The touch line is the line on either side of the playing area of a games of rugby league, rugby union and association football. In many other sports it is called a side-line. The continuation of the touch line beyond the goal line ending at the dead ball line is called the "touch-in-goal line". In rugby union the two touch lines may not be more than 70 metres (230 ft) apart and they are not part of the playing area (Law 1). * The area beyond the touch-line is touch. * The officials who monitor the touch lines are the touch judges

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  • The touch line is the line on either side of the playing area of a games of rugby league, rugby union and association football. In many other sports it is called a side-line. The continuation of the touch line beyond the goal line ending at the dead ball line is called the "touch-in-goal line". In rugby union the two touch lines may not be more than 70 metres (230 ft) apart and they are not part of the playing area (Law 1). * The area beyond the touch-line is touch. * The officials who monitor the touch lines are the touch judges (en)
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  • The touch line is the line on either side of the playing area of a games of rugby league, rugby union and association football. In many other sports it is called a side-line. The continuation of the touch line beyond the goal line ending at the dead ball line is called the "touch-in-goal line". In rugby union the two touch lines may not be more than 70 metres (230 ft) apart and they are not part of the playing area (Law 1). * The area beyond the touch-line is touch. * The officials who monitor the touch lines are the touch judges (en)
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