Founded in 2009 by Mohammed Al Habtoor, the Silver Cup is one of five tournaments under the Dubai Polo Gold Cup Series
16 January 2020| Last updated on 21 January 2020
Fan of polo? Here's an event you shouldn't miss this February...
The Dubai Polo Gold Cup is celebrating the 10th year of the Silver Cup tournament here in the UAE, and tickets are sold online at AED 180 per person so you can join in and enjoy the final on Friday 7th February.
For 2020, the Silver Cup is poised to be better than ever. Dress to the nines and join in a day of fun, fashion, entertainment, and live sports action with home-grown and well-known international polo players competing for the first trophy of the Series.
Buy your tickets to the final
General admission for the Silver Cup 2020 final at Al Habtoor Polo Resort and Club costs AED 180 per person. The event is on Friday 7th February and will run from 1 pm until 6 pm. Doors open at 12 pm.
Tickets can be purchased from 800Tickets, PlatinumList or Virgin Tickets.
On the final day of the Silver Cup 2020 on February 7th, event-goers can enjoy entertainment acts, food trucks serving up delicious foods, and a shopping village for you to browse through in between chukkers. There'll also be a dedicated kids area to keep little ones entertained with fun activities, and a picnic area for you to relax in and enjoy the match in the gorgeous weather.
For those of you seeking a more upbeat vibe, the Fabulous Friday Brunch at the Al Habtoor Polo Resort & Club itself is available.
Secure the best view of the polo at the Silver Lounge for AED 1,500 (minimum spend per table on drinks) with six entry tickets, or groups of four can picnic in style by booking a Picnic Gazebo for AED 1,000, inclusive of a picnic basket with snacks and beverages and entry tickets.
About the Dubai Polo Gold Cup
The Dubai Polo Gold Cup organisation was founded in 2009 by Mohammed Al Habtoor, patron of the Habtoor Polo team. The Dubai Polo Gold Cup Series is comprised of five tournaments namely the Silver Cup, Polo Masters Cup, Standard Chartered Gold Cup, Dubai Challenge Cup, and Dubai Cup. The series is one of only five tournaments in the world played in the WPT Championship Cup category, on a par with world-class events held in Argentina, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States.