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1984 Korfball World Championship

The 1984 Korfball World Championship was the second edition of the major international korfball competition. It was held in Belgium on April 24–27, in the cities of Antwerp, Louvain la Neuve, Hasselt and Ghent. The Netherlands defeated Belgium at the final by 11–9.

Pool matches

Legend

Pts = Points
P = Played games
W = Win (2p)
L = Lost

 

F = Korfs favour
A = Korfs against
D = Difference korfs (KF-KA)

 
POOL A Pts P W L F A D
 Netherlands 6 3 3 0 81 32 +49
 Great Britain 4 3 2 1 32 37 −5
 United States 2 3 1 2 32 40 −8
 France 0 3 0 3 30 66 −36
April 24, 1984
Netherlands  21–7  Great Britain Antwerp
April 24, 1984
France  8–13  United States Louvain la Neuve
April 25, 1984
Netherlands  21–9  United States Antwerp
April 25, 1984
France  6–14  Great Britain Antwerp
April 26, 1984
Great Britain  11–10  United States Antwerp
April 26, 1984
Netherlands  39–16  France Hasselt
POOL B Pts P W L F A D
 Belgium 6 3 3 0 72 18 +54
 West Germany 4 3 2 1 34 26 −8
 Spain 2 3 1 2 13 36 −23
 Australia 0 3 0 3 24 63 −29
April 24, 1984
Spain  6–11  West Germany Antwerp
April 24, 1984
Belgium  38–13  Australia Louvain la Neuve
April 25, 1984
Belgium  14–4  West Germany Ghent
April 25, 1984
Australia  5–6  Spain Ghent
April 26, 1984
Belgium  20–1  Spain Antwerp
April 26, 1984
West Germany  19–6  Australia Antwerp

Final round

7th–8th places

April 27, 1984
Australia  8–7  France Ghent

5th–6th places

April 27, 1984
Spain  8–8*  United States Ghent
  • (Spain wins after penalty Shoot-out)

Bronze medal match

April 27, 1984
West Germany  7–5  Great Britain Ghent

Final

April 27, 1984
Netherlands  11–9  Belgium Ghent

Final standings

Team
1  Netherlands
2  Belgium
3  West Germany
4  Great Britain
5  Spain
6  United States
7  Australia
8  France

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