Goalball with the Croysutt Warriors !

Try Goalball with the Croysutt Warriors
The Sir Philip Game Centre, 38 Moreland Avenue, Croydon, CR0 6EA
5.30 pm - 7.00 pm
12th February 2018

Goalball is great fun,  good exercise, and social We are a friendly group who play Goalball seriously for fun. We welcome new players of any age or ability whether Novice or Expert so why not give us and Goalball a try.  We play once a fortnight in Croydon

Try Goalball with the Croysutt Warriors !

Time: 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm
12th, 26th February 5th, 26th March
9th, 23rd April  14th, 28th May  11th, 25th June
 9th, 23rd July 13th, 27th August  10th, 24th September
8th, 22nd, October 5th, 19th, November 3rd, 17th December

Venue: The Sir Philip Game Centre, 38 Moreland Avenue, Croydon, CR0 6EA
For more information,

Contact: Robin Faulkner Tel 07889648925 or email
See us on Facebook at Croysutt WarriorsGoalball
Twitter @croysuttwarrior

Sponsored by www.croydonreptiles.co.uk

What is goalball?

Goalball is an exciting, indoor, 3-aside team sport, of attack and defend – with
a unique twist!

The sport was originally devised in 1946 to help rehabilitate soldiers who had lost
their sight during the war. It has been played throughout the world ever since up to
the highest level as a Paralympic sport, by people who have visual impairments.

Goalball is a truly inclusive sport as fully sighted players can also play alongside
those with visual impairment as all of the players wear eyeshades so that nobody
can see the ball. Players, therefore, have to rely entirely on their other senses. It is
suitable for all ages and abilities

The ball contains internal bells so players are able to track its movement by its sound. The court is marked out with tactile lines so players can feel where they are.

The idea of the game is quite simply to score goals by bowling the ball along the floor, past the opposing team.

Goalball sessions are currently running at the Sir Philip Game Centre in Croydon for
further details please email croysuttwarriors@outlook.com or call Robin on

Anyone who wants to get involved in the sport please visit our website
www.goalballuk.com or email us on enquiries@goalballuk.com


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