Bermuda Alumni Chapter of Kappa
Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc.

About Kappa Classic

In 1999 Brother Troy Harvey offered to take over the Heritage Scholarship Football tournament with the objective of infusing fresh ideas to grow the event as well as give the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Bermuda Alumni Chapter a vehicle to work with and develop young people in the area of sportsmanship and achievement. The events origins showcased the talents of young footballers between the ages of 7 and 12 and was called the Kappa Alpha Psi Pee Wee Extravaganza. The first year saw 12 boys teams compete in the different age groups with the entire event taking place over a few hours on a Saturday morning.

Thanks to the vision of the committee and the fostering of great partnerships with businesses in the community and a team of dedicated volunteers the event now takes place over three days and is competed for by over 1,000 kids (both boys and girls) between the ages of 7 and 14. In 2010 the event was renamed and it is now known as the Kappa Classic. It has grown to be the largest youth sporting event in Bermuda and highlights from the games can be seen on Youtube thanks to the local sports network BSN (Bermuda Sports Network).



 

The Men of Kappa Alpha Psi Bermuda Alumni Chapter continue to promote Achievement through sport by providing an outlet for young people to showcase not only their sports skills but also their leadership and teamwork.
 

The Kappa Classic is held annually at the end of the local football season in March/April at the National Sports Center.