From the FINA Water Polo standards... The inner sides of the goal posts must be 3 metres (10 ft) apart. When the water is 1.50 metres (5 ft) or more in depth, the underside of the crossbar must be 0.9 metres (3 ft) from the water surface. When the water is less than 1.5 metres (5 ft) in depth, the underside of the crossbar must be 2.4 metres (8 ft) from the floor of the pool. Limp nets must be securely fastened to the goal posts and crossbar to enclose the entire goal area and must be attached to the goal fixtures in such a manner as to allow not less than 0.3 metres (1 ft) clear space behind the goal line everywhere within the goal area.
pool, water polo ball, goal
You only get one point for each goal scored in a water polo game.
just a ball, water, and a goal
A water polo goal, a shock clock, a score board, a water polo ball, and last but not least the player. Water polo swimming apparel are speedos, and a cap saying the number/team color. No goggles are worn.
water polo has one cage goal at each side of the pool, each with one goalkeeper. water volleyball has one net in the middle of the pool. water polo's very dangerous.