Water polo has been a long-established part of the club, which was established in 1880, and which has produced numerous Olympians and International Players in its past. It was the original part of the club, where gala nights were held at Knightstone Baths in Weston-super-Mare where the main event was usually two water polo matches, with swimming in between. The original club was located in the outside pool at Knightstone until in 1902, the new baths were completed.

The then Borough Council of Weston-super-Mare, many of the then councillors who were on the committee of the club, decided they needed a draw to bring spectators into these events, and so they invited Paula Francesco Radmilovic (Raddy), a young Welshman from Cardiff, of Croatian descent. More can be read about the "Incomparable Raddy" by going to a blog written by Mike Coles here.

Weston has continued with water polo to the present day and take part in many tournaments around the South West of England. They play in the Bristol and West Water Polo League and presently sit in Division 1 of the men's senior league.

Over the last year Weston have been rebuilding, and presently can complete at Under-12s and Under-14s, and also, as well as the men's senior league, have restarted their women's team under the guidance of head coach Mike Coles, senior's coach Nick Purslow, and junior coach Simon Farrance.

They are presently reviewing whether to enter their various teams in new competitions.

Water Polo trains on a Sunday evening, from 5.15 pm at Hutton Moor Leisure Centre.