The Copper Box was the first venue in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to reopen to the public.
You can have a workout in the gym, take part in activities in the state-of-the-art sports hall, or just enjoy a coffee and a bite to eat in the cafe.
Now home to the London Lions basketball team, it is a major venue for everything from premiership basketball to pop concerts.
With a maximum capacity of 7,500 Copper Box is London’s third largest arena. It hosts a variety of sporting, cultural, community and entertainment events, including concerts, charity dinners, exhibitions, awards ceremonies and conferences. With all seating fully retracted, the main hall is 2,700 square metres of unlimited potential. In terms of layout, theme and décor, you have complete freedom to make sure your event looks and feels exactly as you envisioned. The arena can be subdivided in any way, to the exact layout and number of rooms your event requires; it is a truly flexible space which can be transformed to any theme.
With a huge 12.5 metre high ceiling, your event will have a sense of grandeur; an event held at the Copper Box is impactful, inspiring and leaves a lasting impression on those who attend. The main arena hall is perfect for large conferences, product launches, exhibitions, awards dinners and much more.
The Copper Box Arena has hosted the goal ball event of the 2012 Paralympics.
The arena hosted the London "Grand Prix Badminton" Tournament which was held here from 1st to 6th October 2013.
The nail-biting Netball Superleague Grand Final was held at the Copper Box Arena on 25th April 2015. Team Surrey Storm won its first Netball Superleague title ever.
The arena played host to the Wheelchair Rugby event of the 2014 Invictus Games, held in September.
The BT World Wheelchair Rugby Challenge was held in the arena in October 2015.
The modern pentathlon event (fencing shooting swimming, running and horse jumping) of the 2012 Summer Olympics was held at the Copper Box Arena.