CYCLE POLO FEDERATION OF INDIA
Recognised by Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports, Sports Authority of India and Indian Olympic Association
Rules of Cycle Polo

 

The rules of Cycle Polo are available in a book form from the CPFI office . The points to note are as under:

GROUND
     150 meters in length by 100 meters in width for Seniors and Juniors.
     120 meters in length by 80 meters in width for Sub Juniors and women.
     Goal posts 4 meters apart, 2.5 meters in height and 1.5 meters in width.

CYCLE
     Ordinary cycle of any make and size is used . No extra attachments such as mud guards, bells , stand , carrier or gears      are allowed.

BALL
    The game was originally played with a Bamboo Horse Polo Ball . Later in India Tennis Ball was introduced for safety     reasons.

Cosco International has now made a Cosco Bicycle Polo Ball. The description of the ball is as under.

Weight : 85 to 90 grams
Size : 75 to 76.5 MM
Diameter : 24 Cms
Bounce : 39 Inches
Felt : TTI

MALLET
    Sticks made from bamboo cane with wooden head in sizes 36, 34 and 32 inches are used for the game.

CHUKKER
    A full game consists of 4 chukkers of 7.1/2 minutes each . The Senior Final is of 5 chukkers.

TEAM
    Team consists of 4 players and 4 extras in Senior, Junior and Sub Junior both in men and women categories.

HANDICAP
    Handicaps are allotted to players in senior category according to their standard of play . A separate Handicap     tournament is played once a year.



 


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