The O2, Peninsula Square, London SE10 0DX
The nearest Underground station is North Greenwich. Tube station (Zone 2) on the Jubilee Line. Visit www.tfl.gov.uk for more travel information.
Please make your way to Entrance B in the main entrance foyer. There is a separate lane on the left hand side reserved for hospitality clients.
On-site purchases and last-minute sales collections can be made at the MATCH Hospitality Ticket Collection Office. This is located to the right of the main entrance of The O2.
MATCH Private Suite: Levels 2 and 3.
MATCH Business Seat: VIP Lounge on Ground Floor just after Main Entrance B
MATCH Lounge: Hospitality Lounge on Ground Floor all the way to the right from the Main Entrance B
Click here to view the 2019 Hospitality Sales Regulations document.
If you have a specific dietary requirement, e.g. gluten-free, vegetarian, nut allergy etc. please inform us at the time of booking (or by 25 October at the latest). All special requests need to be pre-ordered.
The O2 is a No-Smoking venue. There is a smoking area on Peninsula Square. Please note there is no re-admission permitted to The O2 arena for people who want to leave and smoke. Latecomers will not be admitted into The O2 arena until a break in play.
Customers are requested to advise of any special access requirements by contacting MATCH Hospitality at the time of booking so we can facilitate.
You must have a valid ticket to gain entry to the venue. Separating the ticket stub before entry automatically invalidates the ticket.
There is no re-admission once you exit The O2 arena.
Guests in the categories MATCH Private Suite and MATCH Business Seat can benefit from our concierge service available on the Suite level and in the Business Seat lounge.
We have parking spaces available for each session reserved for MATCH Private Suite customers (subject to availability). Please contact MATCH Hospitality to reserve a space.
There is a dedicated taxi rank operating outside North Greenwich station.
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