Cautiously, the light at the end of the tunnel begins to appear in Europe after the COVID-19 outbreak. Certain activities are resuming slowly, mostly in rural areas. The pandemic has affected polo hugely, but optimism is growing day by day.
Villa A Sesta Polo Club is set in Tuscany, around 200 km from Rome, and club representatives are positive they having the necessary conditions in place for polo to be played. In order to achieve this, they have worked hard to ensure hygiene and safety measures. They shared the following with PoloLine:
“We have high expectations for our season at Villa A Sesta, and we are adapting in the best way so that people can enjoy polo while respecting hygiene and safety measures. We have invested in infrastructure, which includes stands for our new polo ground. The three fields are in excellent condition, the weather is great, and everybody at the club is ready to enjoy the sport we all love so much. In addition, we will be launching a new merchandising collection, which will be available to purchase both through our website and at the club throughout the year.”
For more information, go to villasestapoloclub.com