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Q: How many players in a water polo team can be in the water at one time?

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at least 7

7 on each team including the golie

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 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

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.

Water polo has a total of 7 players on a team. 6 players are on the field, and one is in goal.

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Two teams and four players on each team

There are 6 field players and 1 goal keeper on each team.

4. Or 3 for arena polo.

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.

there are 14 people in the pool, at least 7 including the goalie, on each team.

Water Polo has a goal keeper, and 6 outfield players for a total of 7 team members.

To be honest, the future of Water Polo does not look good. Each year since 2003, the number of water polo players globally has decreased by an average of 8500. This may be because of the reason that Water Polo is seen as a sport played by "queers", who enjoy wrestling other sopping wet men in thongs. Many ex-water polo players have revealed their fear of returning to public pools because of their scarred past, in which many were abused by fellow players. One water polo player has been labelled as a"perverted rabbit" after brutally "discreetly" abusing all the members on his water polo team.

there has to be at least 7 including the goalie

water polo is when the players work together to score and win the other team

Each team can have up to 13 players, seven are in the water at anyone time, the rest are on the bench. They have rolling substitutions.

In one team there is 13 players, but only 7 are in the pool at a time, and one of them is the goalie. So in a game there will be 14 people in the pool at one time, 7 from each team.

No. They can not touch the bottom of the pool. They are swimming or treading water the whole game. I heard the water polo team talk about this last week.

It does give players an advantage such faster swimming speeds, more reach and big hands. However, not all water polo players are tall. I know a someone who was 3rd team all-american and she is barely over 5'6".