Stockholm Polo Cup 2014

Stockholm Polo Club organized, for the first time in Sweden, an exhibition game at Olympics Stadium, one of the most famous in Europe!

Olympic Stadium

Two locals teams, Stockholm Polo Club and Jaeger-LeCoultre and two invited from France, Chantilly Polo Club, and from Germany, Haskell Polo Team, participed of this amazing show.

Stockholm Polo Club
With the team!
Chantilly Polo Club

Team Stockholm Polo Club with Santiago Shanahan, Niclas Johansson and Kaveh Atrak played against Chantilly Polo Club: Corentin Mahe, Georges Sinclair and Florent Garaud. The french team has been dominated the first part of the game. After the half time Stockholm Polo Club woke up and ends up winning by half goal. Final score 7,5 to 6

Haskell polo team from germany, Uwe Zimmermann, Alessandro Balestri and Rafael Oliviera played a very tight game all the way against Jaeger Le Coultre team, per jacobsson, anders thulin and Tatu Gomez Romero. In the last chukker Tatu made the gap and end up winning by 3 goals.

Germany team
Jagger LeCoultre Polo team



With the magnificent scenario of the Olympics Stadium, built in 1912 in the center of Stockholm, more than 2000 people came to enjoy the final day.

The event was hosted by different sponsorships like Jaeger-LeCoultre y Nyma’s Watch 1851, Veuve Clicquot, Maserati and the polo clothing brand Hierro y Albero

Final Results:

Haskell team won the match for the third place against chantilly team by half a goal 10 to 9,5

The final between the 2 swedish team has been dominated by the Jagger LeCoultre team all the way. The final score was 10 to 7. After the match, polo players, their families and 500 VIP guest celebrated with a wonderful cocktail and live music.



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