Water-polo

Date and place

April 6, 7

Complexe sportif Claude-Robillard

Station Crémazie

54, 146

Free

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Children aged 6 to 11 to ride public transit for free from 4 p.m. Friday until service ends Sunday when accompanied by an adult with a valid fare. Find out more

Delegations represented

Ahuntsic-Cartierville
Beaconsfield
Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce
Dollards-des-Ormeaux
Le Sud-Ouest
Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve

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Sport presentation

An aquatic sport in which two teams of seven players (including a goalkeeper) attempt to throw a ball into the opposition’s goal. The two teams are identified by the colour of their bathing caps. Players advance with the ball, either holding it in one hand or pushing it in front of them, but cannot touch it with both hands at the same time (with the exception of the goalkeeper) or hold it under the water. The player with the ball may be impeded, but cannot be pushed, pulled, or leaned on. The team that scores the most goals wins the match.

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Sport Association

 

Water-polo Québec oversees the promotion, development, and governance of water-polo in Quebec. Water-polo Québec organizes and coordinates all water-polo related activities in the province, from initiation to supporting elite clubs and athletes.

 

Schedule

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Technical specifications

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How to register your child in water-polo near you

To participate in the Jeux de Montréal, your child must be registered for one of the many activities offered by sports clubs and leisure organizations on the island of Montreal. Visit the delegations page and locate your borough or city to find out how to register.

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