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2nd To 15th July 2018

The All England Lawn Tennis Club, Church Road, Wimbledon, London SW19 5AE, United Kingdom

The annual extravaganza at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club is not just a sporting occurrence. Started in 1879, Wimbledon or The Championship as it is called is the oldest and unarguably the most prestigious tennis tournament in the world. The only tennis major still played on grass, Wimbledon, is associated with a long list of traditions including the “white dress code” for players and a notable absence of sponsor advertising on the courts. Whether you are a casual follower of the game or a diehard fan, if there’s one tennis tournament that you have to see in your life then make sure you get to London’s SW19 in June-end / July-beginning.

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The Public Ballot provides both UK and international residents an opportunity to apply for tickets to the championships. It is not possible to request tickets for specific days or courts, as the day and court offered are chosen randomly by a computerized selection process.

Dates for The AELTC Public Ballot for 2017 are as follows:

  • UK Residents: October 13, 2016 to December 15, 2016 (last date for requesting a form).
  • International Residents: Online forms will be available from November 1, 2016 to December 15, 2016. All tickets applied for online must be collected on the day of play; no tickets will be posted. For more information you should refer to the official website page for international ballot applicants.

*** The 2017 Ballot is now closed.

  • You can purchase tickets at the venue through The Queue. There is ONE QUEUE for the on-day sale of tickets at the Gate 3 turnstiles.
  • A limited number of tickets are available at the venue for the day’s matches while the tournament is on. This facility is available only from Round-1 through Quarter Finals. There are no tickets for sale at the turnstiles for the Semi Finals and the Finals.
  • On your arrival at the end of The Queue you will be issued with a Queue Card. This card is dated and numbered to show your position in The Queue. It must be retained and will be checked on entry to the Grounds. These are non-transferable.
  • Your position in The Queue cannot be reserved by the placing of equipment — you must be present in person and hold a valid, numbered and dated Queue Card. Queue Cards are issued one per individual and are strictly non transferable.
  • At approximately 7:30 am Stewards will issue wristbands to those towards the front of The Queue who are queuing for tickets for the Show Courts. The number of wristbands issued exactly matches the quantity of tickets available for each court on that day.
  • Wristbands, marked by court and with a detachable 'court' tally, will be offered to queuers according to the number of Show Court tickets available. On reaching the entrance kiosk, the tally must be detached and handed to the cashier who will issue one ticket for the court on the tally.
  • The turnstiles accept cash only
  • Left Luggage facilities are available. It is requested not to deposit bags bigger than 60cm x 45cm x 25cm.
  • The Stewards have the authority to withdraw your Queue Card and therefore refuse entry to the Grounds. The Code of Conduct for the Queue has to be followed. 

Ticket Resale Kiosk

  • Subject to availability, returned Show Court tickets can be purchased daily not before 3:00 pm, from the Ticket Resale kiosk north of Court 18 near the top of St Mary’s Walk. Visitors who are unable to visit the Ticket Resale kiosk due to its location should speak to any Honorary Steward.
  • Centre Court tickets are priced at GBP 10.00, with other Show Court tickets available for GBP 5.00.

Grounds Admission:

  • Grounds Admission passes allow access to unreserved seating and standing on Courts 3-19.
  • The Grounds are open from 10.30 am daily until one hour after the close of play or 11.00 pm, whichever is earlier. Play is scheduled to begin on the outside courts at 11.30 am, apart from the Junior matches from Middle Saturday at 11.00 am. 


Wimbledon 2016 Grounds Admission Prices:

On Day Sales 

Price

Monday 27 June – 4 July 2016

GBP 25.00     

Tuesday 5 July – Thursday 7 July 2016

GBP 20.00

Friday 8 July – Saturday 9 July 2016

GBP 15.00

Sunday 10 July 2016

GBP 8.00

 

Other Methods:

Tickets are also allocated to Schools Tennis, British Tennis Membership, overseas tennis federations/associations for distribution to their affiliated clubs. Refer here for details.

 

Debenture tickets:

  • 2,500 Debenture seats on Centre Court and 1,000 on No.1 Court are available. For each debenture held debenture holders receive one seat in the Centre Court stand for every day of The Championships or one seat in the No.1 Court stand for the first 10 days of The Championships.
  • Tickets allocated to debenture holders are the only Championships tickets that are freely transferable and can be sold on the open market.

 

VIP:

  • Private Hospitality Marquees: Private marquees are located in the exclusive marquee village to the south of the All England Club grounds. Marquees accommodate a minimum of 34 people and the hospitality package includes 24 Centre and 10 No.1 Court tickets, a three-course buffet lunch and afternoon tea, plus programmes and parking. A minimum three-day package, however occasionally one and two-day packages are available.
  • For further details and availability, contact Jill Thompson on 020 8971 2321 or jtho@aeltc.com.
  • The last four days on Centre Court are not sold at the turnstiles.
  • Court No. 3 tickets are available via Ticketmaster online sales, not at the turnstiles. 
  • All prices for Centre, No.1 and No.2 Courts include admission to the Grounds. All prices are inclusive of VAT.
  • Smoking is prohibited within the stands of Centre, No.1, No.2 and No.3 Courts and on Courts 12 and 18.

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Recommended Localities: 

  • The venue is located in the West part of the city 4.8 Km from the city center. 
  • SW19 is a 30-45 minute ride from central London. As such, a bed-and-breakfast in the quaint town of Wimbledon itself is often the preferred option. Nearest tube station is Southfields, the stadium is a brisk 15-minute walk (and actually a 30-minute walk from the Wimbledon tube station).
  • Accommodation may become difficult to find closer to the tournament in which case the option may be to compromise on proximity of accommodation and adjust to a longer commute

 You can find a wide range of accommodation options in the following areas: 

  • Knightsbridge (approx. 9.5 Km from venue)
  • Wimbledon (approx. 2.3 Km from venue)
  • Notting Hill (approx. 11.6 Km from venue)
  • Paddington (approx. 12.1 Km from venue)
  • Victoria London (approx. 10.2 Km from venue)
  • Tooting (approx. 5.0 Km from venue)

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Guide for Wimbledon

The All England Lawn Tennis Club, Church Road, Wimbledon, London SW19 5AE, United Kingdom

Mode of Travel

Travelling from

Total Distance:

You can reach venue through following ways.

Bus

Getting to the venue from Heathrow International Airport 

  • From Heathrow Central Bus Station, take the X26 bus towards West Croydon till Cromwell Road Bus Station.
  • From Cromwell Road Bus Station, take the 57 bus towards Clapham Park to Francis Grove (SW19).
  • From Francis Grove, take the 493 bus to Somerset Road / Welford Place. The venue is 10 minutes walk from there.
  • Oyster is a plastic smartcard which can hold pay as you go credit, Travelcards and Bus & Tram season tickets. You can use an Oyster card to travel on bus, Tube, tram, DLR, London Overground and most National Rail services in London.
  • Refer here for route planner.
  • Refer to the official London Bus website for more details.

 

Shuttle

Getting to the venue from Heathrow International Airport

Train

Getting to the venue from Heathrow International Airport

  • Heathrow Express is a non-stop train service connecting Heathrow International Airport  to London Paddington.
  • Heathrow Express departs every 15 minutes and the journey takes about 25 minutes.
  • Heathrow Connect is the stopping service to London Paddington that links the airport with local stations in west London.
  • At Paddington, transfer to the District Line for Wimbledon.
  • Refer here for rail and tube map.
  • Oyster is a plastic smartcard which can hold pay as you go credit, Travelcards and Bus & Tram season tickets. You can use an Oyster card to travel on bus, Tube, tram, DLR, London Overground and most National Rail services in London.
  • If you want have time to pre-book, try the Visitor Oyster Card.
  • Day Travelcards are paper tickets which allow you to travel as much as you like, as often as you like for a day in the zones selected.
  • Refer here for schedules.
  • Refer here for fare information.

 

Getting to the venue from the city 

  • There is a regular train service from London (Waterloo) to Wimbledon Station.
  • In addition many other long distance trains call at Wimbledon from stations such as Portsmouth, Havant, Winchester, Southampton, Bournemouth, Poole, Basingstoke, Andover, Salisbury and Exeter. At Wimbledon Station board the connecting London General shuttle bus service direct to the grounds. Buses depart about every five minutes.
  • Oyster is a plastic smartcard which can hold pay as you go credit, Travelcards and Bus & Tram season tickets. You can use an Oyster card to travel on bus, Tube, tram, DLR, London Overground and most National Rail services in London.
  • Refer here for details.

 

Tram

Getting to the venue from the city

  • Trams run every 10-15 minutes from East Croydon station to Wimbledon station during the day on Monday to Saturday, and once every 30 minutes on Sundays and early mornings/evenings.
  • This service takes around 26 minutes.
  • Refer here for Tram Map.
  • Refer here for details.
tube

Getting to the venue from Heathrow International Airport

  • From the Heathrow Teminals, take the London Underground Piccadilly Line to Earl’s Court.
  • Transfer to the District Line for Wimbledon.
  • Refer here for tube map.
  • Oyster is a plastic smartcard which can hold pay as you go credit, Travelcards and Bus & Tram season tickets. You can use an Oyster card to travel on bus, Tube, tram, DLR, London Overground and most National Rail services in London.
  • If you want have time to pre-book, try the Visitor Oyster Card.
  • Day Travelcards are paper tickets which allow you to travel as much as you like, as often as you like for a day in the zones selected.
  • Refer here for schedules.
  • Refer here for fare information.

 

Getting to the venue from the city 

  • The Transport for London coordinates the operation of the London Underground which is also called the Tube.
  • Wimbledon on the District Line is close to the venue. Southfields is closer than Wimbledon station, and shuttle services are available from both stations to the venue.
  • Refer here for tube map.
  • Oyster is a plastic smartcard which can hold pay as you go credit, Travelcards and Bus & Tram season tickets. You can use an Oyster card to travel on bus, Tube, tram, DLR, London Overground and most National Rail services in London.
  • If you want have time to pre-book, try the Visitor Oyster Card.
  • Day Travelcards are paper tickets which allow you to travel as much as you like, as often as you like for a day in the zones selected.
  • Refer here for schedules.
  • Refer here for fare information.
Own Vehicle

Getting to the venue from Heathrow International Airport

  • Car hire desks are located in the terminal buildings.
  • Car rental agencies at the airport include:

 

Getting to the venue from the city 

  • The AELTC lies between SW19 5AG and SW19 5AF - please use either of these postcodes to locate the AELTC via Sat-Nav. Please follow the signposted routes appropriate to your car park.
  • For private/shared car hire:

 

Taxi

Getting to the venue from Heathrow International Airport

  • Iconic London black taxis stop at the taxi ranks outside all Heathrow terminals.
  • Private hire minicabs offer a fixed price to and from any UK destination from Heathrow. All private hire minicabs will need to be pre-booked online or by telephone and the drivers will meet you from your flight in the arrivals area.
  • To compare prices online, refer here, or book online:

 

Getting to the venue from the city

  • London's official taxis, black cabs can be hailed in the street or at designated ranks situated in prominent places, including many mainline rail, Tube and bus stations.
  • The minimum taxi fare is GBP 2.40 and taxi fares vary depending on distance and day and time of travel.
  • Additional charges apply when you take a black cab from Heathrow, book by telephone and on Christmas Day and New Year's Eve. Many black cabs accept payment by credit or debit card but check with the driver before the trip starts. Card payments attract additional charges upto a maximum charge of GBP 1.00 or 10% of the metered fare, whichever is higher. There is an extra charge of up to GBP 2.00 if the taxi is booked by phone or online. Please check when you book for other charges that may apply.
  • Taxi agencies with their contact numbers:
  • Taxi services operate from the taxi ranks at Southfields and Wimbledon stations.
  • Refer here for details about taxi fares.
Other

Refer to our London page for more details.

Venue Details ( The All England Lawn Tennis Club, )

Venue Map

Seating Capacity:

  • Center Court: 15,000
  • Court No. 1: 11,430
  • Court No. 2: 4,000

Surface: Grass

Event specific info

Food & Beverages:

  • Food is available at restaurants like The Wingfield Restaurant, The Baseline Diner, Lavazza Café and self-service restaurants, cafes and bars.
  • Gluten-free products are available in the Aorangi Food Court and Conservatory Kitchen on the No.1 Court, and Cafe Pergola situated near to Gate 5.
  • There are numerous drinking water fountains located around the Grounds.

 

Inside the Venue

Item

Allowed (Yes/No)

Comments

Alcohol

Yes

Alcohol may be brought into the Grounds but is limited to the equivalent of one bottle of wine or two 500ml cans of beer per person. The consumption of alcohol is permitted only in public bars and other authorised areas. Glass drinking vessels may not be used on the Show Courts; all drinks taken onto the Show Courts must be covered to avoid spillage.

Animals (Service Animals)

Yes

Assistance dogs are allowed entry to the Grounds and the Show Courts; dogs should remain with their owner without blocking evacuation routes.

Bags

Yes

Any bag exceeding 16" x 12" x 12" (40cm x 30cm x 30cm) not allowed

Banners, Signs

Yes

Large flags (over 2’ x 2’), banners not allowed.

Binoculars / Camcorders

Yes

For non-commercial use

Cameras (Still Photography)

Yes

For non-commercial use

Chairs

No

 

Commercial Signs/Merchandise

No

 

Containers

(bottles, ice boxes, Aerosol)

Yes

NO HARD-SIDED ITEMS (e.g. picnic hampers, thermos flasks, coolboxes  not allowed)

Food/Baby Food

Yes

Visitors with special dietary requirements are advised that they should bring with them what they need to eat and drink throughout the day.

Noisemakers And Horns

No

 

Umbrellas

Yes

 

 

Other Amenities:

  • Restrooms
  • ATM’s - A bank is operated by HSBC to the north of Gate 3, where ATMs are located. Refer here for details.
  • Assistance – Refer here for details.
  • First Aid
  • Lockers: Overnight equipment – along with oversized bags, picnic hampers and other prohibited items can be left in the dedicated left luggage facilities. A GBP 5.00 charge will be made for the deposit of overnight equipment, GBP 4.00 of which is donated towards improving facilities in Wimbledon Park. Other items cost GBP 1.00 to deposit.
  • Shops

 

Activities:

  • Interviews and signing sessions with top players take place near the Aorangi Pavilion.
  • Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum Exhibition - POWERFUL POSTERS: TENNIS AND ADVERTISING, 1893-2015.
Venue Details

Venue Map

Seating Capacity:

  • Center Court: 15,000
  • Court No. 1: 11,430
  • Court No. 2: 4,000

Surface: Grass

Inside the Venue

Food & Beverages:

  • Food is available at restaurants like The Wingfield Restaurant, The Baseline Diner, The Diner, Pizza Base, Lavazza Café and self-service restaurants, cafes and bars.
  • Gluten-free products are available in the Aorangi Food Court and Conservatory Kitchen on the No.1 Court, and Cafe Pergola situated near to Gate 5.
  • There are numerous drinking water fountains located around the Grounds.

 

Inside the Venue

Item

Allowed (Yes/No)

Comments

Alcohol

Yes

Alcohol may be brought into the Grounds but is limited to the equivalent of one bottle of wine or two 500ml cans of beer per person. The consumption of alcohol is permitted only in public bars and other authorised areas. Glass drinking vessels may not be used on the Show Courts; all drinks taken onto the Show Courts must be covered to avoid spillage.

Animals (Service Animals)

Yes

Assistance dogs are allowed entry to the Grounds and the Show Courts; dogs should remain with their owner without blocking evacuation routes.

Bags

Yes

Any bag exceeding 16" x 12" x 12" (40cm x 30cm x 30cm) not allowed

Banners, Signs

Yes

Large flags (over 2’ x 2’), banners not allowed.

Binoculars / Camcorders

Yes

For non-commercial use

Cameras (Still Photography)

Yes

For non-commercial use

Chairs

No

 

Commercial Signs/Merchandise

No

 

Containers

(bottles, ice boxes, Aerosol)

Yes

NO HARD-SIDED ITEMS (e.g. picnic hampers, thermos flasks, coolboxes  not allowed)

Food/Baby Food

Yes

Visitors with special dietary requirements are advised that they should bring with them what they need to eat and drink throughout the day.

Noisemakers And Horns

No

 

Umbrellas

Yes

 

 

Other Amenities:

  • Restrooms
  • ATM’s - A bank is operated by HSBC to the north of Gate 3, where ATMs are located. Refer here for details.
  • Assistance – Refer here for details.
  • First Aid
  • Lockers: Overnight equipment – along with oversized bags, picnic hampers and other prohibited items can be left in the dedicated left luggage facilities. A GBP 5.00 charge will be made for the deposit of overnight equipment, GBP 4.00 of which is donated towards improving facilities in Wimbledon Park. Other items cost GBP 1.00 to deposit.
  • Shops

 

Activities:

  • Interviews and signing sessions with top players take place near the Aorangi Pavilion.
  • Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum Exhibition - POWERFUL POSTERS: TENNIS AND ADVERTISING, 1893-2015.

Match Begins at:

 Date

Centre Court

Court No. 1

Outside Courts/Main Draw Matches

Monday 3 July - Friday 15 July 2017

1:00 pm

1:00 pm           

11:30 (Outside Courts)

Saturday 8 July 2017

1:00 pm

1:00 pm           

11:00 (Outside – Courts Juniors) 11:30 (Outside Courts – Main Draw Matches)

Sunday 9 July 2016

No Play

 

 

Monday 10 July – 15 July 2017

1:00 pm

1:00 pm           

11:00 (Outside  Courts – Juniors)

11:30 (Outside Courts – Main Draw Matches)

Saturday 15 July 2017

2:00 pm

1:00 pm           

11:00 (Outside Courts – Juniors)

 

 

 

Rounds:

DATE

ROUND/COMPETITION

3 July 2017

Men’s/Women’s Singles 1st Round

4 July 2017

Men’s/Women’s Singles 1st Round

5 July 2017

Men’s/Women’s Singles 2nd Round

Men’s/Women’s Doubles 1st Round

6 July 2017

Men’s/Women’s Singles 2nd Round

Men’s/Women’s Doubles 1st Round

7 July 2017

Men’s/Women’s Singles 3rd Round

Men’s/Women’s Doubles 2nd Round

8 July 2017

Men’s/Women’s Singles 3rd Round

Men’s/Women’s Doubles 2nd Round

10 July 2017

Men’s/Women’s Singles 4th Round

Men’s/Women’s Doubles 3rd Round

Mixed Doubles 1st Round

11 July 2017

Women’s Singles Quarterfinals

Men’s/Women’s Doubles Quarterfinals

Mixed Doubles 2nd Round

12 July 2017

Men’s Singles Quarterfinals

Women’s Doubles Semi Finals

Mixed Doubles 2nd Round

13 July 2017

Women’s Singles Semi Finals

Men’s Doubles Semi Finals

Mixed Doubles 3rd Round

14 July 2017

Men’s Singles Semi Finals

Men’s Doubles Semi Finals

Mixed Doubles Quarterfinals

15 July 2017

Women’s Singles Finals

Men’s/Women’s Doubles Finals

Mixed Doubles Semi Finals

16 July 2017

Men’s Singles Finals

Mixed Doubles Finals

  • While London is generally pleasant during the months of June-July, the unpredictability of the English weather can add some uncalled for “excitement” to the viewing experience!
  • Rains and the Championship go hand in hand (there have only been a handful of years where there has not been any rain) and it is always recommended to carry an umbrella.
  • Heat waves during this period are also not unexpected, and viewers should dress appropriately.


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