Wales qualified for the European Championships 2014 securing their spot through qualification at the Eurobowl East earlier this year. As they prepare in the run up to the tournament see how the team is progressing and how you can follow all the action at the biggest korfball event of the year.
From Glantaf Sports Hall, Llanedeyrn School, the Talybont Sports Centre and more, there’s a club near you that train on a day that fits in with your other commitments. All clubs welcome people who have never played before, so find out where your nearest club is and get involved.
It’s a mixed team sport – men and women play on an equal basis – and it is best thought of as a cross between basketball and netball, or netball and basketball depending on how you look at it. “Korf” in Dutch means “Basket”.
Here you will find all upcoming events organised by the WKA; league matches, training sessions, socials, tournaments, fund raising events and more.
The Korflite outdoor summer league is over for 2013. For the International Korfball Federation’s “Year of Youth” Cardiff City Korfball Club organised Youth Korflite sessions for children of all ages to run alongside the regular summer league.