Wimbledon Hospitality 2018 Centre Court
Wimbledon Hospitality 2018 No.1 Court
Wimbledon Hospitality, corporate packages at the Lakeview Restaurant with fabulous views across to Centre Court provide an idyllic location in which to enjoy this World class tournament. The ultimate in style and luxury, a day's Wimbledon hospitality is the perfect way to entertain clients or guests.
*Prices shown are per person exclusive of VAT, where applicable.
Your superb Wimbledon hospitality includes:
- VIP Wimbledon Debenture Seats
- Exclusive access to the Debenture lounge
- Champagne & Pimms reception
- Superb Four Course Luncheon
- Complimentary bar throughout the day including Champagne
- Traditional Strawberries and Cream Afternoon Tea
Centre Court Seating Plan
Centre Court Seating Plan & Information
Capacity: 15,000 - only 2500 Debenture tickets
Key features of Debenture Tickets: Same level as Royal box; Retractable roof guaranteeing play, exclusive access to Centre Court member’s bars and restaurants. All Wimbledon Centre Court debenture seats are guaranteed in pairs, please call for other groupings. Debenture seats are located in the green area of the seating plan.
Centre Court is so called as it was the central court on the original site of the All England Lawn Tennis Club on Worple Road. The name was retained when the AELTC moved to its new and still current site of Church Road in 1922.
Since it opened in 1922 the capacity has been significantly increased by raising the roof by one metre in 1979, by further more substantial works in 1992 and most recently by adding six rows of seats to the upper tier on the east, north and west sides, giving a current capacity of 15,000.
At the south end is the Royal Box which has played host to many members of the Royal family and dignitaries. In 2009 Wimbledon Centre Court was fitted with a retractable roof to prevent the play being stopped due to heavy rain or when it became too hot. The roof takes 10 minutes to open/close and play is suspended for a short time while this is done. It means spectators don’t need to worry about the match being called off due to the English weather and they can continue to watch the match without worry. The famous show court usually hosts finals and semi-finals involving the higher profile players.
Number One Court Seating Plan
Number One Court Information
Constructed: Built in 1997 Wimbledon debenture seats are situated towards the front of the elevated stand, circling around the court. All debenture seats, shown in green, are the same price for the day purchased.