During the preflight inspection, the pilot dipped the fuel tanks and noted that the left tank contained 25 litres and the right tank just on 30 litres. The airrcaft was taxied out to the run-up area using fuel from the left tank. Before the run-up, the pilot switched the fuel selector lever to the right tank and left it there for the take-off and remainder of the flight. The pilot decided to finish the flight with a touch and go landing followed by a final circuit. Following the normal application of full power for takeoff, the aircraft climbed to 100-250 feet above the ground when the engine surged and lost all power. The pilot chose a football field straight ahead and made a successful touchdown. Unfortunately, he was so engrossed with missing objects and steering the aircraft that he forgot to use the brakes effectively. The aircraft ran on and struck two goal posts and a tree before coming to rest against a security fence. The two occupants exited without injury. The engine had failed due to fuel starvation when all the useable fuel from the right tank had been consumed.