Here you will find all upcoming events organised by the WKA; training sessions, socials, tournaments, fund raising events, etc
Click here to access the WKA calendar
The Korflite page highlights some information of when the event is run and who can join.
The Korflite Facebook page has more information on day-to-day running of Korflite 2013.
Regional League 2013/14
The RL fixtures has not yet been released. Please come back to the England Korfball website in September/October when it will be available.
Please contact your club for latest information about Regional League matches. Don't forget to regularly visit www.englandkorfball.co.uk for the latest league table and scorers.
Welsh Korfball Squad
The WKA has recently appointed Leon Simons as Wales Senior coach. All training events are now in WKA calendar at the top of this page.
The WKS (Welsh Korfball Squad) is organising friendlies against clubs and UK regions. All events will be posted on the calender when confirmed.
Please contact email@example.com for more information regarding eligibility for representing Wales, for trials and for attending training.
World Championships in Shaoxing, China
The Welsh Korfball Squad have returned from their trip to the World Championships in Shaoxing, China. The WKS have clinched 15th place, beating South Africa 11-10 in the 15th/16th playoff. As this was the first ever appearance for Wales at the IKF WC, this was a tremendous achievement and great experience for all those who took part.
The Squad flew out to China on Tuesday 25th October. The Champs started in earnest on Thursday 27th October with Wales v China at 8.30pm straight after the opening ceremony and with a capacity crowd in attendance. With that match being the only one of the evening, all eyes were on Wales and China as they started their campaign at the WC2011.
Wales then played the Czech Republic on the 28th October and completed the group stages against Catalonia on the 29th October.
The 30th is a rest day (in terms of matches, training was still scheduled) before the second round of matches started on Monday 31st October. Wales played Germany on the Monday, India on the Tuesday and Hong Kong on the Wednesday.
The last match day for Wales was the 4th November against South Africa and as mentioned above, the game ended 11-10 in favour of Wales. This year's final was held on Saturday 5th November, which saw The Netherlands beat Belgium in an exciting final. In total, Wales played 7 games over 10 days.
With the return flights scheduled for Wednesday 9th November, Wales spent a few days touring the bustling modern metropolis of Shanghai before finally heading home to family, loved ones and friends.