Stirling Storm Membership

This year we have a two step process for membership; Stirling Storm Club and Scottish Touch Association (STA are our national governing body).

Stirling Storm Club membership

We keep fees as low as possible in order to ensure the club is low cost and accessible to all players.  We’ve restructured club fees this season reducing it by £10 to help accommodate the new STA membership fee.  The club membership only covers our pitch hire and so it really helps us manage the club cash flow if those players that can do pay upfront.

Option 1 – Lump Sum Payment

Designed for our longer term members and regular players, you can either pay a lump sum or set up a monthly standing order.  Valid from April to September inclusive (our Touch season) it’s a £60 one off payment or £10 per month for 6 months.  Email for bank details.

Option 2 – Pay as you go

Designed for newcomers who can’t commit to whole season, players coming back from injury, or those who join towards end of season.  This option is £3 cash per session, payable on the night at training.

Scottish Touch Association membership

New for 2015, you will get insurance cover, including Personal Accident cover, when you become a member of STA.  This covers you as a player for all affiliated Touch participation, at club, region and national level – including training and competitions. As an affiliated club we require all our members to become members of STA which is essential for your safe participation in training and tournaments.  It’s £20 for April – December 2015.

How to become member:

  • Go to
  • Set up individual profile
  • Accept T&Cs for your STA membership
  • Pay £20 online
  • Go to Club memberships and click on “Stirling Storm” and then “new member”
  • Accept T&Cs for your club membership with Stirling Storm

Full detail of the insurance policy benefits are available on the membership link above.

Note that all membership and payment details, with STA or Stirling Storm, are totally secure under Data Protection Rules we adhere too.

If anyone has any questions or concerns about any of this then please speak with Gilly or Euan at training, or email us at

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