Cardiff City Korfball Club

Korfball: the greatest sport you've never heard of!

Welcome to Cardiff City Korfball Club
Welsh National Korfball League Champions 2015/16
Hosts of Cardiff Korfball Tournament
Multiple teams for all abilities
Sociable and friendly club
Join us and try a new sport...

About Us

Welcome to Cardiff City Korfball Club

Are you looking to meet new people in Cardiff? Maybe a way to have fun and keep fit at the same time? We’ve got the perfect solution – Korfball! “What is korfball?” ~ It’s a mixed gender team sport with similarities to basketball and netball. You don’t need to have played before to join us and we are actively seeking new members to join our expanding club.

Cardiff City train every week at St David’s College, Cyncoed, 7:00 – 8:30pm.

Korfball is competitive - we have two teams to cater for all abilities, whether you’re after exercise and the opportunity to meet new friends, or you want to help us defend our league title! We compete in the Welsh National League, as well as a social Korf-Lite league which is both indoors and outdoors. In the summer we head to various summer tournaments and even venture abroad on tour (next stop Paris!)

We organise a huge range of socials like Laser tag & bowling, karaoke, pub quizzes to pub golf, Christmas meals, and awards evenings so we really cater for everyone, but especially if you’re new to Cardiff.

Like what you hear and want to be a part of it? We are flexible, there is one monthly fee and you can cherry pick the parts you want. If you’re looking to meet up for training and hang out at the socials, that’s cool! Maybe you want to really get stuck in and make it into the Wales squad (like some of our members have), we have qualified coaches to help you get there.

Want it all? It’s yours. All you need is a pair of trainers and a desire to have more fun exercising than you thought humanly possible. Your first sessions are free so try korfball and find out what all the fuss is about.

If you would like to view the old CCKC website click here.  Thanks to Dave Thomas for all the hard work he put into the site over the years.