Wimbledon FAQs

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Play starts on the Outside Courts 2 hours before the Show Courts. If you have a ticket to a Show Court, you can also watch these earlier matches in the morning.Read more

Located in the heart of Wimbledon, the Championships are held annually at the All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC), Church Road, Wimbledon, London, SW19 5AE. With numerous travel options available...Read more

The All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) has now stopped issuing paper tickets to the Wimbledon Championships. From 2021, tennis fans attending the Tournament will be issued a mobile e-ticket...Read more

There are various rules in place to ensure the safety of spectators, players and staff at Wimbledon. We explain the conditions of entry to the Tournament Grounds.Read more

As a parent or guardian, there are a few things to be aware of before you take your kids to the Wimbledon Championships.Read more

The 2022 Wimbledon Tennis Championships start on Monday, June 27, 2022, and end Sunday, July 10, 2022. See our table of all the days' play.Read more

The 2023 Wimbledon Tennis Championships start on Monday, July 3, 2023, and end Sunday, July 16, 2023. See our table of all the days' play.Read more

There are various rules in place to ensure the safety of spectators, players and staff at Wimbledon. We explain the conditions of entry to the Tournament Grounds.Read more

The traditional day of rest at the Championships has now been scrapped. Why was this decision taken and what will be on the middle-Sunday schedule?Read more

Don't get caught out by Wimbledon's dress code. Here's how you should dress if you're attending the Championships with a Debenture Ticket.Read more

Wimbledon is one of few major sporting events that allows you to bring your own food and alcohol. There are, however , a number of things that are prohibited...Read more

Here's a quick checklist of everything you need to take with you to Wimbledon to enjoy an unforgettable day of tennis.Read more

The Grounds open at 10am and close 45 minutes after the end of the last match. If you are going to the Tournament, here's what else you need to know...Read more

The AELTC takes accessibility at Wimbledon seriously, providing essential facilities for anyone with a disability. Here's what you need to know...Read more

We list of the exclusive food and drink options available to Debenture Ticket Holders at The Championships, as well as what's on the menu.Read more

Official Centre Court & No. 1 Court Debenture Tickets to the Wimbledon 2023 Tennis Championships. The very best views of the action. Lowest prices.Read more

There are several ways that international tennis fans are able to purchase tickets for The Championships. Here's what you need to know:Read more

The Public Ballot is a lottery in which days and seats are allocated randomly. With a Wimbledon Debenture Ticket you may be able to choose a specific seat.Read more

Children over 5 years of age will need a ticket to enter the Grounds. If you are taking kids to the Tournament with you, here's what you need to know.Read more

We explain when you can and cannot give Tickets to the Wimbledon Tournament as a gift, and how you should go about it.Read more

Ticket prices range from £8 for a late Ground Pass, to upwards of £7,000 for a premium Centre Court seat at the Men's Finals. See the complete price list:Read more

The Royal Box on Centre Court is generally regarded as the best place to sit at The Championships. Unless you are a former champion, an Olympic Gold Medallist or, of course, a member of the Royal...Read more

Competition for tickets is fierce at every stage. If you are hoping to get tickets at the last minute, you may still be successful. Here are your options...Read more

Most Wimbledon Championship tickets cannot be resold or transferred. There are, exceptions to this rule, however. Can Wimbledon tennis tickets be resold? Most reserved seats to The Championships...Read more

Wimbledon Debenture Tickets are the only tickets to the Championships that are legally transferable. Here's what you need to know...Read more

If you are selling your Wimbledon Debenture Tickets, we can help. We are seeking to acquire Tickets for Centre Court and No.1 Court for the 2022 Championships.Read more

We look at how the pandemic affected Wimbledon in 2020 and 2021 and what is likely to happen in 2022. What happened in 2020 In 2020, of the four grand slams, Wimbledon was the only grand slam...Read more

A Wimbledon Debenture Ticket entitles the holder to a seat on either Centre Court or No.1 Court for a specific day at the Championships. The holder can also access the exclusive Debenture...Read more

A Wimbledon Debenture is a financial instrument (debt security) issued by The All England Lawn Tennis Ground plc "The Company". The Company is wholly owned by the All England Lawn Tennis...Read more

If you win the Ballot or join the queue, you could get into the Tournament for a few hundred pounds. So why do fans pay so much more for a Debenture Ticket?Read more

Debenture Tickets are the only tickets to the Championships that can be legally bought and sold. You can also swap your tickets on our online platform.Read more

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