Goalball is a team sport which is growing in popularity, and Winchester is leading the way.
Players compete in teams of three, to try and throw a ball, which has bells inside it, into the opponents' goal.
It is one of only a few sports that can be played by blind and partially sighted players, as well as those with full sight, as each player is blindfolded to make it a level playing field.
Goalball was created in 1946 to help rehabilitate wounded soldiers returning from World War Two.
Winchester goalball was set up in 2013 and is one of the biggest clubs in the country. Its members range from 8 to 50 years old.
The sport is now played in 100 different countries.
Winchester's goal is to be accessible and fun and perhaps even creating new Paralympians for the future.