There’s a truly eclectic mix of polo lying in wait for all this weekend, whether you are a polo purist whose preference is for parking pitch-side for high speed high goal with Windsor Park as a backdrop, or a scholar escaping from their books to bring Pimms and a picnic to Smith’s Lawn to cheer their University to victory, or indeed a Fulham family looking for a unique and fun day of polo without the need to venture out of the City (plus the chance to participate in a pitch invasion with Sharky & George) - the choice this weekend, as they say, really is yours.
International line-ups revealed for next weekend’s event Today the HPA, the UK’s governing body, have announced the England side that will take to the field at Beaufort Polo Club in Gloucestershire on Saturday 13 June.
New FIP initiative takes polo one-step closer to the Olympics Since the founding of FIP in 1982, the return of polo to the Olympic Games has been a major FIP goal.
The flame-haired royal has been pictured getting close to the actress who is dating Game of Thrones star Richard Madden
Evening Test match marks first England International polo match played at Hurlingham Park, Fulham, since 1939
Saturday 25 July England will play South America Following the exciting news that Royal Salute are to be the title sponsor of the Coronation Cup, HPA members are being offered Club and South Grandstand tickets at a discounted price of £40, reduced from £70, and free car entry if you show your current membership card on arrival.
Results announced for last two days of play at Guards Polo Club The last two day's knockout matches have decided the teams for the Quarter-Finals of The Cartier Queen's Cup 2015, with the favourites all clearing their way through to the next stage of the tournament. Dubai beat Somerton 13-10, VPS Healthcare Sifani lost 14-9 to King Power, and Salkeld knocked out HB Polo, 14-12.
Prestigious Club reel in another partner On Wednesday 3 June Guards Polo Club announced that EFG Bank would be joining their already burgeoning list of sponsors.
For our correspondent, learning then watching polo at Cowdray Park in Sussex was like picking up a tennis racket in the morning, and watching Wimbledon in the afternoon
As the inaugural Women's Sport Week kicks off, Georgie Wood reports on why female players get scant support and what is being done to stem the tide