Welcome to Shore Aquatics Youth Water Polo Programs

Shore Aquatics 10u Co Ed Team are #1 in the Nation!

Undefeated at the 2019 Junior Olympics.

Were back Open!
Please check calendar for schedule
Splash through 14U
Girls & Boys

Only allowed to 18 players / 16 swimmers per team in the water!
Registration limited to returned players first. 
No free trial at this time. 

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Our goal is to develop our athlete's skill level to encourage team play and to have FUN. We provide a well organized club program for players ranging from 5 years of age to high school. Our coaches were all elite athletes, who serve as role models for our younger boys and girls in the program. By offering the best coaching, we give our athletes unparalleled opportunities to become the very best students of the game. We focus on training, most importance to develop strong, confident student athletes that perform to the best of their ability in all aspects in their life.

Shore Water Polo is led by Club Director, Olympian Chi Kredell of Long Beach.



Training Programs

Email questions to:


  • MINI POLO / Ages 5 to 9yrs
  • 10U Girls & Boys / CoEd
  • 12U Girls & Boys
  • 14U Girls & Boys

Click above for specific age group team page for schedules, details and fees.

A player's age division is determined by the athlete's age on August 1st of the year in which the JO tournament is being held, 2021.

Example: If a player is 14 years old on August 1, they are eligible to compete in the 14&U division. If an athlete turns 15 on July 31, his/her age is 15 on August 1st and is therefore no longer eligible for the 14&U division. They are, however, able to participate in the 16&U division.

Click on above CALENDAR TAB for

practice schedule and pool locations!


Bullying of any kind is unacceptable at [Long Beach Shore Aquatics] (the Club) and will not be tolerated. Bullying is counterproductive to team spirit and can be devastating to a victim. The Club is committed to providing a safe, caring and friendly environment for all of our members. If bullying does occur, all athletes and parents should know that incidents will be dealt with promptly and effectively. Anyone who knows that bullying is happening is expected to tell a coach, board member or athlete/mentor.
Objectives of the Club’s Bullying Policy and Action Plan:

  1. To make it clear that the Club will not tolerate bullying in any form.
  2. To define bullying and give all board members, coaches, parents and swimmers a good
    understanding of what bullying is.
  3. To make it known to all parents, swimmers and coaching staff that there is a policy and
    protocol should any bullying issues arise.
  4. To make how to report bullying clear and understandable.
  5. To spread the word that Shore  takes bullying seriously and that all water polo players
    and parents can be assured that they will be supported when bullying is reported. 





Water Polo NEWS & EVENTS!


Future Junior Olympics Dates:

2021  July  / Orange County