University of Southampton Touch Rugby


Important Info:

~ Book onto our training sessions using THIS SIGN-UP FORM as well as via the Sports and Wellbeing APP (Link for iPhone only) or WEBSITE.

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About Us:

Touch rugby is a great up and coming sport which is fast, fun, and generally just awesome. We embrace quite a chilled atmosphere but aren't afraid to turn up the heat when we head to competitions. Touch is a mixed sport and we enter into regular tournaments throughout the year (and still plan to through the pandemic, local restrictions allowing)! It'll get you fit, is a great way to socialise and will develop core skills that can be transferred to other sports. Our weekly training sessions are on the Grids at Wide Lane Sports Ground, every Tuesday and Thursday from 18:00 - 20:00 and Saturdays from 11:00 - 13:00. Don't worry! You do not have to come to all the sessions, but we hope you do. Come along and give it a try! In addition to buying a club membership through SUSU, you will need a Sports and Wellbeing membership (lowest tier is free this year). Follow us on social media on the links above to find out more or ask us any questions!

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The Committee

All clubs and societies within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Touch Rugby this year are:

Daisy Ovelgonne
Sophie Cawley
Kit Sec
Raquel Rosinha Mendes
Media Officer
Louis De Poulpiquet De Brescanvel
Odin Turner
Social Secretary
Odin Turner

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Membership Information

Membership for Clubs and Societies is currently closed. Please check back in September 2022 for more information on how to join.


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Health & Safety

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