Founded in the United States in 1890, U.S.P.A. is the administrative representative of the sport of polo in the United States and Canada. Its mission is to bring together polo enthusiasts around the world and create a U.S. P. A. team with athletes dedicated to the sport. Players who have dedicated themselves to the sport of polo and spectators who want to experience the excitement of the sport have been coming together and joining forces thanks to U.S. Polo Assn. for over a century. Born from the sport of polo, played by the wealthy and upper class in the United States, the brand is still associated with the sport.
Polo: The game of kings...
Passionate players on pure-bred horses... Breathtaking games... A colorful, rich, and elegant game within its own tradition... An amazing sport that praises the speed, strength, talent, courage, and endurance of man...
Polo was created in England in 1869. James Gordon Bennet brought this sport to New York in 1876. Today, there are about 300 Polo clubs and more than 3000 Polo players in the United States. Polo players from around the world come together in various seasons and play this sport in a sportsmanlike manner.
Year 1997; U.S. Polo Assn. entered Turkey with Aydınlı Group!
The U.S. Polo Assn. brand joined Aydınlı Group in 1997. U.S. Polo Assn., an American brand owned by Aydınlı Group with a main license agreement, offers stylish and striking collections for men, women, and children of all ages and segments. Collections created by U.S. Polo Assn. inspired by the sport of polo allow freedom of movement and clearly reflect a gentleman-like and elegant style at the same time.
In addition to ready-to-wear garments, underwear, accessories, shoes, leather accessories, etc. for women, men, and children; home textiles, promotional products, beach products, and similar collections are also under the license of Aydınlı Group. U.S. Polo Assn. offers its products in 498 in total, 242 stores in Turkey and 256 stores in 45 countries including Russia, Ukraine, Eastern Europe, Turkic Republics, Middle East countries, and North African countries.