Korfball drills for attack / score

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Player 1 stands under the post, players 2, 3 and 4 play around the basket.

At some point, player 1 moves away from under the post, the player who has the ball at that moment passes to player 1 and player 1 shoots.

The player to the left of the one who passed the ball catches it and passes to any other player. This player switches roles with player 1

1 attacker and 1 defender in front of the post.

Attacker starts 5-6 m from the post, attacker gets 3 goal attempts to score a goal.

If he succeeds, he switches to the passer and the defender stays. If he succeeds, the attacker becomes the defender, the passer becomes the attacker and the defender becomes the passer.

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  • 2 posts facing each other.
  • Shooter with defender. 
  • May pass 1x before defender steps in. 
  • Then defender jumps in or allows shot. 
  • When a goal is scored, at a good rebound or at good step out, rebounder becomes attacker otherwise, the defender becomes attacker. 
  • This happens on the opposite post.
  • 3 people at the post. 
  • 1 versus 1 with shot, walk-through and short chance to score. 
  • After 30 sec, 1 of the attackers becomes the new defender. 
  • The attacker remains the same. 
  • This way the defender can close a full box for 30 sec and the attacker is well challenged.

You try to get to the highest level in the 1-1 as fast as possible. When you reach a level you will go straight on with another defender.

Maximum 6 ball contacts

  • Level 1 : 2 goals no matter how. 
  • Level 2 : 2 goals of which 1 goal is a shot (If 1 goal is scored, change but you stay in the same level. No goal is level back)
  • Level 3: 2 goals of which 1 goal is a through ball(If 1 goal is scored, you change but you stay in the same level. No goal is level back)
  • Level 4: 2 goals scored of 2 shots (If 1 goal is scored, you change but you stay in the same level. No goal is level back)


Up to 4 ball contacts

  • Level 5 : 2 goals no matter how. 
  • Level 6 : 2 goals of which 1 goal is a shot (If 1 goal is scored, change but you stay in the same level. No goal is level back)
  • Level 7: 2 goals of which 1 goal is a through ball(If 1 goal is scored, you change but you stay in the same level. No goal is level back)
  • Level 8: 2 goals scored of 2 shots (If 1 goal is scored, you change but you stay in the same level. No goal is level back)


Up to 3 ball contacts

  • Level 9 : 2 goals no matter how. 
  • Level 10 : 2 goals of which 1 goal is a shot (If 1 goal is scored, change but you stay in the same level. No goal is level back)
  • Level 11: 2 goals of which 1 goal is a through ball(If 1 goal is scored, you change but you stay in the same level. No goal is level back)
  • Level 12: 2 goals scored of 2 shots (If 1 goal is scored, you change but you stay in the same level. No goal is level back)
  • 2 posts opposite to each other at about the distance in the game. 
  • At an angle in front of the post is a trainer/player. 
  • He/she throws the ball to a player who runs to the other post. 
  • This player makes a ball, catches it and gives it to the next player. 
  • The players divide themselves over 4 posts so about 4 or 5 players together.


drawing
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  • groups of 3 at a post. 
  • 1 fixed passer. 
  • 2 shooters. 
  • These keep moving at about 5 - 6 meters from the post. 
  • Trying a shot must always be tuned to capturing it again. 
  • The time between capture and goal attempt must always be as short as possible. 
  • There are always 2 different types of goal attempts and the goalkeepers always take the same type of goal attempt.
  • 1 through-ballplayer and 1 defector. (change at 5 scores pp)
  • 1 defector and 1 chance behind post (change at 5 scores)


  • 2 players at a distance from the post with ball. 
  • 1 player below the post.
  • Trainer calls head shoulders knee head etc. 
  • Only when the ball is in the post, the player with the fastest ball is allowed to take a through ball. 
  • The other player tries to defend.
  • At 3 goals the winner may decide whether to give or continue.
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  • 2 shooters and a rebounder with a defender. 
  • The 2 shooters play over. 
  • The rebounder keeps moving in such a way that it keeps the attention of the defender. 
  • When he has attention he can run to the post to catch the shot that takes place. 
  • Switching at a goal. 
  • Defender may not run with back to rebounder...
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