The German Polo Championship kicked off on Friday, August 7, at Polo-und-Reitanlage, in Phoben, located forty-five minutes from the German capital, Berlin. The tournament sees six teams, up to 12 goals, compete over six days, with several German patrons and players competing alongside international polo stars. The finals are set for Sunday, August 16.
THE GERMAN POLO CHAMPIONSHIP WILL BE STREAMED LIVE VIA POLOLINE TV, FROM AUGUST 14-16.
GERMAN POLO CHAMPIONSHIP – DAY 1:
Riller & Schnauck 7-8 Engel & Völkers
Getranke Lehmann 7-6 Plusquadrat
Allianz Kundler 9.5-4 Carfactory
The German Polo Championship continues on Saturday:
Carfactory vs Plusquadrat
Engel & Völkers vs Getranke Lehmann
Riller & Schnauck vs Allianz Kundler
Engel & Volkers: Daniel Crasemann 0, Caspar Crasemann 4, Caesar Crasemann 4, Heinrich Dummrath 4.
Allianz Kundler: Nico Wollenberg 1, Manuel Elizalde 6, Toly Ulloa 5, Clarissa Marggraf 0.
Carfactory: Santiago Marambio 6, Kutlay Yaprak 0, Lukas Sdrenka 2, Moritz Gädeke 3.
PlusQuadrat: Sebastian Schneberger 1, Valentin Novillo Astrada 6, Sven Schneider 2, Segundo Copello 3.
Getranke Lehmann: Vanessa Schockemöhle 0, Juan Correa 3, Eduardo Anca 5, Micky Duggan 4.
Riller & Schnauck: Horacio Fernandez Llorente 6, Max Bosch 3, Maximilian Singhoff 0, Christopher Kirsch 3.