Wimbledon Championships Information
Ground Opening & Start Times Wimbledon
The Wimbledon Grounds open from 10.30am daily, and close at 11pm.
Play is scheduled to start on Centre Court at 1pm for the first 11 days, and 2pm for Finals' Weekend.
On No.1 Court, play will start at 1pm for all 13 days.
On all other courts play is scheduled to start at 11.30am for at least the first eight days and 11am for junior matches on the middle Saturday and during the second week.
Main draw matches start at 11.30am on Courts 2—19
Junior matches start at 11am from middle Saturday
All timings are provisional and may be changed at the discretion of the Referee
Access To The Wimbledon Grounds
In order to facilitate entry into the Grounds, debenture holders are encouraged to use Gate 4 on Church Road.
Debenture holders using Car Park 8 should, once parked, follow the signs within the Golf Course marked with arrows to:
Debenture Holders’ Entrance — Gate 4; exiting from the Golf Course boundary wall via the access gate which is opposite Gate 4 on Church Road. Debenture holders will still be able to use other public entrance gates to gain access to the Grounds.
Car Parking At Wimbledon
- Car Park 8 has an area especially reserved for debenture holders. Bookings via AA up to start of The Championships: 01256 493535
- Unreserved public parking in Car Parks 6 and 10 (subject to available capacity)
Wimbledon Sat-Nav post codes:
SW19 5AG and SW19 5AF
Do not use SW19 5AE
Wimbledon Centre Court Schedule
Play starts at 1pm until Finals weekend.
Play starts at 2pm on Final Saturday and Sunday.
Tickets are for the court specified on the date shown and entitle the holder to entrance to that court and not to viewing a particular match or round of matches.
Matches may be moved from one court to another at the discretion of the referee.
In the interests of safety and security, and in order to comply with licensing requirements, each Debenture Ticket can only be used to enter the Grounds once. Re-admission with aDebenture Ticket is only available with an appropriate pass-out (which is non-transferable) and Wimbledon Ticket holders cannot transfer a Wimbledon Debenture Ticket if such ticket has already been used to obtain entry to the Ground.
Centre Court Debenture Holder Facilities
Entrance to the facilities for Centre Court is gained by showing your ticket together with your debenture swing tag.
Centre Court facilities have their own cloakrooms and toilets.
Centre Court Debenture Holders have their own lounge which has been designed to be a place in which to eat, drink and relax in stylish surroundings.
The dress code for the lounges is smart casual. In particular, jeans, sports shorts (tailored shorts are acceptable for both ladies and gentlemen), collarless shirts and trainers are not acceptable. Gentlemen are not required to wear a jacket and/or tie. Please also refrain from smoking within the Debenture Holders' areas.
Entrance to the lounge areas is gained by showing your Centre Court ticket together with the appropriate lounge badge; please keep both ready.
Dining in the Wimbledon Debenture Holders' Lounge
The Centre Court lounge has a large restaurant and bar. Light refreshments are available in the Debenture Holders’ restaurant from 10:30am and lunch from 11:00am. We regret that it will not be possible to make advance reservations. (Reservations for the No. 1 Court lounge are possible on the last three days of The Championships.) Payment may be made by credit card, cheque with guarantee card or cash.
The lounge has been designed to accommodate only the relevant number of Debenture Holders with respect to each court. In order to avoid overcrowding and delays, your Debenture Holders' ticket and badge is therefore only valid for the lounge relating to your seat tickets.
THE ROOF TOP
Terrace bar on top of the Centre Court building
Sharing platters of seafood, tapas plates, gourmet sandwiches
Fine wines, Pimm’s and premium bottled beers
Restaurants and Bars for Debenture Holders
THE RENSHAW (subject to availability)
CENTRE & NO.1 COURT DEBENTURE HOLDERS
Reserved table for the day
Three course lunch and afternoon tea, a welcome glass of Pimm’s or champagne on arrival, wines with your meal and
a complimentary bar throughout the day
All inclusive price
Reservations can be made for a maximum of six persons per table
THE CHAMPIONS’ ROOM (subject to availability)
Reserved table for the day.
Four course luncheon, afternoon tea, a welcome glass of Pimm’s or champagne on arrival, specially selected wines with your meal and a complimentary bar throughout the day.
Reservations can be made for a maximum of six persons per table.
THE COURTSIDE (subject to availability)
Fine dining restaurant
Three course luncheon menu
Traditional Wimbledon afternoon tea
Reservations can be made for a maximum of six persons per table
The Courtside, The Champions’ Room and The Renshaw restaurants (subject to availability)
THE COURTSIDE BALCONY
Light bistro menu
No need to make a reservation
Light refreshments available from 10.30am
Lunch from 11.30am
Supper baskets from 6.30pm
Should the roof be closed to ensure play due to darkness this restaurant will remain open until play resumes
Bar provides a great selection of drinks
Deli sandwiches available from 11am until 2pm
Lunchtime Seafood station
Open until 10pm or 30 minutes after end of play on Centre
Court, whichever is earlier
How do I get tickets for Wimbledon?
We buy and sell official Wimbledon tickets, these are known as Wimbledon debenture tickets with lounge passes for the Centre and Number One Show Courts at Wimbledon. We can supply all days of the Wimbledon Championship including the Men’s Semi Final and Wimbledon Men’s Final tickets. We obtain Wimbledon Debenture tickets only or Wimbledon corporate hospitality packages with Debenture Seats.
Dates for Wimbledon tennis
The Championships 2016: Monday 27 June – Sunday 10 July
The Championships 2017: Monday 3 July – Sunday 16 July
Attendances routinely hit in excess of 450,000 people, not counting individuals who reside on ‘Murray Mound’.
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How much are Wimbledon Centre Court tickets?
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