New uniforms for ball boys and umpires at Wimbledon 2022
By Ed C
Updated 1st July 2022
As Wimbledon 2022 nears the end of the first week, many fans have commented on the new uniforms being sported by the ball boys and girls, and umpires.
Official Outfitter of The Championships
Ralph Lauren has been the Official Outfitter in partnership with the AELTC for 17 years.
2022 marks the centenary of the most coveted Centre Court.
The newly styled outfits were created to mark the occasion. The outfits have been designed to meet the practical demands of a day on the court with the occasions focus on remaining smart at all times.
Practical stretch fabrics wick moisture and offer high levels of UV protection to the wearer.
The brand has also focussed on sustainability, with innovative fabrics made from 100% recycled materials.
Ball boys and Girls
The ball boys and girls are wearing wide striped polo shirts in navy blue and white, Navy polo caps, and navy and white shorts.
Line umpires also have new outfits for 2022.Navy cardigans include a green and white striped detail.
The outfits also use recycled smart fabrics that provide superior cooling and moisture management properties.
White trousers and shoes complete the look.
Secure your place at the 2023 Championships now
We currently have Wimbledon Debenture Tickets available to buy for Centre Court and No.1 Court, for every day of the 2023 Championships.
To get the ball rolling:
Green & Purple client benefits: Travel pass for travel to and from Wimbledon, Assistance with dining reservations in Debenture restaurants, Specialist team on hand to discuss queries or advice.
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