A good internet connection is a must at the Tournament. You will need an internet connection when you arrive at the grounds to access your tickets online. You may also want to track the scores the scores and live action Wimbledon channels as the day progresses.
What are the Wi-Fi internet connection options at the grounds?
Why do I need an internet connection at the Championships?
In 2021, the Wimbledon rolled out e-tickets. When entering the grounds, you will need to present your e-ticket stored in your myWimbledon app on your Android or IOS mobile phone.
You can also install the myWimbledon App on a PC device or tablet, but it must be capable of connecting to the internet to show your ticket on entering or re-entering the grounds. Wimbledon state that they will not accept an offline copy, screenshot or printed paper copy of your ticket. In the first year of e-tickets exceptions to this rule were made, but it is safer to assume that the rule will apply in 2022.
So you will need access to the internet when you arrive at the grounds.
The myWimbledon App
A good internet connection will greatly enhance your experience at the Championships. You may want to share those special moments as they happen with your family and friends
In addition to storing your e-ticket, the myWimbledon App lets you access a constant stream of online content, including:
- Live Scores
- Live and on Demand Video
- Maps of the Grounds
- Wimbledon Channel Radio
- Player information, stats and alerts
- News, scores and results
FREE Wi-Fi options at the grounds
FREE Wi-Fi access can be found at the following locations:
- The Centre Court Debenture Holders’ Lounge
- The Court No. 1 Debenture Holders’ Lounge
- Debenture bars and restaurants
In addition in 2021, All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) started trialling FREE Wi-Fi access at the following locations:
- Aorangi Terrace (The Hill)
- At the ticket resale area
- Along the east side of the Grounds
- Around the No.1 Court Food Village and Tea Lawn
- On the West side of Court 12
It is anticipated (but not yet confirmed) that additional Wi-Fi access points will be available at the 2022 Championships.
What about mobile data coverage and 5G?
All major mobile networks including Three, O2, EE and Vodaphone offer good indoor and outdoor coverage of Voice, 3G, 4G and 5G throughout the Grounds.
If you need further assistance
With good connectivity options throughout the Wimbledon Grounds, you should have no issues getting online at the Championships. If you have any questions about connectivity or using your e-ticket, you can contact Wimbledon’s customer service team on +44 (0)20 8944 1066.