Qualifying begins: 26 June
The Draw: 30 June
Pre-event Press Conferences: 1 & 2 July
Order of Play: 2 July
Championships begin: 3 July
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About the Ballot
The Public Ballot, introduced in 1924, has always been substantially oversubscribed. Entry does not automatically entitle applicants to tickets for Wimbledon, but to a place in the draw for tickets. It is not possible to request tickets for specific days or courts, as the day and court offered are chosen randomly by a computerised selection process.
The AELTC Public Ballot for 2018
UK and Wheelchair users - To hear more about 2018 Ballot dates and details on applying for your tickets to The Championships 2018, join MyWimbledon at wimbledon.com/register.
Ballot Do’s and Don’ts
We believe that every applicant should have an equal chance in the Public Ballot, which is why we have put together the following list of ‘do’s and don’ts’ on how to complete your application.
- Please submit only your own s.a.e and complete only one application form: do not apply on behalf of third parties.
- Do only submit one application per household. This means that a husband and wife, partners or families may NOT apply individually from the same address. Such applications will be invalid.-
- Do apply only from your permanent residential address where you are registered on the Electoral Roll. Don’t apply from a student/temporary address or your holiday home or your business address.
- For the UK and Wheelchair ballot applications, do use only BLACK ink and write in BLOCK CAPITALS. Using any other colour ink will void your form.
- Do fill in the form and agree to the conditions yourself. Don’t apply on behalf of a friend or relative or allow anyone to complete the form for you: you will invalidate the application. The application may be signed by someone other than the applicant provided that person has (and provides a copy with the application) a formal power of attorney.
- Do inform us in writing if you change your name or address after you have submitted your form. Don’t complete another application from your new address.
- Don’t ask for more than one form or attempt to apply more than once: we will void your applications.
- Don’t apply for tickets as a present or gift or to sell: you must use the tickets yourself.
- Don’t cross out, make amendments to your form or write any instructions or requests on the form. Any spoiled form will be void. (applicable to UK and Wheelchair forms only).
- It may be a criminal offence to use false particulars in applying for tickets.
- Anyone submitting multiple applications or more than one application per household may have any offer of tickets withdrawn.
- Tickets must not be sold, transferred or advertised for sale or transfer whether on the internet, in newspapers or elsewhere. Any tickets advertised for sale or transfer will be void.
- Subject to AELTC’s policies, anyone found to be in breach of these rules may not be eligible to apply for or receive tickets distributed under the Conditions of Sale
When we receive your completed form we will enter your details for tickets for Centre, No.1, No.2 or No.3 Court for The Championships 2017.
The AELTC cannot be held responsible for the non-receipt of your form and any inconvenience resulting from this. The Public Ballot is a lottery so there is no guarantee that your application will be successful.
If you wish to enter the ballot for wheelchair spaces on Centre, No.1, No.2 and No.3 Courts, please ensure that you request a Wheelchair Ballot form by writing ‘WHEELCHAIR’ clearly on both the outer and your return envelopes.
Seats allocated via the main ballot cannot accommodate wheelchairs.
If you have entered the main ballot, but subsequently become a wheelchair user, please contact the Ticket Office without delay.
The LTA (Lawn Tennis Association) operate a series of ballots for Wimbledon tickets. To find out more, please visit the LTA website ballot pages.
Please do not use the feedback form on the CONTACT page for ticket queries.
The Ticket Office is open for all ticketing queries, including the Public Ballot. Normal opening hours for the Ticket Office are Monday to Friday from 9am – 5pm (excl. UK Bank Holidays):
Tel: 020 8971 2473 (UK); +44 20 8971 2473 (Overseas)
Fax: 020 8971 2528 (UK); +44 20 8971 2528 (Overseas)
If you are calling with an enquiry about the ballot for wheelchair spaces, please specify this when you call and you will be transferred to the relevant member of the Ticket Office team.
Please note: The Ticket Office is available for all ticket and ballot enquiries but is NOT a Box Office. We do not sell or reserve tickets over the phone.