Korfball drills for shoot / score / shot

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  • All players have to shoot 10 times from the back.
  • The coach has a number in his mind and that is how many times the players must score.
  • If not, there is a consequence.
  • This is done individually and not as a team.
  • The players are divided over two posts.
  • Per pole they take 15 short chances (about 2 meters).
  • The trainer has a number in his head and if the players have not scored as often there is a consequence.

This is done in team context

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  • The group is divided into two teams,
  • the teams shoot from about 8 feet and score 10.
  • The group that gets this first is exempt, the other group gets a consequence.
    • 50 second full sprint,
    • 10 push-ups,
    • 10 abdominal crunches,
    • 10 leg raises,
    • 1 lap around the entire field.
  • There is a pawn 8 meters from the pole.
  • By this pawn:
    • Pawn 1, they do 10 taps on the ground
    • and then jump up and stretch their arms out.
    • Then they sprint to the pole, pole 1, and take a dodge; shooting on one leg.
  • There is another pawn and pole next to the other pawn and pole.
  • The pawn is also 8 meters from the pole.
    From pole 1, they sprint to pawn 2 and press 10 times.
    Then they sprint to the post and throw the declarer under the post and he makes a short chance behind the post.


They have 10 minutes to make a total of 15 with the whole group. If they don't make it, there is a consequence.

  • 50 second full sprint,
  • 10 push-ups,
  • 10 abdominal crunches,
  • 10 leg raises,
  • one lap around the entire field.

  • The same person will shoot for 2 minutes at a further distance.
  • You can only continue when you have scored.
  • The team members also shoot from the back

Shooting from two meters, of which the whole group has to score 10 in 5 minutes.
If not, there will be a consequence!

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The same person will shoot for 2 minutes at a further distance. You can only continue when you have scored.

  • The group is divided over the poles in groups of 2 or 3.
  • Practicing shooting
    • Which group at a distance of 5 meter will be first to score 6 times.
  • Practicing with dunkers
    • Which group will be first to score 12 passes.
  • Practicing with short chances
    • Which group will be first to score 9 short chances.
  • Practicing penalty throw under hands
    • Which group will be first to score 12 penalty shots under hands.

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  • the chaos game is fun for younger children, but can also be played with older children.


  • At the Chaos game the goal is that each child has a ball, and that there are 3 or 4 poles (also depending on the number of players)
  • in a row.
  • Each player starts at the same pole,
  • There is a countdown and then they all start shooting,
  • If they score, they may move one pole,
  • If they don't score, they remain at the post until they have scored.
  • You can decide beforehand whether they should pass each pole 1, 2 or 3 times, depending on the level.
  • Variation: you can use cones to mark a circle outside which the players have to shoot,
  • They are only allowed to enter the circle to catch the ball.
  • The materials below are for 4 people (hat = pawn)
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