The impact COVID-19 has been felt right across the nation and none more so than the sporting industry. With many sporting groups shutting their doors from the start of March,Read more »
Kick It Touch competitions at Carseldine, Stafford, Taringa and Toowoomba will proceed in light of the Coronavirus outbreak. We will continue to monitor information from the Australian Department of HealthRead more »
Next-Gen Untouchables have survived a frantic 9-minute extra time period to defeat Kickaholics Anonymous in the division one final at Taringa on Tuesday. Aided by the return of Gerard MartinRead more »
The fields at Carseldine are back in action For the first time since November 2018. Boasting a multi-million dollar complex upgrade featuring three fields and state-of-the-arc LED lighting, the newRead more »
Yesterday, we celebrated the opening of the brand new sporting complex as part of the Carseldine Village Community Day. We were the first to step out onto the fields boastingRead more »
Taringa played host to the 2020 Bushfire Appeal Charity Tournament which drew over 150 players, spectators and sponsors last Saturday. The plan was hatched just three weeks ago to organiseRead more »
Kickit Touch Football Brisbane & Toowoomba
All Kickit Touch Football Brisbane and Toowoomba venue dates have been announced following level 3 easing of restrictions. New teams can register below, individuals are welcome to join a team. Sign up now and receive the latest venue information.
⟩ 2020 Bushfire Appeal results.
Kickit Touch Football competitions across Brisbane and Toowoomba will return to the fields from Monday, July 13th.
As part of the Queensland Government's roadmap to ease restrictions and under the guidance of the Australian Institute of Sport, we have outlined a detailed COVID safe plan for our players, teams and staff.
Our primary focus is the health and well being of everyone involved at Kickit with the measures outlined a must-read for each player.
When we resume, competitions will continue as normal. Team spots are limited. Registrations are open for teams and individuals. Sign up now!
The annual Kickit Touch Football Representative Cup will take place on Sunday, October 4th at Taringa, Brisbane.
Toowoomba Titans will be looking to defend their mens and mixed title against the best of what Brisbane and the rest of Toowoomba have to offer.
See what the players have said about the Rep concept.
To be eligible, players must be apart of a team in 2020 and uphold the sportsmanship it takes to be a Kickit player.
Visit the Representative Cup page for event details.
The 2020 Charity Shield is scheduled for late November at Carseldine, Brisbane.
Kickit Touch Football will team up with LIVIN to help kick the stigma associated with mental health. All profits from the event will be donated back to LIVIN as they support those in need.