London Stadium

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
Marshgate Lane
E20 2ST



Type: Synthetic, 400m, 9 lanes, 9 lane straight

Ceremonial County:

NUTS Name: London (OP)

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OS National Grid Reference:
National Grid Reference: Unknown, Unknown

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Opening Times:
Is track locked/unavailable for casual use at other times: Unknown - should assume Yes

Track Diagram: Not available
Field Event Facilities:
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Track Certification:

Clubs: None

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Other Info:
The stadium was originally called the Olympic Stadium and was built to host the athletics events at the 2012 London Olympic Games. Construction of the stadium commenced in May 2008 and was completed in March 2011 with the athletics track laid with a Mondotrack surface in October 2011. The original track surface was removed in early 2016 and was relaid with the improved Mondotrack/WS (World Series) that May. Subsequently to the Olympics, the stadium become known as the London Stadium. In 2016, it became the home of West Ham United FC. It also hosts events such as music concerts. The stadium is normally in a football configuration whereby the pitch is surrounded by artificial turf and carpeting that covers the exposed sections of the running track. The stadium is only used for major athletics meetings. As well as the 2012 Olympics, other athletics events staged here included the 2017 World Athletics Championships, the 2018 Athletics World Cup and the Anniversary Games from 2013 to 2019.

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