Cartier Queen's Cup -
Three weeks of 22-
This royal monarch first presented this trophy to the Club in 1960 and it as acquired an impressive alumni over the subsequent 59 years.
The list is headed by HRH Prince Charles, who won the trophy in 1986 with Daniel Wildenstein's Les Diables Bleu team. His father, the Club's President, HRH Prince Philip reached the final twice (1964 and 1966). The World's Number One Player, Adolfo Cambiaso, holds the record for the most victories, 10 and may well add to that tally. .
Cartier has sponsored this tournament since 2012 and brings to finals day an unrivalled touch of glamour and elegance.
The opportunity to dine in the Cartier marquee is always a coveted and treasured invitation,
Of course, as the Cartier Queen's Cup is such a prestigious tournament Guards Polo Club opens its doors to non-
These can be purchased via their website or by calling their Ticket Office on +44 (0)1784 434 212
The Cartier Queen's Cup Clubhouse Hospitality packages are:
Cartier Queen's Cup Semi-
New for 2019 -
Cartier Queen's Cup Finals
The Cartier Queen’s Cup Semi Final Teams -
Scone Polo (22):
James Harper (6), James Beim (7), Nico Pieres (9) & David Paradice (0)
King Power (22):
Top Srivaddhanaprabha (0), Polito Pieres (9), Marco Di Paola (7) & Juan Martín Zubía (6)
La Indiana (22):
Dillon Bacon (1), Jimbo Fewster (3), Rodrigo Andrade (8) & Facundo Pieres (10)
Park Place (22):
Andrey Borodin (0), Benjamin Urquiza (5), Juan Britos (7) & Hilario Ulloa (10)
all 12 Teams
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