Centre Court Debenture Ticket Holders have access to a variety of exclusive restaurants – the most prestigious of which is ‘The Champions’ Room’. Competition for reservations is fierce, so how do you get a table?
The Champions’ Room is the most exclusive hospitality venue at the Tournament Championships.
At just over 2,500 square feet, this 100 cover restaurant offers prime views of courts 14 and 15.
The fresh and elegant interior of the restaurant perfectly captures the spirit of the Tournament.
The restaurant is available for the exclusive use of Centre Court Debenture Ticket holders only.
A booking at The Champions’ Room offers a reserved table for the whole day.
There is a waiter-assisted four-course hot and cold lunch buffet, as well as afternoon tea and strawberries and cream.
You will be treated to a welcome glass of Pimm’s or Champagne on your arrival, wines with your meal and a complimentary bar throughout the day.
You can also order from The Champions’ Room’s exclusive seafood bar, which serves various excellent seafood dishes, including freshly smoked salmon, caviar and king prawns.
The cost of a whole day seat at the Champions’ room is approximately £250 (excluding gratuity). This is an all-inclusive price that includes:
- A seat for the whole day
- Four-course hot and cold lunch buffet
- Afternoon tea
- Strawberries and cream
- Champagne (Lanson White Label Brut NV) & Pimm’s reception
- Complimentary bar throughout the day (Beers, Wines, Spirits & Soft Drinks)
Making a reservation
A reservation at The Champions’ Room is one of the most sought after dinner reservations at the Wimbledon Championships.
To get into The Champions’ Room, you must be a Centre Court Wimbledon Debenture Ticket Holder. However, reservations must be made by the registered Debenture Holder, however. If you have bought a Wimbledon Debenture Ticket from a Wimbledon Debenture Holder, you will need to ask the holder to make the booking for you.
Reservations require a Debenture Holder’s Index Name You will need to provide this name on entry to the restaurant.
Reservations can be made for a maximum of 8 persons per table.
The reservations book usually opens in April.
Reservations should be made through the AELTC’s official caterers:
Note that the AELTC does not accept reservations by phone.
Where is the Champions’ Room?
The Champions’ Room restaurant is located at the Centre Court Debenture Lounge on Level 3.