Canoe Polo

Canoe Polo is an exciting team event played on 35m x 23m pitches set up in swimming pools or on flat stretches of water. Teams of 5 paddlers endeavour to score goals in a net suspended 2m above the water, the ball being thrown by hand, or 'flicked' with the paddle. Naturally, the team with the most goals at the end of the match wins the game. Find out more about Canoe Polo. 
 

Useful Information

News

Nominations open for 2015 Canoe Polo Oceania Championships
The 2015 Oceania Canoe Polo Championships will be held at Nagambie Lakes in Victoria from the 9th to 11th April and you can now nominate for selection as an athlete or express your interest in being a team official

     


     

    Australian Team Selection Information
    Boat, Paddle and Ball, A History of Canoe Polo
    International Canoe Polo Archives
    Links to Teams and Clubs
    Calendar
    Competition Rules
    Coaching
    Coaching Tips
    Photo Gallery
    Canoe Polo Technical Committee
    Team and Player Profiles
    ICF Canoe Polo Referee Online Training Course