St Regis cup opens new Cowdray polo season

Polo at the Cowdray Park Polo Club.
Polo at the Cowdray Park Polo Club.

AUDI England will face South America in the first outdoor polo international match of the 2014 British season when the St Regis International Cup takes place at Cowdray Park, Midhurst, on Saturday, May 17.

Having lost last year to the South American side which included leading player, ten-goaler Facundo Pieres, the Audi-sponsored England team will be eager to reverse their fortunes and looking for an early victory.

Both England’s seven-goal players, Luke Tomlinson and James Beim, have made themselves available and it is understood the selection committee may look to include some younger members of the England Squad who are keen to establish their credentials wearing the England shirt.

Following the international match on May 17, a new match, ‘Family Traditions at St Regis Cup’, is being introduced with polo-playing fathers and sons taking part in the St Regis and Hurlingham teams.

To enjoy the sporting action on the world-famous Cowdray Lawns, visitors can reserve a pitchside picnic spot for a front-row view.

Entrance is £15 per adult (under-12s free).

Arena-side picnic sites for ten people and two cars are available at £150 (Cowdray members £95), guaranteeing all the adrenaline you could possibly want from a sporting event.

Tickets can be booked at