Since it opened in 1922, Wimbledon Tennis Club Centre Court has been the most prestigious venue of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in Wimbledon, Greater London, England. It was designed to host The Championships, Wimbledon, the oldest tennis tournament in the world and one of the four major annual Grand Slams. The Centre Court is the main site of the finals match, which has featured some of the greatest tennis stars of all time, including Rod Laver, Bjorn Borg, Billie Jean King, Andre Agassi, Chris Evert, Steffi Graf, Serena Williams, Pete Sampras, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic. The venue also hosted the tennis tournament in the 2012 London Olympics. The court features a retractable roof, added in 2009 to prevent long rain delays. It also has a Royal Box for use by the Royal Family and other VIPs. The Centre Court seats 14,979. To enjoy world-class tennis, purchase your Wimbledon Tennis Club Centre Court tickets at StubHub.
How can I reach the court by public transportation?
The 493 bus service, provided by NCP Challenger, connects Wimbledon Station and Southfields Station to the Museum, right outside Gate 4. You can also take the London Underground on the District line to Southfields Underground Station, which is a 15-minute walk to Gate 4 on Church Road.
Does the court have on-site parking?
Car parks 6 and 8 are located right next to the grounds along Church Road. Parking spaces are limited, so guests are encouraged to reserve spots ahead of time or take public transportation instead. Parking on the day of the match isn't guaranteed. A shuttle bus is available to transport you from the lots to gate 12.
Does Wimbledon Tennis Club Centre Court serve disabled visitors?
Handicapped parking spaces are available for Blue Badge holders. You can make your reservations ahead of time. Blue Badge drop-off points are located at Gate 13 on Somerset Road and Gate 4 on Church Road. Wheelchair-accessible seating at Centre Court is located at the south end through Gangway 101, the north end through Gangway 109 and at Level 5 via lifts in the southeast, northeast and northwest areas of the venue. For guests with hearing impairments, hearing loops are available. You can bring a service animal if you need one.
What eating options are available on the Wimbledon grounds?
If you're visiting exclusively for the Championships event, then you can find numerous food and beverage options. The Centre Court alone is home to The Long Bar, The Lawn Buffet, Strawberries and Cream, Sausage Grill, The Champagne Bar and a pizza place. Additional cafes, grills and kitchens are located throughout the Wimbledon grounds. If you're visiting at any other time of the year for a Wimbledon Tennis Club Centre Court event, then you can visit the Wingfield CafŽ, which features cakes, pastries, sandwiches, salads, drinks and seasonal selections.
Does Wimbledon Tennis Club Centre Court have premium seating?
The Centre Court features Skyview Suites, which provide luxury accommodations for 10 to 20 people at a time. Premium wines and four-course dining are provided if you rent a suite. Private tables are also located at the Rosewater Pavilion, The Lawn and The Players' Table.Back to Top
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