Touch Football Australia (TFA) is the governing body for the sport of Touch Football in Australia and operates under a hybrid governance model. The state offices of the Australian Capital Territory, Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia, Northern Territory and Western Australia are directly managed by TFA under a unitary management model with Queensland and New South Wales operating as a member and separate entity.
Our objective is to administer, promote, and manage the sport of Touch Football in Australia with a whole of sport focus and attitude. It is our duty to provide overall strategic direction and leadership for the sport to deliver benefits to the membership.
In order to achieve this objective TFA relies on the sport’s volunteer community. At the forefront of this community are the State and Territory Advisory Committees (STAC) who are vital to the growth and prosperity of the sport in each of the respective locations.
State and Territory Advisory Committee (STAC) are responsible for delivering outcomes and contributing to the TFA strategic objectives, in accordance with the TFA Location Scorecard and TFA Volunteer Handbook.
- the Committee must have at least five (5) members elected by members of the relevant State Council at the State Council Annual Meeting
- TFA will appoint one (1) Director of the TFA Board to the Committee; and
- the Committee shall have the power to appoint up to two (2) persons to the Committee.