The All England Club
Home Of The Prestigious Wimbledon Championships
The All England Lawn, Tennis and Croquet Club, more commonly referred to as the All England Club, is a private members’ club located in Wimbledon, South West London. This prestigious club attains its popularity primarily due to holding the Wimbledon Championships – the only Grand Slam tennis event on the grass.
Wimbledon is the most anticipated event in the tennis calendar, and guests travel from all across the world to witness this fantastic sporting event. It is the event that has it all; Pimms, strawberries and cream all coupled with exceptional sporting talent!
As the fourth-largest tennis stadium globally, the club features eighteen tournament grass courts, eight American clay courts, two acrylic courts and five indoor courts. Additionally, 22 Aorangi Park grass courts serve as the competitors’ practice courts before and during the Wimbledon Championships. The most significant court is the Centre Court, which hosts the finals of the central singles and doubles events at Wimbledon and the 2012 summer Olympics tennis events.
Every year, the All England Club opens its famous gates for 13-days of tantalising and exhilarating tennis action, as the world’s finest players compete for the most coveted prize in the sport. The Wimbledon Championships is an event not to be missed!
Guests at the All England Club are treated to an unrivalled atmosphere at the prestigious venue. Wimbledon Tickets and Corporate Hospitality Packages are always premium, including the very best arrangement for our special guests, with guests also treated to Debenture Tickets and great Wimbledon hospitality.
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Other show courts at the All England Club is the No.1 Court and No.2 Court. The former was built in 1997 and holds an estimated 11,500 people and has also been known to host Davis Cup matches. The newer No.2 Court with a 4,000 seating capacity was first used for the 2009 Wimbledon Championships.
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