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The 1st IKF KCL Challenger champion is… TuS Schildgen from Germany!

A new European korfball club champion has been proclaimed this past weekend! The German TuS Schildgen has become the 1st Challenger champion after winning the final of the IKF Korfball Champions League Challenger Final played this Sunday 5 February 2023.

TuS Schidgen beat the other German team of SG Pegasus by 20-17 ,in the exciting final match of this 2-day tournament. The game for 3rd place finished 17-13 in favour of the Czech SK RG Prostějov, that was facing the English champion of Trojans KC.

TuS Shildgen (1st place)

TuS Shildgen (1st place)

SG Pegasus (2nd place)

SG Pegasus (2nd place)

Thank you very much to the city of Bergisch Gladbach, the German Korfball Federation and TuS Schildgen for being a fantastic host city and organisers of this 1st IKF Korfball Champions Challenger Final.

DAY 2 IMAGE GALLERY

By @actiefotografie.nl

 

After 4 previous qualifying events (the R1A & R1B played on September 2022 in Portugal and Poland, the R2 on November in the Czech Republic, and January’s R3 in Belgium), and last week’s Satellite Final in Catalonia, now it was time to reveal the 1st Challenger champion. [Press kit booklet here]

The Czech SK RG Prostějov, Trojans KC from England, and the German clubs of SG Pegasus and TuS Schildgen, were the teams qualified to play this final event that would reveal the 2nd European champion of the season. All of them played the semi-finals on Saturday, and the final and match for 3rd place on Sunday:

The German Korfball Federation and TuS Schildgen, in collaboration with the IKF, were the organisers of this event.

The other IKF Korfball Champions League Finals of this season 2022-2023 were programmed as follows:

  • 27-28 January 2023: KCL Satellite Final in Terrassa, Catalonia. – Finalised
  • 10-11 February 2023: KCL Final in Delft, The Netherlands. – To be played

LIVE STREAMS, RESULTS & SOCIAL MEDIA

All fans around the world were 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, …).

On social media, the best images, clips and highlights were published and shared on all IKF profiles (see below) and via the hashtags #KCL and #korfball:

IKF Official profiles:

youtube.com/IKFchannel

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facebook.com/korfball.org

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twitter.com/korfball

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instagram.com/korfball_org

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tiktok.com/@korfball.sport

DAY 1 IMAGE GALLERY

By @actiefotografie.nl

PREVIOUS EVENT INFORMATION

Event info: https://korfball.sport/?p=30304

Bergisch Gladbach is hosting the IKF KCL Challenger Final

On 4 and 5 February 2023, the German city of Bergisch Gladbach is hosting the IKF Korfball Champions Challenger Final, with 4 European club teams ready to battle for this 2nd European trophy of the season.

After 4 previous qualifying events (the R1A & R1B played on September 2022 in Portugal and Poland, the R2 on November in the Czech Republic, and January’s R3 in Belgium), and last week’s Satellite Final in Catalonia, now it’s time to reveal the 1st Challenger champion. [Press kit booklet here]

The Czech SK RG Prostějov, Trojans KC from England, and the German clubs of SG Pegasus and TuS Schildgen, were the teams qualified to play this final event. All of them will play the semi-finals on Saturday, and the final and match for 3rd place on Sunday, according to the following match schedule and times:

   

The German Korfball Federation and TuS Schildgen, in collaboration with the IKF, are the organisers of this event.

The other IKF Korfball Champions League Finals of this season 2022-2023 were programmed as follows:

  • 27-28 January 2023: KCL Satellite Final in Terrassa, Catalonia. – Finalised
  • 10-11 February 2023: KCL Final in Delft, The Netherlands. – To be played

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, …).

On social media, the best images, clips and highlights will be published and shared on all IKF profiles (see below) and via the hashtags #KCL and #korfball:

IKF Official profiles:

youtube.com/IKFchannel

fb_icon_16x16

facebook.com/korfball.org

tw_icon_16x16

twitter.com/korfball

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instagram.com/korfball_org

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tiktok.com/@korfball.sport

DAY 2 IMAGE GALLERY

By @actiefotografie.nl

DAY 1 IMAGE GALLERY

By @actiefotografie.nl

PREVIOUS EVENT INFORMATION

Event info: https://korfball.sport/?p=30304

The Portuguese NC Benfica is the 1st IKF KCL Satellite Final champion!

The 1st edition of the IKF Korfball Champions League Satellite Final has its champion: the Portuguese Nucleo Corfebol Benfica, after winning the last decisive match of these Satellite Final versus the Catalan CK Vallparadís by only one goal (17-18). An impressive comeback in the last quarter crowned Benfica over Vallparadís after an intense and exciting match, in which the Catalans paid the wear and tear of playing two games almost in a row in the same day.

Tornadoes KC ended in 3rd place at the end of this event after losing against the other 2 teams on Friday and Saturday, by 20-31 vs Benfica and 23-12 vs Vallparadís.

This event took place on 27 and 28 January 2023 in Terrassa, Catalonia, with 3 teams competing for this 1st European clubs trophy of the season.

After 4 previous qualifying events (the R1A & R1B played on September 2022 in Portugal and Poland, the R2 on November in the Czech Republic, and this January’s R3 in Belgium), now it was time for these 1st final. [Press kit booklet here]

The Catalan CK Vallparadís, Tornadoes KC from England, the Portuguese NC Benfica and 1908 SZAC Budapest from Hungary were the teams qualified to play this event. Due to a late withdrawal of the Hungarian champion, and the impossibility for KC Barcelona, as reserve team, to play “out of competition” due to some unfortunate miscommunication in the invitation process (read more), the competition continued with the three qualified teams playing a round-robin, according to the following match schedule:

FINAL RESULTS & IMAGE GALLERY 

DAY 2 – Images by Jesús Martínez

DAY 1 – Images by Jesús Martínez

 

The Catalan Korfball Federation and CK Vallparadís, in collaboration with the IKF, were the organisers of this event.

The other IKF Korfball Champions League Finals of this season 2022-2023 are programmed as follows:

LIVE STREAMS, RESULTS & SOCIAL MEDIA

All fans around the world were 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, …).

On social media, the best images, clips and highlights were published and shared on all IKF profiles (see below) and via the hashtags #KCL and #korfball:

IKF Official profiles:

youtube.com/IKFchannel

fb_icon_16x16

facebook.com/korfball.org

tw_icon_16x16

twitter.com/korfball

insta_icon_16x16

instagram.com/korfball_org

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tiktok.com/@korfball.sport

PREVIOUS EVENT INFORMATION

26/1/2023 – The IKF KCL Satellite Final to reveal this year’s 1st European club champion: https://korfball.sport/?p=30769
3/1/2023 – Event info: https://korfball.sport/?p=30399

The IKF KCL Satellite Final to reveal this year’s 1st European club champion

The time for the IKF Korfball Champions League Finals has arrived! On 27 and 28 January 2023, the Catalan city of Terrassa is hosting the 1st of these 3 European club finals: the KCL Satellite Final.

UPDATE 29/1/2023: The Portuguese NC Benfica is the 1st IKF KCL Satellite Final champion!

After 4 previous qualifying events (the R1A & R1B played on September 2022 in Portugal and Poland, the R2 on November in the Czech Republic, and this January’s R3 in Belgium), now it’s time for the finals. [Press kit booklet here]

The Catalan CK Vallparadís, Tornadoes KC from England, the Portuguese NC Benfica and 1908 SZAC Budapest from Hungary were the teams qualified to play this event. Due to a late withdrawal of the Hungarian champion, and the impossibility for KC Barcelona, as reserve team, to play “out of competition” due to some unfortunate miscommunication in the invitation process (read more), the competition will continue with the three qualified teams playing a round-robin, according to the following match schedule:

UPDATE: FINAL RESULTS & IMAGE GALLERY 

DAY 2 – Images by Jesús Martínez

DAY 1 – Images by Jesús Martínez

 

The Catalan Korfball Federation and CK Vallparadís, in collaboration with the IKF, are the organisers of this event.

The other IKF Korfball Champions League Finals of this season 2022-2023 are programmed as follows:

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, …).

On social media, the best images, clips and highlights will be published and shared on all IKF profiles (see below) and via the hashtags #KCL and #korfball:

IKF Official profiles:

youtube.com/IKFchannel

fb_icon_16x16

facebook.com/korfball.org

tw_icon_16x16

twitter.com/korfball

insta_icon_16x16

instagram.com/korfball_org

tiktok_icon16x16

tiktok.com/@korfball.sport

PREVIOUS EVENT INFORMATION

Event info: https://korfball.sport/?p=30399

The IKF KCL R3 is over: PKC and Borgerhout qualify for the Korfball Champions League Final

The Belgian city of Herentals hosted on 6 and 7 January 2023 the decisive 3rd Round of this brand new European IKF Korfball Champions League, the last qualification event for the IKF Korfball Champions League Final. [Press kit booklet here]

After 3 previous qualifying events (the R1A & R1B played on September 2022 in Portugal and Poland, and the R2 on November in the Czech Republic) now it was time for the current Belgian and Dutch national finalists to join this competition.

TuS Schildgen from Germany and Trojans KC from England qualified for the IKF Korfball Champions League R3 after becoming the finalists of the R2, and they were ready to face the Dutch PKC/Vertom and the Belgian K. Borgerhout/Groen-Wit K.C. Sadly, a late withdrawal of the English team on December 30th due to unfortunate family circumstances forced an urgent adjustment to the tournament schedule.

The event continued therefore with the three remaining competitors based on the planned semi-final and final format with the original ranking of the teams for the KCL Round 3 as:

1- PKC/Vertom, NED
2- K. Borgerhout/Groen-Wit K.C., BEL
3- TuS Schildgen 1932 e.V., GER
4- Trojans KC, ENG

The withdrawal of Trojans KC means that PKC/Vertom earned a bye for the planned semi-final against Trojans KC and thereby automatically advances to the final of Round 3 on Saturday. The semi-final on Friday between K. Borgerhout/Groen-Wit K.C. and TuS Schildgen 1932 e.V. continud as planned and after an intense match, the Belgian club became the winner of this match by 20-7, and faced PKC/Vertom on Saturday, with a final score 14-25 in favour od the Dutch.

These results means that the last two remaining places at stake for the grand final of IKF’s inaugural KCL season will be ocupied by the Dutch PKC/Vertom and the Belgian K. Borgerhout/Groen-Wit K.C.

FINAL RESULTS 

 

The winner of KCL Round 3 will play against the current champion of the Belgian Topkorfbal national league, Floriant Merelbeke, number two ranked team of the IKF KCL Final. On the other hand, number two of Round 3 will face the champions of the last season’s Korfbal League, Fortuna/Delta Logistiek, reigning Dutch champion and the highest ranked team in the KCL Final.

The IKF Korfball Champions League Final is programmed for the weekend of 10-11 February 2023 in the city of Delft in the Netherlands. The number three of KCL Round 3 will continue their European journey in Bergisch Gladbach, Germany, for the IKF Korfball Champions League Challenger Final. This event is scheduled for 4 and 5 February 2023.

The Royal Belgian Korfball Federation in collaboration with the IKF and local clubs are the organisers of this exciting IKF KCL R3.

SEMI-FINAL (6/1/2023): Borgerhout/Groen-Wit (BEL) 20-7 TuS Schildgen (GER)

Image gallery (by Marco Spelten)

FOR 3RD PLACE* (7/1/2023 – 14:00) TuS Schildgen (GER) 15-21 PKC/Vertom 2 (NED)

KCL R3 FINAL (7/1/2023 – 16:00) Borgerhout/Groen-Wit (BEL) 14-25 PKC/Vertom (NED)

Image gallery (by Marco Spelten)

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 …).

On social media you will be able to find the best images, clips and highlights, visiting the following official @IKFKCL profiles, as well as the regular and well-known IKF profiles (see below) and via the hashtags #KCL and #korfball:

IKF KCL Profiles | @IKFKCL:

fb_icon_16x16

facebook.com/IKFKCL

tw_icon_16x16

twitter.com/IKFKCL

insta_icon_16x16

instagram.com/IKFKCL

IKF Official profiles:

youtube.com/IKFchannel

fb_icon_16x16

facebook.com/korfball.org

tw_icon_16x16

twitter.com/korfball

insta_icon_16x16

instagram.com/korfball_org

tiktok_icon16x16

tiktok.com/@korfball.sport

PREVIOUS EVENT INFORMATION

Event info: https://korfball.sport/?p=29803

All ready for the 3rd Round of the IKF Korfball Champions League

The Belgian city of Herentals is hosting on 6 and 7 January 2023 the decisive 3rd Round of this brand new European IKF Korfball Champions League, the last qualification event for the IKF Korfball Champions League Final. [Press kit booklet here]

After 3 previous qualifying events (the R1A & R1B played on September 2022 in Portugal and Poland, and the R2 on November in the Czech Republic) now it’s time for the current Belgian and Dutch national finalists to join this competition.

TuS Schildgen from Germany and Trojans KC from England qualified for the IKF Korfball Champions League R3 after becoming the finalists of the R2, and they were ready to face the Dutch PKC/Vertom and the Belgian K. Borgerhout/Groen-Wit K.C. Sadly, a late withdrawal of the English team on December 30th due to unfortunate family circumstances has forced an urgent adjustment to the tournament schedule.

The event will continue therefore with the three remaining competitors based on the planned semi-final and final format with the original ranking of the teams for the KCL Round 3 as:

1- PKC/Vertom, NED
2- K. Borgerhout/Groen-Wit K.C., BEL
3- TuS Schildgen 1932 e.V., GER
4- Trojans KC, ENG

The withdrawal of Trojans KC means that PKC/Vertom has earned a bye for the planned semi-final against Trojans KC and thereby automatically advances to the final of Round 3 on Saturday. The semi-final on Friday between K. Borgerhout/Groen-Wit K.C. and TuS Schildgen 1932 e.V. will continue as planned and the winner of this match will face PKC/Vertom on Saturday.

     

Round 3 promises to be an exciting weekend with the last two remaining places at stake for the grand final of IKF’s inaugural KCL season.

The winner of KCL Round 3 will play against the current champion of the Belgian Topkorfbal national league, Floriant Merelbeke, number two ranked team of the IKF KCL Final. On the other hand, number two of Round 3 will face the champions of the last season’s Korfbal League, Fortuna/Delta Logistiek, reigning Dutch champion and the highest ranked team in the KCL Final.

The IKF Korfball Champions League Final is programmed for the weekend of 10-11 February 2023 in the city of Delft in the Netherlands. The number three of KCL Round 3 will continue their European journey in Bergisch Gladbach, Germany, for the IKF Korfball Champions League Challenger Final. This event is scheduled for 4 and 5 February 2023.

The Royal Belgian Korfball Federation in collaboration with the IKF and local clubs are the organisers of this exciting IKF KCL R3.

SEMI-FINAL (6/1/2023): Borgerhout/Groen-Wit 20-7 TuS Schildgen

Image gallery (By Marco Spelten)

FOR 3RD PLACE* (7/1/2023 – 14:00)

KCL R3 FINAL (7/1/2023 – 16:00)

 

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 …).

On social media you will be able to find the best images, clips and highlights, visiting the following official @IKFKCL profiles, as well as the regular and well-known IKF profiles (see below) and via the hashtags #KCL and #korfball:

IKF KCL Profiles | @IKFKCL:

fb_icon_16x16

facebook.com/IKFKCL

tw_icon_16x16

twitter.com/IKFKCL

insta_icon_16x16

instagram.com/IKFKCL

IKF Official profiles:

youtube.com/IKFchannel

fb_icon_16x16

facebook.com/korfball.org

tw_icon_16x16

twitter.com/korfball

insta_icon_16x16

instagram.com/korfball_org

tiktok_icon16x16

tiktok.com/@korfball.sport

PREVIOUS EVENT INFORMATION

Event info: https://korfball.sport/?p=29803

TuS Schildgen & Trojans KC qualify for the Korfball Champions League R3

The Czech city of Prostějov hosted from 18 to 20 November 2022 the 2nd Round of this brand new European IKF Korfball Champions League. [Press kit booklet here]

The two 1st rounds R1A & R1B were played last September in Portugal and Poland, and the winners of those tournaments (TuS Schildgen and Tornadoes KC) were competing again in this Round 2, with 6 other European national club champions.

After 3 intense and exciting days with a lot of tight and interesting matches, the German Tus Schildgen became the winner of this Round 3. After beating in the semi-finals the local Czech team of SK RG Prostějov, they were also able to win the final by 17-12 the last day, performing a great final match versus the English team of Trojans KC, that also qualified for this 3rd Round by winning the other semi-final against the German SG Pegasus.

The Dutch and Belgian national runners-up await now these two teams in the Round 3 to be played next 6-7 January 2023 in Belgium.

The other semi-finalists that ended in 3rd and 4th place, SG Pegasus and SK RG Prostějov, automatically qualified to play the KCL Challenger Final.

The teams ranked 5 to 8 in this 2nd round, will also play a final event next year to reveal which one becomes the KCL Satellite champion.

FINAL RESULTS:
*Daily image galleries below

KCL R2 FINAL RANKING:

1st: TuS Schildgen – Qualified for KCL R3
2nd: Trojans KC – Qualified for KCL R3
3rd: SG Pegasus Qualified for KCL Challenger
4th: SK RG Prostějov Qualified for KCL Challenger
5th: CK Vallparadís – Qualified for KCL Satellite
6th: Tornadoes KC – Qualified for KCL Satellite
7th: NC Benfica – Qualified for KCL Satellite
8th: SZAC Budapest – Qualified for KCL Satellite

More information about this new competition format for European korfball clubs can be found here.

DAY 3 FINAL MATCHES:

FINAL: TuS Schildgen – Trojans KC

FOR 3rd PLACE: SK RG Prostějov – SG Pegasus

FOR 5th PLACE: Tornadoes KC – CK Vallparadís

FOR 7th PLACE: NC Benfica – SZAC Budapest

KCL R2 LIVE STREAMS PLAYLIST (ALL GAMES):

DAY 3 IMAGE GALLERY – FINALS (by Veronica Supikova)

DAY 2 IMAGE GALLERY (by Veronica Supikova)

EVENING GAMES (SEMI-FINALS)

MORNING GAMES (GROUP PHASE)

DAY 1 IMAGE GALLERY (by Veronica Supikova)

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 …).

On social media you will be able to find the best images, clips and highlights, visiting the following official @IKFKCL profiles, as well as the regular and well-known IKF profiles (see below) and via the hashtags #KCL and #korfball:

IKF KCL Profiles – @IKFKCL:

fb_icon_16x16

facebook.com/IKFKCL

tw_icon_16x16

twitter.com/IKFKCL

insta_icon_16x16

instagram.com/IKFKCL

IKF Official profiles:

youtube.com/IKFchannel

fb_icon_16x16

facebook.com/korfball.org

tw_icon_16x16

twitter.com/korfball

insta_icon_16x16

instagram.com/korfball_org

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tiktok.com/@korfball.sport

PREVIOUS INFORMATION

Event info: https://korfball.sport/?p=27189

The 2nd Round of the Korfball Champions League is on! (updated results & images)

The Czech city of Prostějov, is hosting from Friday to Sunday (18-20 November 2022), the 2nd Round of this brand new European IKF Korfball Champions League. [Press kit booklet here]

The two 1st rounds R1A & R1B were played last September in Portugal and Poland, and the winners of those rounds are competing again in this Round 2, with 6 other European national club champions.

UPDATE (new post): TuS Schildgen & Trojans KC qualify for the Korfball Champions League R3

FINAL RESULTS:
*Daily image galleries below (updating)

DAY 3 FINAL MATCHES:

FINAL: TuS Schildgen – Trojans KC

https://youtu.be/HAD09v-wFuA

FOR 3rd PLACE: SK RG Prostějov – SG Pegasus

https://youtu.be/70tLWIxkxGE

FOR 5th PLACE: Tornadoes KC – CK Vallparadís

https://youtu.be/n9tQN93IC8c

FOR 7th PLACE: NC Benfica – SZAC Budapest

https://youtu.be/m1ucd4oAsfE

Three intense and excinting days full of matches will decide which are the best teams that will qualify for the 3rd Round, were the Dutch and Belgian national runners-up await.

The other teams will also be playing and competing to qualify for the KCL Challenge and KCL Satellite Finals to be played at the beginning of next year.

More information about this new competition format for European korfball clubs can be found here.

KCL R2 LIVE STREAMS PLAYLIST:

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXOgCk4AnV_5Vflhwgu4drkhx2O7YcB0L

DAY 3 IMAGE GALLERY – FINALS (by Veronica Supikova)

DAY 2 IMAGE GALLERY (by Veronica Supikova)

EVENING GAMES (SEMI-FINALS)

MORNING GAMES (GROUP PHASE)