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Italy national korfball team

Association Federazione Italiana Korfball (FIK)
IKF membership 2003
IKF code ITA
IKF rank 32 (Dec. 2011)
European Bowl
Appearances 1 (First in 2009)
Best result 7th (east), 2009

The Italy national korfball team is managed by the Federazione Italiana Korfball (FIK), representing Italy in korfball international competitions.

In 2005 Italy won the Mediterranean Cup, consisting in a double match with Greece,[1] being their firsts matches ever.[2]

Tournament History

European Bowl
Year Championship Host Classification
2009 3rd European Bowl[3] Slovakia (East division) 7th place (East)

Current squad

National team in the 2009 European Bowl

  • Claudia Constantiniu
  • Donatella Di Fonzo
  • Elena Cavriani
  • Monica Formentin
  • Cristina Pettenuzzo
  • Silvia Crosetti
  • Tea Bezzicheri
  • Scott Pygall
  • Alessio Vergagni
  • Andrea Barbieri
  • Evans Bentivogli
  • Stefano Balostro
  • Arturo De Nardi
  • Giulio De Nardi
  • Coach: Massimo Cereda


  1. ^ "Italy wins the Mediterranean Cup". IKF. 27 April 2005. 
  2. ^ "Korfball debut for Italy and Greece". IKF. 13 April 2005. 
  3. ^ "European Bowl 2009 - Est". IKF. 
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