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Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre is England Hockey's legacy venue at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London.

As the home of England Hockey since 2014, it has played host to some incredible moments and has seen legendary players and teams from around the world step out on this world-renowned pitch.

Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre

Playing host to some of the biggest hockey tournaments hockey as ever seen such as the 2015 UniBet EuroHockey Championships where England beat world champions the Netherlands and the 2016 Champions Trophies, this venue has already created some magical moments with plenty more expected in 2018 at the Hockey Women's World Cup.

With such a major event coming in 2018, we have lots of action away from the field too! You will want to pay our Spectator Village a visit before and after matches - there's going to be loads of exciting things going on.

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Spectator Village

Due to the huge number of spectators who’ve already booked their tickets for the World Cup, England Hockey are setting up their biggest Spectator Village to date. This will be situated a mere 6 minute walk from the venue and is on the old Riverbank Arena site used during the London 2012 Olympic Games. Food, drink, entertainment, chances to play Hockey, retail and a big screen are just some of the feature we are planning. More information will be coming soon, but it promises to be an amazing feature for spectators whether ticket holders or not. All are welcome and it is free. Whether you have a ticket or not, please sign to our newsletter below to hear all about it.

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park


Apart from Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park has some incredible sights to see whilst you're in London watching the hockey:

• London Stadium, home of West Ham United Football Club
• ArcelorMittal Orbit with new 178m slide - it's so much fun!
• London Aquatics Centre
• Copper Box Arena
• Lee Valley Velo Park, including the iconic Olympic indoor velodrome

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