Korfball (Dutch Basketball)
Korfball is the Dutch variant of Basketball or Netball and has been played in Netherlands and Belgium since the early 20th Century.
It has been played in Ireland since around 2009 when the Ireland Korfball International team first entered the IKF European Championships.
While there is no league in Ireland as yet, the International team enters Tournaments in the United Kingdom, Belgium and Netherlands.
In keeping with the Dutch ‘Total Football’ Tradition the Attackers and Defenders swap positions after two scores by either team, making an All-Rounders game.
Below you will find links to various competitions in which Ireland entered.
International Korfball Federation (Overviews):
International Korfball Federation Logo [Ref: 3]
International Korfball Federation | European Korfball Championship 2010-2018
International Korfball Federation | European Korfball Championship | Round 1 2016-2017
International Korfball Federation | World Korfball Championship (Finals):
International Korfball Federation | European Championships (Finals):
International Korfball Federation | European Championships Round 1 (Qualifying):
British Student Korfball Association | 1st International Invitational Trophy 2017
IKF | European Korfball Championships | Ireland’s Record 2009-2016
Picture Credit:  Ireland Korfball Association (2020) EKC 2010 Team Photo [Internet] Available from: http://irelandkorfball.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/5129898826_36cc56f56a_b-768×512.jpg [Accessed 26 March 2020]
Ringball (South Africa); Cestoball (Argentina)
Ringball (South Africa)
Ringball is a South African version of Basketball. It is not currently played in Ireland.
Women’s Ringball (South Africa) 2019-Present
Men’s Ringball (South Africa) 2019-Present
Cestoball (South Africa)
Cestoball is an Argentinian version of Basketball. It is not currently played in Ireland.
Cestoball (Argentina) 2014-2015
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