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The Touch community in England has been embracing the information and guidance from England Touch regarding the sport’s Return to Play. As of Tuesday, August 25th nearly 60 clubs and leagues have returned self-declarations and provided Covid-19 contacts, with 32 of them submitting completed risk assessments enabling them to return to full training. Remaining clubs and leagues a ...

This week we lost a legend within our sport and our community, Benita Lee. Bee’s contribution to Touch within the UK is as significant as they come. At international level, she earned over 30 England caps at multiple Home Nations and European Championships, and notably two World Cups within the (then) Women’s 30s and the Mixed Open teams. At regional level she led the Taipans t ...

Congratulations to everyone whose ‘A’ Level results are seeing them head to university soon! If you are a Touch player then your university may have a club already in place to join, and if you want to set up a Touch club then we’ve got all the advice you need! The Uni NTS has been growing rapidly over the last few years and you can be part of a thriving and exciting part of the ...

Touch has been approved to return to play as part of recent submissions presented by the Rugby Football League and Rugby Football Union, and in line with both organisations England Touch is moving to Stage 3 in its Return to Play Plan – equivalent to RFL Stage 3 and RFU Stage C of their respective roadmaps. England Touch has released the Association’s Return to Play Briefing Do ...

The UK government has given the green light for the return of Touch in England. Touch is played extensively across the country and following the Return to Play submissions by the Rugby Football League (RFL) and Rugby Football Union (RFU) to the Department of Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), clubs and leagues will now be permitted to return to training and playing in accordance ...

A number of roles are now available in the England Touch High Performance programme that will all play a crucial role in our continue growth and performance as we approach three major tournaments in as many years. High Performance Director, Ben Powell says: "We are always looking at opportunities to expand and recruit in the right areas to ensure that we have our finger on the ...

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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