Inclusive sports

At EduSport, we believe in inclusivity. That is why we now offer inclusive sports for both sports and corporate organisations. Inclusive sports is the practice of a sport between people with or without disability – under the same rules! This enables people to come together to enjoy the sport under equal opportunities.

Sports creates bonds within societies and thus, sports inclusion is imperative in helping to build a cohesive society. Recognising this need of inclusivity is especially important for children. 

Children tend to be curious and sociable and being exposed to various inclusive sports help to develop mutual understanding, appreciation and respect from an early age. 

Continue reading to find out more about Sitting Volleyball and Goalball!

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SITTING VOLLEYBALL

Sitting Volleyball

Sitting volleyball is a form of volleyball for athletes with a disability. Unlike standing volleyball, sitting volleyball players must have at least one buttock in contact with the floor during the game.

This game is very versatile and can be played both indoors and outdoors!

GOALBALL

Goalball is a team sport designed specifically for athletes with a vision impairment. For this sport, able-bodied participants are blindfolded. 

Participants compete in teams of five, and try to throw or roll a ball that has bells embedded inside of it into the opponents’ goal. The ball is thrown by hand and never kicked. Using ear-hand coordination, participants try to score goals by throwing it into a net behind their opponents. 

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