The grand slam tournament takes place every year from Monday 1st July until 14th July.
How to Get Wimbledon Tickets
The Queue: Several thousand tickets are put on public sale during the tournament itself. You'll have to queue for these and, in the end, you might not be able to score a seat, but if you're in the area anyway and have some patience, you can certainly give it a try.
The AELTC Grounds are open daily from 10:30am until one hour after close of play. Play is scheduled to start on Centre and No.1 Courts at 1pm for the first eleven days of The Championships and 2pm on finals' days. On all other courts the start of play will be at midday for at least the first eight days and 11am for Junior matches in the second week.
Around 500 tickets for each of the Centre (except for the last four days), No. 1 and No. 2 Courts are reserved for sale at the turnstiles every day.
Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships Daily Ground ticket prices : Monday to Saturday before 5pm: £25
* Show up really early on the day you want to attend (6am!)
* Bring snacks, entertainment, sunblock and WAIT.
* It will be a while! But, once you get in, you can see all the games on the outer courts (for only £25!)