Based in the heart of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is the impressive London Stadium. Built to host the London 2012 Olympics the stadium enjoys a wealth of conveniences with great transport links and exceptional amenities.
Since the Olympics, the stadium is now home to Premier League football club West Ham United who moved from their previous pitch, Boleyn Ground in 2016 (commonly known as Upton Park), with recent redevelopments to the seating aiming to improve the atmosphere on matchdays.
The stadium boasts some of the finest architecture, with the longest cantilevered roof in the world, as well as re-configurable lower-tier seating that brings football fans closer to the action whilst simultaneously allowing more space for concerts and athletic events.
This versatile stadium has also hosted Rugby World Cup fixtures, international and domestic Rugby Union, The Race of Champions, the RFL Four Nations and Major League Baseball, as well as high profile concerts from artists such as The Rolling Stones, Beyonce and the Foo Fighters.
Hospitality options to the London Stadium are quite varied with a purpose-built section in the West Stand creating multiple suites which are ideal on matchdays or for corporate meetings and other similar occasions.
Founded in 1895 as Thames Ironworks and now known globally as West Ham United, glory doesn’t come easily but, The Academy produces some of the finest players in the world and hospitality to see The Hammers is a special occasion for fans.
London Stadium is well serviced by the London Transport system with multiple travel options.