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The Wimbledon Championships is the oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament in the world, and every year it attracts thousands of visitors from all over the world.

If you are planning to attend the Wimbledon Championships 2024 as an overseas visitor, then you are in for a treat. Here is our ultimate guide to help you plan your visit to one of the most iconic sporting events.

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What are the Championship dates?

The 2024 Wimbledon Tennis Championships will run from Monday, July 1, 2024 to Sunday, July 14, 2024.

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See the 2024 Championships Schedule of Play

Where are the Championships held?

The Tournament takes place at:

All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC), Church Road, Wimbledon, London, SW19 5AE.

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How do I get to the Wimbledon Championships?

How do I get a ticket as an overseas visitor?

Overseas Tennis Federations and Associations

The All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) allocates some tickets to overseas tennis federations and associations, for distribution to their affiliated clubs. Clubs then allocate these tickets to their members, often with a lottery system. This may be a route for overseas club members to get Wimbledon tickets.

The Overseas Public Ticket Ballot

The Wimbledon Championships ticket allocation process has changed. The overseas ballot system has been merged with the UK Public Ballot which is now held online.

The Ballot is a lottery, in that you cannot ask for tickets to a specific court on a specific day, or even indicate a preference. If you win the ballot, you are offered one or two tickets (as required) for a full day on Centre Court, No.1 Court, No.2 Court or No.3 Court. You could end up sitting anywhere from No.3 Court on the first Monday, to Gentlemen’s Singles Final tickets on Centre Court.

The entry deadline for the Ballot for the 2024 Championships has already passed: it closed in late 2023.

Be sure to check the Wimbledon website at the start of November this year to apply for the 2024 Ballot.

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How does the Wimbledon Championships public ballot work?

The Queue

A certain quantity of tickets will be available to be purchased on the day through the famous Wimbledon Queue.

If you don't manage to get tickets to the Wimbledon Tennis Tournament through the Public Ballot, you could try joining the famous Wimbledon Queue. If you are prepared to start queuing early enough, this is one of the cheapest ways to get a Show Court seat at the Championships.

The queue is open to UK and overseas visitors.

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The complete Wimbledon ticket queue & camping guide

Debenture tickets

Wimbledon debenture tickets are the most sought after seats on Centre Court or No.1 Court. debenture seats on Centre Court are located in the middle ring - in line with the Royal Box.

Debenture tickets also allow the holder to access the exclusive bars, restaurants and lounges - offering the finest cuisine at the Tournament.

Debenture tickets are the the only legally transferable Wimbledon tickets. debenture holders often sell their unwanted tickets to private buyers. either directly or through brokers.

Although local laws prohibit residents of some countries from owning a Wimbledon debenture (including the United States, Canada, Australia, Japan and South Africa), residents of these countries can buy debenture tickets.

What is the dress code?

Visitors to The Championships are actively encouraged to wear smart casual clothing.

Debenture ticket holders, in particular, should ensure they are wearing smart casual clothing to access debenture holder seats and exclusive lounges.

The rules are slightly different for those attending the Royal Box, who must wear more formal clothes, including a jacket and a tie to enter the Royal enclosures.

But while debenture ticket holders are advised to wear smart casual attire, the AELTC’s official dress code guidance states that debenture ticket holders are not required to wear a jacket and tie.

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What is the Wimbledon dress code?

Food and drink

The Wimbledon Championships are more than a celebration of tennis. The Tournament has also become a celebration of the food and drink that are synonymous with the occasion. From fine dining to strawberries and cream, the Championships continue to serve up the most delicious food and drink year after year.

See also:

A comprehensive guide to the food and drink options at the Wimbledon Tournament

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