The TOUCH, the European Billiards Magazine since 2009, is pleased to announce the release of its new print medium.

After 41 issues of periodic magazine publications, TOUCH will introduce a yearbook with a comprehensive overview of the sport of billiards in the autumn of 2024.

The publication spans about 300 pages, is finely printed and bound, and offers an extensive editorial review of all variations of the billiards sport, covering national and international top events from August 2023 to July 2024, along with a preview of the 2024/25 billiards season.

In addition, there’s a comprehensive sports almanac featuring results and numerous photos from the operations of the Deutsche Billard-Union (DBU) and its regional associations. The highlights will include a retrospective on the 2023 German Championships in Bad Wildungen and the billiards federal leagues of the 2023/24 season.

Readers can look forward to an extensive billiards reference work with captivating image and text presentations.

A detailed overview of billiard clubs and billiard centers, introduced through editorial content, is also a part of the content, as well as the presentation of manufacturers and distributors producing and marketing billiard products. The introduction of supporters who foster athletes will also have a prominent place.

The yearbook will be available on the market in August 2024 and can soon be pre-ordered at a preferred price. A digital version will also be available, allowing readers to use it anywhere and anytime.

TOUCH takes pride in introducing this new format and looks forward to offering readers a comprehensive, informative, and timeless reference on the sport of billiards. Whether one is actively engaged or simply a fan of the sport, the 2023/24 yearbook will be an exceptional companion for anyone interested in billiards.

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For anyone who would like to get a glimpse of our Issue No. 41, you have the opportunity to do so directly here – we offer a free PDF version with a total of 132 pages, which you can find at the following link: