London Stadium

The Official Home of West Ham United FC

The London Stadium is the home of West Ham United Football Club and UK Athletics. The stadium hosts a plethora of events and can have a capacity of up to 80,000.

The venue was built for the 2012 London Olympics, where it hosted both the opening and closing ceremonies, as well as a plethora of athletics events.

West Ham are one of the most successful English clubs. They have won the historic FA Cup on 3 occasions (1963/64, 1974/75 & 1979/80). There were also three West Ham players in the 1966 England World Cup squad, which included the legendary Bobby Moore, Geoff Hurst and Martin Peters.

The Hammers moved into the London Stadium in August 2016 after spending 112 years at Upton Park.

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London Stadium Hospitality 2023/24

Eventmasters are delighted to offer our exceptional hospitality at the world-class sporting venue. For further information, click the hospitality button below.

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Enjoy the 2023/24 Premier League season in style at the London Stadium in style with our West Ham United Hospitality packages.

You can take full advantage of our packages and watch your team play in luxury and style with a plethora of refreshments, food and other complimentary facilities at your disposal.

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History Of The Stadium

The London Stadium was purpose built for the historic 2012 Olympic Games in London. Construction began in May 2008 with the construction of this brand new London landmark was completed by October 2011, well in advance of the start of the upcoming Olympic Games, which were set to start with the Opening Ceremony on 27th July 2012.

It has been the home of UK Athletics since 2015, with West Ham moving there from Upton Park in August 2016. The first Premier League match at the stadium took place on 21st August 2016, where they beat AFC Bournemouth 1-0 courtesy of a Michail Antonio goal.

Athletics are also an important part of the London Stadium. Several records were broken in the stadium during the 2012 Olympic Games. For example, Usain Bolt ran the second fastest 100m race of all time, whilst David Rudisha broke his own world record when he became the first man to run 800m in less than 1 minute and 41 seconds.

Major Events at Twickenham

The London Stadium is set to host a wide variety of events, such as concerts, athletics and baseball. It will also be hosting all of West Ham United’s home Premier League matches.

Other Events at London Stadium

The London Stadium will be hosting several concerts and sporting events. The venue will play host to ‘Burna Boy’ and ‘The Weeknd’ in Summer 2023.

The London Diamond League will also take place at the London Stadium on 23rd July 2023. The London Major League Baseball series also took place in June 2023.

Visiting London Stadium

Please use the map provided for further information.

How do I get to London Stadium by car?

The closest location to the stadium to park your car is at Stratford Westfield (International Way, London E20 1EE), which holds three car parks (A, B & C). You can easily access car parks A & B from Roundhouse Lane. You can find access to Car Park C on Montfichet Road.

Please note that only car parks A & B are open for entry and exit at all times. For Car Park C, this is open from 5am to 10pm from Monday to Saturday, whilst it will be open from 7am to 10pm on Sundays.

There are designated disabled parking available too, which you will be able to find at all three car parks. The London Stadium is a 9 minute walk from Stratford Westfield.

How do I get to London Stadium by train/tube?

The closest station to the London Stadium is the Pudding Mill Lane Station, which is a 10 minute walk away and it can be accessed by using the Docklands Light Railway service.

There are several other stations in a close proximity to the ground. Stratford Station is 15 minutes away with access via the Central and Jubilee Lines, the Docklands Light Railway, National Rail, London Overground trains as well as the Elizabeth Line.

Stratford International station is also a 15 minute walk away with access via the Docklands Light Railway and the South-eastern High Speed 1 services.

The other station that you can use is Hackney Wick Station, which is accessible via the London Overground and it is a 15 minute walk away from the London Stadium.

How do I get to London Stadium by bus?

When travelling to the London Stadium there are several bus services that you can use. The 388, the 308, the 339 as well as the D8 service. They are all available for travel to the London Stadium for whatever event you are attending.

West Ham London Stadium FAQs

West Ham United season tickets for the 2023/24 season are currently on sale, but the renewal window closes and 31st May 2023.

Prices for West Ham United season tickets for the 2023/24 season are as follows. 1966 West: £1,620, 1966 Billy Bonds Stand: £1,360, Band 1: £270 to £1,105, Band 2: £250 to £980, Band 3: £175 to £745, Band 4: £115 to £630, Band 5: £99 to £350 & Band 6: £99 to £310.

To buy our VIP Hospitality Packages, you do NOT need to be a season ticket holder.

You can contact us by phoning our Head Office’s phone number 0121 233 6500 or  020 7989 6500 for our London office.

You can check West Ham United’s hospitality package menus on our website when viewing the Great Briton Bar.

When viewing the Great Briton Bar on our hospitality page, there is an option to enquire about West Ham United tickets for your viewing.

You can find directions to London Stadium by clicking on the subheading ‘Location’ when viewing the Great Briton bar on our website. The instructions are provided for you in detail, whether you are driving by bus or via car. There is also a map reference provided for you as well.

General admission turnstiles are open 90 minutes before kick-off, Bridges 1, 3, 4 & 5 are open on the morning of the game. As for Club London Hospitality, Entrance B will be open 2 and a half hours ahead of kick off. The ticket office opens at 9am.

Please check your e-mail’s Junk folder, you can also contact our London office number 020 7989 6500.

You can take the following into the Stadium: Bags (A4 or smaller), Blankets, Plastic Bottles (with caps removed), Thermos flasks, Cameras (with lenses that are three inches or shorter) and small quantities of food and drink.

Access for the disabled are available via doors that can be found at all turnstiles that have no steps and level concourses.

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