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American water polo is a non-profit 501 (c)3 membership based organization whose purpose is to provide opportunities for athletes of all ages to enjoy the sport of water polo. Its primary focus is the provision of insurance coverage and competitive opportunities for teams at an affordable rate.

To this end the organization runs leagues and competitions, as well as providing assistance for individual teams to do so independent of the national office.

Bluff City Water Polo to Host New Players Clinic on August 20 at St. George’s Aquatic Center

Bluff City Water Polo will host a new players clinic on August 20 from 9:00 a.m.-to Noon at St George’s Aquatic Center (1800 Wolf River Blvd, Collierville, Tenn.). Check in will occur from 8:30 to 9:00 a.m.. Athletes must be able to complete a 50-yard swim without assistance.

American Water Polo Seeks Director of Membership Services

American Water Polo is seeking is seeking an individual to coordinate the membership services of the organization.

American Water Polo Mourns the Passing of Official Jeff Hyde

American Water Polo mourns the passing of former official Jeff Hyde on August 1.

Carol Stream Park District (Ill.) to Host U14 & High School Clinics on July 28 & 29

The Carol Stream Park District is running a one day water polo clinic for age groupers and high school boys and girls at the end of July. 

American Water Polo Changes Safety Certification Process to National Federation of High Schools

BRIDGEPORT, Pa. -- American Water Polo is pleased to announce we are changing our safety certification process and will now use the curriculum established by the National Federation of High Schools as of May 25, 2022. The content offered by this nationally recognized...

2022 Main Line League Boys’ 18U Blue Games at Perkiomen Valley Moved to Wissahickon High School

BRIDGEPORT, Pa. -- The 2022 Boys' 18U Blue games at Perkiomen Valley High School on Saturday, April 2, are moved to Wissahickon High School on Sunday, April 3, due to an event at Perkiomen Valley. The schedule and game times are adjusted to the following schedule:...