Following the latest announcement from the Government on 22 September, with regards to Covid-19 and tightening of measures, we have assessed how this will impact Canoe Polo. From 24 September, people aged 18 and over playing indoor team sports must adhere to the ‘rule of six’, which means playing in a group of no more […]
📢 Superstar volunteer required!! British Canoe Polo need a new National Leagues Coordinator for the 2020-21 season. Chris Arrowsmith stood down from the role of National Leagues Coordinator at the AGM at the end of last year. During his time in the role Chris oversaw a substantial restructuring of the leagues to make […]
Date announcement! Format and entry details to come. Facebook event
2 fantastic volunteers required from our sport! The first is a role working directly with British Canoeing: “British Canoeing Coaching and Qualifications Department are looking for Polo specialists to help shape qualifications and awards, advise on discipline developments and support the Head of Coaching and Qualifications. Applications are now open for anyone who feels they are […]
Please find information on the proposed: 2020 North West U16 Novice and Development League, Incorporating a U18 Years Canoe Polo League
The development academy has started for 2019/20! Here is a report from the first weekend in Liverpool (Northern Academy): Development Academy Assessments September 7th & 8th This weekend saw the start of the annual training cycle for the Development Academy at Collingwood Dock in Liverpool. With over 50 expressions of interest received, it was set […]
A mixed ability tournament will be hosted on the 6th October at the Home Venue! Enter here as an individual to join: https://www.facebook.com/events/3024381540937044/
After months of hard work, the final decisions have been made. Head to British Canoeing for a full write up!
🇬🇧 Women claimed victory in Mechelen at the Flanders Cup ECA event, taking home the cup! 🏆🙌 Congratulations also to the U21 Women who finished 3rd 🥉 The Men’s teams came 8th and 9th, the U21 Men 6th and 9th.