Important update to London Stadium walking routes

A signpost outside London Stadium

West Ham United would like to make supporters aware of a minor change to the walking route around Bridge 2 and Bridge 3 at London Stadium, which will be in effect from the FA Cup replay with Shrewsbury Town onwards.

To support the development of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park's new communities, areas of temporary hoarding will be in place next to Bridge 2, through Mandeville Place and up to Waterden Road, from mid-January 2018 to winter 2019.

All existing areas of the park will remain open during this time, but the walking route for supporters coming from Hackney Wick will be affected slightly, as illustrated in the map available by clicking here. Bridge 3 will now only be accessible from Marshgate Terrace.

For Club London supporters, who have previously been advised to enter the Stadium via Bridge 3, there will now be a dedicated hospitality lane on Bridge 2 to ensure a hassle free entrance.

In addition, from the fixture against Crystal Palace on 30 January 2018, the main entrance to the London Stadium from Westfield will be changing. 

The current temporary entrance opposite John Lewis will be closing, and a new permanent entrance will open opposite The Cow pub in Westfield Stratford City, going through International Quarter London and Endeavour Square.

Updated maps and signs will be put in place around the park, and Matchday Supporter Liaison Officers and London Stadium Stewards will be on hand to assist as supporters adjust to the changes.