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Chestertons Polo in the Park: Three Day Festival

From Friday 7th to Sunday 9th June the world’s largest polo event takes place in Hurlingham Park, Fulham.

Featuring teams from all parts of the planet, this international polo event excels in providing a backdrop of entertainment during this extravagant tournament that includes a fight for the Olympic Trophy between Britain and the United States.

Throughout the event there will be six more city teams competing from high-net worth financial cities, witnessed by those spectating in the park.

The spiritual home of polo since 1875, Hurlingham Park is the home where the first formal rules for the game were first drawn up.

There will be the Fulham Food Festival, pitch-side bars and gardens courtesy of Champagne Lanson and Fever-Tree, a new VIP area for up to 300 guests and dancing in the renowned Mahiki Tent.


Friday 7th June 2024

International Friday at Hurlingham Park will see the England Team defend their Trophy from 2023 and there will be three city matches during the course of the afternoon. This kick-start event is sponsored by Northern Data Group and presented by City A.M.


Saturday 8th June 2024

Ladies Day presented by SheerLuxe will focus on the celebrations with opulent attires to boot. Dancing in the Mahiki Tent watching from prime locations in the Lanson Champagne Garden are all part of the festival for this spectacular event.


Sunday 9th June 2024

This remarkable family day is packed full of festivities from London’s largest kids’ party to kids’ games including how to play polo with the Little Hooves Kids’ Club. This is a pitch invading day guaranteed to lure a family to the prospect of fun.

The afternoon sees off something for the grown-ups with Trophies awarded and a Mahiki Party to finish off the celebrations.


Further Information

Never has there been such an array of culture at Chestertons Polo in the Park. Each year tries to beat the activities of the last to create a satisfying festival in Fulham.

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