Your Preferred Seats at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Summer Games fans will remember this iconic stadium as the host of some of the most memorable moments at the 2012 London Games, including the opening and closing ceremonies. This multi-use stadium, which has a maximum capacity of 80,000, opened in 2012, though it has already gone through a major transformation since then. The improvements include a permanent roof (the largest of its kind), innovative retractable seating, and additional food outlets.

Seating for the IAAF World Championship will be available in 4 different categories: A, B, C, and D, with A being the most desirable.


Our Reputation

“Unexpected upgrades were much appreciated.”

Roadtrips made our 4th Olympic games in London something really special. Unexpected upgrades were much appreciated. The Ritz, already our favorite London hotel, proved to be a magnificent Games platform. The customer-friendly Roadtrips staff, coupled with the impeccable service of the Hotel, made this an unforgettable experience. Where else could you watch a track & field final & then linger over dinner & dancing in the same evening at one of the world’s truly outstanding hotel restaurants? Worth every sixpence!

Ray Gildea

Summer Games

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