Croydon Korfball Club is the biggest and oldest Korfball club in the UK, with a history spanning over 70 years. We are proud of our history but are also looking forward to the future and spending this year trying to win our place back in the National League. If you would like to be part of the team looking to win promotion then get in touch on
Opportunities at Every Level
CKC has 3 senior teams playing at every level of London Korfball. This coming season we will have places available in every team, including the first team, especially for female players. So if you are ambitious, committed, and love your Korfball, you could soon be playing in National League korfball next season!!
We also welcome people with open arms who are new to korfball or who haven't played sport for a while. We'll help you learn the game, and you can play at your level during training sessions.
Leading Facilities & Top Level Coaching
CKC trains at Royal Russell School in East Croydon. We have an incredibly experienced coaching set-up with international experience and several members of the club have played or refereed at the very top of the game, including in international competition.
Playing costs are tailored to suit the type of member:
Squad fees: £50 for 8 months (£400 pa)
Club fees: £35 for 8 months (£280 pa)
Discounts are available for juniors, students, the unemployed and families.
Our 3 senior teams, compete in leagues from late October to early April each year. Throughout the Summer we also compete in many outdoor tournaments, most notably our own tournament on the first Sunday in July. This has been the biggest Korfball Tournament in the UK for some years, with around 50 teams playing, including some from Holland and other parts of Europe. Over the August Bank Holiday weekend, we travel to a Dutch tournament in Leiderdorp, near Leiden and stay with our great friends from Velocitas Korfball Club.
If you would like to come along and try the sport or would like more information then please contact Tom on . Remember your first 4 sessions are free!
Our juniors benefit from competing in matches and tournaments such as the National Youth Day, but generally have loads of fun while getting to meet and make new friends. Rather than competing in weekly leagues, junior teams meet every few weekends and play in "round robin" style competitions to maximise playing time. Older Juniors (14+) often move up and play in our senior teams when they are ready and several of our top senior team have come through the ranks.
Juniors are invited to our Thursday night training sessions at Royal Russell School during term time from 7 to 8pm
If you would like to come along and try the sport or would like more information then please contact Tom on . Remember your first four sessions are free!