Ryde Water Polo is one of Sydney’s longest running clubs, and is based at the official water polo venue for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games; Ryde Aquatic Leisure Centre.
Our world class facilities and experienced coaches, combined with a strong club spirit, mean it is a fantastic place to play!
Whether you have previous experience looking for a competitive team, or you are just keen to try something new, Ryde Water Polo Club can accommodate. We are always recruiting new players, from primary school age right through to our open men’s and ladies teams, so come down to try it out and make some great new friends.
The Club runs a junior development program every Thursday from 6:30pm, for anyone 14 and under interested in learning more about our sport! Visit the Junior Development page for more information.
The Ryde Water Polo Club invites all players, parents and coaches to attend the Annual General Meeting (AGM) at 7pm Monday, 7th May. It is held in the clubroom above the cafe at Ryde pool.
The committee plays an important role in the general day-to-day running of Ryde Water Polo club. During the 2017/18 season the committee sent junior teams to State and National competitions. as well as running bootcamp, gala day and Bunnings BBQs.
We’d love your help in growing the club further. Got ideas? Come and share them with us!
Get excited Ryde Rhinos for our annual Gala Day! All Ryde Water polo junior and senior players are invited to participate in a ’round robin’ competition. Games will be played in x2 5 minute quarters, with around 3-4 games played for each team. It’s a great opportunity to get to know your fellow club members and keep your water polo skills up in between seasons.
Come and experience water polo at the world class facility, Ryde pool at our annual Gala Day for just $10.
All welcome – open to juniors, ladies & mens
When: date to be confirmed soon
Location: Ryde pool (504 Victoria Rd, Ryde)
To book contact Cheryl at firstname.lastname@example.org
Water polo is an exciting, fun and safe sport for all juniors to play. Juniors who are capable swimmers are well suited to the sport as aquatic mobility is necessary to enhance water polo skills. The Junior Development Program runs on Thursday evenings 6.30 – 8pm during school terms. Read more.
WINTER season runs from May through to September. SUMMER season runs from mid October through to end March. It’s a good idea to contact Cheryl at email@example.com before the commencement of a season to ensure places are available in the appropriate team.
Remember! Everyone is welcome, so feel free to come along and be part of a great club and sport.
Registrations for the Winter 2018 season is now open.