Chestertons Polo in the Park Returns to Fulham

The world’s largest three-day polo festival, and one of the most important events of the social calendar, is set to return to London’s Hurlingham Park between Friday 7th and Sunday 9th June, promising three packed days of food and drink, hospitality, and of course, thrilling polo for all to enjoy.

The international sporting event will attract six teams from across the globe to compete at Hurlingham Park, renowned for being the spiritual home of polo since 1875 when the Hurlingham Polo Committee few up the first formal rules of the game. This year will see England battle it out against the USA in a thrilling international fixture for the coveted Olympic Trophy.

The grounds will also host the impressive Fulham Food Festival, which will feature an array of new food and drink partners, along with hospitality with a pitch-side view and a brand new VIP area. Truly going all out on festival elements this year, guests can enjoy pitch-side bars and gardens courtesy of Champagne Lanson and Fever-Tree, as well as a Casamigos ‘House of Friends’ popup and a curated Shopping Village experience. Of course, the legendary Mahiki tent will be at the centre of the entertainment with live music and dancing, for a year where Chestertons Polo in the Park has never been better.

International Friday (7th June), sponsored by Northern Data Group and presented by City A.M

Friday promises to be an action-packed day to kick off the summer season. The tournament will feature the first city teams competing on the iconic Hurlingham Park turf in three thrilling matches throughout the afternoon. The highlight will be the eagerly awaited battle for the Olympic Trophy, with England facing off against the USA in a fast-paced international match to claim this historic prize. After a nail-biting win against Ireland in 2023, England will be looking to retain the trophy on the festival’s opening day.

Friday offers the perfect opportunity to entertain friends and clients or host the ultimate office summer party. Attendees can enjoy world-class hospitality in the new VIP areas provided by Chestertons Polo in the Park.

Ladies Day (8th June) sponsored by Brutal Fruit Cider and presented by SheerLuxe

Raise a glass and join the festivities at Chestertons Polo in the Park as Saturday’s celebrations kick off with Ladies Day. Guests can enjoy live music, DJs, the Fulham Food Festival, a luxury shopping village, and beautiful gardens and bars. Watch the polo and experience London’s best summer party at the Champagne Lanson Garden and the famous Mahiki Tent.

The Fulham Food Festival will be serving up some of London’s top restaurants and street food vendors, including the Argentine Steak Restaurant, Gaucho, burgers from Truffle London, poké bowls from Island Poké, seafood bites from Calamari Canteen, and delicious Mexican street food from Papi Chulo. Made of Dough will be selling their famous wood-fired pizzas, while Longboys will offer doughnuts for those looking for a sweet afternoon treat.

Family & Final’s Day (11th June)

Sunday offers a perfect finale to the three-day polo festival. The day kicks off with a ‘pitch invasion’ featuring London’s largest kids’ party, hosted by the beloved children’s entertainers, Sharky and George. Kids can enjoy endless games, learn to play polo, improve their rugby and football skills, or simply bounce the day away in the Little Hooves Kids Club.

In the afternoon, the excitement culminates with the crowning of the festival champions, followed by the ultimate Mahiki Day party hosted by Chestertons Polo in the Park, ensuring the weekend ends in style.


Whether visiting on International Friday, Ladies’ Saturday, or Family Sunday, Chestertons Polo in the Park is the perfect event to celebrate the legacy of the sport, as well as enjoying the competitive polo games, food and drink, and fantastic hospitality throughout the weekend. It’s never one to miss.

Tickets start from £54.01 for general admission, with concessions available for children on Family Day, while hospitality packages start from £325 + VAT. You can find out more about Chestertons Polo in the Park and book your tickets online right here.

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