Loughborough London Sports Map
Visit the HereEast website Located at Here East, home to the Loughborough University London campus, are many sporting events, facilities, and activities to get involved in alongside your studies with us.
Queen Elizabeth Olympic park E20
This beautiful park is home to a number of iconic venues from the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games with a variety of sports and activities to get involved in. Below are some of what's on offer.
For more details visit: www.queenelizabetholympicpark.co.uk
Formerly known as the Olympic Stadium in 2012 is now home to Premier League football club West Ham United and UK Athletics. Take the tour of the London Stadium - LSTours@delawarenorth.com
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Get tickets to see Westham - https://www.whufc.com/tickets/match-tickets
London Marathon Community Track
The London Marathon Community Track (LMCT) plays a key role in the community, as a multi-use sport, education and event space.
Home to Newham and Essex Beagles - a leading athletics club in Great Britain who have developed more than 25 Olympians over the past few decades. Also home to Bobby Moore Academy Secondary school.
- All-weather, six-lane Mondo 400-metre track – with two eight-lane 100-metre straights.
- Comprehensive athletics field event space.
- Full-sized 11-a-side grass football pitch.
- Fully floodlit track and field area.
Copper Box Arena
Whether it’s cheering on the London Lions or taking to the court yourself, Copper Box Arena is bound to take your interest, accommodating up to 7,500 spectators for the following sports:
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Watch the London Lions Basketball team: https://www.thelondonlions.com/team/
London Aquatics Centre
Dive in with Tom Daley at the London Aquatics Centre located south of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, offering you adult swim lessons and Aqua Splash in their two 50 metre swimming pools, as well as a 25 metre diving pool!
Book and enquire online - https://www.londonaquaticscentre.org/
From the UK’s tallest sculpture, take in the view of the London skyline or dare to ride on the world’s longest and tallest tunnel slide. Created by Anish Kapoor and Cecil Balmond, the magnificent looping structure of the ArcelorMittal Orbit is an iconic symbol of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and the London 2012 Games.
Lee Valley VeloPark and Velodrome
The iconic, award-winning, 6,000-seat velodrome where Sir Chris Hoy and Dame Sarah Storey, along with their Team GB and Paralympics GB compatriots set the London 2012 Games alight.
Lee Valley VeloPark is the first place in the world where you can take part in four types of cycling in one place: Track cycling, road racing, BMX or mountain biking.
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Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre
Located minutes away from Velopark, is the perfect spot for hockey or tennis at the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre, offering sessions for beginners straight through to advanced players for both sports.
Swan Pedalos and Boat hire/tours
The only boat tours available on the waterways of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in east London, giving visitors a new perspective of the park by river.
Whilst afloat, you’ll travel past the iconic venues, whilst learning fascinating facts.
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Breathe in the Olympic air in this free open space located in Eastbank of the Olympic park, try your hand at the monkey bars or create your own workout.
Why not see the city while you cycle? Download the Santander Cycles app or visit any docking station to get started.
Visit the website below for trails around London – ‘Cycle the Sights’
Bikeworks is an incredible initiative aimed at making cycling accessible and possible for everyone.
Regardless of age, impairment, religion, race or any other defining characteristic or perceived barrier, you are welcome to join their All Ability Cycling Clubs that are free to access.
Skate Boards / Roller Blades
Whether on a skateboard, or roller blades, glide your way through the many parks across London.
Visit the links below for the skateparks located in Daubney Fields, Hackney, Victoria Park and many more.
Join our neighbours atF45 fitness for a hard core HIIT workout and get trained by professionals.
Located minutes from the London campus, is Gainsborough playing fields where Badu Sports hosts a weekly running group.
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