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The Queen’s Club is one of the oldest sports venues in the country, if not the world. It was established almost 140 years ago in 1886. It is also well known to be one of the oldest multi-purpose sports complexes in the world, with sports such as lawn tennis, Tennis, Rackets and squash.

The club has hosted a number of tennis’ most famous championships, including the Cinch Championships (formerly Queen’s Club Championships) which has been competed at the club since 1890.

Cinch has been the title sponsor of the Queen’s Club Championships since 2021. Previous title sponsors include Stella Artois (1979 – 2008), Aegon (2009 – 2018), Fever-Tree (2019 – 2020).

A number of the best players from the history of tennis have played at The Queen’s Club over the years. Such players include John McEnroe (United States), Jimmy Connors (United States), Boris Becker (Germany), Pete Sampras (United States), Lleyton Hewitt (Australia), Rafael Nadal (Spanish) and Andy Murray (Great Britain).

The very first winner of the Queen’s Club Championship at the Queen’s Club was Britain’s Harry Barlow, who went on to win the following year (1891). All winners were from Great Britain until 1905 when American golf player Holcombe Ward was declared the winner.

The latest winner in 2022 was Italian golf player Matteo Berrettini, who had also won the previous year in 2020.

There is no better way to experience the enthralling action at the Cinch Championships at The Queen’s Club in 2023 than with an Eventmasters Cinch Championships Hospitality Package.

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Queen’s Club Hospitality Packages

Experience the renowned cinch Championships with our Queen’s Club hospitality packages. The perfect opportunity to entertain guests & clients in the summer!

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Eventmasters are delighted to offer a total of 6 VIP Hospitality Packages, which are: Love Fifteen, Roof Garden, Club Lounge, The President’s Room, The Real Tennis Dedans and The Real Tennis Museum. Our packages offer a multi-course meal, complimentary bar facilities, private tables and an exclusive space for you to enjoy the action.

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The History of Queen’s Club

The Queen’s Club has a long and illustrious history. The Club was established all the way back on 19th August 1886 by Evan Charteris, becoming one of the very first multi-purpose sports complexes in the world and it has only thrived in the intervening years.

The club was named after the then-British Monarch, Queen Victoria who was also its first patron. The lawn tennis courts at the Queen’s Club are amongst the oldest in the country with the first courts opening on 19th May 1887 with the first sporting event being held there a few months later in July 1887 between Oxford and Cambridge.

From its opening, a plethora of sports was played at the club. This included: real tennis, the Eton Fives, rackets, lawn tennis, football, rugby and also athletics. Cricket was also played there as well.

Perhaps the most significant tennis tournament hosted at The Queen’s Club is the Queen’s Club Championships (known as the Cinch Championships for sponsorship reasons). The tournament was originally known officially as the ‘London Athletic Club Open Tournament’, first established in 1881 and originally hosted at Stamford Bridge.

By 1885, the Championships were hosted at the London Athletic Club, before finally finding its current home at The Queen’s Club in 1890. The first winner of the Championships after it moved to the club was Harry S. Barlow, who went on to win it again the following year. All winners were British until American golfer Holcombe Ward won the Queen’s Club Championships in 1905.

The most successful tennis player of all time in the history of the Queen’s Club Championships is Great Britain’s Andy Murray, who won the tournament five times between 2009 and 2016.

The most recent winner is Italy’s Matteo Berrettini, who beat Serbia’s Filip Krajinovic in the 2022 final. This was Berrettini’s second successive win in the Queen’s Club Championships, having won it the year prior in 2021.

Facilities at The Queen’s Club:

The world-famous and historic Queen’s Club has many facilities available on-site. This includes a health & fitness gym, an indoor tennis centre, outdoor tennis courts, squash courts as well as a studio.


London is filled to the brim with attractions and iconic tourist destinations, and there are various attractions for you to take in and enjoy in close proximity to The Queen’s Club. Many of these attractions are historic and examples of such attractions include:

Kensington Gardens

For the nature lovers out there, the Kensington Gardens is a destination for you. It is located only four miles away from The Queen’s Club, and it is home to fantastic views, as well as the Albert Memorial, the Italian Gardens and the Serpentine Galleries amongst others.

Buckingham Palace

One of if not the most iconic British tourist attractions are on the doorstep of The Queen’s Club, and is less than 4 miles away. It is of course home to the Royal Family and it is certainly worth a visit should you wish to do so.

Palace of Westminster

The Palace of Westminster, the home of the Commons and the House of Lords, is yet another iconic landmark in London. Westminster is less than five miles away and it also offers official tours if you want to find out more about the historic site.

The British Museum

The historic local attraction is The British Museum, which is located not much more than 5 miles away from The Queen’s Club. There are many iconic historical artefacts there, including Egyptian mummies and various items from the Sutton Hoo ship burial from the 7th Century.

Local Hotels

There are a number of hotels located near The Queen’s Club in London. They are The W14 Kensington (0.3 miles away), St. Paul’s Hotel (0.5 miles away), the K+K Hotel George (0.8 miles away), the Park Grand London Kensington (1 mile away), The Biltmore Mayfair (3.1 miles away) and the Hampton by Hilton London Waterloo (4.6 miles away).

Visiting the Queen’s Club

Please use of map provided by Google for directions to the Queen’s Club.

How do I get to the Queen’s Club by car?

You will first need to head towards Corporation Street. Continue on Corporation Street and at the roundabout, take the fourth exit onto the Aston Express Way, before taking the A38 slip road on the right hand side towards the A38 (M)/M6/M42/M40/Coventry/Wolverhampton/Airport. Keep right to remain on the Aston Express Way/A38.

Keep right and continue on the A38(M), before following signs for Sutton/Coldfield/Coventry/Wolverhampton/M6/M5/M4. Once you get to junction 6, use the two left hand side lanes to merge onto the M6, heading towards London/M1/M42/M40. Keep on the M6 before eventually merging onto the M1. Head towards the M25 exit at junction 6A towards M40/M4/Heathrow Airport.

At junction 15 on the M25, merge onto the M4 and head towards Heathrow Airport. You will then need to continue onto the Great West Road/A4. Stay on this road (A4) and once you get to the Hogarth Roundabout, take the 1st exit onto  the Great West Road Chiswick/A4. Continue on the Great West Road (keep right), before turning right onto North End Road/B317.

Then, turn right onto Star Road before continuing onto Greyhound Road. The Queen’s Club will be located on Palliser Road (W14 9EQ).

How do I get to the Queen’s Club by train/tube?

There are numerous tube and train stations in close proximity to The Queen’s Club. The closest London Underground tube station is Baron’s Court which is located just 100 metres away from the club. The next closes tube station is West Kensington, which is located less than 1 mile away, as is the Hammersmith (District & Piccadilly) Tube Station.

In terms of train stations, West Brompton is the closest and is less than a mile (approximately 0.8) from The Queen’s Club, as is the Kensington (Olympia) Train Station. These train stations both have underground stations next to them, so these are also both less than a mile away from the venue itself.

How do I get to the Queen’s Club by bus?

There are a number of bus lines to The Queen’s Club. They are: the 28 (Wandsworth, Harrow Road, Elgin Avenue), the N28 (Wandsworth – Camden Town), the 306 (Fulham, Sands End, Acton Vale), the N11 (Ealing Broadway), N33 (Hammersmith), the N72 (Roehampton, Bessborough Road), the N97 (Trafalgar Square), the 190 (West Brompton), the 211 (Waterloo), the 220 (Willesden Junction), the 295 (Clapham Junction), the 74 (Putney, High Street), the N74 (Baker Street Station), the 430 (South Kensington) & the 424 (Fulham, Craven Cottage).

The nearest bus stops to The Queen’s Club are the West Kensington (S) and the Fulham Pools (BE).

The Queen’s Club FAQs

For the majority of the areas at The Queen’s Club, it is recommended that you wear smart casual clothing, but you are NOT allowed ripped jeans or trainers. When in the President’s Room, you are recommended to wear smart clothing. Men should wear suits (with ties) or blazers (with ties) and ladies should wear a day dress or a trouser suit.

Unfortunately, there is no parking available at The Queen’s Club. It is recommended that you use public transport to watch the tournament at the venue instead.

There are a number of accessible toilets on offer around the venue. There are some located near the North Standard, at the South Pavilion and next to the South Premium Stand at Centre Court. Love Fifteen is accessible via the lift, the roof garden and the club lounge are fully accessible via a lift as well. The President’s Room is also accessible on the second floor via a lift.

There is step-free access at Earls Court Station and the Hammersmith Station. There is no disabled parking available at the venue itself.

Of course, depending on the hospitality package, the price will be different. Prices start at £415+VAT, which is for the Love Fifteen hospitality package on Day One of the Queen’s Club Championships (cinch Championships).

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