Touch rugby is simple - all you need is a ball, some mates and an open space to play.
It's a simpler version of the full game with no tackling, scrummaging, rucking, mauling, lineouts or kicking.
It's a fun game and is ideal for beginners, although people of all abilities can play.
In fact, it's a great way to work on your running, handling and dodging skills.
In Australia and New Zealand there are more registered touch players than the 15-a-side game.
And now the game is really taking off in this country too.
Ask your local development officer about touch rugby events going on in your area.
There should be plenty - especially in the summer months.