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Help grow Touch in universities!

If you want to help grow Touch in universities then check out these new roles with the England Touch Association! The University Touch Series has grown rapidly over the past few years and is now a key part of the England Touch development pathway, with England Scholars men’s and women’s teams representing us at the […]

Community Coaching Courses coming up in November and December

England Touch is running two Community Coaching Courses ahead of the Christmas break, one in Marlow, Buckinghamshire and a second in Catterick, North Yorkshire. Community Coaching Courses last for one day and cover the coaching basics for anyone wanting to start their coaching journey and to learn more about Touch. Topics include: – The role […]

Exeter capitalise on home advantage

Round 3 of the University Touch Series was hosted by Exeter at Duckes Meadows, and was run simultaneously with a local South West Series tournament, proving to be a huge day of Touch! The group stages kicked off with some big games; Exeter Hurricanes starting their day as hosts well by beating Loughborough Wolves 3-0, […]

Exeter dominate UTS Round 2

The University Touch Series headed to the University of Cardiff for the first time, and Exeter dominated to take home their first ever Cup title. The group stages kicked off with some unexpected scores; hosts Cardiff falling 7-0 to Bath Hawks, Exeter Hurricanes beating Bristol 1 5-0, and Loughborough Wolves losing a tight game 3-1 […]

Expressions of interest now open for refereeing at 2018 Euros

England Touch is now accepting expressions of interest for refereeing at the 2018 European Touch Championships (ETC) in Nottingham. It is going to be the biggest ETC on record, so we will need more referees than ever before! Expressions of interest are therefore invited from all qualified referees based in England. You must have your […]

We want your views on how we’re doing!

England Touch has launched its first ever survey to understand in greater detail who is now playing the sport and who makes up the association’s membership. The comprehensive survey is made up of three parts – playing, club and England Touch – and takes between five and 10 minutes to complete. Everyone who completes the […]