2019 NBA London Game – Where to Store Your Bags & Luggage Near the O2 Arena

2019 NBA London Game – Where to Store Your Bags & Luggage Near the O2 Arena

by George Mouratidis

After eight sold-out fixtures, regular season NBA London game returns to the iconic O2 Arena, as the Washington Wizards will take on the New York Knicks on January 17, 2019. Judging by the success of previous London fixtures, this year promises to be one of the best for the UK game series.

The History

The first regular-season NBA London game took place in March 2011. Since then, the New York Knicks have visited London twice, while the Washington Wizards will be making their UK-debut. Spectators will be expecting a thrilling encounter akin to last year when the Boston Celtics claimed victory after coming back from 22 points down against the Philadelphia 76ers.

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Here’s the full history of the regular season NBA London Games. All of them were held at the O2 Arena.

The NBA London Games add to a growing number of US sport events that have taken place in the United Kingdom over the last few years. The NFL has signed an agreement with Tottenham Hotspur to host at least two fixtures per year at their new stadium.

Luggage Storage at the 2019 NBA London Game

Visitors should be cautious about bringing their stuff into the O2 Arena, as their rules are pretty strict regarding luggage storage. There are no left luggage lockers or cloakrooms at the O2.

You can bring with you a small bag (up to 35x40x19cm) that can be tucked under your seat, but if you are carrying larger bags, you will be asked to store them in bag storage area by the car park that closes 30 minutes after the end of the event. Also, if they’re full, you might get turned away.

Store your bags ahead of the NBA London Game with Stasher

Generally, the O2 recommends that you don’t bring any bags at all. However, here at Stasher, we can offer you affordable and easy luggage storage around the O2 and all the major stations nearby.

You can get to the O2 by tube. The North Greenwich station is just outside the Arena and the Jubilee Line serves it in Zones 2 and 3. Below you can find a list with some of the major connection points from all over London where you can drop off your bag.

How to Get Tickets

Ticket prices vary widely in price: a spot in the upper stands will set you back a very reasonable £45, while courtside seats go for up to £1000. You can see a full price list and purchase your NBA London Game tickets here. Security checks are expected to be quite strict, so plan your visit accordingly. Visit londongame.nba for more information.

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