WA Water Polo is the peak body of the sport in Western Australia. Through the hard work of a small team of staff and a committed group of volunteers, we work to develop the participation of people in water polo as players, coaches, officials and club volunteers. Apart from running professional competitions at a variety of skill levels and age demographics, we provide support to major school competitions such as PSA, IGSSA and School Sport WA, and to major events such as the FINA World Championships, FINA World Masters and National Championships. Through the promotion of water polo on a metropolitan, regional and national basis we aim to create opportunity for all to be involved in the sport. Furthermore, we support the ongoing development of clubs and elite players through WAIS, the National Water Polo League and the Australian Water Polo National Teams.
Flippa Ball is a non-contact version of water polo, specifically geared towards the 7 – 12 age groups. It involves a great element of fun and it’s ideal for children who are new to water polo.
Junior Water Polo
Junior water polo is challenging and fun, where children acquire both individual and team based skills. The competitions are played in three age groups in WA, typically on Monday nights. 14&U consists of three divisions for boys and two for girls, 16&U is played in two divisions both for girls and boys, and 18&U in played in one division.
Senior Water Polo
Senior water polo can be played from as young as 14 (turning 15 by the end of the season), with no upper age limit. The competitions are played in four divisions in WA on Wednesday nights, with fifteen men’s and women’s teams playing in WA’s premier competition.