Polo is inclusive to all genders and levels of experience, either at university or college level. We welcome enquiries from those with a disability regarding the accessibility of Polo.
Our Club | Oxford University Polo Club
Oxford University Polo Club has a rich history dating back to 1874. Since the first match played between Brasenose and Christ Church, OUPC have produced some of the most notable players and coaches in country. Rivalry between Oxford and Cambridge is fierce; the annual varsity match played at Guards in Windsor is one of the oldest University fixtures in the world. We train at The Oxford Polo School in Kirtlington every week for most of the year, and welcome members of varying abilities. Even if you have never been on a horse, Polo is the most fun you can have with balls.
For more details on our club including memberships & training times please visit our club website:
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Inter-College | Cuppers
Polo runs an inter-college tournament, open to both experienced players and beginners. For more information on how to get involved at college level, please contact a member of the club or your college sports rep.