The Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre is owned, funded and managed by Lee Valley Regional Park Authority. With a history of sporting activity dating back over a century the venue, built as a legacy of London 2012, is certainly continuing this tradition. Visit the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park website here or the Lee Valley Regional Park authority website here more information.
On England Hockey event days there is NO SPECTATOR parking at the venue, but there are ample baby changing facilities and buggy drop locations. Any spectator under the age of 2 years that does not require a seat can enter the venue for free without purchasing a ticket.
Spectators are permitted to bring in a small amount of food and drink consisting of up to; 1 x 500ml bottle of water per person in a clear branded unopened plastic bottle, and a maximum of two small items per person, such as a standard size bag of sweets, crisps, chocolate or cereal bar, a piece of fruit. No alcohol or glass bottles can be brought into the venue.
For blue badge parking on event days please email email@example.com
The venue is fully accessible for users with disabilities, more info can be found here
For directions to Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre or any of our other venues please click here
The near 15,000 capacity stadium, situated in South-West London, is home to the Harlequins Rugby team. The stadium sits only a few hundred yards away from the home of English Rugby, Twickenham. In 2019 Great Britain Hockey, in partnership with the Harlequins, laid a portable artificial turf surface on top of the existing grass surface to create world class hockey playing conditions as Great Britain men and women defeated New Zealand in front of 12,000 fans.
The venue is fully accessible for users with disabilities and there are baby changing and buggy drop facilities. On England Hockey event days the Rosebine Car Park will be open for spectators to purchase pre-paid parking for cars, minibuses or coaches in advance and is situated a short 5-minute walk from the north entry gate to the stadium. For blue badge parking please email firstname.lastname@example.org
For directions to Twickenham Stoop or any of our other venues please click here
The Copper Box Arena, dubbed the ‘Box that Rocks’, is an Olympic legacy venue on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park which hosted handball, modern pentathlon, fencing and goalball during London 2012. The venue, operated by GLL has been host to England Hockey’s senior indoor finals in 2018, 2019 and 2020, the Jaffa Super 6s.
On England Hockey event day there is NO SPECTATOR parking, except for blue badge parking which can be requested by emailing email@example.com
The venue is fully accessible for users with disabilities and there are baby changing and buggy drop facilities.
For directions to the Copper Box Arena or any of our other venues please click here
About The Venues
All you need to know about the venues that host domestic finals and international matches