Swiss 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 in Basel,
12 March in Zürich, and
26 March in Lausanne.
Competition: 2020 – 2021
The 2020-2021 Swiss Alp League was held in June 2021 in Lausanne.
The results of each match:
|Match 1||KC Lausanne||Korfball Basel||1-3|
|Match 2||Korfball Club Zürich||KC Lausanne||6-1|
|Match 3||Korfball Basel||Korfball Club Zürich||4-3|
|Match 4||Korfball Basel||KC Lausanne||4-0|
|Match 5||KC Lausanne||Korfball Club Zürich||1-7|
|Match 6||Korfball Club Zürich||Korfball Basel||4-2|
This resulted in the following ranking:
|#1||Korfball Club Zürich||4||3||0||1||6||12||20||8|
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.
The Swiss national team korfball consists of selected 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).
Road to Chinese Taipei: Our next aim is to participate in the World Korfball Championship 2023 in Chinese Taipei. To qualify for this tournament, we will join the IKF European World Korfball Championships Qualifiers 2022 (to be held Oct/Nov 2022 in Czech Republic and Turkey). Selections for this team will be held in April 2022.
Participation of the Swiss national team in past tournaments:
2019, Qualification for participation in the European Korfball Championship B, November 2019, Lviv, Ukraine (more info on IKF website).
2021, European Korfball Championship B, October 2021, in Wroclaw, Poland (more info on IKF website).
General korfball links
Swiss Korfball is member of the International Korfball Federation.
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.