International Matches in NSW & outside NSW

NSW Polo Association

International Matches in NSW

In recent years, Australia has played Chile, India, New Zealand and England. Tests have been played at Windsor Polo Club, Richmond since 2002 and from 1957-2001 at Warwick Farm. In 1972 the visiting Argentine team played tests at Warwick Farm, Scone and Canberra.

Click on Related document to see details of Australian and visiting teams and results, from the first test match held in 1928 at Kensington to this year. Champion pony winners are listed on the second sheet.

Representative Australian teams who have played international matches outside NSW

This list (click on Related document) covers some matches played in Victoria and Adelaide but most were overseas. It also includes Australian individuals selected in high goal representative teams (Australasian, Commonwealth and Rest of World) which usually are higher goal than usual test matches and deemed worthy of inclusion.

Federation of International Polo (FIP) World Polo Championships - Australian Representatives

Every four years, FIP holds World Polo Championships at 14 goal level. There are Zone Playoffs followed by Finals. The list (click on Related document) is of Australian Representatives to all FIP World Cup Zone play-offs and Finals series. The most recent was in 2011 and Australia qualified for the finals which were held in San Luis, Argentina.