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. 

Water polo originated in England and Scotland was one of the original team sports at the first modern Olympic Games in 1900 with Great Britain winning the first four men’s Olympic gold medals in 1900, 1908, 1912 and 1920.

The sport combines speed and strength as well as teamwork and a high level of fitness – one outfield player can cover up to two miles in one game alone.

Around 15,000 people play water polo in the UK across all levels – why not add to that number by joining one of the many ASA-registered clubs in England?

Joining one of the many water polo clubs in England can be the first step towards getting into ASA England Talent Squads and means you can enter local, regional and national competitions.

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

To find out more about Water Polo click here to access the English Water Polo Hub

If you would like to find out more information on water polo in the North West Region then you could should the North West Manager, Joanne Mountfield  -joannemountfield@gmail.com