We are UEA Tigers Korfball! We welcome players of all abilities and support people looking for a social way to keep fit as well as those looking to compete at the top level. Korfball is a unique mixed-gendered sport, with teams consisting of four male and four female players. The objective is to score the ball through the baskets at either end of the court, with attack and defence rotating throughout the game.
We have four teams in the local Norfolk Korfball League, so we can offer game time to everyone looking for it. We also have three BUCS teams that compete around the country against other universities, winning National Championships 7 times!
We also love to enjoy ourselves off the court, with great socials throughout the year and plenty of opportunities to get to know your fellow club members. We also attend tournaments around the UK and in Europe!
We pride ourselves on being a friendly and welcoming club, so come along to any of our training sessions and give Korfball a go! If you have any questions, feel free to send us a message on social media or send us an email (see below).
Mondays: 16:20 – 17:00 - Sportspark Hall 2
Wednesdays: 17:00 – 19:00 - Sportspark Hall 2
Fridays: 17:00 - 19:00 - Sportspark Hall 2
President: James Jonas
Vice President: Hannah Bealey
Treasurer: Ollie Howitt-Sutton
Publicity Officer: Fi Sutherland
Social secretaries: Sammy Porter and Nick Stanig
Welfare Officer: Hannah Daniels
Tournament Secretary: Osgar Mee-Friedman
BUCS & Squad Coordinator: Julia-Anne Cunnell
Fixtures & Development Coordinator: Euan Tilley
Additional Cost of Sport Ranges
The additional cost of sport project, which was created by the Students’ Union, alongside uea+sport, is designed to give prospective members information on the range of costs they may face in joining their chosen sport.
This range should be taken as guidance. For compulsory costs, this price includes uea+sport membership which is £55, and you only need to pay once to join all of our clubs.
When considering additional costs, some clubs may have none and others may have further costs. This is often dependent on the level of competitiveness for the sport you get involved in, and so recreational or socially playing may be cheaper. You may also have equipment which can be used between multiple sports, for example shoes or gum shields.
For any questions, please ask the sport club for specific further information, or firstname.lastname@example.org for further information on the project.
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