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IKF Congress

The IKF Congress will take place Saturday 19 August 2017 in The Hague, The Netherlands.

The Congress table, speakers and time scale will be published later.

World Games Korfball

The next World Games will be in Wroclaw (Poland) from 20 – 30 July 2017. This will be the 10th edition.

Korfball is part of the World Games program again. Korfball is scheduled in the first five days of the event; 21 – 25 July 2017. The first match is Friday 21 July 1330 PM (UTC/GMT + 1) in the WKK Sport Center; Chinese Taipei versus Germany.

The World Games Korfball event is the the major korfball event in 2017 for national teams.

Eight teams will compete to become the next World Games winner: Australia (AUS), Belgium (BEL), China (CHN), Great Britain (GBR), Germany (GER), The Netherlands (NED), Poland (POL) and Chinese Taipei (TPE).

The Netherlands is the reigning champion since the exciting final in Cali, Colombia in August 2013.

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U19 Korfball World Cup 2017 ranking

After another exciting event in Leeuwarden, The Netherlands, the final ranking in the U19 Korfball World Cup 2017 is:

  1. The Netherlands
  2. Chinese Taipei
  3. Belgium
  4. Czech Republic
  5. Dominican Republic
  6. England
  7. Catalonia
  8. Portugal
  9. Germany
  10. Hungary
  11. Hong Kong China
  12. Poland
  13. China

Belgium was beaten in an exciting semi final by the team from Chinese Taipei 12-11. The Dutch U19 team overpowered the Czech team in the second semi final 25-5. In the bronze medal match the Belgian team won clearly from the Czech Republic 15-7

The Dutch youngsters, with Leon Simons, – former Dutch international – as coach, proved in all matches high quality qualifications both technical as tactical. The U19 KWC final showed quality korfball between Chinese Taipei and the Netherlands. At half time – after 20 minutes real playing time – the score was 6 – 13 and the difference was made as result of high scoring percentages of the Dutch team. In the second half the Dutch players continued their excellent match and extended the lead. The final whistle by referee Peter Busik showed 16 – 28 on the scoreboard. The Netherlands wins the U19 Korfball World Cup 2017.

U19 KWC 2017 IMAGES:
Fri, 14th: goo.gl/d0M7WH
Sat, 15th: goo.gl/APkMuT
Sun, 16th: oo.gl/MjlwVk

U19 Korfball World Cup 2017

In 2017 the 22th edition of the U19 Korfball World Cup will be played in The Netherlands. Again the event is played in Leeuwarden in venue ‘t Kalverdijkje.

The matches are played from Friday 14 April 11:15 AM. – Sunday 16 April 2017 18.00 PM (GMT + 1 time zone).

Opening ceremony is rescheduled: Friday morning 14 April 10:45 – 11:05 AM.

The U19 Korfball World Cup is an IKF Patronaged Event. The Royal Dutch Korfball Federation (KNKV) is the organiser.

Finally in this year’s edition 13 teams will participate:

Belgium, Catalonia, China, Chinese Taipei, Czech Republic, Dominican Republic, England, Germany, Hong Kong China, Hungary, Netherlands, Poland and Portugal.

The semi-finals and finals will be on Sunday to decide the final rankings.

You can follow this tournament live on the following links:

OFFICIAL WEBSITE: www.u19kwc.com
FACEBOOK: facebook.com/U19KWC
TWITTER: twitter.com/U19KWC
INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/u19kwc

MATCHES SCHEDULE: www.u19kwc.com/matches

LIVE STREAMING (Hall 1): youtube.com/user/U19KWC
LIVE STREAMING (Hall 2): youtube.com/user/U19KWChal2

Dutch Korfball league final 2017 on YouTube [full games available]

Saturday 8 April 2017 we will have the Dutch Korfball League finals in the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam again as a result of good cooperation with the KNKV. Around 11,000 spectators in the venue will create a sportive atmosphere. We are happy to be able to show this LIVE in the ikfchannel on YouTube again. You may be able anywhere in the world to follow this LIVE. Mr Tom Brady is the English commentator in the final.

The links to ikfchannel on YouTube are (all times in GMT + 0200):

1900 PM ; final Blauw Wit – TOP (English commentary, Mr Tom Brady)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fUnQpM1cg3Y

1900 PM ; final Blauw Wit – TOP (Dutch commentary)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YS_D4Th1G6Q
LINK 2: https://youtu.be/MbdvaRg4_jw

1630 PM ; U19 final Fortuna A1 – PKC A1 (Dutch commentary)
LINK 1 (full game): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5tdYvCftzwg
LINK 2 (full game + show & interviews): https://youtu.be/MbdvaRg4_jw

 

The World Games 2017 Korfball match schedule

The match schedule for the World Games korfball from 21 – 25 July 2017 is published. The World Games will be the major korfball event in 2017.

The first korfball match will be Chinese Taipei versus Germany 1330 PM (UTC/GMT + 1) in the WKK Sport Center in Wroclaw, Poland.

The Netherlands is the reigning champion since the previous World Games in 2013 in Cali, Colombia.

China and the host Poland will be first time in the World Games korfball event.

The complete match schedule is:

World Games Match schedule korfball
Friday 21/07 13:30 – 14:45 TPE GER
15:15 – 16:30 NED CHN
19:00 – 20:15 POL GBR
20:45 – 22:00 BEL AUS
Saturday 22/07 13:30 – 14:45 CHN AUS
15:15 – 16:30 TPE GBR
19:00 – 20:15 NED BEL
20:45 – 22:00 POL GER
Sunday 23/07 13:30 – 14:45 AUS NED
15:15 – 16:30 BEL CHN
19:00 – 20:15 GBR GER
20:45 – 22:00 POL TPE
Monday 24/07 13:30 – 14:45 4A 3B
15:15 – 16:30 4B 3A
19:00 – 20:15 2A 1B
20:45 – 22:00 1A 2B
Tuesday 25/07 11:00 – 12:15 place 7 or 8
13:00 – 14:15 place 5 or 6
17:00 – 18:15 place 3 or 4
19:00 – 20:15 place 1 or 2
Medal ceremony

Events

IKF Congress

The IKF Congress will take place Saturday 19 August 2017 in The Hague, The Netherlands.

The Congress table, speakers and time scale will be published later.

World Games Korfball

The next World Games will be in Wroclaw (Poland) from 20 – 30 July 2017. This will be the 10th edition.

Korfball is part of the World Games program again. Korfball is scheduled in the first five days of the event; 21 – 25 July 2017. The first match is Friday 21 July 1330 PM (UTC/GMT + 1) in the WKK Sport Center; Chinese Taipei versus Germany.

The World Games Korfball event is the the major korfball event in 2017 for national teams.

Eight teams will compete to become the next World Games winner: Australia (AUS), Belgium (BEL), China (CHN), Great Britain (GBR), Germany (GER), The Netherlands (NED), Poland (POL) and Chinese Taipei (TPE).

The Netherlands is the reigning champion since the exciting final in Cali, Colombia in August 2013.

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