Korfball

Korfball

Korfball is an exciting, fast paced game played in mixed gender teams. It is a cross between basketball, handball and netball where teams attempt to score in their opponents basket (‘korf’). The pace of the game means it is great for your fitness as well as being lots of fun.

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STUDENT CLUB | DETAILS

Locations: Sports Centre, Falmer

Type: Competitions and training

Details: We meet weekly to train for competitions.

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Costs: £15 a year

Bronze Standard members can access personal injury insurance and club training sessions hosted by the university.

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Click here to open our Sports Clubs first session guide. This will detail how to get involved in sports clubs at the University of Brighton. Some first sessions are trials and some are simply an open first session for you to give something a go.

You can take part in as many clubs as you like and can fit in. You only need to buy one membership which should be for the club that  requires the highest category membership. So if you do both a Bronze BUCS and Bronze Off-Site club then you just need a Bronze BUCS card. You only need to buy a membership if you are taking part in a BUCS fixture or you plan to continue to attend after the 31st October (whichever comes first). This gives you a great opportunity to try before you buy. Contact Sport Brighton if you have any questions.

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