Headlined by the biggest World Cup to date, July is an action-packed month in the Touch Footy world. Here are the key events to keep an eye out for.  


Queensland Junior State Cup

4 – 6 July 

One of the biggest weekends of the Queensland annual calendar, the Junior State Cup provides 3 action-packed days of Touch Football action, with 260 teams and 29 affiliates represented across the Sunshine State.

In 2024, Redlands Coast will be the home to all the action. Gold Coast Touch will be looking to achieve a rare three-peat, having been crowned Affiliate Champion in 2023 and 2021.*

Watch the action live and free on Kayo Sports in Australia, and Sky Sport Next in New Zealand and all other territories. 

For more information click here 


ACT NAIDOC Day Touch Football Carnival

9 July 

Now a traditional mainstay of NAIDOC week proceedings, the ACT NAIDOC Touch Football carnival will return to Deakin Playing Fields this year. Public service departments will compete for internal bragging rights, whilst they help promote understanding and respect amongst Indigenous and Non-Indigenous peers.  


FIT Touch World Cup

15 – 21 July 

The best Touch players from around the globe will travel to Nottingham, England for the 10th Touch World Cup. Following a one-year delay, athletes will finally have their chance to compete for international supremacy, with this year’s edition expected to be the biggest World Cup in history.  

Click here for a breakdown of Australia’s fixtures across the week.  

For updates regarding the Athelite Australian Emus, be sure to follow Touch Football Australia socials 


* The 2022 event was cancelled.

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