Copper Box Arena
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This sporting venue, home to the handball, modern pentathlon fencing and goalball events during the 2012 Olympic Games, can seat up to 7,500 spectators. The building, which was the first of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park venues to open to the public, gets its name from its arresting exterior appearance; the sustainable design is clad in copper, which will develop a rich colour as it ages. The Copperbox is equipped to host a range of sports including basketball, wheelchair basketball, handball, volleyball, netball, fencing, badminton and gymnastics. It is now home to a number of resident clubs including the London Lions Basketball Team (book tickets for their fixtures here). The venue is also open to the public who can use the gym facilities, take part in exercise classes, including yoga, pilates and box fit, and visit the café.
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
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