Whats On In November

One day tournaments, Grand Final action, and weekend competitions highlight a massive month of Touch Football ahead.

Queensland Primary All Schools

3 – 5 November

The premier Touch event for Primary School students in Queensland, Redlands Touch Association will be hosts of this year’s championships. Divisions are available to Boys’, Girls’ and Mixed teams.

For more details click here.


National Indigenous Touch Football Knockout

4 – 5 November

A crucial part of the annual Touch Football calendar, the National Indigenous Touch Football Knockout (NITFKO), attracts teams and individuals from throughout Australia, playing a positive role in promoting health messages and fostering physical activity amongst Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Teams in Opens, 16s and 12s Mixed divisions will compete for a share of the $10,000 prize pool on offer. Katrina Oval in Dubbo will host this year’s edition of the tournament.

For more details, click here.


Vawdon Cup Grand Finals

5 November

3 months of touch football action will culminate in one epic day of finals footy. 14 Grand Finals set to take place across Opens and Youth divisions as the best teams in Sydney compete for championship glory.

For more details click here.


BMTA Metro Cup Finals

5 November

The Metro Cup is the premier club competition for Brisbane touch footballers, with 9 divisions in Men’s, Women’s, and Mixed All-Abilities contested. Held at Whites Hill Reserve, some of the best touch football athletes in the world will be in action, with Kayo Sports and Sky Sport Next broadcasting the action live and free.

Click here for more details including fixtures and results.


Western Australia LiveLighter Super League Series Finals

18 November

The WA Super League Series is the state’s premier touch football competition, annually bringing together the best talent the state has to offer. 8 rounds of high-quality touch footy will culminate in one massive day of finals action as Perth Brothers (Men's Open), Fremantle Rebels (Women's Open) and Tompkins Park Sharks (Mixed Open) will all be looking to regain their titles.

Click here to see how each team is tracking, heading into the final weeks of the competition.


VT League Finals

19 November

Victoria’s elite touch football club competition, the VT League Finals are set to tap off November 19th. Following 2 months of competition, the best teams in the state will compete to be crowned champion in their respective division.

For more details click here.


Touch of Pride

24 November

After a successful debut, Touch of Pride returns in 2023 with a new home. Deakin Playing Fields in the ACT will host the second edition of the corporate tournament with proceeds once again going to QLife.

An event like no other on the Touch Football calendar, Touch of Pride is a celebration of inclusion and gender diversity.

For more information, including team registration links, please click here.


Western Australia Junior State Championships Presented by Go For 2 & 5

24 – 26 November

Western Australia’s biggest junior Touch Football competition, UWA Sports Park in Mt Claremont will host this year’s event. The best junior talent in Western Australia will compete across 8 divisions in 8s, 10s, 12s, 14s and Opens (15-17 Years Old) age groups.

For more information, click here.


QLD State Cup

24 – 26 November

The premier affiliate competition of the Sunshine State, the QLD State Cup is an annual 3-day Touch Football tournament,

One of the highlights of the Queensland calendar, Men's, Women’s, and Mixed divisions are available for Performance, Competitive and Participation players. Coomera Sports Park, Gold Coast is the host of this year’s tournament.

To learn more click here.


Gage Roads Beach Touch Footy Newcastle

25 November

The Beach Touch action keeps coming with the ultimate beach party finally heading to Nobbys Beach Newcastle.

With cash prizes to be won, and good drinks to be had, this event is not one to be missed. Expect the good tunes and vibes to be on show once again.

To find out more and enter a team, click here.


Tasmania State Cup

25 – 26 November

The premier representative event of Tasmania, the State Cup brings together the best Touch Football athletes the state has to offer. Southern Touch will be looking to defend their crown, with the competition further contributing to the overall State Cup award, handed out to the best affiliate across both Junior and Senior events.

To find out more click here.


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