Live Water Polo Scores - Latest Fixtures and Today's Results
Find all the water polo results in the world on this instantly updated page so you dont miss a thing in the pool. Apart from the live scores, you will have information on the calendar and ranking of all competitions, as well as useful statistics about this popular sport.
You wont lack any relevant information to make your water polo bets with a odds comparator that almost no site offers. Moreover, if you dare, you will also be able to see some forecasts for the big events and tipsters specialized in this sport. We will give you all the necessary betting tips to understand water polo in the best way.
Live Water Polo Scores & Streaming
Find here all live water polo results from today or from any past water polo match. Sometimes it is not easy to find information about this sport, but here we will offer you the water polo livescore with updates at the time the matches are being played.
You can click on the "live" button to only watch live water polo matches or you can simply view past results or even the planned match schedule. You can also search by country to see the competitions or even by league. So, if you want to see Italys Serie A1, just go to the Transalpine country information and there you will see all the information of one of the best European leagues.
If you are interested in a particular team or match, click on the bell to be notified when that team plays or about changes in the match score. Click on the match you are interested in to see statistics or more detailed information about that match.
Oddspedia shows you the complete water polo calendar with all the events scheduled for the next dates. Choose the day you want and you will see all the matches in the program. You can also go to past dates to see the water polo results of already finished matches.
In addition, we give you information about all the championships. Not only will you see the PREMAAT league, which is the highest water polo competition in Spain, but we will also show you information about all the leagues that have professional competitions, with special attention to the strongest ones like the Italian one. Check the classification of these competitions and the matches in the water polo tournament list both for mens and womens water polo.
Water polo news
Receiving information from the main national media, on this page we will show you the water polo news collected from reliable and relevant sports media. In this way, we collect everything they publish about water polo so that you can find that information on these pages.
Rumours of water polo transfers and news about the physical condition of the players will not be missed. We will also bring you information about what is being said in the social networks of this sport and offer you the feeds of the official accounts of the teams. You can always keep up to date with the latest water polo news.
Introduction to Water Polo - FAQ
What is water polo?
Water polo is a team sport played in a swimming pool and consists of putting the ball into a goal. Two teams are measured, made up of 6 players plus the goalkeeper, differentiated between them by the colour of the cap, which are measured in four 8-minute periods of effective play. The player who scores the most goals wins. It is one of the most physically demanding sports, since players have to float during the whole game, as they are not allowed to touch the bottom of the pool. Only the goalkeeper can touch the ball with both hands.
How many players are there in water polo?
A water polo team consists of 6 players plus the goalkeeper. There can be a total of 13 players during the match, with substitutions being allowed throughout the match. This way, a team has a goalkeeper, a buoy -the most relevant position and the biggest and most active player of the team-; 1 and 5 -one on each side of the goal; 3 -also in central positions, but far from the goal; 2 and 4 -placed in front of the goalpost.
Where did water polo originate?
It is not very clear. It is believed that the sport originated in the second half of the 19th century in the United Kingdom, used to break up swimming training routines. It emerged as the water variant of polo, hence its current name.