Skip to the content

Menu

News

There was a bluewash of titles at the One Leisure Outdoor Centre in St Ives over the August bank holiday as all four categories were taken home by teams wearing blue vests. South-East Sharks had an outstanding weekend, winning three of the titles on offer, while the South-West Saxons landed the fourth. The Sharks set their stall out in the Men’s Open and Women’s Open categori ...

The Mixed Open division has gone from strength to strength since its inception and we can once again look forward to a competitive and unpredictable division. The early favourites for the title will be last year’s finalists - North-West Blades and the Midlands Tigers, with both teams facing each other in the first round of the competition.  However, there is great depth once ...

The Men’s 30s Division will be once again full of quality and unpredictability. The South-East teams are the early front-runners given their recent dominance in the division, but the Southern Suns, West Wildcats and the Midlands Tigers will be hot on their heels in what will be a competitive and gruelling three days of competition.  The Midlands Tigers have a number new faces ...

The Men’s Open division was full of surprise and unpredictability in 2017, with the pool rounds seeing last placed Midlands Tigers defeating top placed South West Saxons. 2018 is expected to be highly competitive once again, with defending champions, the North West Blades the early front runners to take the title back up the M6 with them. The North-West Blades is full of club ...

The Women’s Open division in 2017 was largely viewed as the most competitive and the highest quality since the tournament's inception. The first shock of the tournament was the South-East Taipans suffering defeat in the semi-final, meaning they were unable to continue their quadruple defence of their Touch Nationals title. The Midlands Tigers ambushed the defending champions t ...

England Touch’s management is delighted to announce that the Finals Day of the 2018 Touch Nationals will be streamed live by BBC Sport Online on Monday, August 27th. Following an extremely successful European Touch Championships, which drew pleasing audience figures to the BBC the showpiece day of the domestic Touch season will now be broadcasted. The Touch Nationals – held a ...

England had a positive 2018 Junior Touch Championships in Stirling, Scotland, with every team coming home with a medal and two of the four improving on their finishing positions of a year ago. Girls’ 18s For the second year running the Girls’ 18s headed home as European champions, but they were made to fight for it all the way in a thrilling final against Wales. The win capp ...

The 2018 Masters and Juniors Nationals is heading to Oxford RFC. This is the second year that these categories have had their own distinct event, and following a successful day in Droitwich in September 2017 the Masters and Juniors Nationals has been expanded into a two-day tournament. Oxford RFC has been a popular venue for England Touch tournaments in 2018, with the opening ...

This weekend is the time for the England age groups to shine at the 2018 Junior Touch Championships. England is sending teams to Stirling, Scotland, in all four available categories – Boys’ 18s, Girls’ 18s, Mixed 18s and Mixed 15s – and collectively they will be a part of a tournament that has grown and grown in its four previous editions. Boys’ 18s 2017 finish – 3rd Englan ...

We are England Touch

We are the players. We are the supporters, willing us on. We are the medals, waiting to be won. We are the touchdowns, waiting to be scored. We are the men and women of all ages. We are the talent of today. We are the potential for tomorrow. We are one team. We are England Touch