Water Polo is the oldest Olympic team sport (since 1900) and during the years this challenging discipline has known a remarkable evolution on a technical, tactical and regulatory level. Belgium has obtained several Olympic medals in the beginning of the 20th century but unfortunately our country could never win the Olympic title.
At this moment there are 3 national water polo teams in the RBSF: Men Senior, Women Senior and U19 Boys.
Since 1904 the RBSF organises each year Belgian Water Polo Championships in multiple divisions and categories. From 1990 the RBSF also organises an annual Belgian WP Cup Tournament.
Results, Rankings & Records
The technical rules of this aquatic discipline and the general rules are unfortunately only available in Dutch and French. Thank you for your kind understanding.
- Belgian Championship
- European Championship
- World Championship
- Olympic Event
- International Tournament
- Olympic Games
|10 - 23||May||2021||All disciplines||OPEN Men - Women||Budapest||HUN|
|21 - 23||May||2021||Water Polo||Dames SEN||Brno||CZE|
|29||May||2021||Water Polo||Cup A - B - Dames||TBD||BEL|
|11 - 13||June||2021||Water Polo||Men SEN||Olomouc||CZE|
|23 - 08||July - August||2021||All disciplines||OPEN Men - Women||Tokyo||JPN|
|13 - 29||May||2022||All disciplines||OPEN Men - Women||Fukuoka||JPN|
|27 - 10||August - September||2022||Water Polo||Men-Women||Split||CRO|
|26 - 11||July - August||2024||All disciplines||OPEN Men - Women||Paris||FRA|
|21 - 06||July - August||2028||All disciplines||OPEN Men - Women||Los Angeles||USA|