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U17 Korfball World Cup

The 18th edition of the U17 Korfball World Cup will be played in from 18 – 20 March 2016 in Sportsvenue Dioscuren in Schijndel (NED). Ten countries participate in the 2016 edition. The team from the Dominican Republic is a first time participant.

This IKF patronised event is organised by KNKV in cooperation with korfballclub De Boemerang again.

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The U17 Korfball World Cup:

U17 Korfball World Cup start [updated: Day 1]

The 18th edition of the U17 Korfball World Cup (U17 KWC) starts tomorrow. From 18 – 20 March 2016 Sportsvenue Dioscuren in Schijndel, the Netherlands is the place to visit to watch high level youth korfball. For all details CLICK HERE

You can follow the tournament in the following links:
www.u17kwc.comfacebook.com/U17KWCtwitter.com/U17KWC

Also on IKF social media profiles:
facebook.com/korfball.orgtwitter.com/korfball

Day 1 Results, Day 2 Schedule & Pools

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U17 Korfball World Cup

The 18th edition of the U17 Korfball World Cup is played from 18 – 20 March 2016 in Sportsvenue Dioscuren in Schijndel, the Netherlands; see more details under Events

The 10 participants are drawn in 2 pools:

POOL A

  • The Netherlands
  • England
  • Chinese Taipei
  • Dominican Republic
  • Russia

POOL B

  • Belgium
  • Germany
  • Catalonia
  • Portugal
  • Hungary

The team from the Dominican Republic is new in the line up of teams in the U17 KWC.

Jos van Meersbergen knighted

21 March 2015 Mr Jos VAN MEERSBERGEN (NED) was taken by surprise. The mayor of the city of Schijndel, Mrs.Jetty EUGSTER, showed up in the Dioscuren Sportsvenue and after a speech handed Jos a royal order awarded by the king of the Netherlands.

Jos was given this order for his long lasting work for korfball both national and international; for his club Boemerang and for the U17 Korfball World Cup. His determination and ongoing commitment to the U17 KWC developed this annual youth event as the most important U16 and now U17 korfball event in the world.

The IKF Council gratulates Jos VAN MEERSBERGEN with this well deserved distinction and hopes he will continue many more years in good health with the U17 KWC.

Jos van Meersbergen 21 March 2015

U17 KWC winner 2015

The U17 Korfball World Cup 2015 had a magnificent final. The Netherlands and Belgium played high level youth korfball with dedication and commitment. The Netherlands was most of time in the lead but the Belgium youth team was nearby all the time.

Sportsvenue Dioscuren was crowded and the many hundreds of spectators reacted very positive.

After 2 * 25 minutes real playing time The Netherlands squad and coach Barry Schep, the former Dutch international, were 18 – 16 in the lead over Belgium and winner of the U17 Korfball World Cup 2015.

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The U17 KWC:

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The total U17 Korfball World Cup ranking 2015:

  1. The Netherlands
  2. Belgium
  3. Germany
  4. England
  5. Chinese Taipei
  6. Catalonia
  7. Hungary
  8. Portugal

U17 Korfball World Cup adjustment

Latest information about the 17th U17 Korfball World Cup in Schijndel, Netherlands.

Poland will not participate in the U17 KWC in 2015. They withdrew. In Pool B Catalonia replaced Poland.

Eight countries and nine teams play in the U17 KWC. The youth teams of the following countries: Belgium, Catalonia, Chinese Taipei, England, Germany, Hungary, The Netherlands and Portugal.

This IKF patronised international korfball tournament for players under 17 takes place in sports centre “Dioscuren” Schijndel 21 and 22 March 2015. The local korfball club “De Boemerang” assists the KNKV in the organisation.

The revised U17 KWC pools are:

Pool A: Chinese Taipei, England, Portugal

Pool B: The Netherlands, Germany, Catalonia,

Pool C: Belgium, Hungary, RTC South

Team KNKV RTC South plays out of competition.

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