Korfball drills for all skills

  • You need 2 baskets per 4 or 5 persons.
  • The poles are opposite each other.
  • There are fixed helpers with the ball.
  • You take the run-through on the post opposite the post where you started.
    • When you have made the run through, you start again from the pole where you just made the run through and continue to the other side.
  • Change after x goals or after so many minutes.
  • Then the passers take the runners and the takers pass to the other players.
    • Pay attention to the passing and the technique of the runthrough.
  • If necessary, put a cap or a pawn where the children should get the ball.

  • You need a 3 or 4 team to defend the run through.
  • One person under the basket with the ball and possibly also a catcher.
  • In front of the basket, an attacker and a defender, at about 5-6 meters from the basket (at far shot distance).
  • The person under the basket (attacker) has the ball.
  • The attacker runs sideways (right or left) and gets the ball from the person in charge.
  • The attacker throws the ball back to the attacker and goes in a straight line to the basket and makes a run through or in out shot (if the run through is too well defended).
  • The defender stays in the right place to prevent the run through.
  • Point of attention defense:
    • Stay close to the attacker
    • Keep your knees bent
    • Do not turn around when the ball is thrown
    • Do not run after your opponent

  • Party
  • E1 against E2
  • Encourage E2 to take turnovers, because E1 is not defending well yet.
    • Offensive: let the ball go fast, but do not run through each other.
  • Encourage E2 to defend closer to the ball.
  • Encourage E1 to make actions towards the basket and try to get free at shot distance.
    • Defensively do not turn around, stay with your opponent etc.

  • Player always starts from the middle.
  • Player places the ball to the passer and runs to pylon 1, receives the ball back and shoots.
  • Rebound catches it
  • Player walks to the middle and walks to the next pylon.
    • You do this in turns 1 player 1 minute
    • Number of goals scored counts.
  • Variant:
    • If you catch the ball and it falls on the ground, you lose a point.
  • Variant on shot movement triangle
    • Instead of a shot
    • Start rebounding away for a short chance
    • Front player remains in play-off position
    • Indicates position of rebound (1/5)
  • Variant 2:
    • Frontline player runs one back (space)
    • Ball diagonal and throwing player comes next to it
  • Per pair both score 2 times on 4/5 meter then to the next pole (can overtake each other).
    • Team that is first back to their own basket wins.
  • Idem db 4 per person (PP)
  • Idem 4 dots pp, wrong is start counting again at 0
  • Shot pp from pylon (distance), score 3, is get pylon in the middle.
    • Are they gone, you may take them away from another, until you have 5 as a pole.
  • Player 1 starts at a few meters from the basket to start a distance shot.
  • The ball is caught by player 2 and player 1 makes a run through.
  • The ball is caught again and player 1 makes a short chance from behind the basket.
  • If none of these 3 chances are seated, the player must do it again.
  • If one of the 3 chances is placed, the next player may try again.
  • Players stand in a circle with a ball each
  • In the middle lies a ball. (large ball)
  • Try to hit the ball.
  • You may keep the ball in the circle using your feet


  • Jump where you stand:
    • Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart.
    • Focus on a point on the floor and hop up and down where you are standing.
  • Side Jump:
    • Stand up straight, keeping your hands in front of you, and jump from side to side.
  • Butt Kicks:
    • Stand up straight, and keep running standing in place while shooting your heel up touching your buttocks with each step.
  • High Stepping:
    • Raise the leg with the knee at a 90-degree angle.
    • Alternate quickly with the other leg.
  • Standing bike crunches:
    • Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart.
    • Bring your knee to your opposite elbow.
    • Return to starting position and repeat with the other side (abdomen/legs).
  • Sumo squat:
    • Stand with feet 6-12 inches apart.
    • Extend arms in front of you.
    • Lower your body until your thighs are parallel to the floor.
    • Return to starting position and repeat (legs / buttocks)
  • Jumping rope without a rope:
    • Hold your arms at your side as if you were holding the end of a jump rope in each hand.
    • Jump up and come down on the ball of each foot, alternating between twisting your wrists as if you were spinning a rope.
  • Jumpingrope without a rope:
    • Keeping your arms at your sides, pretend you are holding the end of a jump rope in each hand.
    • Jump up with 2 feet, while simultaneously twisting your wrists as if you were twirling a rope.
  • Arm Swings clockwise:
    • Stand on the floor with your arms extended straight out to the sides at shoulder height.
    • Move your arms rapidly in a clockwise motion in large circles (arms)
  • Arm Swings counterclockwise:
    • Stand on the ground with arms extended straight out to the side at shoulder height.
    • Move your arms quickly in large counterclockwise circles (arms)
  • Toy soldiers:
    • Start with feet shoulder-width apart. Keep your legs and arms extended.
    • Kick your left leg up until your right hand touches your toes.
    • Repeat with the other side (stomach/legs/arm/shoulder).