International Korfball Federation (IKF)
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1933-06-11 Antwerp Belgium
11 Jun 1933, Antwerp (Belgium), under the French title Fédération internationale de korfbal, by Dutch and Belgian korfball associations, as a continuation of U-XU5052 - International Korfball Bureau, started by both associations in 1924. From 1946 became more international. Adopted English title on 1 Jan 1982. Registered in accordance with Dutch law: 40479755.
Encourage, promote, develop and control korfball at all levels throughout the world; increase the level of play worldwide; support and maintain the ideals and objectives of the Olympic movement and in particular the fight against doping by means of appropriate tests; exercise jurisdiction over and determine disputes or disagreements between members, between continental confederations, between members and continental confederations, between athletes or officials and IKF and between athletes or officials and a continental confederation; establish and maintain an efficient administration.
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General Meeting; Council of 12; Executive Committee of 9. Continental Federations (5): Africa; Americas; Asia; Europe; Oceania.
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