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Greenwich Polo Club Lays Out Plans for Summer 2021

4 Jun, 2021


The 2021 season at Greenwich Polo Club is officially on, and we are so eager to welcome you. There are many exciting things that lie ahead this summer, and this newsletter and those to come will serve as your guide. Join us

Check it out! This is #GPC2021 Sunday Polo.

We are incredibly proud to bring world-class high-goal polo to the Greater New York City area and emphasize our commitment to creating and maintaining a memorable Sunday match atmosphere, while ensuring your health and safety remain our top priority. Mark your calendars for a family friendly and action-packed way to spend your Sundays this summer. Greenwich Polo Club promises an unforgettable experience for each guest.

This season will feature three high-goal tournaments; the Greenwich Classic (June 6 - 27), American Cup (July 11 - 25), and the East Coast Open (August 29 - September 12). Greenwich Polo Club’s Sunday matches will be open to the public, with tickets available for sale starting at $40 for general admission, with many more options to choose from including reserved lawn and table seating, as well as CTC&G Players Lounge VIP access.

Tickets will be available for purchase very soon, and as a subscriber, you will be the first to be notified when they are officially released for sale. The first release of tickets will be limited to 50% capacity per current state guidelines, so don’t delay. Tickets are likely to sell out fast.

ABOUT GPC

Greenwich Polo Club was established in 1981 and is recognized as one of the top high-goal polo venues in the world. Known for its unmatched roster of legendary teams, professional players, and champion equine athletes GPC hosts some of the most important tournaments in polo, including the prestigious East Coast Open.

The club is home to the legendary White Birch polo team, one of the most successful in history, having won the most high-goal polo tournaments of any team over the course of the past 25 years, including the US Open Polo Championship in 2005.

Some of the world’s best players have played at Greenwich Polo Club, including Mariano Aguerre, Facundo Pieres, Hilario Ulloa, Nacho Figueras and many others. Each Spring players descend on Greenwich with their strings of elite horses to compete for some of polo’s most prestigious titles.

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