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Slovakia national korfball team

Association Slovak Korfball Association (SAK)
IKF membership 1994
IKF code SVK
IKF rank 19 (Nov 2012)
World Championships
Appearances 2 (First in 1995)
Best result 10th, 1995
European Championships
Appearances 3 (First in 1998)
Best result 8th, 1998
European Bowl
Appearances 2 (First in 2007)
Best result Champions, 2007

The Slovakia national korfball team is managed by the Slovak Korfball Association (SAK), representing Slovakia in korfball international competitions.

In 2007 Slovakia won the European Bowl and in 2009, the European Bowl (East).

Tournament history

World Championships[1]
Year Championship Host Classification
1995 5th World Championship New Delhi (India) 10th place
2003 7th World Championship Rotterdam (The Netherlands) 13th place
European Championships[2]
Year Championship Host Classification
1998 1st European Championship Estoril (Portugal) 8th place
2002 2nd European Championship Catalonia 9th place
2010 4th European Championship Netherlands 13th place
European Bowl
Year Championship Host Classification
2007 2nd European Bowl Serbia Champions
2009 3rd European Bowl Prievidza (Slovakia) (East) Champions (East)

Current squad

National team in the 2009 European Bowl

  • Denisa Walova
  • Katarina Pernisova
  • Lucia Dekanova
  • Monika Zanova
  • Romana Lihotska
  • Lujza Mojzisova
  • Mariola Pavlakova
  • Michaela Svitekova
  • Maros Gajdosik
  • Matej Mendel
  • Peter Busik
  • Peter Fabik
  • Tomas Kocner
  • Marek Marcan
  • Martin Hlavac
  • Róbert Mojzis
  • Coach: Marcel Kavala


  1. ^ "The history of the IKF and the IKF World Championship". IKF. 
  2. ^ "The history of the IKF European Championship". IKF. 
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