London’s iconic indoor entertainment venue, The O2, will provide the perfect setting for the first-ever Star Sixes international football tournament in July 2017.
Nestled on the bank of the River Thames in the Greenwich Peninsula, The O2 has played host to some of the biggest entertainment and sporting events, including the NBA Global Games, the ATP World Tour and concerts from music superstars Beyoncé, Bon Jovi, the Rolling Stones and many, many more.
Originally built as the Millennium Dome, it re-opened as The O2 arena in June 2007. With a capacity of 20,000 there is always a guaranteed buzz and exciting atmosphere, and no matter where you are you will feel close to all the live action.
Surrounded by a wide variety of restaurants, bars and other activities, there is plenty to do at The O2 to complete your experience and ensure a great day out for all.
North Greenwich tube station, on the Jubilee Line in Zones 2 and 3, is right on The O2’s doorstep and can be reached from Central London in 20 minutes, or nearby Stratford with its Westfield shopping centre and Olympic Park in just 10 minutes. But there are plenty of other ways to get there, visit The O2 website to plan your route to Star Sixes this summer.