Water Polo

Water Polo in the ASA North West Region

Welcome, if you are reading this you have some interest in the sport of Water Polo.  The aim of this page is to explain what you need to do to find a pool where you can watch Polo, play Polo and make a decision to take up a sport which will keep you active until you choose to stop.  Few other sports require fitness levels comparable to water polo, but to begin you need to find a club.

2011 Academy Boys winnersThe North West is the leading region in England for water polo and contains 26 clubs stretching from Carlisle to Chester and Birkenhead to Burnley.

We currently hold the Inter-Regional Championship titles for Junior (u18) and Academy (u14) Boys as well Junior (u18), Youth (u16) and Academy (u14) Girls. 

> For all Inter Regional results click here

In 2011 in the National Age Group Water Polo GBR junior girlsChampionships, all six competitions were won by North West Clubs. City of Manchester won both boys and girls academy plus junior girls. City of Liverpool won youth girls and Lancaster City won youth and junior boys.

> For all National Age Group Water Polo Championships results click here

With the great success in the National Age Group Water Polo Championships, City of Manchester went on to win the 2011 North West Academy Water Polo Championship, with Lancaster City taking the 2011 North West Youth Water Po2011 Youth Boys National Winners - Lancaster Citylo Championship.

If your existing club does not have a water polo section then please contact one of the following Club Websites 

If you would like to find out more information on water polo in the North West Region then you could contact the North West Manager, Joanne Mountfield  

The North West Region supports a wide range of development activities for all age groups/officials and Water Polo Development Plan

The North West Region also promotes and hosts a wide range of water polo competitions from International matches to local mini polo festivals. Check out the upcoming calendar