If you want to know more about korfball...
Welcome to Norwich City Korfball Club
Norwich City Korfball Club is based at City of Norwich School, Eaton Road, Norwich. Training is every Tuesday night in term times, and matches are played as part of the Norfolk league on Sundays at the UEA Sportspark. Training starts at 6.30-7.30pm for juniors and 7.30-9.30pm for seniors.
Norfolk League matches.
Norwich City is part of the Norfolk League. Games are played on Sunday afternoon/evenings. The Norfolk league runs from October to April each year. You can get fixtures through the link below, where you can also see the league tables.
Click here for Norfolk league fixtures.
As well as teams in all three divisions of the Norfolk league we also have teams playing in the EKL Promotion Division (South and East), South east Regional League (SERL) .
Want to know more about korfball?
Read the basics here
Here is a link to the IKF YouTube channel where Norfolk player Charlie Vogwill plays for England against Portugal. Fast games but note how their arms end up over their heads after a shot!
And below is a selection of videos which give you a bit of insight - bear in mind that this is high standard korfball! Some of our players play at this standard but there are fun and leisure levels too
Info for NCKC members
The league over for the 2017/18.You can see league tables here
Congratulations to Norwich City 3 for winning the 2nd division
All Norwich City teams did well. The new league season starts in early October 2018
Training restarts Tuesday 8 January 2019
at City of Norwich School, Eaton Road
Seniors 7.30pm* to 9.30pm* (note new start time)
Juniors 6.30pm to 7.30pm
NB Teams 1 & 2 have an extra training session on Wednesdays, please speak to Rob Bloomer if you wish to go
Rule change in Norfolk League
There has been a local league rule change which involved the introduction of Green Cards - something a ref can use prior to issuing a yellow card or red card as a warning to players who are continually offending or are undermining the referee. It is not as severe as a yellow or red card and doesn't involve a fine but is intended to make it easier for the ref to control the game. You can read all about it here
If you are already a club member, you might want to join the Norwich City Facebook group.
If you are interested in joining the club, you are welcome to join in a training session to try us out please call or email Philip Buttinger on 01603 219002 or Marion Catlin on 01603 765353 email email@example.com
Below is a film posted by Southampton Spartans which gives a good overview of korfball at local club level