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The home for polo in the United States, the National Polo Center - Wellington showcases eight championship fields including the iconic stadium on U.S. Polo Assn. Field One to create a must-see polo hub in Wellington, Florida.

NPC features world-class competition from some of the top players in the world, while also developing up and coming American players across all levels of polo in a targeted fashion to promote excellence in the sport.


Located in the heart of South Florida’s legendary horse country. The perpetual home for polo in America, NPC is owned and managed by the United States Polo Association to showcase the finest the sport has to offer. The Association’s premier event, the Gauntlet of Polo®, takes place from February to April each winter season. Throughout the year, NPC facilities are also used to showcase USPA Member Clubs and prestigious national tournament competition across all levels of polo.

Distant Past

The club was established in late 2003 as a place where members, players and their families could enjoy spending time together. Three fields were built added to two existing fields. Once the fields were in place, construction crews worked around the clock to finish building the stadium in 120 days, just in time for opening day of the 2004 season.

That first season coincided with the 100th anniversary of the U.S. Open. The season kicked off with an 18-goal and two 22-goal tournaments followed by the 26-goal C.V. Whitney and the U.S. Open Polo Championship. Eighteen years under the name International Polo Club Palm Beach, the club continued to host top polo in the country, including the first ever Gauntlet of Polo in 2018.

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Recent Past

The United States Polo Association purchased the International Polo Club Palm Beach in 2022 prior to the XII FIP World Championship, which was the first tournament hosted at the facility. The acquisition allowed the Association to bring its vision of a USPA-owned “Sunday Field” to life while maintaining the Wellington locale as a North American hub for the sport.

Renamed the USPA National Polo Center - Wellington, the center has become a home for low-, medium-, and high-goal polo in the United States with a focus on developing American players across all levels of polo. Competition at the 8-, 16-, and 22-goal level is featured at the Center. This includes the Gauntlet of Polo, culminating in the U.S. Open Polo Championship; the U.S. Women's Open Polo Championship; the NPC 16-Goal CHampionship; The USPA National President's Cup; and the USPA Junior Open.


Hosting premiere high-goal tournaments, including the C.V. Whitney Cup, USPA Gold Cup and U.S. Open Polo Championship, NPC is the epicenter of polo in the United States. Competing on eight championship fields, players flock to NPC during the winter season for all levels of polo.

Producing an elevated Sunday experience, U.S. Polo Assn. Field One treats spectators in the stadium and fieldside brunch to elite polo in the equestrian capital of the country. The development of Field 2 with a dedicated scoreboard further demonstrates the commitment to advancing NPC as a first-rate polo facility. Expanded experiences on site include a Sunday Asado and access to first class cuisine in the 7th Chukker and Pavilion Cafe.

Spectator Visitor Guide

High level polo on a grass field the size of nine football fields! Watch high-octane action from the stadium or from the pavilion accompanied by brunch. Watch world-class competition and participate in events like the halftime divot stomp while enjoying champagne and other amenities that the club offers.

See the above photos for representative photos on site for men and women.

Attire for Sunday polo can be dressy, with men wearing collared shirts and women wearing dresses. Wedges are preferred over heels as a slim heel will get stuck in the grass if you participate in the divot stomp.

Yes! Tickets are available for purchase during all Sunday 3pm and 4pm matches on U.S. Polo Assn. Field One, while all other games throughout the season are available to the public for free. Bring your vehicle fieldside to get up-close to some of the best polo in the country!

Reservations can be made at the 7th Chukker in the Stadium for dinner Wednesday to Saturday from 5:00pm - 9:00pm. The pavilion brunch is available for all Sunday 3pm and 4pm matches with tickets available for purchase.

The Pavilion Cafe, opening on February 1 provides a dining option to visitors throughout the week.

A traditional Argentine Asado is available on Sunday's outside the stadium at U.S. Polo Assn. Field One.

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