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Information on The Championships Qualifying Competition. READ MORE

Tickets for The Championships Qualifying Competition will go on sale at 10am on Monday 4 June until Sunday 17 June. Tickets are priced at £10 each and will be for sale online only via Ticketmaster on a first come, first served basis.


Tickets will be strictly non-transferable. There will be no facility to purchase tickets via the AELTC Ticket Office or the LTA.

All proceeds (net of VAT) from ticket sales will be donated to the Wimbledon Foundation, the official charity of the All England Lawn Tennis Club and The Championships.

What is Qualifying?

The Qualifying Competition comprises Gentlemen’s and Ladies’ Singles competitions where players must win through three rounds to earn one of the 16 Championships’ Main Draw places for men or 12 Main Draw places for women.

There are also qualifying draws for Gentlemen’s and Ladies’ Doubles with four places available in the Main Draw of each event. All players receive ranking points and prize money, both of which increase with every match they win.

If a Main Draw player withdraws after the Qualifying Competition has started, his/her place in the Main Draw will be taken by a lucky loser – this is a player that lost in the final round of qualifying. These players are drawn by lot against other losers in this round.

Where does it take place?

The Bank of England Sports Centre, Bank Lane, off Priory Lane, Roehampton, London, SW15 5JQ

How do I follow it?

Live coverage of the main show court (Court 11) will be available via and the AELTC’s broadcast partners, including BBC in the UK and ESPN in the US. and the official apps also feature live point-by-point coverage and live updates from throughout the Qualifying Competition.

What about Children?

Children over 5 years of age are required to have their own ticket, which will be charged at the full price. A ticket is not required for those under 5.

All children under the age of 16 must attend the Qualifying Competition with an adult and be supervised appropriately.

Getting there

There are no public parking facilities for this event which takes place in a residential area where traffic patrols will be in operation.

Therefore it is strongly recommended that you do not drive to the venue.

From Central London

Mainline trains to Barnes from London (Waterloo) Station take approximately 20 minutes.

It is then a short taxi ride, or a 15 minute walk.

London Underground trains to Hammersmith Station (Piccadilly, District and Hammersmith & City Lines); then take 72 bus alighting near Barnes Station.

London Underground trains to East Putney Station and take the 337 bus alighting at Rosslyn Park.

Grounds Entry

The only public entry to the Grounds is by the entrance gate in Bank Lane (off Priory Lane). Gates will open at 9.30am and play is scheduled to start at 11.00am on all courts. Please be prepared for minor queues as there is only one entrance to the Grounds.

Having purchased tickets, you will need to print the tickets at home and bring them with you – or have them available to view on your mobile phone – together with a form of photographic identity (such as a driving licence or passport).

Staff will check and scan your tickets and search any bags you have brought with you (see below for details of restricted items).

Provisional Programme of Play

The following programme of play is a guide only and may change due to circumstances beyond the AELTC’s control.

Monday 25 June
Gentlemen's Singles First Round
Gentlemen's Doubles First Round

Tuesday 26 June
Gentlemen's Singles Second Round
Ladies' Singles First Round

Wednesday 27 June
Gentlemen's Singles Final Round
Gentlemen's Doubles Final Round
Ladies' Singles Second Round
Ladies' Doubles First Round

Thursday 28 June
Gentlemen's Singles Final Round
Ladies' Singles Final Round
Ladies' Doubles Final Round

Are the Grounds accessible?

The vast majority of the Grounds are accessible, but given the nature of the venue, there are very limited spaces on the main show court (Court 11). There will be a large screen within the Grounds broadcasting matches from this court for anyone unable to find a place on the seating stand.

Public Facilities

There is a range of food outlets at the Bank of England Sports Centre, with a restaurant, outdoor barbecue and refreshments’ outlet. Please note that these outlets will become quite busy at times and you may wish to bring your own food and drink supplies with you.

There is a Public Information tent where you may have any of your questions answered and collect a free map of the Grounds.

There is limited cover, so please do check the weather forecast before leaving home and prepare for all eventualities.

Restricted Items

The following items are prohibited from the Grounds (“Prohibited Items”):

- Any bag exceeding 40cm x 30cm x 30cm (16” x 12” x 12”);
- Hard-sided containers/items – such as picnic hampers/cool boxes and opaque liquid containers;
- Any item which may be interpreted as a potential weapon and/or compromise public safety, including sharp or pointed objects (e.g. knives, large corkscrews), ‘personal protection’ sprays and fireworks/flares;
- Large flags (over 60cm x 60cm (2’ x 2’)), banners, rattles, klaxons or oversized hats;
- Any objects or clothing bearing political statements or commercial identification intended for ‘ambush marketing’, including items or objects given away as part of a promotional or marketing campaign by the third parties near to the Grounds;
- Spray paints or other items which could in the opinion of the AELTC be used to sabotage or damage property; and ‘selfie sticks’ or equivalents.

Please note there are no Left Luggage facilities available, so ensure you do not travel with any of these items as if discovered they will be confiscated and unfortunately cannot be returned.