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QLS Touch Football Tournament

Who’s game for a day of fun, sun and footy at the Queensland Law Society Touch Football Tournament 2019? Who will take the trophy from reigning champions, Legal Aid Queensland when the QLS Touch Football Tournament returns in August? This hotly contested tournament invites team entries of 6 to 14 players to showcase their on-field prowess, teamwork and sportsmanship at this great fun day out. So pack up your friends, colleagues and four legged best friend, and join us for a day of footy thrills.

Cost per team:


$600 standard (by 2 August)

$600 standard  (by 2 August)

The details:

Teams: mixed teams of 6 to 14 players. Maximum of 6 players including maximum of three (3) and minimum of one (1) male on the field of play at any time.

Players: must be over the age of 18. All players must sign and return a Player Declaration, Release and Waiver form before they will be permitted to play.

Games: 2x 12 minute halves. The day will be comprised of 3 competition rounds followed by quarters, semis and finals.

For further details refer to the Rules and regulations.

*Please note: the person completing registration will be assumed to be the team contact and on-the-day team manager unless otherwise advised in writing to Refer to the rules and regulations for the role of the team contact and manager.


To register:

  1. Login using your QLS details, or create an account
  2. Click ‘Register Myself’
  3. Answer how you found out about the event and click ‘Save response’
  4. Click ‘Proceed to Checkout’ to process payment
  5. Download the Waiver form and have all players complete and sign
  6. Email full list of player names and completed waivers to
10/08/2019 8:30 AM - 10/08/2019 3:30 PM
Finsbury Park
106 Finsbury Street
NEWMARKET, QLD 4051 Australia

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