The unprecedented situation caused by the Covid-19 pandemic has affected the population globally, but certain areas of the planet are gradually returning to their regular routines, albeit with several restrictions in place. Important news came from England and USA this week regarding the future of polo, and France detailed how it is easing lockdown restrictions.
In a letter sent to club members, players, and followers last week, the Polo Club du Domaine de Chantilly announced their hopes to host an eventual polo season, Covid-19 pandemic and precautions taken by the French Government permitting. But one thing is for sure – there’s a lot of optimism in Europe regarding the current
Statement by Polo Club Saint Tropez released Friday, April 24th: Despite the crisis that we are going through due to the Covid-19 pandemic, our objective is still to prepare and put in place the conditions for reopening as soon as the authorities will allow us to do so. After the announcement last night
The Championnat de France came to an end on Sunday at Chantilly. The tournament, organised by the French Polo Federation, was held between Chantilly and Polo de Paris. The semifinals are commonly played in Chantilly, while the final usually takes place in Bagatelle. However, due to bad weather conditions, the final was moved to the
The Championnat de France has kicked off! The tournament will be played between Polo de Paris and Polo Club du Domaine de Chantilly; the semifinals will take place at Chantilly, while the final will be hosted by Polo de Paris. The finals are scheduled for Sunday, October 7. TEAMS: Championnat de France – Zone
The Open de France final was held at Polo Club du Domaine de Chantilly on Sunday; Marques de Riscal beat Marquard Media to claim the title in their first year competing in the tournament. All Open de France matches were streamed live on Pololine TV. FINAL OPEN DE FRANCE: MARQUES DE RISCAL 7-6 MARQUARD