Canoe Polo

Canoe Polo

Swansea has never been known for being good at polo, but that's been changing over the past 5 years and we now have four solid teams and regular training sessions.

If you aren't too keen on actually getting in a boat, you could train to become a canoe polo referee.

Our training sessions are on Monday at 9 - 10pm in the Wales National Pool and are limited to 20 people per session, please join the Facebook Group to sign up for sessions. For a map to the pool head to the Pool Sessions page.

The A Team

Canoe Polo

The B Team

Canoe Polo

Ladies

Canoe Polo

Old Boys

Canoe Polo

Training Sessions

We train once a week in the Wales National Pool on Mondays from 9pm, when the weather is kind enough to us we also train on the River Tawe and also at North Dock in Llanelli.

BUCS Canoe Polo

This is the most important competition of the year and what we're essentially training for... the British Universities & Colleges Sport Canoe Polo tournament.

The format of the weekend is a knockout tournament seeing universities from all over the UK battle it out for those all important BUCS points!

CUCP

Canoe Polo

In 2016 and 2017 we entered 4 teams to the Cardiff University Canoe Polo Championship.

Varsity

Canoe Polo

It's time to beat Cardiff! Cardiff won in 2015, Swansea quickly snapped it back in 2016, help us keep it for another year!

Referee Signals

Play the polo signal quiz on Paddle Bubble to help you learn what the signals are!