Touch over Winter

Princes Park Touch has grown since its formation to become Victoria´s biggest touch organisation with our weeknight social competitions over Summer the biggest in the state. We pride ourselves on being the social competition with grades that suit all skill levels and a friendly atmosphere to play, learn and socialise.

Our Summer season is in Princes Park but our Winter season is in Royal Park, in Parkville.

It is a fantastic location, centrally located, close to public transport,, and the surface is the best in Victoria. The location also has a new club house facilities.

Please note if you find yourself without a team for this upcoming Winter competition please contact Princes Park Touch on as we always place plenty of unaligned players into teams over winter.


Will be in Royal Park on the eastern side of the zoo, on the Western Oval and pavilion in Royal Park North. Over Winter we only run social competition on Wednesday nights (over Summer we run Wednesdays and Thursdays).

Like PPT over Summer it  will be social touch, with our lower grades perfectly suited for beginner teams.

Kickoff will be the 10th of May, and will run through approximately 16 weeks until late August. The cost per team is $1450, broken into a payment of $500 due before the season starts and a residual of 950 due by week 3.

  • Excellent fields: Fields are of an excellent standard with proper lighting.
  • Full length games and season: All games are full length (2*20 minutes) and the season is a full 13-14 games.
  • Social Atmosphere: We will cater for the social touch player. We like to keep it fair and fun.
  • Grading: We will conduct grading over the first two weeks of the season, then regrade if necessary, to ensure all team are closely matched.

The only format over Winter is mixed, 3 males, 3 females. All grades over Winter are will have restrictions on representative players to ensure they are social in nature.

If there is anything else you wish to know send an email or give us a call to discuss.

Published by

Peter Shaw

Has been involved with Touch football since 2000 after return from playing semi professional rugby in England. He is the founder and president of Princes Park Touch.