Korfball is a mixed gender Dutch sport with similarities to basketball and netball. SUKC was established in 2012 by a handful of players who already knew the sport. Within a year, they had assembled and trained up a cohort of Spartans - all new to the sport - and surprised everyone by finishing 5th at Nationals. Boosted by its early success, SUKC's membership exploded in 2014 with a second team already filling out. The Spartans climbed to 3rd place at Nationals, with our very own Nikesh Patel voted as player of the tournament. An incredible achievement for someone who had started just a year ago. Our Spartan pros, Alex Bell and Kate Hotton, were also called up to represent England at the U21 European Championships. With new members joining every year, SUKC keeps going form strength to strength. Fancy yourself as a Spartan? Want to contribute to 2021/22's success? We'll train you up - no prior experience is required. Contact us on korfball@soton.ac.uk or get in touch through our Facebook and Twitter accounts.

Korfball is a mixed gender Dutch sport with similarities to basketball and netball. SUKC was established in 2012 by a handful of players who already knew the sport. Within a year, they had assembled and trained up a cohort of Spartans - all new to the sport - and surprised everyone by finishing 5th at Nationals. Boosted by its early success, SUKC's membership exploded in 2014 with a second team already filling out. The Spartans climbed to 3rd place at Nationals, with our very own Nikesh Patel voted as player of the tournament. An incredible achievement for someone who had started just a year ago. Our Spartan pros, Alex Bell and Kate Hotton, were also called up to represent England at the U21 European Championships. With new members joining every year, SUKC keeps going form strength to strength. Fancy yourself as a Spartan? Want to contribute to 2021/22's success? We'll train you up - no prior experience is required. Contact us on korfball@soton.ac.uk or get in touch through our Facebook (University of Southampton Korfball Club), Instagram (@sotonunikorf), and Twitter (@SotonKorfball) accounts, or come along to training in the Team Southampton sports hall in the SUSU building on Tuesday evenings, 7.30pm-9.30pm.

The Committee

All clubs and societies within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Korfball this year are:

Macy Guerri-Garrett
1st Team Captain
Macy Guerri-Garrett
President
Lucie Huxtable
Secretary
Jake Humphries
Social Sec
Matthew Nichols
Treasurer
Neve Smith
Vice President

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Membership Information

These are the current membership fees offered by Korfball, although many clubs and societies offer a free period for new members to try out their activities.

Please note that some memberships of this group may also require you to purchase Sport & Wellbeing membership from the University of Southampton in order to use the relevant sport facilities
You must be a member of the Students' Union to join a club or society
NameCostValid PeriodDetails
Korfball full year membership£60.0025/09/2021 - 31/08/2022This membership covers training, entry and travel costs to the weekend league, socials, and reduced rates on BUCS tournament for the whole year.
Korfball semester 1 membership£35.0025/09/2021 - 31/01/2022This membership covers training, entry and travel costs to the weekend league, socials, and reduced rates on BUCS tournament if you want to attend for semester 1.
Korfball Full Year Reduced Membership£40.0014/10/2021 - 31/08/2022This membership is for those who want to come to training but not play in matches. Includes a social shirt as well as coaching at training sessions. This membership lasts for the full year.

Constitution

All SUSU clubs & societies must have a Constitution which governs how they run

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Health & Safety

All clubs & societies are required to risk assess their activity to ensure it is carried out in a safe manner for members. Current risk assessments for Korfball are available to view below