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Saturday, 2 July 2016 13:00 PM BST
Details announced for Middle Sunday at The Championships 2016
The All England Club today confirmed the arrangements for Middle Sunday as follows: READ MORE

London, UK:  The arrangements for Middle Sunday at The Championships 2016 are as follows:

Tickets

  • 22,000 tickets for sale from 3.00pm online only via Ticketmaster on a first come, first-served basis. From past experience, we anticipate that these tickets will sell out very quickly. 
  • Maximum of two tickets per household.
  • No on-day ticket sales, so do not travel if you do not have a ticket. There is no Queue to purchase tickets at Wimbledon.
  • Centre Court:  10,000 unreserved tickets on sale £70.00 each.
  • No.1 Court:  8,000 unreserved tickets on sale at £40.00 each.
  • Grounds Passes: 4,000 tickets allowing access to Courts 2-19 on sale at £20.00 each.
  • Spectators advised to arrive early, expect delays for security. Avoid bringing bags where possible.
  • Gates 3, 7 and 12 in operation for the public.
  • Cancellation of Play due to Rain policy applies as usual.
  • Tickets for any other day of The Championships are not valid.
  • No pass outs permitted.
  • No Ticket Re-sales operation.

Entrance/Play

  • Gates open from 8.45am.
  • Play is scheduled to start at 11.30am on all courts (incl. Centre and No.1 Courts).
  • Early arrival is strongly advised.

Transport/Travel

  • Spectators strongly urged to use public transport and to use Southfields Underground and Wimbledon Mainline station. 
  • The tube will be operating a usual Championships service. Trains are running a Sunday service but fast trains are stopping at Wimbledon.
  • There will be limited public car parking in Car Parks 6 & 10.
  • There will be no Park & Ride service.
  • Limited Bus Shuttle available from Wimbledon Mainline Station.

Richard Lewis, Chief Executive of the All England Club, commented: “This has been a difficult decision, but one we had to take to reduce the backlog of matches and in the interests of completing The Championships on time.  And as with other Middle Sundays I am sure there will be a great atmosphere.”