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Cardiff City will be hosting beach korfball sessions throughout July and August. These sessions are open to anyone, including members of other clubs. The sessions are included in monthly membership for Cardiff City members, and will be £5 per session for any non members or those who are on pay as you go memberships.

Fridays July and August only
19:00 – 20:00 Cardiff Beach Volleyball, Victoria Park, Canton, Cardiff CF5 1EY
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Details of which sessions are running can be found on our training calendar, and we recommend checking beforehand if the session is still running here. If the sessions are cancelled on the day for any reason this will be communicated through our usual channels to members, and to those already registered to attend the session.

If you are a member of Cardiff City Korfball Club, please indicate your attendance at the sessions through the usual channels. Non members can register to attend using the below registration form.

Beach korfball FAQs

   Is beach korfball different to regular korfball?

It’s mostly the same but there are a few differences – e.g. it’s played in teams of 4, there are no separate attacking and defending divisions, and there are rolling subs. If you’re not sure, there will be people around who are familiar and will be able to guide you during the session.

   What gear do I need?

Beach korfball is played on sand so shoes are not allowed, but some people prefer playing in socks to avoid going bare feet (we’d recommend old socks that you don’t mind getting ruined if this is the case). Sunglasses and hats are also allowed, and don’t forget to bring water because beach korfball can be tiring even when it isn’t warm.

   What happens if it rains?

Beach korfball sessions are generally not cancelled when it rains, and will usually go ahead as normal. There are sheltered areas available at the venue should you wish to take a break from the rain during the session. In the event the weather is expected to be especially bad and it is unsafe to go ahead with the session, we will make every effort to notify people ahead of time whenever possible.

   How do I get to the venue?

There are a number of bus routes from the city centre that run past Victoria Park (Cardiff Bus routes 13, 17,18 and Adventure Travel route C1), and Waun-gron Park train station is a short walk away. For those driving, there are usually plenty of parking spaces on the nearby streets. The venue can be found on Google Maps.