Standard polocrosse field

The standard size of a polocrosse field is 146.5m long and 55m wide.
The goal scoring area is 27.5m long.
The centre area is 91.5 long.
The radius of the goal circle is 10m.


The goal posts are a minimum of 3m high and are 2.5m apart and flexible enough to be pushed over if collided with. Support posts of any kind are not be used. Drop‑­in goal posts are the preferred option.

Safety zones

The run‑­off area measured from the sidelines is a minimum of 3m. At the end of the field it is a 12m clearance.

If more than one field, the clearance between fields is a minimum of 10m and the clearance end to end is a minimum of 24m.

All lines are clearly marked and defined so they can be seen by all players and umpires. Boundary and penalty lines are marked with suitable flexible markers situated 3m out from the side lines.



Polocrosse Rules and Information on the Game. Polocrosse Australia 2014.

Sports association details


Polocrosse Association of Western Australia

Kim Maguire
Senior Executive Officer
PO Box 1704, Margaret River WA 6285
Telephone 0409 770 667
Facebook polocrossewa
Twitter @WApolocrosse


The information in this guide is general in nature and cannot be relied upon as professional advice concerning the design of, or marking out for, sporting facilities and playing areas. No assurance is given as to the accuracy of any information contained in this guide and readers should not rely on its accuracy. Readers should obtain their own independent and professional advice in relation to their proposed sporting activity.

Page reviewed 09 July 2019