IKF EU World Korfball Championship Qualifier – A
October 17 @ 8:00 am - October 22 @ 5:00 pm
The two IKF EU World Korfball Championship Qualifiers come instead of the original planned IKF European Korfball Championship and offers the European senior teams to qualify for the IKF World Korfball Championship 2023 in Chinese Taipei. Depending on the number of countries participating in the IKF EU WKC Qualifiers and the final call of the IKF Council regarding the number of participating teams for the IKF WKC 2023, the total number of qualification spots will be decided. Most likely there will be either six (three per Qualifier) or four (two per Qualifier) WKC spots to play for. The group allocation is as follows: IKF EU World Korfball Championship Qualifier A: England - Poland - Slovakia - Ireland - Greece - Serbia. The Czech city of Kolín will host this event from 17 to 22 October 2022. IKF EU World Korfball Championship Qualifier B: Hungary - Catalonia - Türkiye- Scotland - Switzerland - Wales - France. The Turkish city of Antalya will host this event from 31 October to 5 November 2022 (event page) The so called ‘snake method’ has been used in the process of allocation of the countries to assure the most balanced groups. The starting position of each country is fully based on the ranking of the most recent events, using the combined ranking of: the IKF EKC A-Division 2021, IKF EKC B-Division 2021 and IKF EKC First Round 2019. The two countries that did not participate in the mentioned events have been allocated to the groups based upon an open draw.
LIVE STREAMS, RESULTS & SOCIAL MEDIA
All fans around the world will be able to follow this tournament live on youtube.com/ikfchannel and on www.worldkorfball.sport (with live results and streams, statistics, scorers, play-by-play ...), as well as on social media, to find the best images, clips and highlights.
You can find all this content visiting the following official IKF profiles and via the hashtags #EUROQA2022 and #korfball:
|Preparation time 20'|
|2x 20' RPT split in two periods of 10' minutes with 1 minute break between each period|
|1x TO per team|
|8 (reversible) subs|
|GG 10' RPT|
|day 4||rest day|
England Poland Slovakia Ireland Greece Serbia