Now in its seventh consecutive year, Chestertons Polo in the Park returns to the Hurlingham Club.
This event promises another terrific instalment of fierce polo, as well as off-field entertainment and world-class hospitality, all located on the historic fields of Hurlingham Park in leafy Fulham. Kicking off another summer sporting and social season in the capital, this event has become one of London's greatest outdoor occasions. Get close to international polo players, riding some of the world's best polo ponies, as they thunder across the turf.
History will be made on the evening of Friday 5 June, as the England International polo team will play a match at Hurlingham Park for the first time since 1939.
Shop for luxury goods including jewellery, works of art and fine accessories in the Shopping Village, and delight your taste buds with trendy street food from independent vendors, washed down with cocktails and champagne.
History of Polo at Hurlingham Park
Polo was first played at Hurlingham Park in 1874. In 1908 Hurlingham hosted the Olympic polo final (where England won a gold medal). The Hurlingham Club was the headquarters of British polo for 65 years, and the name became synonymous with the sport. But during the Second World War the polo ground was converted into allotments, with the last major polo event taking place in 1939.