What are the Dates for Wimbledon 2015?
When you should arrive
- If you want to queue for Ground Passes, it is wise to join The Queue a few hours before the reasons available at 9.30am.
- Please be aware: Entry at any time is subject to Grounds ability, which does differ. Spectators may only be admitted as people leave, at the mercy of weather / conditions of Grounds.
- a note: Bags deposited in left-luggage should not be any larger than 60cm x 45cm x 25cm.
On your arrival at the end of The Queue you're going to be released with a Queue Card. This card is dated and numbered showing your position in Queue. It should be retained and will be checked on entry towards the Grounds. These are non-transferable.
Please note therefore that your place inside Queue (and as a consequence exactly what admission you certainly will obtain) is determined in what time you get to The Queue.
At the beginning of the morning (around 6am) anybody inside Queue should be woken because of the Stewards, requested to dismantle any instantly equipment, and close up into a stronger formation to generate room for anyone joining The Queue at the time.
At around 7:30am Stewards will issue wristbands to those to the front regarding the Queue who will be queuing for passes the Show Courts. The amount of wristbands issued precisely matches the total amount of seats designed for each courtroom thereon time.
Wristbands, marked by courtroom and with a detachable 'court' tally, may be wanted to queuers based on the amount of Show Court seats readily available. On achieving the entrance kiosk, the tally should be detached and given on cashier who'll issue one ticket for the judge from the tally.
Handicapped site visitors with transportation impairments
You can find facilities for mobility-impaired visitors to wait nearer the Grounds. Entry into Grounds will be within the Queue Card number purchase. Kindly ask any Steward for further support. Handicapped site visitors with transportation impairments just who intend to purchase seats at the time of play should telephone the Ticket workplace on +44 (0)20 8971 2473 for additional precisely queuing and auto parking arrangements.
a welcoming environment
We acknowledge the help and collaboration associated with the Metropolitan Police, the Wimbledon Park club and the London Boroughs of Merton and Wandsworth in supplying a safe environment for individuals who need to queue day-to-day and/or overnight for Championships passes.
We appreciate your cooperation with our Stewards, sustained by experienced safety Officers plus the Police, assure good behavior within the Queue and restraint regarding sound and also the consumption of alcohol, and we particularly request you to respect the environment. The Honorary Stewards function a Code of Conduct when it comes to Queue and certainly will arbitrate in almost any dispute.