Senior water polo sessions are held at AquaSplash at the following times:

Ladies 14+ y/o  Wednesdays 7:30pm to 8:30pm

Men 15+ y/o Wednesdays 8:30pm to 9:45pm

Training sessions are designed to support and progress all abilities. Newcomers, keen swimmers and ex-players are all welcome!

Please note that in July / August, additional training sessions are held at Havre Des Pas bathing pool, tide permitting.


The first session is always FREE so please get in touch via email / social media for more information.

Jersey Water Polo Association ("JWPA") is run by volunteers, with membership fees covering pool hire and new equipment.

For 2023/24, sessions are priced at £18 per month (standing order) or £210 for the year.

To register please email

Club Costumes

Club costumes are available to purchase from our JWPA Online Store.


Senior water polo sessions are held at AquaSplash on the following days:

January 03 / 10 / 17 / 24 / 31

February 07 / 14 / 21 / 28

March 06 / 13 / 20 / 27

April 03 / 10 / 17 / 24

May 01 / 08 / 15 / 22 / 29

June 05 / 12 / 19 / 26

July 03 / 10 / 17


JWPA would like to thank 4group for sponsoring our senior water polo division in 2024.

Frequently Asked Questions

What swimming ability is required?

You must be able to swim 100m (four lengths) in less than 1 minute 45 seconds. We strongly recommend that all senior members swim twice a week outside of water polo as players must be ‘swim fit’ in order to train effectively.

What do I wear?

Swimming costumes should be tight fitting to avoid drag in the water. We expect boys to wear jammers/speedos and girls a one-piece swimsuit. Club costumes are available to purchase from our JWPA Online Store.

Can I use goggles?

Goggles can be used in the warmup but must be removed during drills/gameplay to avoid injury.

Do I need a swimming cap?

This is entirely your choice. Water polo caps will still need to be worn over the top of swimming caps to protect players ears and identify team members.

What are the basic rules of water polo?

The following list provides a high-level summary of basic water polo rules.

Minor Foul = Free Throw

A player cannot throw the ball with two hands.

A player cannot take the ball under the water.

A player cannot walk with the ball, they must swim.

A player cannot hit the ball with a closed fist.

A player cannot swim on or over other players’ legs.

Major Foul = 20 Sec Exclusion

Holding an opponent and preventing them from moving.

Splashing, sinking or pushing an opponent under water.

Kicking or striking an opponent, without intent/rough play.