Disused since 2001, the early 20th-century Eton Manor Sports Club, located in the very north of the Olympic Park, has been reinvigorated and given a new lease of life thanks to the Games. Although the only event it will host during London 2012 is the Wheelchair Tennis during the Paralympics, the venue has been equipped with temporary training pools for participants in the Aquatics disciplines. The 5,000 show court will be at the centre of the Wheelchair Tennis events, and there will be a further 5,000 seats around eight other competition courts and four warm-up courts. An on-site war memorial dedicated to Eton Manor Club members who fought and died in the First and Second World Wars  was removed during construction of the Olympic venue, but it will return once the work is complete - plus will stay as a centrepiece after the Games. Redevelopment following London 2012 will see the arrival of two hockey pitches (with seating for up to 15,000 spectators), five-a-side football pitches and a tennis centre with four indoor and six outdoor courts. The faculty will be owned, funded and run by the Lee Valley Regional Park Authority, who are also taking over the VeloPark which will be constructed alongside the existing BMX Track.