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The Championships, Wimbledon, is the most prestigious tennis tournament in the world. Since the inception of the tournament in 1877 Wimbledon has grown from strength to strength, embodying its core principles of fairness, equality, and conduct, into a truly global centre of sporting excellence.
Held in late June and early July, the tournament is one of the big annual Grand Slam tennis events, alongside the Australian, French and U.S. Open. Wimbledon is the only one played on grass, which holds its own appeal and challenges to the players.
Wimbledon is held over 13 days and during that time a grand total of 675 matches are played with over half a million people attending over that time frame each year. Despite this entry to the show courts are exceptionally difficult to attain, with the only guaranteed entry being official Wimbledon Debenture Tickets or via official Corporate Hospitality packages.
The show courts themselves both have retractable roofs, whereas in the past matches would have been postponed, play can now continue with a short delay, this convenience is one of many modernizations that the AELTC has pioneered.
A trip to Wimbledon is a very special occasion, from Kentish strawberries and cream, to on the edge of your seat marathon plays from the best in the world of tennis, this is the one event that you will never want to miss.Skip to Hospitality Map
The Champions’ Room is an exclusive hospitality facility set within the Centre Court complex itself which focuses on providing an elegant and relaxed environment for fine dining.
The Courtside Restaurant is for the exclusive use of Centre Court Debenture holders and offers a delicious three-course lunch and traditional Wimbledon afternoon tea.
The Wingfield Restaurant is a wonderfully placed restaurant within the Centre Court building, on the 1st floor, that serves a 3-Course lunch with wines.
The Platinum Package is an exclusive hospitality package within the picturesque Hotel du Vin Cannizaro House that offers an exquisite three-course luncheon and VIP service.
While there is no dress code, most hospitality options available request clients dress on the smarter side of casual i.e. no jeans or trainers. Jackets and ties are not obligatory.
GPS users can get to The AELTC using the postcode SW19 5AE, then follow signs for parking. It is strongly urged that visitors arrive by public transport services where possible, the closest tube station is Southfields Station, a 10-15 minute walk.