Boccia England has recently launched a new programme of activity for anyone interested in delivering visually impaired boccia (VI boccia) and we’d love to hear from interested organisations and individuals.

Visually impaired boccia (VI boccia) is played by individuals who are blind or partially sighted. Athletes aim to propel their balls close to the jack ball by interpreting the position of the balls on court by reading a tactile grid, or by using other adapted playing methods.


How to access the resources

Visit our VI boccia page for more information on online learning opportunities and the equipment you will need to run a session.

We’ve just launched a Sport England-funded 2021 VI Boccia Development Package worth £150 and are inviting applications to receive this for free. This is open to any partners, organisations, schools, clubs or groups looking to develop and deliver VI boccia and the closing date is 9th July 2021. Apply now.


If you have any queries or would like more information, please contact our Workforce Manager, Natalie Braisby – [email protected]