The International Polocrosse Council (IPC) is the governing body for International polocrosse worldwide and is played in eighteen countries throughout the world.

The IPC was formed at a meeting on the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia on 21 June 1976.  The foundation countries were: Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) and South Africa, and the foundation President was Mr Max Walter (dec) A.M., M.B.E (Australia).

Polocrosse is an amateur, fast paced team sport played on horseback and at many levels; club, zone, sub association, national and International.

The pinnacle of polocrosse is the World Cup where nations come together at a week long event to showcase the most exciting, adrenaline-charged, seat of your pants sport you will ever watch.

Executive Council


Senior Vice President:

Junior Vice President:


International Umpire: Mr Stewart Neal

IPC Full Member Countries