The Championships, Wimbledon 2025

30 Jun-13 Jul 2025
London, UK
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Your travel experience to The Championship, Wimbledon 2025 starts here.

Wimbledon is the oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament in the world. The third Grand Slam of the year, after the Australian Open and Roland-Garros, Wimbledon is the only Grand Slam held on grass courts, which makes play fast and unique. The tournament is also home to unique traditions from strawberries and cream, to champagne breakfasts, white outfits and royal patronage. Wimbledon is a true bucket-list experience and a fabulous occasion to explore London and the UK, where a multitude of exciting attractions and destinations await.

Our team are currently working on our Wimbledon 2025 packages, due to be released in mid to late 2024. Packages will include official debenture tickets (including access to restaurants and lounges), accompanied by hand-picked 4-star and 5-star hotels in central London, daily breakfast and transport options. Enhance your trip further with extra travel services including extra nights, flights, transport, sightseeing and travel insurance. Whether you’re looking for a short Wimbledon experience or planning a longer UK trip, our expert team are here to ensure you have an unforgettable Wimbledon 2025 travel experience.

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Don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have questions or require more information. We look forward to welcoming you to London and Wimbledon for the excitement of The Championships, Wimbledon 2025.



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  • Introduction

    Wimbledon, officially known as The Championships, Wimbledon, is the oldest and one of the most prestigious tennis tournaments in the world.

    Held annually at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in London since 1877, it is one of the four Grand Slam tennis tournaments, alongside the Australian Open, French Open, and US Open. Wimbledon is renowned for its grass courts, traditional all-white dress code for players, and the presence of royal patrons. The tournament features men’s and women’s singles and doubles, mixed doubles, and junior events, drawing top players and massive global audiences every year​.

    And London is the perfect host city for such a prestigious and historic event. 18th-century writer, Samuel Johnson famously remarked “when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life” and this quote rings true on every visit to London. Besides the many world-famous landmarks, London is a chameleon city, always evolving and adapting with something new and exciting around every corner. If you’re been before, you might skip the famous attractions and instead aim to wander the parks, squares, museums and riverbanks soaking up the energy and atmosphere of summer, filled with vibrant events, garden parties and unique experiences to discover.

    Whether you’re looking for a short Wimbledon experience or planning a longer trip to the UK, we look forward to being your travel partner and will have Wimbledon 2025 packages available soon. Packages will include debenture tickets and reserved tickets, hand-picked hotels, daily breakfast and transport options. Packages can be customised with extra travel services including extra nights, flights, transport, sightseeing, travel insurance and more.

    For now we invite you to join the waitlist, so you’ll be notified when packages go on sale.

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    Fast facts

    1. Strawberries and Cream Tradition: Wimbledon is famous for its strawberries and cream. On average, 166,000 portions are served during the tournament, with 10 liters of cream and 28,000 kilograms of strawberries consumed annually​​.
    2. Longest Match Ever: The longest match in Wimbledon history took place in 2010 between John Isner and Nicolas Mahut. It lasted 11 hours and 5 minutes, spread over three days, with Isner winning 70-68 in the fifth set​​.
    3. Wimbledon Hawk: A Harris hawk named Rufus is employed to patrol the skies over Wimbledon to keep pigeons away from the courts. Rufus even has his own Wimbledon security pass!​​.
    4. Ball Boy/Girl Training: Ball boys and girls, known as BBGs, undergo rigorous training to ensure they perform their duties with precision. About 250 BBGs are selected each year from over 1,000 applicants​​.
    5. Slippery Grass: The grass on the courts is cut to a precise height of 8mm during the Championships, and it can become very slippery. Players often remark on how tricky it can be to maintain their footing​​.
    6. No Advertising: Wimbledon is unique among major sports events for its lack of advertising around the courts. The only exception is the official timekeeper, Rolex​​.
    7. Oldest Champion: The oldest man to win the Wimbledon singles title is Arthur Gore, who was 41 when he won in 1909. The oldest woman to win is Charlotte Cooper Sterry, who was 37 when she won in 1908​​.
    8. Champagne and Picnics: Spectators at Wimbledon consume more than 29,000 bottles of champagne and often enjoy picnics on Henman Hill (also known as Murray Mound), a popular spot for watching the matches on a large screen​​.
    9. Centre Court Roof: The retractable roof on Centre Court was first used in 2009. It takes about 10 minutes to close and allows play to continue during rain, which is common during the English summer​​.
    10. White Clothing Rule: The all-white clothing rule at Wimbledon is strictly enforced. In 2013, Roger Federer was asked to change his orange-soled shoes because they did not comply with the dress code
  • Destination

    Destination London

    London, the capital of the United Kingdom, is a vibrant and diverse metropolis that seamlessly blends history and modernity. Established by the Romans over two millennia ago, it has grown into one of the world’s most exciting cities, renowned for its cultural and historical significance. London is home to iconic landmarks such as the Tower of London, Buckingham Palace, and the Houses of Parliament with Big Ben, which draw millions of tourists each year and offer a glimpse into the city’s rich past.

    The city boasts a dynamic cultural scene with world-class museums, galleries, and theaters. The British Museum, the Tate Modern, and the National Gallery house impressive collections of art and artifacts, while the West End is famous for its theater productions, rivaling Broadway in New York. Despite being a bustling urban center, London offers numerous green spaces like Hyde Park, Regent’s Park, and Hampstead Heath, providing residents and visitors with serene environments for relaxation and recreation.

    One of the most ethnically diverse cities in the world, London features neighborhoods like Chinatown, Brick Lane, and Southall that showcase the city’s multicultural fabric through their unique cuisines, festivals, and markets. London’s food scene is incredibly diverse, offering everything from traditional British fare to international cuisines, with Borough Market, Camden Market, and a plethora of restaurants catering to all tastes and preferences.

    London’s public transportation system is extensive and easy to navigate. The London Underground, commonly known as the Tube, is the oldest underground railway network in the world. The city also offers buses, trams, and river services, making it easy for visitors to explore.

    The city hosts numerous events throughout the year, such as the Notting Hill Carnival, Wimbledon Tennis Championships, and the London Marathon, highlighting its vibrant community spirit and global appeal.

    Architecturally, London is a mix of historical and contemporary styles. From the medieval Westminster Abbey to the modern Shard skyscraper, London’s skyline reflects its evolving character. This unique combination of history, culture, and innovation makes London a captivating destination for travellers, offering endless opportunities for exploration and enjoyment.


    In July, London typically experiences warm and pleasant weather. The average high temperature during the month is around 23°C (73°F), while the average low temperature is about 14°C (57°F). This is generally the warmest month of the year for London. Expect rain a few times a week, generally brief showers.

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Frequently asked questions

  • When is Wimbledon 2025?

    Wimbledon 2025 will start on Monday, 30 June 2025 and finish on Sunday, 13 July 2025.

  • Where is Wimbledon 2025?

    Wimbledon is always held at All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club (AELTC), located in Wimbledon to London’s south west. Wimbledon is best access via London Tube on the District Line from central London.

  • When do Wimbledon 2025 packages and tickets go on sale?

    Wimbledon 2025 tickets will go on sale in late 2024, typically in November, once the public ballot is drawn. Travel packages, including debenture tickets and reserved seats, will go on sale a little earlier, typically around August.

  • How can I buy Wimbledon 2025 tickets?

    There are three ways to buy tickets for Wimbledon 2025:

    The first way is to enter the public ballot run by Wimbledon. Registrations typically open in September-October and the ballot is drawn in November.

    The second way is to queue on the day at AELTC for general admission tickets (no reserved seats will be available on the day). The Queue as it’s official known often starts very early in the day and can take hours. And there is no guarantee tickets will be available.

    The third way is to buy a travel package, including debenture tickets and reserved seats, plus hotel accommodation and other services. Travel packages go on sale earlier than the public ballot and save you time and money by offering additional services for one fixed price, in your local currency. Travel packages also enable to you to book other services for your trip early, such as flights, and take advantage of better prices and more availability of services.

  • What types of Wimbledon 2025 packages are available?

    For Wimbledon 2025 we will offer a range of travel packages, all including official debenture tickets on Centre Court and No.1. Court. Debenture tickets unlock access to exclusive debenture restaurants and lounges. Packages will also come with hand-picked 4-star and 5-star hotels, daily breakfast, London Visitor Oyster Cards and more. You can then customise your experience with extra travel services including extra nights, flights, transport, sightseeing and travel insurance.

    For Wimbledon 2024 we offered the following packages, however additional options may be available for Wimbledon 2025:

    – Day 1 Opener Package
    – Day 2 Value Package
    – Tuesday Quarter-finals Package
    – Wednesday Quarter-finals Package
    – Gentlemen’s Semi-finals Package
    – Ladies’ Final Package
    – Gentlemen’s Final Package

  • What is a Wimbledon debenture ticket?

    A Wimbledon debenture ticket is a premium ticket associated with a financial investment in the All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC). It guarantees prime seating on Centre Court or No. 1 Court for every day of the tournament, offering some of the best views. Debenture holders enjoy exclusive access to lounges, bars, and dining areas. Debenture tickets are the only ticket type that can be resold by travel providers.

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