Cirencester Park Polo Club is the most Historic Polo Club in the UK, founded in 1894, so it was great to spend the day there for the season finale on September 21st; just a shame we have to wait until April 2015 for the next fixture.
For the quintessential English polo experience, Cirencester Park Polo Club is the supreme venue. Established in 1894, amid 3000 acres of parkland and woodland on one of the country’s most beautiful parks, Cirencester offers the highest levels of polo whilst retaining the charm of a delightfully relaxed country polo club.
The club boasts 11 polo grounds and our Members’ enclosure includes the original ‘Thatched Bar’ running alongside the famous Ivy Lodge ground, ensuring a spectacular view of all the polo action.
Over the last 100 years they have played host to some of the most influencial figures of our time including George V & VI, Edward VIII, the Maharajas of Jaipur & Jodphur, the sultan of Brunei and the current Royal Family.
Whether you are looking for a quiet family picnic beside the field, a four-course lunch for hundreds of your guests in our Ivy Lodge Marquee, your first introduction to playing polo at the Academy or just a Pimm’s watching the sunset outside the clubhouse; Cirencester’s friendly, dedicated and experienced team will be delighted to welcome you to their intimate and ‘wonderfully rural’ club.
Gates open at 12.30pm on Sundays and Bank Holidays and they are always delighted to welcome visitors. Bring your own picnic or become a day member and enjoy lunch in the Members’ Restaurant/Tea Room.