The South East Tigers are Canberra & Queanbeyan's newest touch football club but have drawn on a long and rich history to be where they are today.
The South East Tigers have grown from the Tiger Electrics touch club who have been competitng in Touch Football ACT competitions for many years.
Tiger Electrics were originally formed in 1993 and have played in every Summer and Winter domestic competition since this time making them Canberra's longest running domestic club.
The South East Tigers were officially unveiled at Canberra's 2013 United Community Touch Knockout Carnival.
The mens side then went on to compete in the 2013 Touch Football ACT Premier League and Superleague competitions. A mixed development side also competed at the 2013 NSW Country Championships which were held in Dubbo in May.
In 2014 the club grew to include two womens sides which competed in the Premier League and Superleague competitions.
There is also a focus on junior development with the Tigers having overseen the Boomanulla Oval domestic competition for the past two years. The club have also assisted to run a number of clinics.
The South East Tigers are working hard to create a strong community and a strong culture. We would like to thank our sponsors and partners for their continued support and their assistance in helping the club to grow.