6th – 7th April 2019

Goodwood Members’ Meeting

The world’s most exclusive race meeting

Goodwood’s motorsport opening weekend recreates the atmosphere and camaraderie of the original BARC Meetings held at Goodwood through the 1950s and 1960s. A packed two days of thrilling racing and demonstrations from the finest historic cars of the period, as well as more modern machines never previously seen at the Motor Circuit. Plus, buzzing food markets and Goodwood’s biggest outdoor party on Saturday evening, with live music and stunning fireworks.

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2019 Goodwood Festival of Speed and Revival dates announced

The 2018 Goodwood motorsport season has now been consigned to the history books – so it’s time to look ahead at what we’ll be up to in 2019, ready for the 77th Goodwood Members’ Meeting, 27th Goodwood Festival of Speed presented by Mastercard and 22nd Goodwood Revival.

Goodwood Revival


Breakfast Club 2019 – Themes and Dates to be Revealed

The Best ‘free day’ Out

It’s a no-cost, all-welcome motoring show where the visitors and their machines are the stars. There’s no driving – apart from what we hope will be a delightful early-morning run to the circuit on some of Sussex’s finest roads.



‘Glorious Goodwood’

30 July – 3 August 2019

With five days of thrilling action set against the magnificent backdrop of the rolling Sussex countryside, The Qatar Goodwood Festival – popularly known as ‘Glorious Goodwood’ – is one of the highlights of the flat-racing season.

Elegant fashion combines with some of the greatest races in the world to create a festival week like no other.



Goodwood Racecourse

Set right on top of the Sussex Downs, you couldn’t think of a more inspiring place to hold a meeting or special celebration than Goodwood Racecourse.



Cowdray Park: The home of British Polo

With a long and illustrious history, Cowdray Park is recognized worldwide as the Home of British Polo. Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty within Viscount Cowdray’s 16,500 acre estate in West Sussex, the game of polo has been played at Cowdray for close on a century – the first competitive tournaments being recorded in 1910. By the 1920s a whole series of competitions with dedicated cups and trophies was firmly established, although the sport in the UK was to all but die out during the Second World War.


Today approximately 450 matches are played each season, with the highlight being the Gold Cup for the British Open Championships and we welcome spectators throughout the season.

The public are welcome to watch all matches at Cowdray Park. Tickets can be bought at the entrance gates to the grounds in play.

You are welcome to bring your own picnic and folding chairs or a rug to sit on, and there are ample viewing areas.


Jaeger-LeCoultre Gold Cup

The Jaeger-LeCoultre Gold Cup is played to decide the British Open Polo Championship and is the premier polo tournament in the world at 22 goal (High Goal) level. With all the international stars of the game in action in the incomparable setting of Cowdray Park’s famous ‘Lawns’, the event draws in polo aficionados from all over the globe.

Polo at Cowdray Park

For up-to-the-minute information on Polo at Cowdray Park, including details of tournaments and matches, please visit the Cowdray Park Polo Club website.



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The HCCS happens because of the generous support of individuals and local business. Please visit our support page for full details…

The HCCS is a not for profit community event, run by volunteers as part of the Haslemere Festival.


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