Korfball drills for attack / score

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  • Place the poles in a row next to each other.
  • Underneath each post there will be a marker with a ball.
  • The players take a through-ball on the first post after which they catch their own ball.
  • The passer then runs to the front of the next post, moves on and takes a through-ball on this post.
  • Here, the ball is caught again and the captain moves on to the next post.
  • At the last pole, the passer runs behind the posts back to the first pole.
  • Work towards a number of goals (2 times the number of poles is fine).
  • This can also be done with other forms of chances such as drawback balls.
  • groups of 2 at the post
  • pilon in front of the post at 8 meters = starting position
  • run up to a pilon shortly before the post 1.5 metres
  • swerve to the left or to the right
  • coach when accelerating to swerve / cat-like
  • coach when a tight ball is thrown / nose height
drawing
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  • 1 player under the pole
  • 1 player in front of the pole as declarer
  • 1 player far in front of the post with a defender


  • The attacker makes a feint move in the shape of a V. 
  • The defender is put on the wrong footing. 
  • It is important that you step away on the back to get the ball 
  • The attacker throws the ball and the defender makes a distance shot when there is enough room 
  • When the defender responds to the shot threat and steps in to defend, the declarer steps out to the side and the attacker makes a through-ball 
  • There's one attacker under the post.
  • there's 1 passeer in front of the post
  • There's one attacker in front of the post.
  • the attacker runs towards the support and then towards the left or right corner of the field (in a kind of V) 
  • the defender puts full pressure on the shot. 
  • When the attacker gets the ball back, he makes a shooting threat. 
  • The support and passer step in either direction to support the attacker. 
  • The attacker makes a through-ball. 
  • There's a support and an attacker. 
  • The support throws the ball to the attacker
  • As soon as the ball is thrown, the support must immediately go after it to defend it.
  • So the intention is that they shoot as fast as possible.
drawing
  • You make a box, with an attacker in it, 
  • the attacker must keep moving in the box, while a defender is following. 
  • The other player is standing outside the box. 
  • The attacker starts with the ball in his/her hands and throws it to someone on the side and the person on the side throws it back to the attacker and then throws it back to someone else standing on the side. 
  • The defender tries to take the ball. 
  • When the defender takes the ball, he throws it back you will try again
  • The attacker always tries to run free and the defender tries to intercept the ball
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  • make 2 groups 
  • the attack takes the ball from the trainers.
  • When the defence has intercepted the ball, they  return it to the trainers. 
  • When they have scored, the team gets a bonus and is allowed to take the ball back.
  • 1 of the young trainers can act as referee to gain experience

2 children stand near a post. 1 attacker and 1 defender.

  • The attacker may move around the post, towards the post and away from the post.
  • The defender always stays with his back to the post and follows the defender.
  • At a given moment, the attacker is given the ball by the trainer. The defender must then move directly towards the attacker and raise his hands.


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In short: practicing various shooting variations in a fun competition form.

Organization: per group a post and a ball, the posts are preferably (but not necessary) arranged in a circle or rectangle. The number of people per group is less important (but all groups are about the same size).

  • The first task for the groups is to score 10 goals. 
  • When you have completed this assignment, the person who scored the last goal runs to the trainer to pick up the next assignment. 
  • Which group completed all the assignments first?
  • In the meantime, the trainer walks around encouraging or correcting where necessary. 
  • He has a piece of paper with him with a row of assignments on it. When someone gets to get the next assignment, first ask which one has just been completed (this can vary quite a bit over time) and then give the next assignment. 
  • An example list: 5 walk-through balls, 5 penalty throws, 5 4-meter shots, 5 walk-through balls from behind the post, 5 shots behind the post.
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