Alp League

The Alp League is the Swiss national competition (indoor korfball).

Competition: 2021 – 2022

Dates: The 2021-2022 Swiss Alp League will be held on 12 February, 12 March, and 26 March 2022 in Basel, Zürich, and Lausanne, respectively.

Competition: 2020 – 2021

The 2020-2021 Swiss Alp League was held in June 2021 in Lausanne. The results of each match:

Match 1KC LausanneKorfball Basel1-3
Match 2Korfball Club ZürichKC Lausanne6-1
Match 3Korfball BaselKorfball Club Zürich4-3
Match 4Korfball BaselKC Lausanne4-0
Match 5KC LausanneKorfball Club Zürich1-7
Match 6Korfball Club ZürichKorfball Basel4-2

This resulted in the following ranking:

TeamGPWDLPtsGDG+G-
#1Korfball Club Zürich4301612208
#2Korfball Basel430165138
#3KC Lausanne40040-17320
GP: games played, W: win, D: draw, L: loss, Pts: points, GD: goal difference, G+: goals scored, G-: goals against.
Latest results:

2020-2021 – Korfball Club Zürich (KCZ)
2019-2020 – Cancelled due to COVID-19
2018 – Winner Alp competition: Korfball Club Zürich (KCZ)

Rules & regulations Alp League

These are shared with your club boards. Please contact them in case of any questions.

National team

The Swiss National team consists of members of all clubs of Switzerland and players holding a Swiss passport across the world. Switzerland is per end of 2020 ranked #36 on the IKF World Ranking (link to full list). In 2019, the national team qualified for participation in the European Korfball Championship B, planned to be held in October 2021 in Poland (more info here).

Note! The selection training will be held on 21-22 August 2021.

In order to send our team to Poland, we need your help. With this crowdfunding page, we hope to raise enough money to pay for preparation trainings and minimize the amount our players pay themselves. Are you part of the Swiss Korfball crowd? Help us out, every Franc counts!

With your contribution, you not only help out the Swiss National team, you also support a team sport that embodies diversity and gender equality. Our team consists of players with different backgrounds, and as the only mixed-gender team sports, we stand for gender equality.

Thank you very much for your help!

Help us all go…

Together to Poland!

Swiss Korfball is member of the International Korfball Federation.

International Korfball Federation & Global korfball news, events & formal documents: www.ikf.org and https://korfball.sport/

Check out this link for instruction videos on korfball,

which were developed as part of an Erasmus+ project by IKF in collaboration with international korfball federations, including Swiss Korfball.