There are few days left before South Africa welcome you all at the UKZN Westville Campus Indoor Sports Centre in Durban in the opening match of the 11th IKF World Korfball Championship.
After four years of hard work behind the scenes by IKF and the Local Organising Committee (LOC), the much-expected tournament is now just around the corner and ready to start.
From 1 until 10 August 2019, the following 20 teams will fight to be the new World Korfball Champion.
|Pool A||Pool B||Pool C||Pool D||Pool E|
|The Netherlands||Chinese Taipei||Belgium||China||Germany|
|Catalonia||Poland||Hong Kong China||Suriname||South Africa|
|New Zealand||Ireland||Slovakia||Macau China||Japan|
The 20 participating countries start playing in five pools of four countries. The top three of each pool and the best number four qualify for the round of 16 and stay in the race to become the World Korfball Champion 2019. The remaining four countries will be playing against each other in a round-robin system, with a final at the end, to determine their position in the final ranking (position 17-20). The best number four will be decided following the rules stated in the IKF Competition Regulations, which state that the points earned by each team shall be decisive. More detailed info on ► korfball.sport/?p=19763 ► Pool Draw Video WKC2019
A daily recap with all the results, reviews, best images and videos will be published on IKF main site: www.korfball.sport
Official websites of the tournament ► www.korfball.sport ► www.ikfwkc2019.com
Live streaming games, results and statistics on ► www.worldkorfball.sport
IKF WKC History event booklet ► Read .pdf document
Discover more from all participants reading #TheTeamFiles Interviews ► korfball.sport/wkc2019