Ticket offer for World Para Athletics Championship

World Para Athletics Championships London 2017
We invested a £40 million repayable loan into the transformation of the former Olympic Stadium so that our residents get to benefit from the legacy of the 2012 Games.

Following on from our free ticket offer for the borough’s schools to see the World Para Athletics Championships at the London Stadium this summer, Mayor Sir Robin Wales has secured  further discounted tickets exclusively for all residents.
The exclusive offer means Newham residents can buy tickets for the first weekend of the championship (14-16 July), for as little as £3 for adults and £1 for under-16s. That's a massive saving of up to £42 per adult.
The offer is part of the community benefits from the council’s investment in the London Stadium and in the World Para Athletics Championships this summer.
The World Para Athletics Championships will take place at the London Stadium from 14-23 July.

Residents have until Thursday 13 July to secure these discounted Newham Weekender tickets.
To book tickets, visit and put in code NEWHAM2017

Available sessions

The discounted ticket offer is only available for selected sessions:

Friday 14 July evening session, 7-10.15pm

The opening night of the World Para Athletics Championships includes the return of Hannah Cockroft​ MBE to the scene where she won gold in the T34 100m at the London 2012 Paralympic Games.

Saturday 15 July morning session, 10am-1pm

David Brown, the world's fastest T11 athlete could be joined by Stef Reid and Marie Amelie Le Fur, who will continue their exciting rivalry in the T44 long jump.

Saturday 15 July evening session, 7-10.45pm

One of the stars of Para Athletics, Richard Whitehead MBE, competes in the T42 200m final.

Sunday 16 July morning session, 10am-1pm

Includes the hotly anticipated Men's F44 discus final, with home favourite Dan Greaves taking on his American counterparts David Blair and Jeremy Campbell.

Sunday 16 July evening session, 7-10.30pm

Multiple Paralympic gold medallist Jonnie Peacock takes to the stage in the T44 100m.
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