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Galaxy Scotland aims to promote free flowing, high pace touch based on the New Zealand style of from from where the club was born.

 

The club plays in various leagues in Edinburgh, ranging from beginners to elite. It's primary focus is the Monday night Touch Superleague where is has a proud history of titles. As well as the elite end of spectrum, the club believes strongly in developing talent through participation in more social leagues.

 

It's friendly and welcoming club playing an exciting brand of Touch!

Galaxy Touch Club originated in 1987 as a mens open touch team at the powerful Tamaki touch competition in Panmure, Auckland, New Zealand. Currently known as the largest touch club in the world with numerous teams competing in nine countries worldwide.

 

The Edinburgh franchise opened in 2008 and has grown each year since. The club has a number of international representatives and some of Scotland's top coach. The club is now looking to develop its beginner and youth sections in order to promote the longevity of the club and give back to the sport.

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Roll of Honour

Since the inaugural year of the club it has played a key part in developing talent in Scotland, in all divisions across all age groups. We are fortunate enough to boast a number of current European Champions at mixed open and senior mixed divisions, as well as a handful of exciting U18 players.

 

We feel that we can help each and every player maximise their potential and will help get as far as they want in the game.

 

As well as representative players, the Scotland Womens Open coaching team are our club coaches. This is one of the key drivers behind the club and individual players' successes.

Achievements

As a proud club, Galaxy is always around the medals at the business end of the season. Since 2008 we have collected 19 from 30 potential titles in the Touch Superleague, Edinburgh's top league.

As well as this we have won the Edinburgh leg of the Scottish Touch Series in 2016 and 2017.

Galaxy @ ETS 2017