Lee Valley Athletics Centre, London

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#231 of 315 in Fun & Games in London
The Lee Valley Athletics Centre is located at the Lee Valley Leisure Complex formerly known as Picketts Lock in Edmonton, London Borough of Enfield. The centre cost £15m to build, and was officially opened on 16 January 2007 by Minister for the Olympics, Tessa Jowell. The centre is owned and managed by the Lee Valley Regional Park Authority (LVRPA)

The centre is the largest indoor and outdoor athletics facility serving London and South East England. Housing the only indoor 200 metre six lane track in the South of England, it also comprises a 130-metre sprint straight, permanent seating for 500 spectators both inside and out, full jumps and throws capacity, and cutting-edge sports science and physiotherapy suites. The site is open to the general public as well as elite athletes. On 11 September 2014, the centre hosted the Invictus Games.
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  • For a lover of athletics lee valley represents something very important, the ista covered, the outdoor track, the facilities included and of course the staff  more »
  • My daughter applied to compete in the London Indoor Athletics U/17 meet held at this venue. I must admit that I was truly impressed with the facilities and the service provided. Here an athlete will.....  more »
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  • I was at a sports event organized on the stadium. The tribune is not very large, but it is well covered if is raining. In the building it is a café and a clean bathroom. Also parking is generous. Overall, I liked it.
  • A really good place for athletics events. Good location and plenty of free parking. The 'cafeteria' is a bit make shift, could do with making into a proper area to purchase food, plus more variety required. Coffee shop is fine.

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