Winchester Goalball

Winchester Goalball Club provides blind and partially sighted people of all ages the opportunity to enjoy the sport of goalball. The club meets for training twice a month, and gives players the opportunity to participate in competitions across the country.

Founded in 2013 by Paralympian Adam Knott, Winchester Goalball Club is now one of the largest goalball clubs in the country with players from 8 years old through to 50+ years old as well as a fantastic group of volunteers and parents.

A grant from Hendy Foundation has paid for new playing shirts for the members providing a fresh start for the club as goalball is up and running again following Covid.