Popular Polo tournament to Kungliga Djurgarden
The successful tournament, Jaeger- LeCoultre Scandinavian Polo Open, has grown in size and access. This year’s sport event will be taken place Saturday, the 23rd August on Kungliga Djurgarden- the National City Park.
With the move to the centre lied location in Stockholm we will have the opportunity to take in more spectators than before, says Martin Askne from ADCityMedia which is the project leader for the tournament.
Having Sportgardet on Kungliga Djurgarden as address we can raise polo to a higher level. We are happy that watch company Jaeger-LeCoultre is title sponser for the second year in a row. Actually, the new location for the game is seen as something very positive by all the cooperative partners, Martin Askne continues.
For us the new address is essential. The location lies now in Stockholm ‘s city centre. This creates more possibilities to reach the tournament. Scandinavian Polo Open is an important event for us to participate. We have a long history as an actor within the polo sport, says Patric Boutellier Brand Director of Northern Europe, at the same time also responsible for Jaeger-LeCoultre’s sponsor engagement within polo worldwide.
With the move to Sportgardet the event’s potential increases enormously. Many more are able to take part of it. We are very satisfied with the developments and looking forward to this year’s tournament, says Olof Larsson of Nymans Ur who together with Jaeger-LeCoultre is responsible for the title sponsorship.
This year’s edition of Jaeger-LeCoultre Scandinavian Polo Open will offer an exciting polo game with participating teams of different countries, just as well non-stop entertainment and an obliged hat parade with a jury existing of a group of well- known people. For the children there will be the possibility to try out horse riding.
We look forward to a serious party on the 23rd August with a generous increased VIP-tent. Of course, the possibility for many Stockholm inhabitants to see a classic polo tournament from the first row is absolutely thrilling, Martin Askne completes.