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FAQs

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What is Touch?

Touch, also known as Touch Football or Touch Rugby around the world, is a thrilling sport that allows people of all walks of life to achieve their goals; whether that is the thrill of challenging oneself to compete at their best, the thrill of a fast, skilful and exhilarating sport, the thrill of meeting new people or the thrill of being a part of something that can span a lifetime.

It is one of the rare collective sports that girls, boys, women and men enjoy together and against each other, with our Mixed competitions making Touch very popular for every age category.

Touch, is derived from Rugby league which used a form of Touch for training purposes.  After passing through a development period during the 1960’s, the game became popular during the 70’s and by early in the next decade, was established in all states and territories in Australia as a sport in its own right.

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Why play Touch?

Everyone can play Touch and millions of women, men, girls and boys of all ages, body shape and background already enjoy the sport across the globe.

It is one of the rare collective sports that girls, boys, women and men enjoy together and against each other. The sport is accessible, easy to learn and great to share so you will understand the basics in no time and enjoy playing with your teammates no matter what everyone’s experience or skills level is.

In Australia, children in start playing Touch at school, with Touch being one of the most practised sports in the school curriculum. Teenagers enjoy it and play together on weekends, on the beach or more competitively during both summer and winter. Adults appreciate having a run with colleagues at lunchtime, play social competitions once a week or simply enjoying the game with their friends or family at any time.

Everyone can play Touch, no matter what, even if you have never heard about the sport before.

Touch - A Game for Everyone!

Where do you train?

We train at the Centre Sportif de Vessy. Bus Stop 11 if you are coming by bus, if you are coming by car there is plenty of parking!