Cardiff City Korfball Club

Welcome to Cardiff City Korfball Club
Winners of the Welsh Korfball League 2013
Hosts of Cardiff Korfball Tournament
South Wales and West Regional League Champions 2013
Current holders of the Welsh Cup
Join us and try a new sport...

Outdoor training

Filed under: News — admin at 2:20 pm on Saturday, June 28, 2014

Summer has arrived and Cardiff City will be training on Roath Rec Wednesday evenings between 1845 and 2015.

If you’ve seen Korfball on BBC Get Inspired summer is a great time to give the sport a try. New players and beginners welcome, we are a friendly bunch so come and say hello . Just look for a Korfball post (the one with a yellow basket on the top).

If it’s raining, it’ll be a bit slippy to train we’ll go for a social drink instead on Wellfield Road. Check Twitter for details.

Look forward to seeing you there.

Cardiff Summer Tournament

Filed under: News — admin at 4:40 pm on Friday, June 20, 2014

Together with Cardiff Dragons KC we will host our Summer Tournament on Saturday 2nd August 2014 at Rumney RFC, Cardiff.

Entry for teams is £30 before 1st July, £35 after. Free camping is available.

For more information see the tournament page or contact the organisers.

Look forward to seeing you there.

New committee

Filed under: News — admin at 4:24 pm on Friday, June 20, 2014

The Cardiff City AGM was held on 30th April 2014.

I am pleased to announce the new Cardiff City Committee.

Chair – Jack Mitchell
Treasurer – Alec Care
Secretary – Alice Hunter

The outgoing committee will support the new officers over the summer.

CCKC announce start of junior training

Filed under: News — admin at 10:42 pm on Monday, September 30, 2013

Cardiff City Korfball Club are pleased to announce that junior Korfball sessions will begin this Wednesday, 2nd October at Glantaff Sports Hall, Llandaff.

This follows the popularity of Korfball at taster sessions organised through the 5×60 initiative in local schools.  The sessions have been made possible by following the award of a Community Chest Grant from Sport Wales and will allow children aged 10 to 15 to play and learn more about Korfball.  The sessions will be open to all abilities and beginners especially welcome.

Training will run from 1800 to 1900.  Registration from 1745.  The first two sessions will be free and £2 a session thereafter.

Our adult training session will follow from 1915.

If you have any questions or need to know more please contact

Look forward to seeing you there.


National champions appoint welsh international as new coach

Filed under: News — admin at 11:53 pm on Monday, August 26, 2013

Regional and national champions Cardiff City Korfball Club have appointed welsh international James Wilcox as its club coach for the 2013/14 season.

James, a BKA Level 2 qualified coach brings a wealth of experience to the club from both the coaching and playing aspects of the sport. As a coach he has been actively involved in coaching the Welsh Development Squad and the Welsh Inter area teams. As a player James has been a member of the British Student Korfball Squad and Welsh Korfball Squad as well as captaining Cardiff University to fourth at last season’s BUCS national championships.

Cardiff City Chair Stuart Wood said, “We as a club have been without a recognised coach for a couple of seasons, relying on the skills and experience of senior squad members to run sessions and manage teams.

“Although this has been successful in terms of winning the South Wales and West Regional league and the Welsh Korfball league, we felt the time was right to appoint a recognised coach to develop the whole club.

“James is an excellent appointment and I am really excited to have him start and put us all through our paces!”

As well as a new coach, Cardiff City have also sourced a new training venue – Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Glantaf in Llandaff North.

Anyone interested in joining Cardiff City should contact or come along to the first training session 7Pm, Wednesday 4th September.

CCKC Coach

Filed under: News — admin at 8:38 pm on Sunday, August 4, 2013

CCKC are seeking an enthusiastic Coach for the 2013/14 season.

For full details see our advert.

If you think you have what it takes and for more info contact the committee via the secretary.

Tournament Review: Champions Trophy 2013

Filed under: News — RamziBarbir at 7:57 am on Tuesday, May 21, 2013

With 12 wins, 1 draw and 1 loss in the Oxford, Wales and West 2012-13 regional league season, Cardiff City qualified for the Champions Trophy or ‘CT’. This two-day tournament caps off the indoor season for korfball in the UK and sees other regional league winners and national league bottom team Croydon battle it out for two places in next season’s England Korfball National League.

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Korflite is back for summer 2013!

Filed under: News — AidanDickson at 9:37 pm on Monday, May 13, 2013

The Korflite outdoor summer league is back for 2013, the International Korfball Federation’s Year of Youth. Cardiff City Korfball Club will be organising a Youth Korflite session for children of all ages to run alongside the regular summer league.

City end the season on a high

Filed under: News — AidanDickson at 8:58 pm on Tuesday, April 30, 2013

The 2012/13 league season has come to an end with both City teams riding high with victories in the end of season gala day at Glamorgan Sport Park.
Cardiff City second team “the Mavericks” started their celebrations with a resounding 22-11 win over Cardiff Dragons 2. But for two unfortunate forfeits earlier in the year this win would have seen them second in the league behind the mighty City 1 Cyclones.
Only an hour later the Cyclones faced Cardiff Uni’s formidable first team. The Cyclone’s game started with a crisis of confidence, due to a lack of the usual regulars, however substitutes called up from the Mavericks team (and still buoyed up by their earlier victory) soon showed that City are a force to be reckoned with at all levels, with a solid 24-17 victory.
All in all it was a great day of Korfball in Cardiff, with fantastic results for City and a highly respectable fight put up by opponents Cardiff Uni and Dragons. City followed the matches with a celebratory night out in Cwtch and Pizza Express in Cardiff Bay, bringing a fine end to the day. Bring on the next season!

Cardiff schoolkids try something new

Filed under: News — SusanJones at 9:36 am on Monday, March 4, 2013

Over 100 year seven pupils at Michaelston Community College recently tried a new, fast paced, mixed team sport where boys and girls work together to score goals

Year 7 play Korfball.

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