10th December 2015


My name is Megan, I’m the Lions Segway Polo goalie, and this is my blog. I live in the UK, and I have a great team. We love to play Polo on Segways and would like to share both mine and my team’s journey with you.

Similar to horse polo, hockey and bicycle polo, the game is rapidly growing in popularity, so much so, that you can find Segway Polo worldwide; the UK is just one of many countries also enjoying the sport.

This ‘Sport of Equals’ is both new, exciting and taking the world by storm, and since there are no specific fitness requirements or age restrictions (you just must be over 14 years old) and with all equipment is provided, why not give it a try? Furthermore, as all Segways are manufactured to travel at the same speed; one is not faster than the other, everyone plays on an equal level.

Segway Polo was first introduced into the UK in 2014 by Mark Weller, who was invited to try the sport in Germany and instantly took to it, and together with his partner, April Baron-Harrison, grew the sport to enable other Brits to learn to play too. Players train at least once a week at Warwick’s St. Nicholas Park, opposite Warwick Castle, as this is currently a central location for our team members; there are also many other opportunities for newcomers to come and see what all the fuss is about.

Teams and individual enthusiasts are currently being recruited, taking this exceptional sport to the next level, so if this could be for you too, please don’t hesitate to contact us if you’d like any further information!

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