Feb 3rd, 2015 | By | Category: English Polo News

03rd Feb 2015

Tickets go on sale today for one of London’s most hotly anticipated summer sport and social events, Chestertons Polo in the Park, which takes place on 5, 6, & 7 June 2015 in Hurlingham Park, Fulham.

Now in its seventh year, the three-day sporting spectacle – which is part of the City Polo Series – has firmly established itself as the must-attend event in South West London and officially marks the start of the capital’s summer social season. Anybody who’s anybody will be positioned pitchside during the first weekend in June – cocktail in hand – watching some of the finest polo players from around the world in action.

Chestertons Polo in the Park is totally unique to any other polo tournament, whereby six teams representing cities from around the world play a simplified version of the traditional rules – making it much easier for newcomers to follow. Hurlingham Park – the original home of polo – has a slightly smaller field than usual, allowing polo fans to feel incredibly close to the action. This year the visiting teams taking on the London home team are last year’s winners Abu Dhabi, Lagos, Singapore, Sydney and Buenos Aires.  Chestertons_website_cover_photo_for_delivra

An array of bars, food concessions and hospitality sprawl along the perimeter of the pitch. The famous Mahiki Bar is back with their pop up bar (the longest in Europe) shaking up their amazing cocktails, whilst the Lanson Champagne Garden Bar provides a wonderfully civilised place to view of all the action on the field.

The opening day on Friday 5 June is dubbed ‘Chukka Friday’ and is a favourite for corporates and their guests. Matches are played well into the evening and with post 5pm tickets at just £10, it’s the perfect place to escape to after work.

Saturday is traditionally known as ‘Ladies Day’ – a chance for the girls to glam up! This day is usually a sell-out long before the event, so it is advised to book early for this day to avoid disappointment.

‘Finals Day’ on Sunday 7 June is a fun actioned packed day for everyone, with extra entertainment laid on for children. Spectators can enjoy watching both the Final and Plate Final on this day and see the victors presented with the winning trophy.

Tickets start from just £10 and can be purchased from Early Bird and group discounts apply. For more information visit

Source: Phelps Media Group