So what is Korfball?
Note – the younger players play with lower Korfs and a smaller ball.
Is the club for adults or children?
We cater for both! We provide senior and junior training and competitions for all.
Senior training is led by Dave Butters who has a wealth of experience coaching at a national level as well as success whilst playing both domestically and internationally.
For the Juniors training is led by our Head Coach aided by a number of senior players. All coaches are DBS cleared. We aim to make our coaching sessions as much fun as we can as well as helping your child grasp the skills required to play korfball.
Our youngsters will have the opportunity to trial for county and national teams and we currently have more than 20 who’ve represented London and a number who have gone on to represent England.
Do you play in competitions?
Yes – both adults and children play in regular competitions and the main competitions are indoors. We also play in a number of one-off events such as England Korfball’s National Youth Day and in a number of outdoor summer tournaments.
Seniors play their games in leagues run by the London Korfball Association.
Juniors play their games in age related leagues run by the Kent Korfball Association.
What does it cost?
2019/20 fees to be confirmed
For an initial 2 weeks you may participate in a free trial. If you then wish to join our 2018/19 fees are as follows:
- £10 annual membership (all)
- Seniors £25 a month
- Juniors (U13s and below) £5 per week
What do you get for that?
- Weekly Training
- Match Fees
- Training Shirt
The fees only relate to training and league games during the regular season. All games and tournaments outside the regular season are payable on an event by event basis.
The initial training shirt is for new members only. Additional shirts may be purchased from a club representative.
We try to bring added value as a club and are signed up members of the Jack Petchey Awards scheme.
Duke Of Edinburgh
We also help out our young players who are going through their Duke of Edinburgh (DoE) awards and offer volunteering opportunities at the club. Alternatively, they can use Korfball as their DoE skill.