Wimbledon, the most sought after ticket of the great British summer of sporting events.

Each year only a small percentage of those that apply for Wimbledon seats are lucky enough to obtain them and enjoy this prestigious Grand Slam tennis championship first hand.

If you wish to attend the Wimbledon Tennis Championships, you have the following options for obtaining tickets.



These are the only Wimbledon tickets that can be freely transferred.

Debenture seats at Wimbledon offer some of the best view in the house and can be purchased for Centre and Court Number One.



The majority of Centre, No.1 and No.2 Court tickets are sold in advance via a public ballot and to enter the draw for the ballot for The Championships, Wimbledon 2015, applicants must complete an application form in December 2014.

Entry into the ballot does not automatically entitle applicants to tickets for Wimbledon but a place in the draw for tickets.



Wimbledon is one of the few major UK sporting events where you can buy tickets on the day - although the queues can be quite long!

Nearly 500 tickets each day for Centre Court (except for the last four days), Court 1 and Court 2 are reserved for sale at the turnstiles. There are also up to 6,000 ground tickets available each day which allow access to all other courts.