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.
pool, water polo ball, goal
just a ball, water, and a goal
The most expensive piece of equipment for water polo can be the pool unless you have access to open water (e.g. a lake or the sea). The next most expensive piece of equipment are the goals; these will range from £1,000+ for a good set down to around £100 for a plastic set which are only good for practicing with. Other equipment needed are a ball (around £40), a pair of trunks (£10 - £30) and a hat (£5 - £10)
None normally, but you can wear a mouthguard.
A water polo goal, a shot 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, long boots water
Water Polo is a very different sport to Polo. The way it is played is completely different and the equipment is different. There are no horses involved, just like there are no mallets involved and the ball is also different. Water Polo has its own rules.
Marco polo used a compass
water polo is in the water and pollo uses horses and is on land water polo is in the water and polo is on land and it involves horses.
Water polo is a fairly simple sport in terms of the equipment used, there have been improvements over the last 100 years in water polo equipment: * the ball was originally made of leather which absorbed water during the match, it is now a rubber ball which is earier to grip * trunks were originally cotton or wool causing a lot of drag in the water, modern trunks are rubberised material which causes less drag and are harder for the opposition to hold onto
Water polo in Spanish is: polo acuático. Yo juego al polo acuático.