It’s easy to understand. First presented in the Netherlands in 1902, Korfball brings together two teams of four men and four women. Both try to score most by throwing a ball into a stand-alone basket. “Korf” is Dutch for “basket”. It’s a very fast and fair sport – mostly played in Europe. But there are also some teams in Africa and even Asia.
The transatlantic diablog was on location in Cologne as the teams of Germany and the Czech Republic had one of their last games before the 2014 European Championships in Portugal. Final result of the match: 23 to 17 – with Germany winning.
Discover the world of Korfball below. It’s worth it…
More about that:
Official website of the 2014 European Championships