The youth Girls 20's National Touch League will be conducted on Saturday November 15th at Centaurs Fields Turf City commencing 1.30pm.
Special thanks to Centaurs Touch who are hosting this important development event for our youth girls - the afternoon will also bring our best talent with our 2015 World Cup teams also playing games....come along and catch the action.more
The WTL'14 involved 50 plus teams over some 11 weeks of competition for some categories; categories including Women; Men & Mixed divisions of competition; 20 games weekly and a wide range of ages with seniors and juniors enjoying active fun social activity together....and often as a family.
Marlina Kasbi is recognised as one of Singapores leading referees; as a Level 4 official is one of the highest level referees in the Asian region and has also been leading the way in Singapore as the TFS Referee Director.
Due to increased work pressures and as a very active player, coach and referee - Marli has decided to move on from the position and has nominated Lynda Scott for the role.more
The 2014 European Championships were conducted in Swansea, Wales last weekend with local lad Cai Devine (Centaurs) representing Wales Mixed 19's - and they won! See the article that follows and the BBC TV coverage.
Pictured are local Singapore students Emily and Cai at the Euro's 2014 & Cai taking Wales into the lead in the Mixed 19's Final.more
The TFS coaching panel is pleased to announce the player draft for the NTL '14 teams.
Players are required to make contact with their respective team Coach / Captain as listed below.
See the OW draft team list as attachedmore
The National Touch League is a planned progression from the National Touch Championships to ‘national’ club level and is an important step in the TFS development pathway for players, coaches and referees.more
Our Open Women's Coaching team; Maureen Thomson, Chris Wall and Shane Morris will be taking a squad of 16 players to the West Australia State Championships to take on the best in the West over a long weekend of Touch - Competition starts Friday!more
Please note that there will be a Referee Course January 19th, 2014
The course is open to all TFS members - minimum age is 14 years.
With plans for more and more junior competition commencing in 2014 - this is a great opportunity for younger players to get involved in the junior development pathway as a player and official and referee at junior competition.more
The WTL 2013 was a season of sporting fun that included Mum's, Dad's, boy's and girls and players from all walks of life - 'What a Game!
Pictured are the fresh young faces & Rob Team Manager of future Touch Footy stars in the newly formed Centaurs Touch Open Men's A Division WTL 13 Champions team. Winning their first title in their first tilt at an 'A' Division League. Well done lads & ladies!more
The 2013 Championships is building towards this November and will be attracting more teams from more countries. Teams from Perth Australia are confirmed to come and play and are looking for friendly pre-event games with local Singapore teams - with 4 x teams from the UAE a big chance of attending.
The world’s best players will make their way to Coffs Harbour through Sydney in April 2015 to showcase their international skills, agility and speed in the 8th instalment of the FIT Touch World Cup (dates 29 April to 3 May 2015); 14 years after Australia last hosted the event.more
The Hong Kong Touch Association ("HKTA") cordially invites you to the 2013 Hong Kong International Touch Championships which will be held on Saturday, May 4th, and for the first time proudly sanctioned by the Federation of International Touch (FIT).more
42 teams were finally accepted in the tournament at SAS on Saturday in 6 categories of competition.
Boy's & Girl's teams from around Asia enjoyed the opportunity to play against new teams and have some competitive fun.more
The NTL is a planned step in the national development pathway for players, coaches and referees. The 2012 version will bring the best of all enthusiasts in Singapore together – with the players challenging for a position in the Open Women’s national team.more
Dear Touch enthusiasts, congratulations to all teams who have completed the Summer Touch League. Even more so to those who had achieved the goals you have set out for, be it playing, refereeing or coaching.
Apologies this email had been a little bit overdue as I have been out of town. I hope everyone is recovering actively during this lull period!more
What is this all about. I guess by now some of you have tried to look up results and fixtures and have been asked to join My TouchFooty.
Attached is a document outlining what this is all about and the benefits for Touch Football Singapore as an organisation and you as a member.more