How much do Wimbledon tickets cost?
Ticket prices for Wimbledon this year vary depending on the day and court selected.
The most prestigious event of the tennis calendar is back. Since the first tournament 145 years ago in 1877, The Championships have been hosted by the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in Wimbledon, London.
Since its inaugural edition in the late nineteenth century, Wimbledon continues to be one of the most popular tennis tournaments in the world.
When does Wimbledon 2022 start?
This year, Wimbledon starts on Monday 27 June and concludes on Sunday 10 July.
Monday 27 June – men’s and ladies’ singles first round
Tuesday 28 June – men’s and ladies’ singles first round
Wednesday 29 June – men’s and ladies’ singles second round
Thursday 30 June – men’s and ladies’ singles second round
Friday 1 July – men’s and ladies’ singles third round
Saturday 2 July – men’s and ladies’ singles third round
Sunday 3 July – men’s and ladies’ singles fourth round
Monday 4 July – men’s and ladies’ singles fourth round
Tuesday 5 July – men’s and ladies’ singles quarter-finals
Wednesday 6 July – men’s and ladies’ singles quarter-finals
Thursday 7 July – ladies’ singles semi-finals
Friday 8 July – men’ singles semi-finals
Saturday 9 July – ladies’ singles final, men’s doubles, final, ladies’ doubles final
Sunday 10 July – men’s singles, mixed doubles finals
How to buy tickets
Ticket prices for Wimbledon this year vary depending on the day and court selected, ranging from £8 (cheapest) for a final day ground pass to £240 (most expensive) for access to centre court for the finals on 9 and 10 July.
There will be no public ballot for Wimbledon tickets this summer unlike in previous years. Those who were successful in the 2020 ballot and took up their offer will be offered the same day and court for this year’s championships.
Any of these tickets that are not taken up will be distributed to individuals who register for this chance.
All other tickets will be available for public purchase via the Queue and Ticket Resale.
Message for fans
Wimbledon.com has a message for fans:
“The AELTC cannot guarantee that tickets purchased other than from itself or authorised agents will be valid or will gain entry. Customers who buy tickets from other sources do so at their own risk. Do not buy tickets from touts or any other unauthorised agent, they will not gain you access to the Grounds.
“Tickets with the word Debenture printed on them in place of the price may be legally transferred or sold on. All other tickets are strictly non-transferable and must neither be sold or advertised for sale whether on the internet, in newspapers, or elsewhere. Any such tickets advertised for sale will be void.”
Check availability for Wimbledon tickets, which will be distributed via the official Wimbledon mobile apps on iOS and Android. Availability of tickets will be held at strictly one pair of tickets per household.