Do Children Need a Ticket for the Wimbledon Championships?

Children over 5 years of age require a ticket to access the Tournament. If you are taking kids to the Tournament there are a few rules to be aware of.

When is a ticket required?

Kids that are 5 years of age or more will need to show a valid ticket to enter the Grounds. Kids under 5 do not need a ticket but will not be able to occupy their own seat.

How much does a children’s ticket to Wimbledon cost?

Tickets for children over 5 years old are charged at full price. Wimbledon does not offer any discounted tickets for minors. Kids under 5 years old can enter the Grounds for free.

Are there any particular rules for children attending the Championships?

Yes. If you are talking children to the Championship’s there are a few rules you will need to be aware of:

  1. Children under 16 years of age must be supervised at all times by an adult, parent or guardian over the age of 18.
  2. Babies and children below 5 years of age are not permitted to access the Show Courts, which are: Centre Court. No. 1, No. 2 or No. 3 Courts, or Courts 12 and 18.

See also: Taking Children to Wimbledon? What You Need to Know