There will be plenty of things to see and do in the fan village before all of the action starts inside the stadium.
Our title sponsor Müller will be encouraging spectators to get active and try out their Run, Jump, Throw & Push activities.
The SPAR Sports club will also be open giving spectators the opportunity to compare themselves against the best athletes with their High Jump challenge.
There will be plenty of prizes to be won on The Ticket Factory Wheel of Fortune game.
Test your speed and coordination in our highly addictive Reaction Zone.
Join us at the autograph zone where you can meet some athletes and even grab a selfie!
You will also be able to get your face painted by our fabulous face painters or have a bib printed with your name, just like the athletes competing.
And of course, don’t miss our lovable mascot Brit Bear who will be around the stadium getting up to his usual mischief!
The AllStars Collective will be returning to the London Stadium for the 2019 Müller Anniversary Games following their appearance at last years Athletics World Cup.
The Collective brings together forty of the world’s top session musicians who play on some of the best-known recordings. Whatever your taste in music, you already own albums featuring the AllStars’ musicians. The artists have previously worked with Stevie Wonder, Prince, Amy Winehouse, Mariah Carey and Paul McCartney to name a few!
Catch The AllStars Collective in the South Stand at the London Stadium on the 20th & 21st July.
Watch the stars of the future as athletes from the top London Athletics Clubs compete on the iconic London Stadium track.
Athletes from the U13 – U20 age groups will return to the stadium on Sunday 21st July to compete in the 4 x 100 metre relays. The boys and girls teams from each age group will be competing to take back to their clubs the £250 prize.
BBC Women’s Couch to 5K
Why not get involved yourself! British Athletics, working in partnership with the BBC, will be hosting a Couch to 5k run on Sunday 21st July.
The free to enter event will start in the iconic London Stadium before taking you around the beautiful Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Be ready for a sprint finish as you follow in the footsteps of athletics legends when you re- enter the stadium and cross the finish line.
Once you have finished your run and claimed your event t-shirt you can put your feet up and watch the current athletics stars as they compete in the Müller Anniversary Games.
Entries are now closed for this event.
Sunday 21st July will also see more than twenty of Britain’s biggest athletics stars of the past, come out of retirement for one day only, to compete in a Legends Relay event.
The 4x100m Legends Relay will see eight teams of four people, race against each other in a fun event, as part of the pre-show entertainment so make sure you are in your seats early to see it!
The line-up will feature medal-winning athletes from four decades, including; 1984 Olympic javelin champion Tessa Sanderson CBE, 2008 Olympic and former double world 400m champion Christine Ohuruogu and 2004 Olympic sprint relay gold medalist Mark Lewis-Francis.