The German Polo Championship came to an end on Sunday with three matches at Polo-und-Reitanlage, in Phoben, located forty-five minutes from Berlin, the German capital.

In the main final, Carfactory defeated Riller & Schnauck by 10 goals to 6 to claim the title.

The tournament saw six teams, up to 12 goals, compete over six days, with several German patrons and players competing alongside international polo stars.  

THE GERMAN POLO CHAMPIONSHIP WAS STREAMED LIVE ON POLOLINE TV FROM AUGUST 14-16.

FINAL GERMAN POLO CHAMPIONSHIP: CARFACTORY 10-6 RILLER & SCHNAUCK

CARFACTORY: Kutlay Yaprak 0 (2 goals), Lukas Sdrenka 2 (3), Cristóbal Durrieu 4 (1), Santiago Marambio 6 (4). 

RILLER & SCHNAUCK: Maximilian Singhoff 0 (1 goal), Max Bosch 3 (1), Horacio Fernandez Llorente 6 (4), Christopher Kirsch 3.

Score Carfactory: 5-2, 6-4, 7-4, 10-6.

Umpires: Alex Roldan & Thomas Winter.

MVP: Lukas Sdrenka.

BPP of the Tournament: One Maraca, played by Caesar Crasemann.

BPP of the Final: Elovero Santo, played by Santiago Marambio.

THIRD PLACE MATCH: ALLIANZ KUNDLER 7.5-5 PLUSQUADRAT

ALLIANZ KUNDLER: Clarissa Marggraf 0 (2 goals), Svenja Holty 0 (1), Toly Ulloa 5, Manuel Elizalde 6 (4).

PLUSQUADRAT: Sebastian Schneberger 1 (1 goal), Sven Schneider 2, Segundo Copello 3 (3), Valentin Novillo Astrada 6 (1).

Score Allianz Kundler: (0.5-0) 1.5-1, 5.5-2, 7.5-4, 7.5-5.

FIFTH PLACE MATCH: ENGEL & VOLKERS 7-6 GETRANKE LEHMANN

ENGEL & VOLKERS: Caesar Crasemann 4 (1 goal), Moritz Mahns 0, Caspar Crasemann 4 (5), Heinrich Dumrath 4 (1).

GETRANKE LEHMANN: Vanessa Schockemohle 0 (1 goal), Juan Correa 3 (1), Eduardo Anca 5 (3), Micky Duggan 4 (1).

Score Engel & Volkers: 2-1, 4-2, 6-5, 6-6, 7-6.

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