Korfball drills for attack / score

  • Plays with 4 players around the post.
  • One player takes the attack. Next player to pass the ball takes the pass.
  • Ball is passed to the forward, forward passes to the player who gave him/her the ball.
  • Player takes a shot.
  • It is important to keep a high ball tempo, to fill in quickly, to fill in the right persons and to throw in the right hand.

Rules explain:

  • The person taking it stands with 1 foot exactly behind the dot and the other foot stands behind the perpendicular line on the center line, from the dot.
  • Everyone stands outside the imaginary line.
  • Attackers stand 2.5 metres from each other.
  • Defenders stand 2.5 metres from the dot, but do not have to.
  • When person with ball moves, defenders may enter circle, attackers only when ball has been touched by person or is outside circle.
  • Persons under the post have their feet on the same side of the post.
  • An attacker or defender may not place his foot between those of the opponent.
  • Defender always stands between attacker and post, except under the post when attacker is against the post.

Everyone stands in base position.

Learn variations:

  • Play ball back to the person who took it out.
  • The person who takes the ball decides by looking at the defenders if he passes to the side or under the basket.
  • Ball is played to player moving away under the basket.
  • 2 posts, under each post there is 1 declarator.
  • In the middle stands an attacker and a defender.
  • Attacker can score on both posts.
  • 3 persons under the pole.
  • 1 person under the post + 2 persons in front and behind the post.
  • Ball goes from under to the person in front, who passes it back to the person in front.
  • The 3rd person is doing an in-out move and gets the ball from the indicated 3rd person shoot.
  • Signaller catches the ball and passes it back to the person who just shot and so on.
  • 6 scoring with 2 is exchanging with the person under the post.

Basic rules:

  • The attackers' first shot is 'free'.
  • It may not be defended.
  • Take the first shot, each attacker tries to stay in possession of the ball.
  • If the defender takes the ball after the first shot, the attempt is over.
  • If the defender does not take the ball after the first shot, the defender must try to prevent the second shot as soon as possible.
  • If the attackers get the ball after the first shot, they may play freely.
  • The attacker has, after the first shot, two choices: shoot himself or get the assist
  • The exercise lasts a maximum of 10 seconds.
  • Forces to act fast.


  • Try to stay in possession of the ball after the first free shot by one of the attackers.
  • If you don't, and the defender grabs the ball, your attempt is over.
  • If you do, you can play freely (3-1 or 2-2).
  • If a goal is scored or the ball is intercepted, the attempt is over.
  • After each attempt, the attackers start at a pawn and another attacker takes the first shot.
  • After 3 attempts, it is changeover time.

Forms of play:

  • 2-2, then two of the attackers are always defenders and everyone starts at their own pawn.
  • 4-2 or 4-3, next to the attacker who makes the shot, no one is a defender.
  • After the shot, anyone can be defended.
  • 4-4: There is one defender and one attacker on each teammate.

  • Plays with 4 players around the post.
  • Player 1 takes the pass immediately after a pass.
  • Player 2 passes to player 3.
  • Player 3 passes to player 1 in the pass.
  • Player 2 turns around the forward and catches the ball.
  • Bitch passes to one of the two attacking players.
  • Player takes a shot.
  • It is important to keep a high ball tempo, to fill in quickly, to fill in the right persons and to throw in the right hand.
  • 2 or 3 per pole.
  • In front of the post, at a distance of 4 to 5 metres, two pawns in a line about 3 metres apart.
  • Player 1 moves sideways between the cones.
  • At a random moment, the ball is played to him. (after 1,2 or 3 times to and fro) and makes a shot.
  • In case of a triple team with a defender who gives pressure but allows the shot.
  • Change after a certain number of shots.
  • Practicing leg 2 and 3.
  • The ball is played to the back of the basket.
  • The lady who gets it there plays the ball back from the one who played it and gets free at the ball side towards the front of the basket.
  • There she gets the ball back and stands in a perfect position next to the basket.
  • The lady in front of the box who is already moving, breaks through as soon as the ball is in the hands of the runner.
  • The movement in front must be such that the defender does not dare to look.
  • In the case of a frightened defender, walking is enough, but if the defender is more confident, you will have to move more sharply
  • Leg 3 is the same, but then the lady is played who is not in front, but in the diagonal of the attacker.
  • This lady also breaks through via the ball side
  • First practise without an opponent, then with opponents and allow the defenders to play the ball
  • They may, however, try to frustrate the attackers' runs.
  • Play the ball deep into the box.
  • The one who plays the ball takes the catch.
  • The second lady passes the ball on to one of the other players and uses the block near the post to pass.
  • The player with the ball plays the ball in and the other lady makes at that moment a breakthrough or dodge and shoots.
  • The one who catches the ball puts out to the fans again.
  • She then goes to the post again to catch.
  • If the position is taken and it is not possible to shoot, the next passer comes in to pass.
  • After receiving the ball, she passes it out, etc.
  • We practice this first without an opponent and then with an opponent.
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