Renowned as the Olympic stadium, the London stadium locates Marshgate Lane in the Lower Lea Valley at Stratford, London, England. For the host of the 2012 Summer Olympics, the football stadium was constructed to serve as a home stadium. In order to forge a multi-purpose stadium, the football stadium experienced another renovation. In Mar. 2012, the football stadium host the first public sports event, with a capacity of 80,000 for the 2012 Olympic games and the Paralympics. In addition to its regular tenants, the football stadium has been used to host several Rugby World Cup matches and single one test game for the tri-series between England Rugby League and New Zealand Rugby League.
Some Detail Information on the Stadium
After the fundamental construction having been dug out and cleared, the construction project of the stadium was began three month early. Besides, it also could be used as places for large-scale concerts, cricket and baseball for the sake of re-locatable seats and oval shape.