Korfball drills for shoot / score / shot

  • 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.
  • Two players per basket.
  • At five metres in front of the basket stands an attacker, who shoots 3x at the basket, each goal is two points.
  • Underneath the basket is a rebounder.
  • The rebounder under the basket must catch the ball within one bounce, otherwise one point is deducted from the total score.
  • After three shots the rebounder becomes shooter and the shooter becomes rebounder.
  • Which team will have 15 points first?
  • Set up six baskets.
  • Under each basket, a regular player with the ball, the other players at the centre spot.

  1. Other players make two through balls on each basket. After the round, change leaders, then another round.
  2. On each basket, make one fly ball to the left. After the round, change helpers, then another round.
  3. On each basket, make one fly ball to the right. After the round, switch players, then another round.
  • One player for one minute
  • Place four hats around the basket at about 3/4 of a meter, one in front, one on the left, one on the right and one behind the basket.
  • The shooter starts in front of the basket.
  • The receiver stands with the ball under the basket.
  • The active player receives the ball and shoots, then walks directly to the next pawn next to the basket. Walk left for 1 minute and shoot on the move at each pawn.
  • After one minute, switch from catch to active player.
  • Do the same but walk to the right.


  1. Number 1 with the ball starts in front of the basket.
  2. Number 2 stands left or right in front of the basket.
  3. Number 1 throws to number 2 and then pulls away to the side where number 2 is not standing.
    • So number 2 is on the left side of the basket, number 1 walks to the right side of the basket.
  4. Number 2 throws the ball to number 1, after which number 1 shoots.
  5. Number 1 must catch his own ball.
  6. During the shot of number 1, number 2 sprints to the pawn, which is on a random spot on the field.
    • Place on the pitch depends on the child's level.
  7. If number 1 hits the ball, he/she gets one point, if number 1 catches the ball before number 2 reaches the cone, number 1 also gets one point.
    • so possibility of getting 2 points
  8. Change function.

  • The first to get 6 points wins (variation possible).
  • Is the sprinting too easy: add an extra pawn, which increases the sprint distance and for example makes a fast turn.

  • At pawn 1
    • touch the groundTouch the ground, jump up and stretch all the way. We do this 10 times.
  • Pole
    • next you take a dodge at the pole.
    • RUN TO PAWN 2.
  • Pole 2
    • 5 sit ups.
  • Pole
    • take a run through at the pole from behind the basket
    • RUN TO PAWN 1
  • Pawn 1
    • Push-ups 5 times
  • Pole
    • Take the penalty throw
    • RUN TO PAWN 2
  • Pole 2
    • Shot four meters behind the basket
    • After the intercepted shot, receive the ball and throw it back to the receiver, who is standing next to the basket.
    • Sprint to pion 1 and start again
  • We do this 3 times
  • Keep the post clear and keep your distance from each other.
  • But each time change under the post.
  • You have two attackers on the side in the middle between two baskets.
  • The attacker must try to score with the help of the two players.
  • At an interception, the defender becomes the attacker.
  • When a goal is scored, the attacker gets a bonus and is allowed to keep attacking, only now he has to attack the other basket.
  • When three goals have been scored, the winning attacker is rested and exchanged with a declarer.

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

  • Organization: per group a basket and a ball, the baskets are preferably (but not necessary) arranged in a circle or rectangle.
  • The number of persons per group is less important (but all groups are about the same size).
  • The first assignment for the groups is: 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 assignments first?
  • The trainer walks around, encouraging, or correcting.
  • He has a piece of paper with him with a row of assignments on it.
  • When someone comes to pick up the next assignment, first ask which one has just been done (this can vary considerably over time) and then hand out the next assignment.
  • An example list: 10 walk-through balls, 15 penalty shots, 5 8-meter shots, 10 walk-through balls from behind the basket, 5 dodge balls next to the pole, 10 6-meter shots.
  • Everything is possible of course, a lot of momentum is gained if the number of goals to be scored is kept small.
  • 10 walk-through balls
  • 20 small oppertunities
  • 6 remote shots
  • 10 penalty throws
  • 1 backwards