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|Association||Welsh Korfball Association/Cymdeithas Pêl-Corff Cymru|
|IKF rank||18 (Dec. 2018)|
|Best result||15th, 2011|
|Best result||11th place, 2010|
|Best result||West div. Champions, 2007 & 2009|
The Wales National Korfball Team often referred to as the Welsh Korfball Squad (WKS) is managed by the Welsh Korfball Association/Cymdeithas Pêl-Corff Cymru, and represents Wales in international korfball competition. The Welsh Korfball Squad entered its first IKF ranking competition in 2007, after the Great Britain national korfball team was disbanded to produce three teams: England, Wales and Scotland. Wales is a fully recognised member of the International Korfball Federation and is currently ranked 18th in the world.
|2011||9th World Championship||Shaoxing, China||15th place|
- Before 2011 they played as Great Britain national korfball team.
- For World games see Great Britain national korfball team.
|2010||4th European Championships||Netherlands||11th place|
|2014||5th European Championships||Portugal||16th place|
|2018||6th European Championships||Netherlands||12th place|
- Before 2010 they played as Great Britain national korfball team.
|2007||2nd European Bowl||Luxembourg||Champions (West)|
|2009||3rd European Bowl||Luxembourg||Champions (West)|
|2013||4th European Bowl||Netherlands||2nd place (East)|
|2006||1st Korfball Commonwealth Championship||London, England||3rd place|
The Welsh Korfball Squad is selected by the coaching staff as appointed by the WKA.
- Head Coach: Jess Davies
Following the conclusion of the previous cycle, and appointment of a new head coach, there is currently no Wales squad selected.
Most capped players
Players with an equal number of caps are ranked in chronological order of reaching the milestone.
|2||Ruth Campbell Barbir||2007-2019||59||72||1|
Goalscorers with an equal number of goals are ranked with the highest to lowest goals per game ratio.
|4||Ruth Campbell Barbir||2007-2019||72||59||1||1.22|
- "Wales Make Korfball World Championship Debut in China". BBC. 27 October 2011.
- "Korfball Commonwealth Games". BBC. 24 August 2006.
- "The history of the IKF and the IKF World Championship" (PDF). IKF.
- "The history of the IKF European Championship" (PDF). IKF.