2014 Polo Season
Oak Brook, IL
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Village of Oak Brook's 2014 polo season will have a total of five (5) events.
Individual, date specific, Oak Brook resident General Admission tickets are available for $15, proof of residency will be required at the gate, and individual, date specific, General Admission nonresident tickets are available for $25.00 Individual, date specific, VIP tickets are also available for $65 each. Grandstand seating provided for General Admission ticket holders. No chairs, blankets, outside food and beverages permitted. Family members age 12 and under free with paid admission..
We are excited to announce that Village of Oak Brook Board has approved following proposed dates for 2014 Polo Season. The gates open at noon. Matches are at 1:00 pm and 3:30 pm:
- Sunday, July 6th:
Hat Day- Wear your favorite hat to Oak Brook Polo
- Sunday, July 13th:
Family Day with Ronald McDonald House Charities of Chicago land and Northwest Indiana
Match was cancelled due to Rain
- Sunday, August 10th: Hollywood Returns to Oak Brook Polo
Classic Car Day with a stable of cars from yesteryear and today. After Match Party with Michael Butler, former and present polo players and other notables in VIP tent at 5:00pm.
- Sunday, August 17th:
British Day. The Union Jack Flag. Plenty of red, white, and blue as well as PIMMS Chukkers
- Sunday, August 24th:
Family Day with Ronald McDonald House Charities of Chicago land and Northwest Indiana.
Match was cancelled due to Rain
- Sunday, September 14th (September 21st Rain Date):
Argentina Day with music, dancers and more from Argentina
- September 21st Rain make up date:
General Admission and VIP tickets, as well as full season passes can also be purchased by phone and at the following locations:
- Village Hall: Monday – Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
- Oak Brook Public Library: Monday – Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday 9:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
- Oak Brook Golf Clubhouse: Monday – Sunday from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (Tickets may also be purchased prior and during the polo matches at this location.)
Group tickets, special events and multiple date tickets are available.Children under 12 free with paid admission. Please call at (630) 368-5026 or email at Polo@oak-brook.org to learn about the discounted pricing and to order.
*Please note: A limited amount of general admission and very limited amount of VIP tickets will be available at the gate on game day.*
The 2014 parking map is on the event website (www.oakbrookpoloclub.com). Shuttles are provided from remote parking locations.
Rain Day - Cancellation:
If a regulation game is not played due to the weather conditions or rain, the purchased ticket will be accepted at either of the rain dates, Sunday August, 24th or Sunday, September 21st. If you have questions about this policy, please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (630) 368-5026. (For 2014, the schedule includes a "make-up" rain date to help minimize the effects of any cancellations.)
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History of Polo in Oak Brook:
Polo has been played for more than 80 years at the historic Oak Brook Polo Grounds and everyone is invited to come out and watch the exciting "game of kings!" Since its inception in 1922, during the "golden age" of polo, world-class teams have come every summer to play on the immaculately groomed fields of the Oak Brook Polo Grounds. Founded by Paul Butler, patriarch of the Village of Oak Brook, the original Oak Brook Polo Club became the largest polo facility in the country by 1953.
The U.S. Open (Polo), the premier polo tournament in the country, was played at Oak Brook for 25 years, from 1954 to 1978, the longest it was ever played in one location. The Oak Brook Club was once considered to be one of the top summer polo clubs in America, and is still well-known throughout the world. It is the Village's Polo Committee's goal to restore Oak Brook's location and Club to its former level of prestige, and have already come along way with a number of very successful events in 2012 and 2013.