We are happy to announce that from this fall we offer also a touch training for kids, between 5-10 years old.
The group is a Cricket-Touch group and we start at 13:00 till 15:00 where kids get to play both cricket and touch. It is in Bergstraße (Mitte). The touch course will be lead by Barbara.
Address: Bergstr. 3, Berlin, Mitte. If you have any questions, please contact Barbara at firstname.lastname@example.org.
After the successful uni course of this year's summer semester, we are now offering the uni course for the summer break! Every Thursday from 6pm onwards, from 13/08 to 15/10/2015! Sign up now!
http://www.buchsys.de/fu-berlin/angebote/Sommersemster_2015_Ferien/_Rugby__Touch_Rugby__-_Ferienkurs.htmlNach unserem erfolgreichen Semesterkurs im Rahmen des FU Hochschulsports bieten wir nun auch einen Ferienkurs an! Immer donnerstags ab 18 Uhr, vom 13.08. bis 15.10.2015! Jetzt einschreiben!
For more details and the inscriptions, please click on the following link: http://www.buchsys.de/fu-berlin/angebote/Sommersemster_2015/_Rugby__Touch_Rugby_.html
This summer semester, Touch Berlin cooperates with the FU Berlin to offer a university sports course, which runs from 23.04. to 16.07.2015 every Thursday from 18:00 to 19:30 at TIB, Columbiadamm 111! The uni sports course will be lead by Matthis.If you are new to Touch (even if you're not a student in Berlin), this is a good opportunity to get to know the sport!
Bus 104 "Friedhöfe Columbiadamm"
The season 2015 has started!Our training fields are at:
Our training times are:
18:00 - 18:30: fitness
18:30 - 19:30: skills
19:30 - until it gets dark: game
18:00 - 19:30: Hochschulsport FU Berlin (inscribe here: http://www.buchsys.de/fu-berlin/angebote/Sommersemster_2015/_Rugby__Touch_Rugby_.html) and newbies
19:30 - until it gets dark: game / 4x4 league
12:00 - 13:00: training
13:00: social touch
followed by barbecue
Capital Cup May 17th 2014
Save the date!
Touch Rugby Berlin’s tournament. One of the biggest in Europe
• Where and when: TIB, Coumbiadamm 111, Berlin, 17/05/2014
• Format: Mixed
• Cost: €25 per player (lunch and snacks included in the price)
• Full time first aid officers in attendance the whole day
• Last year we had 16 teams from 7 different countries (Germany, Italy, Holland, UK, France, Switzerland and Austria)
• 15 full time refs, from level 5 to level 2
• Epic after party!
For more info, don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com
Only few spots left… hurry up!
-Touch Berlin Bears BRC
Unfortunately due to weather constraints over the Winter period we are unable to play TOUCH regularly in the evenings. We do however have regular access to an indoor sports hall in Schoeneberg on Wednesday evenings from 20:00 to 21:30 and in Kreuzberg on Tuesday evenings from 20:00 to 21:30. As the hall is much smaller than the standard sized playing field, we play a derivation of the rules, namely Turbo TOUCH, which is designed to be played in the space available. Go to the link below to see the addresses.
More info: Turbo TOUCH (Winter) Click me to see addresses!
Blue skies, perfect weather and 16 teams from all over Europe graced this year's Capital Cup as defending champions The Inglorious Basterds won the 2013 Grand Final with a 5-1 victory over Courant d'R from Paris.
With the TiB fields booked on May 4, The Capital Cup was switched from Kreuzberg to Weissensee's Stadion Buschallee, home of Rugby Klub 03 Berlin, and more than 200 players, referees and supporters enjoyed a great day of sun-drenched touch.
Amsterdam's Den Dam produced a strong showing on the day in the mixed tournament, bouncing back from a heavy defeat to the Basterds in the semi-final to finish third with a 5-3 win over a lively Italian side from Verona.
For the first time, the capital city supplied four teams as TiB fielded a Red and Black team, as well as a Barbarians team, while the newly-formed Berlin BRC also entered a side, which showed plenty of potential.
"It was such a great day," said Berlin's Kai Lawrence, who helped man tournament control.
"All in all, I am really proud of all the Berlin teams, they smashed it!
"Even the guys who had only played a handful of touch games before their first tournament.
"This year's socials are gonna be great!"
In the long list of people to thank, TiB Berlin president Rob MacGregor, and his long-suffering wife Claudia, again pulled off a superb tournament having organised the venue, set-up, catering and draw, pretty much everything and did a heck of a lot of work behind the scenes.
Special mention to all the referees who made the trip to Berlin, under the tutorage of European Director of Referees Derek Fisher, and without the guys and girls in the middle, there would have been no tournament.
Also thanks to TiB Black's Julian Boyce, the owner of Kreuzberg's famous Santa Maria Mexican diner, who supplied the after-tournament catering.
Finally, a big thanks to chef Rod Leise, who helped provide the delicious pasta lunch and Anzac biscuits for every team, as well as Mark Hansen for organising the after-tournament party and Denis Soubrier as another who falls into the "did a heck of a lot of work behind the scenes" category. Merci, Denis!
Touch moved indoors in mid-March when Touch Berlin took on the newly-formed TU Berlin Touch group in a five-way tournament.
In a round-robin tournament over three hours, TU Urban Warriors were the winners with the Touch Berlin Red finishing second.
The Lakers, a group of school kids led by Grade III referee Lars Sturm, came second while Touch Berlin black came fourth with the TU Untouchables finishing last.
The referees voted Merlin Grieb as the player of the tournament, while the best female player award went to Karoline Fischer, congratualtions to both.
With regular tournament days planned for all Touch players in Berlin this summer, the action will be continued out on the fields this summer to provide competition practice for those wanting to go to tournaments or to play for Germany with an eye on the 2014 European championships to be hosted by Wales in Cardiff.
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