THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED.
Head to The Copper Box Arena in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to see the world’s most prestigious skateboarding competition, Street League Skateboarding (SLS), as the countdown to the sport's historic debut at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics continues.
The Street League Skateboarding World Tour returns to London with it's much anticipated eleventh season finale World Championship, after the tour stops in the US and China.
Enjoy the opportunity to see some of the world’s best skaters battle it out for pride and prizes in a custom-built concrete skate plaza, designed to inspire innovative tricks and take skateboarding to new heights.
The competition features an exciting easy-to-follow format, anchored by instant scoring, resulting in down to the last trick “buzzer-beater” moments that appeal to both die-hard fans and new spectators.
This year, the stakes are higher than ever as a place on the podium at the 2020 World Championships gives the Skateboarders a straight shot into the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
What is Street League Skateboarding?
SLS began in 2010 and has taken street skateboarding from a collection of independent events to a celebrated global competition.
The live events are hosted in world-class arenas around the world on custom-built, one-of-a-kind, SLS-certified plazas.
The World Skate/SLS World Tour is now the most esteemed competition in professional street skateboarding and the series is sanctioned by World Skate, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) recognised skateboarding governing body.
This event has been postponed. Check back later for the new event date.
Venue Details & Map
Olympic ParkLondonE20 2ST