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Korfball European Bowl

The European Bowl is the Korfball European Championship "B", played by the countries that have not qualified for the World Championships.

In 2005, the International Korfball Federation named the trophy for the European Bowl championship after Jan Hanekroot, one of its longest serving development officers and promoters, who died earlier that year. [1]

Korfball European Bowl
Year Host Champion Second place Third place
I 2005 Details Catalonia Catalonia Russia Portugal
II 2007 Details Luxembourg and Serbia Slovakia Wales France
III 2009 Details Luxembourg (West)
Slovakia (East)
Wales
Slovakia
Scotland
Serbia
Ireland
Turkey
IV 2013 Details Slovakia (Centre)
Netherlands (East)
Slovakia
Turkey
Serbia
Wales
Scotland
Ireland

References

  1. ^ The European Bowl Tournament Trophy named after Jan Hanekroot - International Korfball Federation

See also

External links

  • European Bowl on International Federation of Korfbal website
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