Polo refereeing in the UK is managed by a Sub-Committee of senior referees and an administrator, known as the Chief Referee’s Sub-Committee. The structure of Refereeing in the UK is constantly reviewed. If you have suggestions about improving the overall structure of refereeing in the short and long-term please contact email@example.com. Reporting to the Polo Committee, the Chief Referee's Sub-Committee is responsible for:
Rule interpretation and implementation for BCU Polo events
Arrangements for referee development including the provision of formal training courses and the associated examination papers and practical assessments
- The creation and upkeep of comprehensive data and records on all trainee and qualified referees in the UK
There will be a referee course taking place at Southampton Uni on the 10th February. Cost is: £12.50 for course and exam £20 to include ref pack (Whistle, Cards, Lanyard, Paddle gauge) Details of car parking time and location: Southampton Uni Course details To book a place email firstname.lastname@example.org
We encourage clubs or individuals looking to improve their refereeing standard or who are pushing for promotion this season to attend theory courses: 4th November grade 3/4 theory course at Cherwell: 9.30 till 4. £20 inc ref pack £12.50 without. Contact email@example.com to book on. A practical assessment is also required, these must be actively […]
There will be a Grade 1 referee course held on the 10th December in Coventry before the Division 2 tournament. The course will be in the format of a grade 1-2 theory session, for the Division 1 season there will be discussion on the new ICF rules for implementation as of January 1st. For more […]
Rules & References
Our rulebook along with broader ICF rules as well as any published refereeing documents.
Grades & Assessments
Information on the British Grade 1 to 4 standards and how to get assessed (both theory and practical).
The referee listings database to check your current qualification status and find assessors.