Qualifying begins: 20 June
The Draw: 24 June
Pre-event Press Conferences: 25 & 26 June
Order of Play: 26 June
Championships begin: 27 June
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The Championships are held at The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club located at: The All England Lawn Tennis Club, Church Road, Wimbledon, London SW19 5AE.
Please use SW19 5AG and SW19 5AF to locate the AELTC via Sat-Nav
All visitors are strongly advised to use public transport services wherever possible. The Transport for London Journey Planner offers a comprehensive journey planner for travelling around London by train, tube, tram and bus.
We recommend using public transport to reach us.
London Underground – Southfields, then 15 minute walk or 493 bus.
National Rail – Wimbledon, then 493 bus.
Please note: London buses do not take cash. Please ensure you have the appropriate travel card, oyster card or contactless payment method if you wish to travel by bus. Please visit the TFL website for further information.
There is no service on the District Line between Earl's Court and Wimbledon on Saturday 28, Sunday 29 and Bank Holiday Monday 30 May. If you are travelling from central London, please take the National Rail train from Waterloo to Wimbledon, then the 493 bus.
Please allow extra time for your journey.
Travel by car
Please use postcodes SW19 5AG and SW19 5AF in your sat-nav.
There is limited car parking available close to the Museum between August and May. There is no car parking onsite (except for blue badge holders) from 1 May to 31 July.
Take the westbound District Line. The closest tube stations are Southfields (15 minutes) and Wimbledon (20 minutes). At Wimbledon Station, board the connecting London General shuttle bus service direct to The Championships or, alternatively, you can walk or take a taxi.
There is a regular train service from London (Waterloo) to Wimbledon Station. In addition many other long distance trains call at Wimbledon from stations such as Portsmouth, Havant, Winchester, Southampton, Bournemouth, Poole, Basingstoke, Andover, Salisbury and Exeter. At Wimbledon Station board the connecting London General shuttle bus service direct to the grounds. Buses depart about every five minutes.
To view accessibility information for Wimbledon Station, click here to visit disabledgo.com.
Trams run every 5 minutes from East Croydon station to Wimbledon (see below) station during the day on Monday to Saturday, and once every 7/8 minutes on Sundays and early mornings/evenings.
This service takes around 26 minutes. Visit tfl.gov.uk for more information.
Buses (Championships only)
London General operates a shuttle bus service direct to The Championships from Wimbledon Station. The service runs all day until late evening. This is not a free service. There will be a mobility service from Southfields Station.
Following consultation with visitors and in support of our aim of reducing traffic congestion along Wimbledon Park Road to create a more pleasant arrival experience at The Championships, the shuttle bus service from Southfields has been suspended on a trial basis.
The move replicates the walking experience at the London Olympics which proved so popular. Walking times are approximately as follows:
- 5 minutes to the entrance to Wimbledon Park where the Queue is located.
- 15 minutes to the Grounds (Gate 1).
London General also operates a bus service 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 or visit londongeneral.co.uk.
Taxis (Championships only)
Travelling by Car
The AELTC lies between SW19 5AG and SW19 5AF - please use either of these postcodes to locate the AELTC via Sat-Nav.
Please follow the signposted routes appropriate to your car park. Telephone before you go - call AA Roadwatch on 0906 888 4322 for the latest reports on traffic hold-ups and roadworks.
Local Traffic Arrangements
No stopping or parking is permitted in any of the roads around the All England Club during The Championships. Offending vehicles will be removed.
Every effort is made to keep traffic moving in the vicinity of the All England Club.One-way and no stopping systems and other vehicle restrictions will be in operation.
Please observe the signs and follow police directions at all times. Please note that there is a charge for all parking in designated car parks.
Car Parking (Championships only
Car parks are numbers 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 and 10 in the central area.
Assured parking can be booked through theaa.com/wimbledon.
Car park entrances & opening times
Car Park 3 entrance in Somerset Road 8:00am
Car Park 4 entrance in Somerset Road includes motorcycle parking 8:00am
Car Park 5 entrance in Church Road 6.30am
Car Park 6 entrance in Church Road includes free bicycle parking 6.00am
Car Park 8 entrance in Church Road 6.30am
Car Park 10 entrance in Wimbledon Park Road (unreserved) 6.30am
Car Park 10 is operated by the London Borough of Merton
Pay on the day parking is available for motorcycles in Car Park 4 at a charge of £10.
No setting down or picking up will be permitted in Marryat Road and parking will be prohibited on Wimbledon Common.
It is the responsibility of coach operators to advise their passengers of the picking up point, which is inside Car Park 4 next to the Coach Park.
No charge will be made after 4.30pm; prior to this time normal parking charges will apply (£50).
Park and Ride (Championships only)
A Park and Ride scheme is available (6.30am-11.00pm) at Morden Park, accessed from the A3 at Tolworth and via the A240 and A24. The charge, for the public, is £15.00 per car and £20.00 for minibuses.