Alamo Masters Water Polo

We are a club water polo team located in San Antonio, TX, with both a women’s and men’s squad. We invite all men and ladies age 18 and up (and out of high school) to join us regardless of experience in the sport, though athletes need to be able to swim on their own and tread water.

alamo masters water polo group shot

Practice Information

Practice is typically at the following time, but the schedule can
change depending on pool availability. Please join our Facebook group for the most up to date info!

Sunday: Palo Alto Aquatic Center 9 am – 11 am

Info and FAQs:

Who can join?
Anyone 18+ who can swim! You must be registered with USA water polo bronze level to play per our insurance.

Do you have to have played before?
No! As long as you can swim we can work with you. We welcome all levels of play.

When and where are practices?
Sunday- 9-11 am at Palo Alto Aquatic center

How much is this going to cost?
Our drop in fee is $7 (cash, check, Venmo). There is an additional charge for attending tournaments based on attendees, tournament fees, and travel costs.

But I don’t know anyone and I’m nervous…
Don’t be! We are a fun, easy going group and want to make you feel at home! Please reach out to us and we will be happy to talk to you about any questions or concerns you have.

Ok I’m in! What do I need to do now?
We require all members to be registered with USAWP at least the Bronze membership (USA Water Polo Membership) Then just show up on Sunday with your suit and goggles and you are ready to go!


Helpful Links:

More Information on Water Polo
USA Water Polo site
How to Eggbeater



Coach Gabriel Best

Coach Best began swimming in his native country of Panama at the
age of 5 and continues to swim on a regular basis to this day.
He learned basic swimming skills from his late father who would
take him almost every Saturday to either the Atlantic Ocean or
the Pacific Ocean to swim. He swam competitively in high school (1977)
and was named athlete of the year for his key contribution in
basketball, soccer, wrestling and track. He began professionally
coaching swimming and water polo in 2001, thanks to George Block.
Over the years, he coached age group, high school and master athletes
in swimming and water polo with championships seasons in both as the
head coach of William H. Taft High School (2004-2008).