The venue for tennis will be Wimbledon, known more properly as the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club.
The temporary Water Polo Arena is located next to the Olympic Stadium and sits alongside the Aquatics Centre in one of the most compact areas of the Olympic Park.
Earls Court is located in west London and hosts hundreds of events each year ranging from exhibitions and conferences to live music, but during the Olympics it will be transformed into a volleyball arena.
Hyde Park lies within London's West End, is the largest of London's Royal Parks and has been open to the public since 1637.
The shooting competition will take place on the site of the historic Royal Artillery Barracks in southeast London.
Sailing will take place in Weymouth and Portland, located along the southern coast of England about 140 miles southwest of London.
The temporary Riverbank Arena is located in the Olympic Park and will serve as the venue for hockey during the Games.
In the west of the Olympic Park, the Copper Box features mostly recycled copper cladding to give it a distinctive appearance that will develop a rich natural color as it ages.
Wembley Stadium will host the finals of the men's and women's soccer competitions.
St. James' Park, home of the soccer club Newcastle United, is the oldest and biggest soccer stadium in northeast England. It is the sixth-largest stadium in the UK.