International Polo Series Nations Cup 2011

10:31 AM Sandra Gutrejde Suarez 10 Comments


The Nations Cup 2011 - International Polo Series (Copa de las Naciones 2011 - Serie Internacional de Polo), organized by the Argentine Polo Association, will take place on Thursday, April 21, 2011 at the Campo Argentino de Polo in Palermo (Av. Libertador y Dorrego).

The events starts at 12:00pm, with the opening of the stadium, food stalls, and live shows. The match will kick off at 3:00 pm, followed by the traditional "after polo".

This year the participating teams are the national selections of Argentina and England, the greatests representatives of world polo, with a maximum handicap of 28 goals for each team. This unique tournament is an important new addition to the national and international polo calendar.

Teams:
Argentina: Tomás Garbarini Islas 2, Gonzalo Pieres Jr 10, Facundo Pieres 10, Valerio Zubiaurre Jr 5. Total: 27.
England: James Beim 7, Mark Tomlinson 7, Malcolm Borwick 6, Luke Tomlinson 8. Total: 28.

RESULT: ARGENTINA 13 - ENGLAND 8













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10 comments:

  1. Hi Sandra, Thank you for the amazing information you post here.

    Any idea what hours the games are? 12-6pm?

    Thanks

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  2. Hi Rich
    The exact time and participating players have not been announced yet, I will update this post as soon as the information is available. It will surely be in the afternoon. Keep checking!

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  3. Anonymous3/25/2011

    First time attending a polo game. Where do you recommend as best seats? Looking at section A & B. Thanks.

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  4. Anonymous3/25/2011

    We are non-Spanish speaking residents here ... Do kids have to pay for the tickets? They are 1, 3 and 5 years old. Thanks

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  5. Tribuna C is the best but of course the most expensive. Tribunas A and B are equally good. Dorrego Central is also good but with the sun in the front.
    Good luck!

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  6. I think kids that age don't have to pay for the tickets. At least for the Argentine Open kids under 8 don't have to pay so I guess it is the same in this case.

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  7. Anonymous4/13/2011

    Hi Sandra - Great site! Do you know if tickets are also available at the gate on the day of the match? Thank you!

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  8. Thanks! Yes tickets will be on sale at the stadium on the day of the match only.

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  9. Anonymous4/13/2011

    Thanks a lot for the information. What exactly is the "after polo"?

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  10. It's for people to stay, have a drink and socialize at the stadium after the match.

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