Fun, social leagues, catering for all standards.
Wednesday nights in Islington.
Professional management and paid referees ensure the leagues are well managed.
Registrations are open to individuals, small groups and teams. All Nations Football will organise you into a team if you are registering as an individual or a small group.
Our next competition, Spring 2014, will start on Wednesday 23rd April 2014. Register now to avoid missing out.
Email Leon Thomson, manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org, for details about joining. Individuals can join at any time of the competition and join an existing team.
The touch rugby pitches are at Paradise Park, off Liverpool St, Islington and are located between Caledonian Road, Holloway Road and Highbury & Islington tubes.
Click on this link for a map (the park is by the arrow)
Touch rugby: Head down to the designated pub Phibbers, 203 Holloway Road, London, N7 8DL. Phibbers will provide food for all the players post-match.
You can register a team, as an individual and let us place you in a team, or as a small group to play in the one team and let us find you other team members.
To register, simply email Leon at email@example.com , and he will email you a form to complete. You also need to arrange for payment to reach Leon before the season starts. Once we receive the registration form and payment confirmation, we will confirm your place in the competition.
If you want to contact us with any questions, please email Leon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Touch rugby – £450 for the team for a 10 week season.
There are no weekly match or umpiring fees on top of the registration fees.
Registrations are due before the season starts.
Costs do not include medical/accident insurance for players. Players should arrange their own insurance.
We are always looking for qualified, high standard referees.
If you have experience and are keen to meet lots of people and earn excellent money, then contact us by email at email@example.com.
Touch Rugby Rules
We follow the rules as set out by the England Touch Association (http://www.englandtouch.org.uk/wp/index.php/about/rules/) however we have three notable exceptions:
– we play 2 x 15min halves
– 2 of the 6 players on the pitch at any time must be female
– each try scored by a female player will count as 2 points instead of the usual 1 point