Chinese Taipei national korfball team
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|Association||Chinese Taipei Korfball Association|
|IKF rank||2 (Jan. 2017)|
|Best result||3rd place, 3 times|
|Best result||3rd place, 5 times|
|Best result||Champions, 7 times|
|Best result||Champions, 2 times|
The Chinese Taipei national korfball team is managed by the Chinese Taipei Korfball Association (CTKA), representing Taiwan in korfball international competitions.
|1987||3rd World Championship||Makkum (The Netherlands)||4th place|
|1991||4th World Championship||Antwerp (Belgium)||3rd place|
|1995||5th World Championship||New Delhi (India)||5th place|
|1999||6th World Championship||Adelaide (Australia)||6th place|
|2003||7th World Championship||Rotterdam (The Netherlands)||4th place|
|2007||8th World Championship||Brno (Czech Republic)||5th place|
|2011||9th World Championship||Shaoxing (China)||3rd place|
|2015||10th World Championship||Antwerp (Belgium)||3rd place|
|1989||3rd World Games||Karlsruhe (Germany)||4th place|
|1993||4th World Games||The Hague (Netherlands)||4th place|
|1997||5th World Games||Lahti (Finland)||3rd place|
|2001||6th World Games||Akita (Japan)||3rd place|
|2005||7th World Games||Duisburg (Germany)||5th place|
|2009||8th World Games||Kaohsiung (Taiwan)||3rd place|
|2013||9th World Games||Cali (Colombia)||3rd place|
|1990||1st Asia-Oceania Championship||Jakarta (Indonesia)||Champions|
|1992||2nd Asia-Oceania Championship||Delhi (India)||Champions|
|1994||3rd Asia-Oceania Championship||Adelaide (Australia)||Champions|
|1998||4th Asia-Oceania Championship||Durban (South Africa)||Champions|
|2002||5th Asia-Oceania Championship||Delhi (India)||Champions|
|2004||6th Asia-Oceania Championship||Christchurch (New Zealand)||2nd place|
|2006||7th Asia-Oceania Championship||Hong Kong||Champions|
|2010||8th Asia-Oceania Championship||China||Champions|
|2014||9th Asia-Oceania Championship||Hong Kong||Champions|
|2004||1st Asian Championship||Taiwan||Champions|
|2008||2nd Asian Championship||Jaipur (India)||Champions|
National team in the 2011 World Championship
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- IKF (ed.). "The history of the IKF and the World Games" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 20 September 2013.
- "Report on the 1 st Asia Korfball Championship". IKF. 14 June 2004.
- "Asian Championship: 1 Chinese Taipei – 2 India – 3 Hong Kong China". IKF. 8 June 2008.
- "Jaipur to host Asian Korfball Championship". The Economic Times. 18 May 2008.