Polo is an exciting sport played between two teams on horseback. It originated in Central Asia more than 2,000 years ago and its popularity has spread around the world. Polo is known as the “Sport of Kings” due to its long and illustrious history, and is enjoyed by players and spectators alike. This trivia template is designed to test your knowledge of the game of Polo, from its rules and regulations to its famous players and spectacular championships. So grab your mallet and mount your horse – it’s time to see how much you know about this thrilling sport!
1) Where is the world's largest polo club located?
2) How many players are on a polo team?
3) What is the size of a regulation polo field?
4) What is a chukker?
5) What are the names of the two teams in a polo match?
6) What material is a polo mallet usually made of?
7) How long is a chukker?
8) Who is credited with introducing polo to Britain in 1869?
9) What is a term for a long pass in polo?
10) What is the scoring system in polo?
11) What size is the polo ball?
12) How many periods of play are in a polo match?
13) What type of horse is usually used for polo?
14) What type of gear is worn by a polo player?
15) In what year was the first international polo tournament held?
16) How many players are on the field during a polo match?
17) What is the mallet used for in polo?
18) What is the name of the position on a polo team?
19) What type of mallet is used to hit the ball in polo?
20) What is the goal of a polo match?
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