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Carseldine re-boots following first wave of COVID-19

The hugely popular Carseldine competition returns from Monday, July 27th.

As part of the Queensland Government’s Urban Village development, the new fields boast multi-million dollar facilities, including LED lights, toilets, change rooms, outdoor seating areas and the fields.

The venue has been a home of Kick It Touch Football since the end of 2016.

Successful competitions on both Monday and Wednesday evenings helped boost the involvement of sport in the local community.

The venue on Beams Road also played host to the 2016/2017 Cash Tournaments and 2018 State of Origin match.

As our Carseldine competition consolidated and moved to Stafford on a Wednesday night as the 12-month re-development project through 2019.

We now have the luxury to call the venue home once again.

So join us this July/August as we re-boot our Carseldine competition on Monday nights.

Play the closest social touch footy to Rugby League and enjoy the fun, social atmosphere of our sport.

Team registrations are open until Friday, August 14th. Individuals are also welcome to sign up and join an exisiting team.

For full competition details and our COVID safe plan, please visit our Carseldine venue page.

Take a look at the Community event in February to open the brand new fields.

The Great Roadmap: Returning to competition in July

Roadmap Kickit Touch Football

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, the sector has laid dormant for more than two months, KickIt Touch Football included.

A monumental 8.4 million adults and 3 million kids who play or enjoy the associated benefits of health and well being have been impacted.

Friday, May 8th the Queensland Government detailed a roadmap to easing restrictions across the state with sport and community groups included.

Under the proposed roadmap, some community sport would resume from June 12th with contact sports from July 10th, provided active cases and community spread remains low-to-nil.

This could see Kickit resume its competitions following the implementation of stage three easing of restrictions.

In other words, we could kick-off at Taringa and Stafford as early as July 15th and 16th respectively.

Studies suggest that the risks involved in outdoor sport are incredibly low compared to other means of life.

With the safety of all Kickit players and staff in mind, there will be a host of education or practical measures to ensure that the risks involved with (contact) sport remain as low as possible.

Roadmap to a new standard

Our number one priority is ensuring the health and well being of our players and staff.

The landscape of Kickit is set to change with a host of new procedures to ensure proper hygiene and social distancing.

Under guidance from the Australian Institute of Sport, a number of measures outlined below will become the new standard at all Kickit Touch Football venues and events.
Measures & Strategy

The players:

– Contact tracing of all players at Kickit (sign on arriving at venue, sign out leaving venue).

– Players are encouraged to be prepared before they arrive at the venue to limit use of change rooms (when applicable).

– Players must maintain social distancing (1.5m) when not playing.

– A hand sanitise station will be readily available under the Kickit marquee at all venues.

– Players must wash hands before and after games at the hand sanitiser station or in the toilet/change room facilities.

– Teams will be spaced out before, during and after games in allotted zones (see below) to maintain an acceptable level of social distancing.

– Handshakes and high fives should be avoided.
Three cheers (via team captain), clapping, waving, namaste, smiling, a thumbs up or shaka are all legitimate alternatives.

– Players and teams are to limit to unnecessary social gatherings when not playing.

– Players and teams are strongly encouraged to leave the venue following their game.

– Players or staff who present flu-like symptoms will not be permitted at the grounds.

– Parents or other spectators may attend games however will be limited to one per person/per family and must maintain social distancing from all players at the venue.

– No sharing of drink bottles or towels.

– Players are strongly encouraged to bring their own football to warm up. We will have new Kickit branded footballs available for purchase when the Kickit Shop launches next week.

The Staff: 
– Balls and other heavily used equipment will be washed at the end of each night.

– Venue specific isolation areas will be designated should a player or staff member become unwell while at the venue.

– Educational signage will be clearly visible at all venues where necessary.

– All of the above measures will be enforced and controlled by all staff members.

Current competitions & social distancing

Exisiting competitions will resume as per normal with start dates to be confirmed by mid-June.

As per the venue diagrams below, we will be spacing out teams to ensure social distancing is maintained when not playing.

> Taringa (Tuesday, July 14th) will resume from week four of the competition with all results, standings and individual statistics continuing.

We understand some players and teams may not be able to continue due to COVID-19, as a result will be outlining a host of incentives to help get teams and individuals back to sport. (see below)

Team registrations will remain open for the first two weeks when we resume at Taringa. New teams may be required to play a couple of catch up games. Discounts may be available. Express your interest here.

Taringa Venue Roadmap. Kickit Touch Football

Roadmap: Social distancing model at Jack Cook Memorial Park.

Taringa teams will required to remain in the warm up zones until the start of their match. Playing teams will set up on the outside sidelines of their field with the middle cricket pitch area cordoned off and reserved for referees only.


> Stafford (Wednesday, July 15th) will resume and lead straight into semi finals with all results and standings continuing for the finals two weeks of the season.

The top four mens and top eight mixed teams will play the finals matches.

Stafford will start a new season immediately (without a break) following grand final week (and play 12 weeks straight).

Team registrations are open. New or incoming teams have the option to play all 12 weeks when we return.

Team fees for new teams will be amended as required. Express your interest here.

Stafford Venue Roadmap. Kickit Touch Football

Roadmap: Social distancing model at Gibson Park.

Stafford teams will be required to stay in the warm up zones until the start of their match. Playing teams will set up on the outside sidelines of their field.


> Carseldine (Monday, July 27th) competition will re-start from week one after completing one round of fixtures prior to COVID-19. Standings and individual statistics will be voided.

Players and teams who participated in round one prior to the season being postponed, will not be charged.

Team registrations are open for Carseldine. Exisiting team captains will be notified of a start date the venue layout shortly. Express your interest here.


> Taringa (Sunday, August 9th) is scheduled for a start in late August. Team registrations are open to everyone willing to give Touch Football a go. Multi-team discounts are available. Express your interest here.


> The 2020 Representative Cup and 2020 LIVIN Charity Shield are scheduled for later in the year and will follow similar measures to ensure health and safety of all players involved.

> Toowoomba (Monday, late July).

All team captains all be contacted with a full list of measures and competition updates soon.

Roadmap: Get back to social sport!

Calling out to all past Kickit teams!

Numerous Rugby League competitions may of been cancelled, but that isn’t the end for 2020.

Play the closest social Touch Football to Rugby League and fall in love with Kickit.

Show your support and register a team – get back to touch football, get back to community sport!

We understand that everyone is doing it tough and will continue to slug it out long after COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.

This is why we will be putting a freeze on season fees over the winter and spring months.

Is cash an issue?
Don’t give up playing, just give up some of your time.

Be the ref | Roadmap to kick-off | Kickit Touch Football

Roadmap: Become a referee today!

We’ll be rolling out a referee incentive scheme aimed to help players work off their player fees over the course of the season.

Players may opt to just run the sideline or become an on-field referee with even more benefits.

Best of all, each and every referee gets paid for the games they ref.

Just keen for some fitness? We welcome any new referee or current player who would like to challenge themselves with the whistle in hand. Visit our referee sign-on.

We’re all in this together

You’ve heard the words ‘we’re all in this together’ echoed across screens for the last two months and perhaps it is most true right now.

As restrictions start to ease and the lives of many start to move forward, now more than ever we need maintain diligence and common sense when it comes to the health and safety of others.

The Queensland Government’s roadmap provides sensible and gradual steps to a COVID recovery that will reconnect our community but only if we do the right thing.

To fail here, we will regress on the easing of restrictions and stage 3 will be postponed.

While many things may happen between now and July 10th, we’re excited for what the future holds.

We hope you join us on the field when we return.

Stay up to date with all the information from our roadmap via our website.
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Carseldine returns Monday, March 16th | Sign Up Now

Carseldine 2020
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 new fields are the perfect venue to play Kick It.

Last Saturday we graced the fields as part of the Carseldine Village Community open day.

Stafford was put up against Taringa in an exhibition match for all of the 600-strong people in attendance to see.

While Stafford ran away with a 13-5 victory, Kick It was the real winner on the day.
View highlights

Carseldine Community Day, Stafford vs Taringa

Team registrations are open to mens and mixed sides as we look to get the competition back to its former glory.

Carseldine season details:
Date: Monday, March 16th
Address: The Green, Carseldine (532 Beams Road)
Divisions: Mens & Mixed
Cost: $795 per team (10 week season)
Game Times: 6:30/7:20/8:10pm
Kick It Fields: two

Individual sign ups are welcome as we look to fill incoming teams before week one. Visit the Register now page for more details.

2018 Season

A magnificent final 12 months at Carseldine prior to the re-development yielded nine different champions and over 20 teams each season.

It was a year for P-Dub who made all four mens grand finals and came away with two victories.

P-Dub Carseldine

Long serving rivals Beer Pressure finished the year off on a high, defeating P-Dub 4-3 in the final.

For now, they lay claim to the reigning Carseldine mens champions.

Ballerz ruled the roost in the mixed competition, cashing in on two grand finals wins during Summer and Autumn seasons.

They fell to a hungry Nek Set outfit during Winter season after an unbelievable 12-10 win in extra time.

Balls Deep capped off a stellar 2018 with multiple division two mixed titles in Summer and Spring seasons to bookend the year. Larrikins and Hawaii Try-O joined in the fun over the cooler months.

History in photos
Summer | Autumn | Winter | Spring

We look forward to an amazing 2020 at Carseldine featuring plenty of outstanding footy. The venue will also play host to the 2020 Rep Tournament in September.

Kick your 2020 up a notch and register now!

NEW Stafford Monday and Wednesday Competitions!

Kick It Touch Football Stafford Monday Wednesday.
Gibson Park at Stafford is home to Kick It North Brisbane in 2019!
Experience the closest social touch footy to Rugby League with mens and mixed competitions on a Monday and Wednesday night.

The new venue replaces the fields at Carseldine with a re-development project well underway. The brand new green space at Carseldine will come back online at the end of 2019.

Wednesday night is a mens and mixed competition that kicked-off on January 23rd.
Registrations will remain open until February 20th.

Competition Details.
Venue: Gibson Park, Stafford.
Game times: 6:00/6:45/7:30/8:15pm.
Cost: $795 per team (10 week season). Team fees may be lessened for teams who enter the competition after week two.
Competition: Mens/mixed competitions available.
Notes: Toilet facilities are available. Footy boots are permitted.

Monday night is a mens and mixed competition that is set to kick-off on February 25th.
Registrations will remain open until March 18th.

Competition Details.
Venue: Gibson Park, Stafford.
Kick-off: February 25th.
Game times: 6:00/6:45/7:30/8:15pm.
Cost: $795 per team (10 week season). Team fees may be lessened for teams who enter the competition after week two.
Competition: Mens/mixed competitions available.
Notes: Toilet facilities are available. Footy boots are permitted.

To register your side, click here.
If you have any questions regarding the Stafford competition, please contact us.

Beer Pressure, Mother Ruckers become Carseldine champions!

Kick It Stafford, Carseldine. Brisbane. Monday. Wednesday.

Mother Ruckers have emphatically defeated reigning mixed champions Nek Set 10-4 in the division 1 final.

A five-try effort from LIVIN top try scorer Nick Gilliland helped Mother Ruckers to their fifth mixed title in eight seasons.

In wet conditions, Nick Gilliland would put his side on the board first with a short kick to score. The reply was swift from Range Brewing try assist champion Shaun Rees, who scored on the ensuring set.

The teams wrestled possession and points with North Brisbane Rep stars Stephen Gill and Josh Pilks crossing for their respective teams as the rain eased.

Five unanswered tries to Nick (3), Stephen and Matt Grieves blew the lead out to 7-2 before a characteristic line break by Shaun Rees who combined with New South Wales representative Chloe Storm closed the gap to 3 points moments before halftime.

Field possession was key to start the second half with Nek Set repelling a hot Mother Ruckers side in the opening exchanges. A string of crucial turnovers stalled any momentum from the reigning champions and the Mother Ruckers made them pay with quick tries to Will Weir and Nick Gilliland.

A late try in the left-hand corner to Keegan Peele iced the game with minutes remaining.

Congratulations to Mother Ruckers on winning the Mixed Division 1 title.

Mother Ruckers: Nick Gilliland (5), Stephen Gill (2), Matt Grieves, Will Weir, Keegan Peele.
Nek Set: Shaun Rees, Josh Pilks, Chloe Storm.
Player of the Match: Stephen Gill.
Best and fairest: Shaun Rees.

Beer Pressure has secured their maiden mens grand final victory after defeating long-time rivals P-Dub 4-3 in extra time on Wednesday night.

Player of the match Stu Lester sealed the win with a crafty kick and score in the 7th minute of golden point.

In wet conditions, Lachlan O’Keefe sent the game to over time with 5 minutes remaining after scooping up a Will O’Keefe kick that left multiple P-Dub defenders grasping at thin air.

P-Dub headed into the break with a 3-2 lead after Jack Woodbridge scooted 50m to score to end the first half.

The teams traded blows with Stu Lester levelling up the scores after splitting the middle of P-Dub’s defence.

Jack Woodbridge gave his side their first lead of the match after clutching onto a short grubber from broken play.

Beer Pressure’s Zac Stanton opened the scoring after latching onto a short grubber before Sam Collins collected a lovely inside ball from P-Dub captain Joe Warren to score.

Congratulations to Beer Pressure on defeating P-Dub 4-3.

Beer Pressure: Stu Lester (2), Lachlan O’Keefe, Zac Stanton.
P-Dub: Jack Woodbridge (2), Sam Collins
Player of the match: Stu Lester.
Best and fairest: Jack Woodbridge.

Balls Deep claimed the mixed division 2 title after defeating Scrambled Legs 4-2 in the extra time.

A try to Luna Pranjivan in the opening possession of golden point set up an unlikely victory.

The undefeated Scrambled Legs came into the match as hot favourites after disposing of Balls Deep in the first week of trials and during the fixture rounds.

Player of the match Jackson Kaiser put his side on the board first with a grubber and score from five metres out.

Scrambled Legs top try scorer Sam Pang replied with a long-range try of his own to level the scores at halftime.

A second half stalemate saw some end-to-end footy featuring a heavy dose of rucking and kicking.

Matt crossed first for Balls Deep before Sam Pang crossed for his second once again tie the scores up and send the match to golden point.

Balls Deep only needed one possession to grab the lead in extra time with Scrambled Legs unable to score on the ensuring set.

Balls Deep: Jackson Kaiser, Matt, Luna Pranjivan.
Scrambled Legs: Sam Pang (2).
Player of the match: Jackson Kaiser.
Best and fairest: Sam Pang.

Well done to our LIVIN top try scorers!
Mens | Isaiah Longi (12)
Mixed Guys | Nick Gilliland (22)
Mixed Girls | Jess Sleep (14)

Well done to our Range Brewing try assist champions!
Mens | Rob Tanielu (8)
Mixed | Shaun Rees (8)

Summer season will kick-off in early January. Visit the Carseldine venue page for more details.
Merry Christmas!

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