September Sports at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

The IAAF World Championships may have just finished, but there are still lots of exciting events taking place at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park over the next month. With Kip being just two stops away from the park it makes the perfect base for when you want to come and watch or participate in your favourite sporting event.

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Parallel London

Parallel London

Parallel London is the world’s first fully inclusive mass participation event. Parallel London is a fully accessible fun run and free family festival at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on Sunday, 3 September 2017.

There’s a 10km, 5km, 1km, 100m and the Super Sensory 1km.

All ages and abilities. No cut off times. Everybody running side by side.


For more information check out Parallel London’s website


When: Sunday Sept 3rd, start times vary depending on the race

Where: Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London E20 2ST

Dave Creasy 6

Dave Creasy 6


The 7th edition of the Dave Creasy Six will take place on Saturday 9th & Sunday 10th September 2017. For the third time, the event will visit both of London’s iconic Olympic velodromes, Lee Valley VeloPark (London 2012) on Saturday night and the historic Herne Hill Velodrome (London 1948) on Sunday, with several categories running over both days.


The event honours the memory of Herne Hill stalwart and popular coach Dave Creasy. Dave loved the Ghent Six’s, hence the theme of this event, which is organized by VC Londres, the club he helped establish.


This is a packed weekend of racing with a real party atmosphere and is a big hit with spectators. What’s more, entry for spectators is just £2 on the door which covers both days! You can expect food, drink, a cheesy ‘90s soundtrack, an excitable MC, and of course excellent racing entertainment. It all makes for an authentic weekend, Belgie style.


For more information visit


When: Saturday 9th & Sunday 10th September

Where: Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London E20 2ST


West Ham vs Huddersfield Town

West Ham vs Huddersfield

Huddersfield Town’s promotion to the Premier League provided one of English football’s fairy tales of last season, ending with a dramatic victory on penalties over Reading in the play-off final at Wembley. An unknown quantity in the top flight, it’ll be a step into the unknown for Slaven Bilic’s men when they arrive at London Stadium on Monday, September 11th.


The first match back at London Stadium after a bustling summer of events, West Ham will face Huddersfield town in front of the Sky cameras on the evening of Monday 11 September.


For more information visit West Ham United’s website


When: Monday 11th September, 8pm

Where: London Stadium, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London E20 2ST


Titans Trophy Basketball

titans basketball

Limestar Promotions are proud to present the Titans Trophy 2017 on 22nd September at 7 pm


For the first time Copper Box Arena, a venue used for the 2012 Summer Olympics, will host a friendly basketball match between two Basketball Titans – Kaunas Zalgiris (Lithuania) and Torun Twarde Pierniki (Poland).


Limestar Promotions, the event organizers, invite all basketball fans to enjoy this unforgettable experience! A chance to witness this high-profile basketball game plus exciting entertainment from the stunning Kaunas Zalgiris Cheerleaders and Baltic Stars Basketball Academy.


For more info and tickets click here


When: Tuesday 22nd, 7pm

Where: The Copperbox Arena, Copper Street, London E20 3HB


West Ham Vs Swansea

swansea vs west ham


Swansea City’s first visit to London Stadium came late in the season, and the Swans left empty handed thanks to a Cheikhou Kouyate wonder-strike.


This time the sides meet early into the campaign, the final fixture before the season’s second international break.


For more information visit West Ham United’s website


When: Saturday 30th September, 3pm

Where:  London Stadium, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London E20 2ST


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