Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre is located in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, east London. The venue offers world-class hockey and tennis facilities, coaching and court hire. Book indoor or outdoor pitches now.
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Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park knits a vibrant area of East London into a modern urban destination - redefining the historic industrial and creative heartlands of Stratford and Hackney Wick as an exciting and sustainable place to live, work, study, play and visit.
Whether it’s hockey or tennis, Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park offers sessions for beginners straight through to advanced players for both sports. For our tennis lovers we have lessons for both adults and children, or you can have a friendly match with your friends on our indoor or outdoor courts. If it’s hockey you’re into, groups and clubs can book to play on two World and Olympic standard pitches.
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is a sporting complex and public park in Stratford and Hackney Wick, in east London. It was purpose-built for the 2012 Summer Olympics and Paralympics, situated adjacent to the Stratford City development. It contains the Olympic stadium, now known as the London Stadium, and the Olympic swimming pool together with the athletes' Olympic Village and several other Olympic sporting venues and the London Olympics Media Centre. The park is overlooked by the ArcelorMittal Or
The Park’s most recognisable venue, London Stadium is a magnificent arena that will be the only venue in the UK able to host both world class football and athletics events. Parklands and Playgrounds
Wimbledon in south west London Sport: Tennis About Wimbledon - Home of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club and the setting for the famous Wimbledon tennis tournament since 1877. It is the only remaining major grass-court Tennis venue in the world. Out of London Olympic Games venues. The Broxbourne White Water Canoe Centre in Hertfordshire
The Park is a public transport destination, and there are no car parks for general visits to the Park. Blue Badge parking spaces are available at the Copper Box Arena and the London Aquatics Centre. During the lockdown period, the only Blue Badge parking area available is at the Copper Box Arena. London Stadium.
Set across hundreds of acres, there’s lots to explore at the Park. To help you make the most of your experience, we have five fantastic trails that give you the chance to take in the many sights and sounds of the Park. You can pick up copies of our free ' Parkland and Wildlife ' and 'London 2012' trails at our Information Point located in the Pavilion at International Quarter London (opposite Pret between 11am – 4pm daily).
Tennis was part of the Summer Olympic Games program from the inaugural 1896 Summer Olympics, but was dropped after the 1924 Summer Olympics due to disputes between the International Lawn Tennis Federation and the International Olympic Committee over how to define amateur players. After two appearances as a demonstration sport in 1968 and 1984, it returned as a full medal sport at the 1988 Summer Olympics open for all players regardless of their age and status and has been played at every summer