Get Involved

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Are you interested in playing Goalball? Or becoming a coach or an official? Then contact your nearest club and Get Involved!

Taster Sessions

Saturday 2nd February
10.30am to 12pm
Blackburn Youth Zone, Jubilee Street, Blackburn, BB1 1EP

For more information please contact Kathryn Fielding:
T. 07795 263642

Saturday 16th February
11am to 1pm
University of Exeter (St Luke’s Campus), 79 Heavitree Road, Exeter, EX1 1TX

For more information please contact Tom Dobson:
T. 07526 169288

Saturday 30th March
10.30am to 4pm
St Paul’s High School, Gillburn Road, Dundee, DD3 0EH

Goalball is one of many sports on offer at the Scottish Disability Sport VI Sports Day.

This event is specifically designed to introduce children, young people and adults living with a visual impairment to sport and support regular participation and engagement in sport.

For participants aged 10+ years – registration is essential.

For more information or to book a place on the day please contact:
Phone: 0131 317 1130

A meet and greet service will be available at Dundee bus station and/or Dundee railway station to direct you to the venue – please let us know you need this support when booking.

Goalball UK are busy working to develop new clubs throughout the country and regularly hold taster sessions.

Dates and venues for future sessions will be announced soon. To register your interest please email us or call 0114 2235670.

To find a list of all Goalball UK clubs please click here.

All you need to start a club

  • A quiet gym, and, if it has a volleyball court marked in it it’s a bonus as this is the same size as a Goalball court and you can use these lines for guidance
  • Tape and string to mark out the court
  • A ball that makes a noise, preferably a goalball but if you have youngsters playing it may be advisable to start with a Jingle Ball which is larger and softer than a Goalball, or a Kixz football
  • Padding, to cover elbows, knees, hips, chest (for girls) and groins (for boys)
  • Eyeshades, like ski goggles but sleepshades could be used to start with, these are less expensive although they do not offer the same protection
  • Goals can be formed from gym benches initially but players need to be warned to be careful not to fall over them.
  • Some willing players!!
Equipment Information
A group of Goalball Players

For information on how to improve your club, Click Here to visit our Club Matters page.  

If you are interested in starting a new goalball club then Goalball UK will be able to support you in gaining all the equipment outlined above and help you develop the club. For more information please email us or call 0114 2235670.


We are always looking for new officials to help support our domestic competitions. For information on how to become an officialClick Here to visit our Volunteering page.


For information on how to volunteer Click Here to visit our Volunteering page.