Scottish Korfball League Member Clubs:

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

Club Details

Dundee:
DKC is a relatively new, and very exciting korfball club with both junior and senior korfball on offer to beginners and experienced players.
Junior training is at 1730-1830 on Thursdays at the Ardler Complex and 1000-1100 on Saturdays at Blairgowrie Community Campus.
Senior Training is at 1830-2000 on Thursdays at the Ardler Complex.
Find the club on twitter and facebook, or get in touch by emailing them.

Edinburgh City:
Edinburgh City are the oldest ‘senior’ club in Scotland. They are based in the centre of Edinburgh and have a strong recent history in the Scottish League, but are seeking new blood to help them to regain their SKL titles.
Training is at 1930-2130 on Wednesdays at Broughton High School.
Find the club on twitter and facebook, or send them an email.

Edinburgh Mavericks:
Mavs describe themselves as a “Hot, sexy, fresh Korfball club based in Edinburgh” – they are always looking for new members to bolster their squad as they take on Europe in 2014/15 as Scottish Champions in 2013/14.
Mavs train at 1930-2130 on Thursdays at Wester Hailes Education Centre – their first session is free to newcomers to the sport!
Check out Mavs on Facebook and follow their latest tweets.

Edinburgh University:
Edinburgh University Korfball Club was set up in 1991 and has been going strong ever since, over the years earning several first place positions in the Scottish League, Nationals and Northerns. New and seasoned players form three competitive teams each with a weekly training session plus two club sessions. As well as weekly trips to the pub, socials are run every three weeks or so making this by far the best club in the university. This blurb contains no bias.
Club training (open to all) is at 2000-2130 on Thursdays at the CSE.
EUKC are quite active on social media, so follow them on twitter, like their page on facebook or drop them an email if you want to get involved.

Glasgow Korfball Club:
Glasgow are the west’s only korfball, bucking the worrying East-leaning trend in Scottish korfball. They are a friendly bunch, always looking for new members, with a strong history of training up new korfball stars from scratch.
The club train at 1930-2130 on Wednesdays at Shawlands Academy.
Find Glasgow on facebook, follow them on twitter, or fire the club an email to find out more.

Perth Korfball Club:
Perth are Scotland’s newest korfball club. They have a youth team and a senior team, who train in the same hall back to back – meaning that it’s a great club for all the family.
The club juniors train at 1900-1945 Tuesdays at Perth High School, whilst adults train from 1930-2100.
Find Perth online on their website, on Facebook facebook, follow them on twitter, or send the club an email to find out more.

St Andrews University:
The historic town of St Andrews hosts the university club’s two teams. Historically, Saints are one of the SKA’s most successful teams.
The club train at 1500-1700 on Mondays and 1430 – 1700 on Thursdays in Saints Sport Facilities (to be confirmed here).
Find the club on Facebook and twitter.