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The All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club, or AELTC for short, is one of the most iconic sporting grounds in the world. The AELTC is based inside a small district within the larger capital of London and plays host to the most famous tennis tournament in the world, The Championships, Wimbledon.
The only Grand Slam tournament still played on grass, Wimbledon is a huge draw for the entire world, and indeed the tournament is considered as the premier hospitality invite.
Thanks to the international draw facilities on site are world-class, and with the additional revenue provided by the Debenture Ticket market, they are continually upgraded. The Centre and No.1 Court roofs are a direct result of this.
On tournament days, the grounds open at 10:30 am, but the play does not start until 1 pm on the show courts (except for 2 pm on the Gentlemen’s and Ladies’ Finals).
Hospitality packages to this spectacular venue offer some of the best experiences in the world. An invitation to any one of the facilities on offer is not likely to be turned down.
It is strongly urged that visitors arrive by public transport services where possible.
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.