead Stadium on November 25, 2011.

Information from The Associated Press is used in this report.


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