Ireland Water Polo
Water Polo has been played in Ireland for over 100 years, and there is currently a National League in Men’s, Women’s and Underage Categories as well as National Cups. The Irish Water Polo Association was founded in 1964.
There is also a Men’s Leinster League below the three National League Divisions.
Associated sports include Canoe Polo and Underwater Hockey.
Below you will find links to the Results and Tables of various competitions in Ireland Water Polo:
(For Leinster Water Polo click here: Leinster Water Polo)
(For Canoe Polo click here: Canoe Polo )
(For Underwater Hockey click here: Underwater Hockey )
Men’s National League | Level 1
Women’s National League | Level 1
IWP Women’s Premier League: 2014-15
Men’s National League | Level 2
IWPA Division 2 National League (Seasons): 2010-11
Women’s National League | Level 2
Men’s National League | Level 3
Irish Water Polo Association Irish Championships
IWPA Men’s Irish Chamionships (Seasons): 2002-03
IWPA Women’s Irish Championship (Seasons): 2002-03
Irreland Water Polo Cups
IWP Women’s Knockout Cup (Seasons): 2019-20
Irish Water Polo (Seasons Overviews):
Irish Water Polo Association Era:
Leinster Water Polo
Leinster Water Polo (Overviews):
Canoe Polo is a version of Water Polo played using Canoe Paddles to hit the ball. It is usually played in either harbours or canal locks, where there is enough space for the canoes.
The aim of the game is to use the paddles to hit a ball into a goal at the other teams end.
Below you will find links to the results of various Canoe Polo Tournaments & Leagues in Ireland:
Munster Polo League | Division A:
Munster Polo Leagiue | Division B:
Underwater Hockey, as its name suggests, is a team sport where players push a puck along the bottom of a pool with the goal of scoring at their opposing teams end.
Players wear snorkel gear and come up for air at timed intervals.
Below you will find links to the Results & Tables of competitions in Ireland:
Underwater Hockey Ireland:
World Water Polo
Water Polo was invented in Scotland at the end of the 19th Century.
Scottish Water Polo: