Belgium national korfball team

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Belgium
Association Koninklijke Belgische Korfbalbond
IKF membership IKF Foundator
IKF code BEL Belgium
IKF rank 3 (Jan. 2017)[1]
World Championships
Appearances 10
First appearance 1978
Best result Champions, 1991
World Games
Appearances 8
First appearance 1985
Best result Runners-up, 8 times
European Championships
Appearances 6
First appearance 1998
Best result Runners-up, 6 times
http://www.korfbal.be/

The Belgium national korfball team is managed by the Koninklijke Belgische Korfbalbond (KBKB), representing Belgium in korfball international competitions.

The Koninklijke Belgische Korfbalbond was one of the founders of the International Korfball Federation, with the Dutch Federation, on 11 June 1933.

Tournament history[edit]

World Championships[2]
Year Championship Host Classification
1978 1st World Championship Amsterdam (The Netherlands) Med 2.png 2nd place
1984 2nd World Championship Antwerp (Belgium) Med 2.png 2nd place
1987 3rd World Championship Makkum (The Netherlands) Med 2.png 2nd place
1991 4th World Championship Antwerp (Belgium) Med 1.png Champions
1995 5th World Championship New Delhi (India) Med 2.png 2nd place
1999 6th World Championship Adelaide (Australia) Med 2.png 2nd place
2003 7th World Championship Rotterdam (The Netherlands) Med 2.png 2nd place
2007 8th World Championship Brno (Czech Republic) Med 2.png 2nd place
2011 9th World Championship Shaoxing (China) Med 2.png 2nd place
2015 10th World Championship Antwerp (Belgium) Med 2.png 2nd place
World Games[3]
Year Championship Host Classification
1985 2nd World Games London (England) Med 2.png 2nd place
1989 3rd World Games Karlsruhe (Germany) Med 2.png 2nd place
1993 4th World Games The Hague (Netherlands) Med 2.png 2nd place
1997 5th World Games Lahti (Finland) Med 2.png 2nd place
2001 6th World Games Akita (Japan) Med 2.png 2nd place
2005 7th World Games Duisburg (Germany) Med 2.png 2nd place
2009 8th World Games Kaohsiung (Taiwan) Med 2.png 2nd place
2013 9th World Games Cali (Colombia) Med 2.png 2nd place
European Championships[4]
Year Championship Host Classification
1998 1st European Championship Portugal Med 2.png 2nd place
2002 2nd European Championship Terrassa (Catalonia) Med 3.png 3rd place
2006 3rd European Championship Budapest (Hungary) Med 2.png 2nd place
2010 4th European Championship (Netherlands) Med 2.png 2nd place
2014 5th European Championship Maia (Portugal) Med 2.png 2nd place
2016 6th European Championship Dordrecht (The Netherlands) Med 2.png 2nd place

Current squad[edit]

National team in the 2011 World Championship[5]

  • Julie Caluwe
  • Jill Driessens
  • Sara Goossens
  • Sofie Goossens
  • Britt Logisse
  • Patty Peeters
  • Gwenny de Plecker
  • Annelies Vandenberghe
 
  • Jesse de Bremaeker
  • Bart Cleyman
  • Wim de Decker
  • Jari Hardies
  • Nick Janssens
  • Yani Janssens
  • Mitch Lenaerts
  • David Peeters
  • Coach: Eddy van Hoof

References[edit]

  1. ^ "IKF Ranking from 1 January 2017" (PDF). IKF. 
  2. ^ "The history of the IKF and the IKF World Championship" (PDF). IKF. Archived from the original (PDF) on 20 September 2013. 
  3. ^ IKF (ed.). "The history of the IKF and the World Games" (PDF). 
  4. ^ "The history of the IKF European Championship" (PDF). IKF. 
  5. ^ "DE Korf 2011 n5" (PDF) (in Dutch). Belgische Korfbalbond. 

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