February 2024

The month of February is absolutely stacked in Touch Footy land. Here are the key dates for you to remember ahead.  

Bundaberg Cup

3 – 4 February 

With $20,000 in cash and prizes on offer, the Bundy Cup is one of Australia’s richest Touch Football tournaments. Held in Bundaberg since 2015, the competition brings together elite and social players alike, with last year’s event gathering a record 80 teams. 

To learn more, click here. 


Peter Wilson Memorial Junior Championships

3 – 4 February 

An opportunity for young athletes to showcase their talent, the Peter Wilson Memorial Junior Championships will be held in Nelson Bay over the first weekend of February. Affiliates from the Hunter/Central Coast region will be able to participate. 

For more information, click here. 


Touch Football Western Australia State Championships Presented by LiveLighter

9 – 11 February 

The Western Australia State Championships presented by LiveLighter is the state’s premier annual representative Touch event. Profiling the best talent the state has to offer, divisions for 30s, 40s, 50s and Senior Mixed groups will support the major Open competitions.  

2023 Champion Affiliate, Perth Brothers will be looking to retain their title, once again bringing a strong contingent.   

Fans can tune in to finals action February 11th live and free on Kayo Sports. 

To find out more, click here. 


VIC Junior State Cup 

11 February 

Hosting divisions for Under 10s, Under 12s, Under 14s, Under 16s and Under 18s, the Victoria Junior State Cup heads to Seabrook Reserve in Broadmeadows. The tournament is open to any affiliate or school in the state.  

Click here for a recap of what went down at last year’s event. 

To find out more, about this years’ event, click here. 


Touch Football All Stars Game 

16 February 

After last year’s spectacular New Zealand debut, the NRL All Stars returns to Australia at Queensland Country Bank Stadium, Townsville. The ultimate celebration of culture and showcase of pride, the Australian Indigenous All Stars will clash with the New Zealand Māori All Stars in a game of Mixed Touch Football. 

Serving as the curtain raiser for an epic triple header of footy action, the Touch Football All Stars is expected to tap off at 3:30pm local time.

To learn more about the day including how to grab tickets, click here. 


NSW Junior State Cup (Southern / Northern Conference)

16 – 18 February / 23 – 25 February 

The premier NSW Touch Football junior representative event, the Junior State Cup is conducted annually in late February, with the competition split into two conferences. The Southern Conference will be held from 16 to 18 February in Wagga Wagga while the Northern Conference will be hosted in Dubbo the following weekend (23 to 25 February). The winners of each State Cup will face off in the State Final, held in early March.  

To find out more, click here. 


Tasmania Junior State Cup 

17 – 18 February 

Meercroft Park in Devonport is set to host the 2024 edition of Tasmania’s Junior State Cup. With competitions hosted for Boys and Girls under 10s, 12, 14s, 16s, and 18s age groups, this year’s program promises to provide the island state another scintillating start to their annual calendar. 

2023 hosts Launceston, will be looking to defend their Champion Affiliate title.  

Click here to learn more.

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