BT Sport will air the ‘Highlights’ magazine of the 2021 POLO RIDER CUP in UK and Ireland, which will be held from 10 to 20 June 2021 at the Polo Club of Chantilly, north of Paris.
Under the aegis of the Federation of International Polo, the 2021 POLO RIDER CUP will bring together, for the first time ever, the best polo clubs from around the world, including the Polo Club de Chantilly (FRA), Hamburger Polo Club (GER), Dos Lunas Polo Club (SPA), Moscow Polo Club (RUS), Evviva Polo St. Moritz (SUI), Düsseldorf Polo Club (GER), Deauville Polo Club (FRA), Las Brisas Polo Club of Chicago (USA), Empire Polo Club of Coachella Valley (USA), Polo Park Zurich (SUI), Hong Kong Polo Ass. (HKG) and La Aguada Polo Club (ARG).
Olivier Godallier, President & Co-Founder of GAME Polo, comments: “Another great asset for the POLO RIDER CUP with BT Sport who joins us as a media partner of this first edition. We continue to grow the exposure of the Polo by partnering with broadcasters like BT Sport; reaffirming that polo has its place on linear television.”
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