European Federation Of Touchadmin2021-08-26T08:18:43+01:00
“Developing the sport of Touch is integral to the existence of the EFT. Our aim is, quite simply, to do as much as we can to promote and develop the standard and number of players playing the sport of Touch in Europe”
Policies are an important foundation in ensuring the development of high quality, consistent and professional standards across Europe
The European Federation of Touch (EFT) is the regional body overseeing the development and delivery of touch rugby in Europe. Since its creation in July 2011, the EFT has 18 members, with over 5000 players and 300 referees across Europe.
With the support of the national touch associations, the EFT provides referee and coaching qualification courses and assessments, and is responsible for running three major pan-European tournaments: the European Touch Championships, and the Championship and Premiership permit tournaments. The activity of the EFT is an opportunity for European countries to develop the sport of Touch in the same direction, sharing the same values while keeping their cultural diversity and tradition.
FIT Regional Member
The EFT is part of the Regional Federation development plan conducted by FIT, and applies all FIT constitutional requirements and rules and regulations.
The European Federation of Touch was formed in 2010. The EFT is being led by an Executive Committee. Their task is to mould the foundations for the EFT, draw up draft policies and engage with the prospective Member Countries for feedback and direction.
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