Brandywine Polo Club

Opening Day, May 28th, 3pm
Join us Memorial Day, May 28, 2018 for Opening Day at the Brandywine Polo Club. Here are a few details to help you enjoy your day of polo. What should you wear? Dress for comfort. Perhaps wearing red, white and blue to support our troops. What should you bring? Spectators are welcome to bring their own picnic basket and beverage of choice. Adult beverages are permitted. But no glass please. Are dogs permitted? Yes, but they must remain on a leash at all times. Can I bring my grille? Unfortunately, no grilles or open flames are permitted. Will I get to meet the polo players? Yes, after the game the polo players will be under the pavilion for a meet and greet photo opportunity after the trophy ceremony. What if it rains? It’s a good idea to call the Polo Hotline to double check that the event is still taking place. Even if the sun is shining, the polo fields could be too wet and unsafe for play if it rained the day before. Good idea to check first before driving out. Polo Hotline 610-268-8692. Gates open 1:30pm, Polo Match 3pm. GA Parking free, VIP Parking $20. Pay for parking in cash upon arrival. Season tailgates available by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Thanks for joining us on Opening Day, May 28th! Buy Tickets HERE.

Our Club:

Nestled amongst the rolling hills of the Brandywine Valley in Kennett Square, PA, the Brandywine Polo Club is one of the East Coast's oldest polo establishments, dating back to 1950. BPC has a long history of bringing the polo lifestyle to Chester County's elite equestrian scene and Philadelphia society. An area already rich in tradition, taste, and culture, it brings to mind renowned names like Wyeth and duPont. That combined with the lush surrounding landscape make it the perfect setting for the sport of kings.

Whether you are a professional player, a beginner learning the basics, or a spectator looking for something different, BPC has much to offer. Located on 300 acres, BPC facilities include 2 irrigated fields, a practice field, outdoor arena, enclosed members area, covered pavilion, hitting cage, and on-site stabling for 100 horses.