O2 Arena


The O2 Arena was built between 2003 and 2007 underneath the famous Millenium Dome, created in 2000 by the architect Richard Rogers. It’s the biggest dome in the world and one of the biggest covered arenas in Europe. 

This multipurpose fitness complex can host up to 23 000 visitors. During the 2012 Olympic Games, the arena was used to welcome gymnastic, basket and trampoline events. As impressive inside and outside, the arena seems to be a spaceship because of the 100 meters high 12 pillars which hold the glass fibre membrane.   



By public transportation: Subway, Bus, River Bus


- Jubilee line

Stop : North Greenwich

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Stop : North Greenwhich

- Line 108 : Stratford Bus Station - Lewisham Station

- Line 129 : Greenwich Town Centre - North Greenwich Station

- Line 132 : Station Geddes Place - North Greenwich

- Line 161 : Chislehurst War Memorial - North Greenwich Station

- Line 188 : Russell Square Station - North Greenwich Station  

- Line 422 : Bexleyheath Bus Garage - North Greenwich Station 

- Line 472 : Thamesmead Town Centre - North Greenwich Station  

- Line 486 : Friswell Place - North Greenwich Station

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Stop : North Greenwich

- Line RB1 - Stopping Service  : Westminster - North Greenwich

- Line RB1 X - Express Service : Westminster - North Greenwich

Click here to see the river bus network map


By car :

Road access : The O2 Arena is signposted from the M25, the A2, the A 20 and the M11.

Parking : Pre-booked car parking is available for all events at The O2 arena. It’s always best to pre book your parking just in case they’re full on the day. You can pre book until midnight before the event on O2 Arena website.

Warning : difficult traffic conditions on event days ; please anticipate your visit. 


Practical information

Adress : The​ O2, Peninsula Square, London, SE10 0DX, United Kingdom

Phone number : 0208 463 2000

Number of seats : 23 000

Our references

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