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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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Information for disabled visitors with mobility impairments READ MORE

The AELTC endeavours to provide a high standard of accessible facilities for visitors and spectators with a disability, including those using a wheelchair.

If you have any comments or suggestions for further improvement, please write to the Chief Executive, AELTC, Church Road, Wimbledon, London SW19 5AE.

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Disabled visitors with mobility impairment

Disabled visitors with mobility impairments who intend to buy tickets on the day of play are advised to telephone the Ticket Office (020 8971 2473) for further details on queueing and car parking arrangements.

For further ticket information (not ticket sales), or if you have limited mobility and would like further information concerning provision for our wheelchair users and ambulant disabled customers, please call the Ticket Office on 020 8971 2473.

Arriving by car

Blue badge holders may be dropped off / picked up near Gate 13 in Somerset Road; otherwise, no stopping or parking is permitted in any of the roads around the All England Club during The Championships. Offending vehicles will be removed.

Subject to availability, pre-paid 'Disabled' car parking may be available for Blue Badge holders (Call AA - +44 (0)1256 492110 to make your booking. Further information and a provisional reservation form can be found at

Accessibility Shuttle

There is an accessibility shuttle available from Southfields Station for those who might experience difficult in walking to the Grounds.  This will drop off at the entrance to the Queue on request, and for the Grounds the drop off and collection point is in Car Park 8 opposite Gate 4. 

Viewing areas for Wheelchair users

Centre Court

There are reserved spaces for wheelchair users (ticket holders only) on Centre Court at the south end via Gangway 101, at the north end via Gangway 109 between Gangway 206 & 207 and at Level 5 via lifts at the south-east, north-east and north-west of the stadium.

No.1 Court 

There are reserved spaces for wheelchair users (ticket holders only) on No.1 Court on Level 2 (East, Gangways 8 & 12 and West, Gangways 26 & 30), both areas accessible via the SW Hall or the Aorangi Pavilion forecourt.

No.2 Court

There are reserved spaces for wheelchair users (ticket holders only) on No.2 Court on the south side via Gangways 8 and 9.

No.3 Court

There are reserved spaces for wheelchair users on No.3 Court on the west side via Gangway 10.

Court 12

There is an unreserved viewing area set aside in front of the west stand of Court 12.

Court 18

There is limited unreserved space for wheelchair users on the east side of Court 18. Access is via St Mary’s Walk and the central entrance to the court level stand.

Courts 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 14, 15, 16 & 17

There is limited unreserved space for wheelchair users on the west side of these courts.

Large Screen & Aorangi Terrace

The main grass level of the Aorangi Terrace, from which the Large Screen may be viewed, has ramped access and a reserved area.


Appropriate toilet accommodation, using a Radar key available from entrance gates and Information Kiosks, is located: 

- Near the SW Hall of Centre Court via a ramp from the South Concourse;

- North of Centre Court via the North Concourse;

- Level 5 of Centre Court near Wheelchair areas;

- Level 2 Halls at each corner of No.1 Court;

- Level 3 Halls at each corner of No.1 Court;

- South and east of No.2 Court;

- West side of No.3 Court;

- North of Court 18 under the main stand;

- If you require a Radar Key please ask the Security Officer on entry to the Grounds.

A Changing Places toilet is located the north of Court 18 under the main stand. This offers a height-adjustable adult-sized changing bench, a tracking hoist system, adequate space for a disabled person and up to two carers, and a screen to allow for privacy. 

Electric scooters and folding wheelchairs

- A limited number of parking spaces for small electric scooters (pavement vehicles only) is available inside the Grounds. The scooters must not be left unattended except in designated areas; a uniformed security guard will advise a suitable parking location.

- Folding wheelchairs may be left in a designated space at Gate 4 if arranged with a Steward or a uniformed Security Officer.

Other Easy Access considerations

Assistance dogs

Assistance dogs are allowed entry to the Grounds and the Show Courts; dogs should remain with their owner without blocking evacuation routes. There are no 'spending areas' inside the Grounds.  


It is recommended that users of wheelchairs, powered wheelchairs and scooters at The Championships are insured for third party damage to people and property.


If you require assistance at any time please ask a uniformed Security Officer, a Steward or any member of the All England Club’s staff.


In order to meet local authority safety requirements and to ensure the effectiveness of any emergency evacuation, wheelchair users may ONLY occupy designated wheelchair areas and must remain in their wheelchairs.

Evacuation procedures

Please note that, in order to ensure the effectiveness of any emergency evacuation, the All England Club regrets that spectators using wheelchairs are only permitted access to designated areas within the stands.

Wheelchair Ticket Ballot

There are reserved spaces for wheelchair users on the Centre, No.1 and No.2 Courts and No.3 Court at The Championships. A leaflet explaining how to enter the ballot for these spaces is available from either of the Gate 3 or Centre Court (south-west) Information Desks during The Championships. Please apply early to avoid postal delays in December.


Each year Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People ( provides advice on accessibility and conducts a survey within the Grounds.  If you are approached we would appreciate your participation if you are willing.

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