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Sunday, December 17, 2017

World Polo Championship Champions Winners history by Year.

World Polo Championship past Winners-Champions List by Year



Argentina has won the most titles of World Polo Championship with 4 times. Chile is the defending champion-winner of X-2015 World Polo Championship...




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World Polo Championship history & Stats - Facts figures ..



  • The World Polo Championship is a Polo competition between national teams of the world. This event organized by Federation of International Polo ( FIP ) & conducted every 2 or 3 years . 
  • The first tournament was started in 1987 in Argentina & Argentina become the first champion of World Polo Championship.
  •  The tournament including teams must have Handicap up to 14 goals. 
  • The most successful team is Argentina having won the championship title with 4 times, lead by Brazil has become the champion 3 times, Chile won the title 2 time, USA 1 time title winner.
  • Argentina , Brazil, & Chile Polo national teams are the best teams in the World... 
  •  2015 World Polo Championship winner-champion is Chile who def. the United State in the final
  • Current XI 2017 FIP World Polo Championship held at Sydney, Australia & among 8 teams the Argentina won the World Polo Championship 2017...



Lista de ganadores del campeonato mundial de polo por año:




Here are complete history of All past Champion-winners list of FIP World Polo Championships since 1987-2017.. 



Years - Host - Winner - Runner-up - 3rd place


I -1987      Argentina    --    Argentina -   Mexico -   Brazil

II -1989    Germany   --     United States -   England -   Argentina

III - 1992    Chile   --     Argentina -   Chile -   England

IV - 1995    Switzerland   --     Brazil -   Argentina -   Mexico

V - 1998    United States   --     Argentina -   Brazil -   England

VI - 2001    Australia   --     Brazil -   Australia -   Argentina

VII - 2004    France   --     Brazil -   England -   Chile

VIII - 2008    Mexico   --     Chile -   Brazil -   Mexico

IX - 2011    Argentina   --     Argentina -  Brazil -  Italy

X -  2015    Chile   --     Chile -   United States -   Brazil

XI - 2017  Sydney, Australia   --      Argentina   --  Chile   --   England 




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