2023 Women’s Club Basketball Festival with Woori Hospital in Pyeongchon Introducing the WKBL Participating Teams – Clover, EFS

A basketball festival for female basketball lovers is coming.

On August 8 and 15, as well as on August 22 and 29, Basket Korea will host competitions for female basketball players to improve their skills and for WKBL fan friendship.

The ‘2023 Women’s Basketball Fellowship Festival 바카라사이트 with WKBL CHAPTER 1′ will hold a preliminary pool league on Sunday, August 8 at the Samsung Life Practice Gym in Yongin, and a final league on the 15th at Dowon Gym, the home of Shinhan Bank in Incheon.

There are nine teams participating in the tournament: Hanpyeong, Assep, Clover, LM, EFS, FLOW, Batu, Hyper, and Spurt, and we will introduce Clover and EFS in the second part of the team introduction.

Clover was founded in 2014. They have been “Team Clover” for nearly 10 years. Their motto is “Happiness”. The team’s philosophy is to be happy through basketball. The team bonds through weekly meetings.

Currently, there are about 20 bowlers from Korea, as well as Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan, and Malaysia.

2017 is the golden year In 2017, the team finished first in the Seoul Geumcheon Women’s Basketball League, third in the Seoul Citizen League, and recently placed third in the 2022 ASAP Bae.

“We want to focus on playing our best until the end of every game so that we can be satisfied with ourselves,” said Clover President Park Ha-neul.

The fourth team is EFS. EFS is a club at Ewha Womans University and the only university team in the tournament. They were founded in 2008. EFS stands for EWHA FREE STYLE, which means horizontal and free basketball between team members. The team is so serious about basketball that they organize an annual EFS club tournament.

Their resume is impressive. EFS is a collegiate powerhouse that won the KUSF FINAL trophy from 2016 to 2018, and has since placed in the top tier of KUSF organized events. They’re also a four-time KUSF National runner-up, including in 2022.

And this year, EFS returned to the top of the heap, winning the 8th Ewha Womans University Amateur Women’s Basketball Tournament after winning the Sinchon ALIVE 3×3 tournament and finishing as runners-up at the KOREA 3×3 tournament.

EFS captain Shin Yoo-kyung said, “It was our first time competing in a club tournament beyond university boats, and I hope it was a good experience for all the members. I hope that EFS will develop into a more cohesive team. In addition, I would like to publicize the existence of a university team called EFS, which may be unfamiliar to people in the club, and Kim Bomi, a former Samsung Life player, came to EFS as a coach in the first half of this year and helped our team a lot, so it is a new feeling and I am looking forward to playing in the gym where the coach used to work out.”

This tournament will be reported through portal sites (Naver, Daum, Google), and communication with the WKBL such as active and retired players is also prepared.

The tournament will begin with a match between Clover and Hannpyeong at 10 a.m. on the 8th, and a total of nine games will be played until the Batu and Hyper match at 4 p.m.

In addition, Pyeongchon Woori Hospital, which specializes in spinal joints, is the title sponsor, and the Korea Basketball Association, the KBL and WKBL official ball Molten, uniform customization company Stutt, and high-end calcium brand Bone Earth will be sponsoring.

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