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Arriving at London Stadium

Located in the south of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, the easiest and quickest mode of travel to matches at London Stadium is by public transport.

Arriving at London Stadium by Public Transport

Tube

The quickest way to get to the stadium is to walk from Stratford Station. West Ham Station will be extremely busy on matchdays and it is advised that supporters find alternative direct routes to Stratford Station.

Stratford Station [SRA]

The station is located at Station Street, Stratford, London E15 1AZ; 15-20 minutes' walk from the ground.

It offers the following services: 

  • London Overground
  • Central and Jubilee Underground
  • Docklands Light Railway (DLR)
  • TfL Rail
  • National rail services to Liverpool Street, Stansted Airport, Chelmsford and Southend

Stratford International [SFA]

The station is located at Celebration Avenue, Stratford, London E15 1AZ; 10-15 minutes' walk from the ground.

It offers the following services: 

  • Docklands Light Railway (DLR)
  • National rail services to St Pancras International, Faversham, Margate, Canterbury West, Dover Priory and Gravesend

Bus

Stratford Bus Station and Stratford City Bus Stations are located in close proximity to Stratford Station, approximately 1.5 miles from the stadium. Buses that run to these stations are numbers: 25, 86, 97, 104, 108, 158, 241, 257, 262, 276, 308, 425, 473, D8. 

Arriving at London Stadium by Car

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It is recommended you do not travel to London Stadium by car.

Parking

There is no parking available at London Stadium and parking restrictions will be in place and enforced in the local area.

London Stadium capacity 2017/18: 60,000

Record PL attendance: 59,996 v Manchester United (2 February 2017)

Built: 2011

Pitch size: 105m x 68m

Stadium address: London Stadium, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London, E20 2ST

Phone: +44 (0)20 85482748

West Ham United will break new ground in 2016/17 as they begin life at their new London Stadium home, which was built for the London Olympic Games in 2012.

The iconic stadium, which hosted numerous memorable moments during the Games, will feature giant shirts of West Ham legends including Sir Geoff Hurst, Bobby Moore, Martin Peters and Mark Noble around the outside of the structure.

The Hammers were previously at the Boleyn Ground, which they moved into in 1904. The club made an emotional farewell to the famous stadium with a 3-2 victory over Manchester United in May 2016.

London Stadium Map

London Stadium map