Argentina will host the first women’s polo world cup

It will take place from April 9-16 at Campo Argentino de Polo in Palermo. Argentina, who has a handicap of 16, will participate alongside the United States (16), the United Kingdom (16), Ireland (15), Brazil (12) and Italy (12).

Argentina is organizing the first Women’s Polo World Cup in history, which will take place from April 9-16 in the Campo Argentino de Polo in Palermo, with the attendance of six teams.

Argentina, who has a handicap of 16, will participate alongside the United States (16), the United Kingdom (16), Ireland (15), Brazil (12) and Italy (12).

The Albiceleste members selected will be Paulina Fasquito (1), Agustina Emaze (4), Azucina Oranga (5) and Fatma Balzano (6).

The six participants will be divided into two groups of three and will play against all from Saturday 9th to Wednesday 13th.

The top two from each region will meet in the semi-finals on Thursday 14th, and the final will take place on Saturday 16th.

The matches will be televised on ESPN and the Star+ platform.

“Women’s polo is constantly evolving, a sport in which women were spectators and are now champions. For the Argentine Association (AAP), an institution that fights for inclusion and equality in the sport, it is an honor and a privilege to be the first competition to be played in the legendary fields of Palermo”, The head of the entity, Delphine Oranga, expressed in a press release.

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