Getting To The Copper Box Arena


Situated in the heart of the Queen Elizabeth Park, getting to the Copper Box Arena is really easy. England Hockey recommends using public transport and alighting at Stratford station but you can also get there from Hackney Wick as well. 


The Copper Box is less than a 10-minute walk from Stratford station, which is well serviced by the Central line, London Overground services and the DLR, as well as a large number of buses. 

When walking to the venue, exit Stratford via the North Ticket Hall and proceed up the escalator on your right-hand side. Follow the footpath through the shopping centre following the event signage. Continue down the main shopping centre walkway towards John Lewis. Turn left along Jamie’s passage, again following the event signs and cross the road using the pedestrian crossing outside of the shopping centre. You should see the London Stadium in front of you. Turn immediately right down Westfield Avenue and continue on the road until you reach the Copper Box Arena.  

For a visual guide of the walking route, please click here and select the ‘Walking’ tab. Hockey Makers will be on the route to guide you and welcome you to the Super 6s. 

Hackney Wick

If getting to Stratford is not possible, Hackney Wick is also a short walk to the venue and is serviced by the London Overground. Please check for full service information. 

When walking from the station, exit Hackney Wick and follow signs for the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Cross the bridge and continue straight; the venue will be on your right-hand side. 

For a visual guide of the walking route, please click here and select the ‘Walking’ tab. 

Will there be parking available?

There will be no parking available at the Copper Box Arena on the day of the event. While there is a car park at nearby Westfield, we strongly recommend that all spectators travel by public transport.  

Please note: you will not be permitted to bring food or drink into the venue.