The Touch Football World Cup is the grandest stage for participants in our sport, whether as an athlete, coach, assistant coach, manager, or referee. The 2024 Touch World Cup event will be held in Nottingham, England, from 15-21 July. 

Every four years, nations from all corners of the globe come together to pursue the ‘World Champion’ title, which is determined by a nation’s success in many age divisions extending from Opens to Men’s 55s. Australia has an enviable and defendable reputation as world leaders in the sport. Our position is a tribute to all who have gone before. Recognising this, Touch Football Australia has entrusted our 2024 World Cup campaign to a very experienced and technically-minded coaching group.

Here’s a look at the 2024 World Cup masters coaching staff.

Womens 27s

  • Head Coach: Dave Crase
  • Assistant Coach: Natalie Little

Womens 35s

  • Head Coach: Simon Bassett
  • Assistant Coach: Christian Browne

Womens 40s

  • Head Coach: Leeanne Bauer
  • Assistant Coach: To be Announced

Mens 30s

  • Head Coach: Karley Banks
  • Assistant Coach: To be Announced

Mens 35s

  • Head Coach: Chris Loth
  • Assistant Coach: To be Announced

Mens 40s

  • Head Coach: Nick Pecchiar
  • Assistant Coach: To be Announced

Mens 45s

  • Head Coach: Pat Batiste
  • Assistant Coach: Paul Krahe

Mens 50s

  • Head Coach: Peter Vincent
  • Assistant Coach: Bruce Ager

Mens 55s

  • Head Coach: Mick McCall
  • Assistant Coach: Tim Kitchingham

Senior Mixed

  • Head Coach: Danny Goodwin
  • Assistant Coach: Jay Miller

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