Prince of Wales Trophy

Prince of Wales Trophy

Ever wondered what you would do with a chukka or a divot?  Wonder no more and come to the final of the prestigious Prince of Wales Trophy at the Royal County of Berkshire Polo Club.  Fieldside Picnic Parking spots are available online.

The polo season gets underway in style this afternoon in Berkshire with The Prince of Wales Trophy.  First played for in 1986 it is the highest level of international polo played in England and the tournament attracts the world’s best teams and players.

Today also marks the first of England’s four major HPA High Goal Polo Tournaments and a thrilling game of high goal polo is on the sporting menu at the Royal County of Berkshire Polo Club as the finalists compete for the coveted Prince of Wales Trophy.

Fieldside Picnic Parking is located on the edge of the polo field.  The perfect spot to soak up the atmosphere with friends and family while watching some of the world’s top players in action.

Running Order:

12.30pm – Gates Open

3.15pm – The Prince of Wales Trophy Final

5pm – Prize Presentation

Tickets in advance (Fieldside Picnic Parking @ £50 per car) are available via the ‘Get Tickets’ link.

Travel Tips: The Royal County of Berkshire Polo Club is easily accessible by car (served by the M25, M3 and M4 nearby) and there is plenty of parking on site.  If using public transport the nearest train station is Ascot (a short taxi trip away) which is served by regular trains from London Waterloo.