Wimbledon Information

Wimbledon is the world's oldest tennis tournament and one of the biggest events in the sporting calendar. It is the only one of the four Grand Slam Tournaments to be held on grass, is a prestigious social event with a unique British charm and offers excellent hospitality options in elegant surroundings.

The 2018 Championships will take place at the All England Lawn Tennis Club in Wimbledon during the first two weeks of July. Sporting Agenda can, subject to availability, supply debenture tickets and advise on hospitality options for every day's play.

Sporting Agenda has sold Wimbledon debenture tickets for more than a decade to clients from all over the world. Our high level of experience and professionalism will not only ensure competitive prices but also a first class personal service.

Debenture Tickets

Debenture tickets are the best tickets available on Centre Court and No. 1 Court. They are also the only tickets that can legally be transferred and sold and are issued on a 5-year basis from the All England Lawn Tennis Club.

Sporting Agenda owns debenture seats on both Centre Court and No. 1 Court and has well established relationships with many existing debenture holders from whom we buy on a yearly basis. As a debenture holder we receive debenture tickets for every day's play on both courts. 

Debenture tickets are sold in pairs but we do have access to odd numbers and larger groupings - we can quote for these on a request basis, but they do come at a small premium. The debenture seats are moved around year on year which means we don't know the exact location of the seats until the allocation is done approximately 4 weeks before the start of Wimbledon.

The debenture tickets are valid for the entire day and also provide access to the outside courts. Furthermore, you get access to the exclusive debenture holder's lounges which include a variety of superb bars and restaurants. There are also a few restaurants which can be pre-booked, these include the Champions Room, Courtside and Renshaw for Centre Court debenture holders and the Renshaw for No. 1 Court debenture holders.

Please note that prices and availability are subject to fluctuation.

Schedule of Play

Centre Court and No. 1 Court

Play starts from 11.30am on outside courts, 1pm on Centre and No.1 Courts

Men's and Ladies' singles: first 3 rounds

Men's and Ladies' doubles: first 2 rounds

Centre Court and No. 1 Court

Play starts from 11.30am on outside courts, 1.30pm on Centre and No.1 Courts

Men's and Ladies' singles: 4th rounds and later

Men's and Ladies' doubles: 3rd rounds and later

Second Monday

Men's Singles fourth round

Ladies' Singles fourth round

Second Tuesday

Ladies' Singles quarter-finals

Men's Doubles quarter-finals

Ladies' Doubles quarter-finals

Second Wednesday

Men's Singles quarter-finals

Ladies' Doubles semi-finals

Second Thursday

Ladies' Singles semi-finals

Men's Doubles semi-finals

Play starts from 1pm on Centre Court only

Second Friday

Men's Singles semi-finals

Men's Doubles semi-finals

Play starts from 2pm on Centre Court only

Second Saturday

Ladies' Singles final

Men's Doubles final

Ladies' Doubles final

Second Sunday

Men's Singles final

Mixed Doubles final

Seating Plan

Debentures are the best seats on Centre Court (apart from the Royal Box) and No. 1 Court. They are highlighted in purple in the seating plans below.

 

Delivery

The debentures tickets come out towards the end of May and early June and we will deliver your tickets 2 weeks prior to the day(s) you will be attending Wimbledon. Delivery can be made free of charge via Royal Mail Special Delivery in the UK to wherever you are staying, which is what we do with the majority of our bookings. We can also courier the debenture tickets abroad for which we charge at cost.

Please give us plenty of warning if you would like your tickets delivered overseas and leave time for the delivery to arrive before you set off. 

 

Travel Information

Wimbledon is well served by public transport; the London underground serves the Championships from 2 stations – Southfields (15 minutes walk) and Wimbledon (20 minutes walk). There are shuttle buses and taxis to and from Wimbledon station and just a taxi shuttle from Southfields.

The return taxi service runs from Gate 4 to Southfields station and the north and from gate 14 to Wimbledon station and the South.

A bus service is in operation direct from St Pancras, Euston, Baker Street, Marble Arch and Victoria to The Championships, departing every 30 minutes. For enquiries call - 0208 545 6100/6110 

A Park and Ride scheme is available for cars (6.30am-11pm) at Morden Park, accessed from the A3 at Tolworth and via the A240 and A24. The charge is £15 per car and £20 for minibuses.

The last public bus from the AELTC to the Park & Ride leaves from the terminal off Somerset Road at 10pm (unless there is late play on Centre Court, when it will be 10.40pm).

We can, subject to availability, sell debenture car park passes – these are £25 each – the debenture car park is opposite gate 4.