4 players on each team, or 3 on a team for arena polo.
There are 3-4 players in each team and there are two teams in a polo game
There are only 3 players on a Polo team. AMAZING, HUH?! However: If you are asking for the answer to the DS version of 1 vs 100. The answer is 4.
4. Or 3 for arena polo.
at least 7
6 players for an indoor volleyball team and 2 generally for outdoor or beach volleyball.
7 on each team including the golie
Each side has 7 players - including one person 'in goal'.
Swimming is not a team sport so there are no players. If you mean how many athletes can swim together at a usual swimming lap, the answer is 8. If you mean how many players each team has in water polo, there are six players and the goalkeeper.
There are 4 players on a polo team. Each player's jersey number indicates the position he or she is playing; the number 1 man plays forward; the 4 man plays back; with numbers 2 and 3 playing pivotal roles. Arena polo differs in that there are 3 players on a team, as it is played in a smaller enclosed area. A polo player's handicap is rated separately for field polo and arena polo..
USUALLY there is more on an outdoor team, because they have to have 11 players on the field at once, and in a indoor team, only 5 are on the field
7 for each team including the goalie.
A game of polo is played by two teams composed of three or four players per team.
A variant of arena polo has just 3 players.
Fourteen players overall. Seven on each team. Six players and a goalie for each team. There are a numerous amount of substitutions because it is a very strenuous sport.
Water polo has a total of 7 players on a team. 6 players are on the field, and one is in goal.
There are up to 13 players is a water polo team, with 7 (6 outfield and 1 goal keeper) allowed in the water at any one time
With indoor volleyball its 6 players for each team on the court. If its outdoor volleyball its 2 players per team.
There are 6 field players and 1 goal keeper on each team.
Competition polo teams usually have one or two "patrons" which are the wealthy players that pay the professionals to play on their team with them.
typically khakis and a polo with the team logo