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Greece national korfball team

Association Hellenic Korfball & Ball-Sports
Federation (HKBSF)
IKF membership 2003
IKF code GRE
IKF rank 30 (Nov.2013)
European Bowl
Appearances 3 (First in 2007)
Best result 3rd (east), 2007

The Greece national korfball team is managed by the Hellenic Korfball & Ball-Sports Federation (HKBSF), representing Greece in korfball international competitions.

Tournament history

European Bowl
Year Championship Host Classification
2007 2nd European Bowl[1] Arandjelovac (Serbia) (East) 3rd place (East)
2009 3rd European Bowl[2] Prievidza (Slovakia) (East) 6th place (East)
2013 4th European Bowl[3] Papendrecht (Netherlands) (East) 5th place (East)
Balcans Championship
Year Championship Host Classification
2006 1st Balkan Korfball Championship[4][5] Neo Petritsi (Greece) 2nd place
2007 2nd Balkan Korfball Championship Arandjelovac (Serbia) 2nd place
2007 3rd Balkan Korfball Championship[6] Blagoevgrad (Bulgaria) 3rd place

Current squad

National team in the 2013 European Bowl

  • Georgia Barla
  • Georgia Kathiotou
  • Katerina Panagiotidou
  • Flora Papageorgiou
  • Paraskevi Touri
  • Giorgos Chotzoglou
  • Angelos Kokolakis
  • Filippos Manavopoulos
  • Stamatis Mavros
  • Vasileios Nasis
  • Triantafyllos Papafloratos
  • Giannis Sarrigiannis
  • Coach: Angelos Kokolakis


  1. ^ "Slovakia wins the Eastern Division of the European Bowl". IKF. 19 June 2007. 
  2. ^ "European Bowl 2009 – Est". IKF. 
  3. ^ "European Bowl 2013 – Est". IKF. 
  4. ^ "Serbia is the Balkan korfball champion". IKF. 23 July 2006. 
  5. ^ "Greece plans Balkan Korfball Championship". IKF. 12 June 2005. 
  6. ^ "Successful Balkan Championship enjoyed by all participants". IKF. 7 July 2008. 

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