Host of the handball, modern pentathlon fencing and goalball during the 2012 Games, the Copper Box Arena is one of London’s most flexible indoor venues. You can get in shape in the gym, work out in group exercise classes, take part in activities in the state-of-the-art sports hall, or just enjoy a coffee and a bite to eat in the café.
With retractable seating for up to 7,500 spectators, the Arena can host a wide range of different sports and activities including basketball, wheelchair basketball, handball, volleyball, netball, fencing, badminton, gymnastics and much more.
Home to a number of local clubs (see below), it is now a major new venue for everything from heavyweight boxing matches to pop concerts, while day-to-day it is a place to meet friends and take part in sport.
To find out more visit the Copper Box Arena website or call 020 8221 4900.
The Copper Box Arena is fully accessible with accessible changing rooms and toilets and space for accessible parking.
We have been working with Disabled Go to create an online access guide for the Copper Box Arena. To view the guides, please click here.