Head out to India’s Pink City for Asia Cup Polo 2020 - British Herald
October 21, 2021

Head out to India’s Pink City for Asia Cup Polo 2020

The Asia Cup Polo International Day was introduced in 2007 in England as the flagship of the CelebrAsian festival event calendar, which aimed to bring people together via shared mediums.

The Asia Cup continues to host events in both England and India venues and for the first event of 2020- the prestigious event is set to take place on the 1st of February 2020 in Jaipur, India. 

The VIP invitation-only event begins with a pre-polo cocktail party at the Jaipur City Palace on 31st of January 2020. Following that, the Asia Cup Polo International match between the Royal Jaipur & Singapore teams will be the highlight of the day and will take place on the 1st of February 2020 followed by an elegant high tea.

The title sponsors of the upcoming Asia Polo Cup event are Sen Group & De Nuevo.

Turkish Airlines is the official airline partner for the 19th Asia Cup Polo International Day. Expressing delight on this partnership, Mr Huseyin Ozbek, General Manager North and East India said “We are elated to come together with Asia Cup Polo for its seventh edition in Jaipur, India and 19th overall International Day. This association proves our commitment towards staying engaged with our customers and providing them with new lifetime experiences. As an airline flying to more countries than any other, we continue to ensure that our partners are instrumental in our growth journey. We wish luck to all the participants and look forward to the great match.”

The Chief Guest of the Jaipur 2020 Asia Cup Polo International Day is HH Maharaja Sawai Padmanabh Singh and several members of the Jaipur Royal Family shall also be in attendance. 

The Pink City of India has an unmatched polo tradition and the Jaipur Royal Family’s equestrian glory is unparalleled in the Indian subcontinent. It was under the patronage of the Jaipur Royal Family and their proud heritage that Asia Cup Polo has become the annual internationally renowned spectacle that it is. Maharaj Narendra Singh has played in the Asia Cup many times both in India and England and now his son, His Highness Maharaja Sawai Padmanabh Singh, has continued the tradition.

Their Rajasthan Polo club in Jaipur has graciously hosted the Asia Cup Polo in the past and is the stunning venue again for the 19th Asia Cup Polo International Day.

The Sen Group also hosts the Asia Cup International Day in London and will be celebrating its 20th event in summer of 2020. 

They also hope to launch new events in Singapore and Dubai later this year.

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