West Ham United - London Stadium

Address: Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London E20 2ST

Capacity: 60,000

The 2016/17 season will be West Ham’s first in their new stadium, which was designed and built to host the 2012 London Olympics and Paralympics. The ground sits within the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

The Hammers previously played at Upton Park.

Public transport is the best and easiest way to get to and from the stadium.


By tube and train

The nearest train, tube and bus stops are at Stratford and Stratford International

Stratford station is served by:

- Docklands Light Railway (DLR)

- Jubilee and Central lines

- National Rail services operated by Greater Anglia and c2c

- London Overground services

Stratford International station is served by:

- Docklands Light Railway (DLR)

- Southeastern High Speed 1 services

The stadium is a 20-minute walk from Stratford


By car

There are no on-site parking facilities at the Olympic Stadium and supporters are advised to use public transport instead.


By bike

Personal bikes

Cyclists can make use of the recently extended London Cycle Superhighway from central London (Aldgate) to Stratford City.

London Cycle Hire Scheme (Santander Bikes)

- Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park has 310 new docking points for London's cycle hire scheme making it easier than ever to access the Park.

- The docking points are spread across eight docking stations in and around the Park.


By bus

London Stadium is easily accessible by a number of bus routes. Click here for more details.

Click here to read a visiting supporter's guide for the London Stadium.