As the centrepiece of London 2012, the London Stadium hosted spectacular opening and closing ceremonies and saw some of Britain’s most memorable sporting moments take place in front of sell-out crowds. Now sports fans, music lovers and London 2012 enthusiasts are able to explore the venue once again.
Cheer on as goals are scored and records are broken as football, rugby, athletics and many other sports take place in the multi-use stadium. The sound of ‘Bubbles’ rings out regularly as West Ham United Football Club play their home matches and as the national competition centre for UK athletics there will be plenty of opportunities to relive the gold medal winning glory of London 2012. Music lovers will not be left disappointed either as the world’s biggest stars lift the roof of the venue. Make sure you check our current events page for all the latest information about what’s on at the London Stadium, including arts and cultural events, sport, concerts and community events.
Visitors to the London Stadium can also go behind the scenes and put themselves in the shoes of their sporting heroes on one of the venue tours. Take a journey through the players’ changing rooms, athletes’ warm up track and player’s tunnel before finishing pitch side at the famous venue. Find out more about how to book a tour here.
In light of recent events we have increased security both on the Park and at our venues. If you are visiting one of our venues, please allow a little more time for bag checks and searches and consider if you need to bring a bag with you. If you are coming to watch the World Para Athletics Championships and IAAF World Championships London 2017, we advise that you plan ahead for your visit by looking at the top 10 tips for visiting London Stadium during this time.