Vitality Hockey Women's World Cup 2018
One of BBC Sports unmissable events of 2018, the Vitality Hockey Women's World Cup comes to London from 21 July - 5 August.
The England Team, including Rio's Olympic gold medal heroes, will be among the world's best as they descend to play in what will be the biggest sporting event in the UK this summer.
The stakes couldn't be higher as the 16 best teams in the world strive to become world champions. International hockey is a brilliant spectacle offering end-to-end action shoot-outs, and high drama.
There's something for everyone, with world-class sport, entertainment, music, food and drink and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park at your fingertips - this is too big to miss!
Perfect family day out
On top of the world-class sport on the pitch, the Vitality Hockey Women's World Cup is a brilliant day out for the family, with activities for all ages in the Fan Centre, the event's spectator village.
With a big screen viewing area, mini-hockey games for kids and a variety of other attractions, it's a must visit for anyone heading to the event, and is also open to the public so come along!
Get your tickets
Tickets are on sale now, your world cup experience starts from just £1 for U18s and £10 for adults.
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The Spectator Village on Hopkins Field will be free for all to attend. Tickets are required to enter Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre
Please note, no food or drink can be brought into Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre. Only food or drink purchased at the venue can be consumed within the venue
Please ensure you arrive in plenty of time to pass through the venue’s enhanced security checks
Ticket terms and conditions apply
Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre is a 20 minute walk, or short bus journey from Stratford and Stratford International Station. These stations are served by London Underground, DLR, National Rail, and Overground services.
No car parking will be available at the venue.
Several bus routes connect Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre with Stratford and Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. 308, W15, N26 all stop outside and 97,339, 388 and N205 all run through Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and stop nearby.
There are cycle routes connecting Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre to local residential areas and cycle routes through Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and Lee Valley Park
Make sure you don't miss out on this amazing world class competition! Get your tickets and find out more below.