Cowdray Park: The home of British Polo
With a long and highly illustrious history, Cowdray Park is widely recognised as the Home of British Polo.
Viscount Cowdray’s 16,500 acre estate is situated in the South Downs National Park of West Sussex and the game of polo has been played on the estate for 100 years, with the first competitive tournaments being recorded in 1910.
Today approximately 450 matches are played each season, with the highlight being the Veuve Clicquot Gold Cup for the British Open Championships and we welcome spectators throughout the season.
The public are welcome to watch all matches at Cowdray Park. Tickets can be bought at the entrance gates to the grounds in play.
You are welcome to bring your own picnic and folding chairs or a rug to sit on, and there are ample viewing areas.
Polo at Cowdray Park
For up-to-the-minute information on Polo at Cowdray Park, including details of tournaments and matches, please visit the Cowdray Park Polo Club website.