Scotland Korfball League Member Clubs:

Korfball is a brilliant sport for beginners and experienced players alike, and every club is open to new members throughout the year. All of the clubs run regular training sessions and offer ‘taster’ sessions for those interested in trying something new.  Taster sessions are often free and are always run by friendly and helpful coaches.

 

Dundee

Dundee Korfball Club is a family-friendly, community-based sports club that welcomes people of any age or ability, and aims to have fun both on and off the korfball court. The club was formed in 2011, and has rapidly developed into one of the largest korfball clubs in Scotland. It was also the first club in Scotland to develop it’s own junior section.

Training sessions for kids and adults (beginners and non-beginners too) are held every Thursday at the Ardler Complex (DD2 3TP) – Kids from 5.30pm to 6.30pm, and adults from 6.30pm to 8:00pm.

Additional training sessions for adults are held every Tuesday during school term times at Fintry Primary School (DD4 9EL) from 8:00pm to 9:30pm.

Whether you’re new to Dundee, want to keep fit or just fancy trying a new and fun sport, DKC is for you! We currently have over 50 adult players, and 20 juniors that range from 6 to 17 years old. Over 90% of our members had never played the sport before they came along to DKC.

Dundee field three teams in the Scottish Korfball League, one in Division 1 and two in Division 2, so we can really cater for everyone: Helping those who want to push themselves whilst embracing those who want a bit of fun and to keep fit, from complete beginners to competitive players.

We are always looking for more players and we host free Beginners Courses at regular intervals. We would love to see you at a session, so please do message us or just pop along to a training session (everyone’s first three sessions are free!)

 korfballdundee@gmail.com

 

 

Edinburgh City

Mondays 7:30 – 9:30pm, Wester Hailes Education Centre

Wednesdays 8:00 – 9:30pm, Wester Hailes Education Centre

Edinburgh City Korfball Club is the fastest growing club in Scotland. We have around 40 active members ranging from social players to competitive international korfballers, and we’ve recently expanded our coaching team to support our growing membership.

We currently have 3 teams competing in the Scottish League across both divisions. And as well as being competitive in the league we also put on regular socials throughout the year.

So whatever your background we’d love to see you along at one of our sessions soon.

 edinburghcitykorfball@gmail.com

 

Edinburgh Mavericks

Wednesdays 7:00-8:30pm,  Oriam Sports Centre
Thursdays 8:30-10:00pm,  Oriam Sports Centre

Mavs pride ourselves on being a fun and welcoming club and all our training sessions are always open to new players, experienced or beginner level. We currently have a range of players training with the club, from first time players to Scottish Internationals. We have 2 teams competing in SKL 1. Our first team are the reigning SKL 1 Champions.

Mavs Mania is our annual summer tournament which will celebrated its 7th year in 2019. This forms part of an active social calendar throughout the season – we’re always busy both on court and off!

Check out our website to find out more about the club.

Be a Maverick. Try Korfball.

  edmavericks@gmail.com

 

Edinburgh University

Edinburgh University Korfball Club is a fun and friendly club consisting of three teams who compete in both SKA and BUCS competitions. For many of our members joining the club was their first experience of korfball and we welcome many beginners throughout the year.

Our three team structure and weekly club training allow members to take part both competitively or recreationally depending on your preference and all skill levels are given the chance to compete in league games, allowing you to develop through match situations. We also boast many excellent players, some of whom have been recruited to the Scottish and British student squads.

As a university sports club we maintain the student life with monthly socials ranging from Christmas dinner to karaoke, and weekly post-training trips to the pub. We are the proud hosts of the annual Edinburgh International Korfball Tournament which brings together teams from across the world for a weekend of korfball and ceilidhing.
 korfball@ed.ac.uk

 

Glasgow Korfball Club

Monday 7:00 – 8:30pm, Glasgow Academy, Kelvinbridge – (Ages 14+)
Sundays 3:00 – 4:00pm,  Shawlands Academy Sports Hall – (Ages 10+)
Wednesdays 7:30 – 9:30pm,  Shawlands Academy Sports Hall – Adults (Ages 14+)

Glasgow Korfball is friendly club open to new players of all ages and abilities. Training is geared towards improving fitness and ability in an enjoyable and engaging manner.

We also run a kids club on Sunday which is great opportunity for families to play together.

Club socials range from nights out, laser tag, trampolining world, escape rooms and even the odd rolla disco!

Glasgow has two teams in the league offering the chance for all members to play in league matches should they wish to. Any queries will be answered promptly at glasgowkorfball@gmail.com

 glasgowkorfball@gmail.com

 

St Andrews University
Contact the club for training information! Generally Wednesday and Thursday afternoon.

The University of St Andrews Korfball Club is a fun loving and inclusive club, with players of all abilities welcome – from complete beginners to seasoned pros! We have two full-club trainings a week with a wide range of drills, competitions and most importantly game time!

The club has two teams competing in the Scottish Korfball League, we attend BUCS competitions every year and a particular highlight of our Korfball calendar is our annual Beach Tournament; rain or shine, you can’t beat beach Korfball!

So if you’re still asking ‘What even is Korfball??”, come along to any of our training sessions and find out!
korfball@saints-sport.com

 

 

Strathclyde University
Contact the club to receive information on training times!

One of the newest members in the SKA league and the only University in the West, the “Wrath of Strath” hope to keep on improving from our first year in the SKA league last year by aiming for the top spot in Division 2.

Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for all our Korfing updates. People interested can also drop us an email to strathunikorf@gmail.com
 strathunikorf@gmail.com