TMB 2021 – Registrations Close Friday 2 July

Registrations for Touch My Brum will be closing on Friday 2 July.

This is to allow us enough time to get the tournament structure and COVID Secure plans finalised.

If this is going to cause a problem for your team or club, then please do get in touch as soon as possible.

We can’t wait to welcome you all in just under three weeks !


TMB 2021 – Tickets Now Available

Ticket sales are now available via the ‘Buy Registration’ link above.

If a member of the TMB is available then there will be chat icon at the bottom right of your screen.


The update you’ve been waiting for…….

We are pleased to announce that Touch My Brum will be going ahead on Saturday 17 July 2021.

We are not so pleased to announce that it will be in a pared down form compared to what we were hoping to be able to offer. We may be able to tweak things as we get near the event, but for now this is how things are looking.


Registration will occur at Sutton Coldfield on the morning of the event. We will be unable to offer any events before or after the tournament in the Birmingham Gay Village, but teams may wish to make their own arrangements.

COVID Secure

We will be operating under the guidance issued by HM Government, Birmingham City Council, England Rugby, and any operating procedures of Sutton Coldfield RFC.

Everyone will need to register in their own names, and a screening questionnaire will need to be completed. This can be done online on Saturday Morning.

We ask that people arrive pre-changed, wear masks in any indoor areas, and maintain social distancing while outside and not playing. Full details will be posted on the site, and made available in the event programme.

Ticket Sales

Ticket sales will open on Monday 21 June at 6.00pm. There will be an invoicing option available for clubs. The cost will be £25, with group booking discounts available.

The Rules

Updated rules are now available on the website by following the link above. A PDF version will be made available shortly.

Any questions ?

If there are any questions then please contact

Thank you once again for your patience during these times.


Update: HMG Delay to Full Easing

With the full easing of lockdown being delayed we are revising plans of what the tournament will look like.

We are currently waiting on CB to receive the latest guidance before we know if they will be able to give permission for the tournament to go ahead. 

As soon as we hear anything we will let everyone know.

Thank you all for your patience and understanding. 


6 weeks to go !!!

The interest in Touch My Brum has been amazing. As long as everything goes ahead for the 21 June, we will be good to go. We will not be doing any registration until this point to avoid having to issue refunds should things change.

The increase in numbers has introduced a few ridiculously boring challenges, which we are working through. This will also have an impact on costs as well, but we are still trying to keep it as close to last year’s as possible.

The tournament format and timings are being looked at, along with a few rehearsals- we want to keep things moving, but we don’t want to make the schedule a white knuckle ride.

The Weekend Schedule 2021 pages have been updated with information as far as possible, and the Locations page has also been updated.

Along with this there is the Inclusivity & Accessibility pages – if there is anything that is missing, then please do ask.


Call for volunteers

Touch My Brum 2021 promises to be the biggest and greatest yet. To help make that happen we are looking for some volunteers for a range of rolls.

We are looking for volunteers who would like to be involve with the planning and running of this years tournament, and then we will need even more people on the day to help make it a success.

We are looking for the following volunteer roles.
We’re looking for some people with great people skills to register people on the Friday evening and on Saturday day. People will need to be able to be remain cool under pressure, and provide a great Bulls welcome to participants.

Setup & Closedown
On the Saturday morning there is a lot to do at the ground to be ready for the tournament. Volunteers will get everything ready on Saturday morning, and then close down in the evening.

Pitch Hosts
This role will involve being the point of contact for referees and teams on a specific pitch. You will liaise with the tournament director and Captain’s Liaison to help keep the tournament running on time.

Captain’s Liaison
This volunteer will be the point of contact for all captains on the day to help resolve any queries, and fulfil any (reasonable, and legal) requests

First Aiders
You will provide first aid should it be needed.

General Volunteer
This will be a general role that could include anything and everything.

Media & Social
This role will involve taking photographs and video of the event, and uploading to social media.

If you wish to be involved contact
Touch My Brum is on Saturday 17 July 2021 and is held at Sutton Coldfield RFC.


Pre-registration 2021

Touch My Brum will be happening on Saturday 17 July 2021 at Sutton Coldfield RFC. The date is dependent on government’s “Roadmap out of Lockdown”. As soon as we know that the tournament can definitely go ahead we’ll let all those who have pre registered know ahead of time.

For any queries, contact

TMB 2019

Friday Registration

Everyone should now have received a reminder e-mail with their tickets attached. Tickets DO NOT need to be printed, however team captains may wish to issue tickets to their players to avoid any confusion.

If there are any last minute name changes, then please do get in touch –

During the tournament e-mail will be the

TMB 2019

It’s started

Not quite the weather we hoped, but the tournament play for Touch My Brum 2019 has started.

You can keep track of scores for the first rounds of the tournament at .

TMB 2019

TMB – Afternoon

The afternoon will have a play off round where two teams with the lowest score from each tier will play to see who goes into the quarter finals. Group G teams will automatically enter the quarter finals.

Afternoon play will start at 2.30 with the Beorma Shield and Eden Tankard Finals being played at 16:15, and then the Calthorpe Cup final at 16:45, this will be followed immediately by the Prize Presentation.