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Winter Training
Written by Keith Ball   
Wednesday, 04 November 2015
From 12th of November we are switching to winter training mode

Winter training and playing times:

  • Wednesday evenings 19:30 - 21:00 (Laim)
  • Thursday evenings 20:00 - 22:00 (Neuhausen)
  • Sunday mornings 11:00 - 13:00 (Englischer Garten)

Find more details and location descriptions here: Winter Training

End of Season Awards 2015
Written by Keith Ball   
Wednesday, 04 November 2015
Congratulations to the following winners at the End of Season Awards on Saturday!

Players' player: Ricardo Castro

Best female player: Svenja Svennie

Best male player: Florian Harnisch

Most improved player: Michael Bond

Best Newcomer: Michael Riedinger

Fittest player: Patrick Chambers

Hot stepper: Ricardo Castro

Hospital award (tournaments): Duncan Binger

Hospital award (local): Ulli Hess

Best (human) trophy award: Ulli Hess

Most enthusiastic: Niels Behrendt

Touch convert: Matthew James Weaver

And last but not least, DICK OF THE YEAR: Patrick Chambers

Bavarian Open 2015 Tournament Report
Written by Keith Ball   
Thursday, 20 August 2015


In its home tournament, Touch München entered three mixed teams full of motivated players: The Wolpertingers who achieved in an excellent 3rd place, the Dangerous Pints which fought until to finish in seventh place, and the Weißwürste who brought home the lighthouse trophy for last place after some very tight defeats. Here are the experiences from tournament newbies in each of the three teams:

Cologne Cup 2015 Tournament Report
Written by Keith Ball   
Thursday, 30 July 2015

Touch München was only able to send a small team to Cologne but a fantastic team effort more than compensated for the numerical disadvantage.

The first game against Kituro was all about getting into the rhythm and finding the flow of play. The start looked a little shaky but in the second half things improved. Kituro were not playing a full mixed team so taking the penalty into account there was never any real doubt that Munich would prevail ­ the final score was 10-­3.

The second game saw us against Frankfurt, one of our old domestic rivals. Munich was unlucky to fall behind twice but managed to fight back both times and in the end we felt very unlucky not to have won the game.


4-on-4 Touch Rugby Tournament
Written by Keith Ball   
Sunday, 12 July 2015
ZHS touch (uni group), newbies and Touch München come together for a fun tournament in the Englischer Garten. Bring friends and family along, young players and kids are welcome! Keep your evening free afterwards as well for a picnic before moving further afield to The Keg Bar.


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