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When it comes to quintessential Connecticut, few events are as classic as a Sunday match at the Greenwich Polo Club. It’s exhilarating, it’s traditional, and it’s an afternoon of can’t-miss fun.

Established in 1981, the beautiful grounds of the Greenwich Polo Club unroll over high-goal polo fields and the world-class home of the White Birch Polo Team, which has won more high-goal tournaments, including the 2005 US Open Polo Championships, than any other outfit over the past quarter-century.

In 2013, Prince Harry even selected the Greenwich Polo Club as the site of the Sentebale Royal Salute Polo Cup, which raised money for his and Prince Seeiso of Lesotho’s Sentebale charity.

And now, Greenwich invites you to experience this action-packed sport and prestigious venue, during your summer getaway to DELAMAR Greenwich Harbor.

Sunday Polo Matches at the Greenwich Polo Club

Almost every Sunday in summer, more than 2,000 spectators come to this hallowed field to watch the match. The Greenwich Polo Club season runs from June to September; this year, the fun begins on Sunday, June 10, with the Shreve, Crump & Low Cup. Sunday matches take place between 3 and 5 PM, with the gates opening at 1 PM.

You’re in for an exciting afternoon. High-goal polo features a thrillingly swift pace of play, with pony and rider in full-bore action. It’s utterly captivating, whether you’re a dyed-in-the-wool polo fan (and maybe player) or completely new to the sport. Get your tickets for a Sunday match.

Complete the experience with your own picnic and then, following the match, head to the Veuve Cliquot After Polo Party (helmed by DJ Calu Rivero), at the Pony Bar.

Attending a Sunday match at the Greenwich Polo Club ranks among the defining experiences of the Connecticut Gold Coast. So, on your next visit to DELAMAR Greenwich Harbor, reserve your front-row seats to a bonafide pony show – to a fine Connecticut tradition and a beloved Greenwich pastime. We look forward to welcoming you!

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