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There are clubs in Aberystwyth, Cardiff, Newport, and Swansea. All clubs welcome people who have never played before and offer free taster sessions, so find out where your nearest club is to get involved!

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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.


There are events running all year round! Keep up with all of the latest here, and contact the clubs to see how YOU can get involved…


Find out all the information on the international team, including trial dates, open positions and media

Recent News

Ross Carr-Taylor Agrees Extension As Wales Win Qualifiers

Ross Carr-Taylor Will Continue As Head Coach For Foreseeable Future Following a formal end of year review led by WKA Chair Kristopher Banham and supported by the WKA Board, the Welsh Korfball Association and Ross Carr-Taylor have a agreed on a multi-year extension....

Wales Squad Selected and New Assistant Coach Appointed

An Initial Squad of Thirty-Two Has Been Selected Following the Wales Trials on March 4th, and an initial training session on April 9th, the Welsh International Coaching Team have decided on an initial squad for the upcoming cycle. This squad consists of 16 male and 16...

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Find A Club In Your Area

There are seven korfball clubs in Wales: in Cardiff, Swansea, Newport and Aberystwyth. Please visit their websites and contact them directly if you are interested in participating in a training session. Your first session(s) are usually free and clubs always welcome new members!

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