Federation of International Touch

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Federation of International Touch
Logo showing a multicolored, stylized, oval-shaped, football. Four approximately concentric crescent shapes (red, yellow, green and blue on a white or light-colored background) are used to form the top and left parts of the ball. The three black capital letters F, I and T (all slightly curved and on the same white or light-colored background) are used for the bottom-right of the ball. The words "Federation of International Touch" (split over three lines of text) are positioned below the stylized ball.
Founded atMelbourne, Australia
TypeInternational sport federation
Secretary General
William Ker
Erick Acker
Finance Director
Paul Eggers
Promotions & Marketing Director
Alex Tsang
Sports Development Director
Peter Topp

The Federation of International Touch (FIT) is the worldwide governing body for Touch football.

The Federation of International Touch was formed at a meeting held in conjunction with the Australian National championships that were held in Melbourne in 1985.


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