Looking to play or maybe watch a Touch Football event? Scroll down to find everything from international events, to the televised NRL Touch Premiership, Nationals, State events and social knockouts. There's something for everyone in Touch Football.
The Open Trans-Tasman (OTT) Test Series is a best-of-three series between the two top Touch Football nations in the world, Australia and New Zealand. The OTT comprises of Men's, Women's and Mixed divisions. There's also a Masters Trans-Tasman for older divisions.
The Youth Trans-Tasman (YTT) Test Series is a best-of-three series between the two top Touch Football nations in the world, Australia and New Zealand. The YTT comprises of Boy's, Girl's and Mixed divisions.
The Open Touch World Cup is a hit-out between the best teams representing member nations of the Federation of International Touch (FIT). There's also a Masters World Cup for older divisions.
The NRL Touch Premiership is a televised elite Touch Football competition in which men's and women's teams representing NRL clubs compete for the title annually during the NRL season.
The National Touch League (NTL) is a national annual Touch Football tournament comprising of both Open and Masters divisions.
The National Youth Championships (known as NYC), held on the Sunshine Coast annually, is contested by the best young Touch Footballers from all over Australia.
The National Schools Cup (NSC) is an invitation-only annual tournament contested by the best Year 9/10 and Year 7/8 Touch Football school teams from across Australia, in both Boys and Girls divisions. NSC is held consecutively with NYC.
Everyone's welcome to enter a team in a social knockout. There are a range of different competitions around Australia that you can enter teams into, including cash comps, and some with junior divisions too. Get around them! Scroll down for a range of social comps sorted by location.
The NSW State Cup is New South Wales' premier representative Touch Football event, held each December in Port Macquarie.
The annual NSW Junior State Cup is the premier junior representative event in New South Wales.
The NSW Junior Regionals is open to regions in Under-12s, 14s, 16s and 18s divisions.
The Queensland State Cup is the state's premier representative Touch Football tournament.
The annual Queensland Junior State Cup is the premier junior representative event in Queensland.
All Schools sees secondary school teams from all over Queensland – and sometimes other states and countries – compete in Brisbane annually.
The State Cup is Victoria's premier tournament, with divisions for Men's, Women's and Mixed sides, in social and competitive competition.
The Bundaberg Cup, held annually in Bundaberg, Queensland, is one of Australia's richest Touch knockouts, with a $20,000 prize pool up for grabs.
Touch Football Australia hosts the annual National Indigenous Touch Football Knockout in conjunction with the Quit B Fit - Tackling Indigenous Smoking Program and the Wellington Aboriginal Corporation Health Service. The 2020 event will be held in Dubbo, NSW, from Saturday 7th to Sunday 8th November.