Wimbledon 2021 tickets: How can I apply, what is the capacity and is there a queue this year?

THE WIMBLEDON fortnight is among us!

Strawberries, cream & two weeks of world class tennis at SW19 await. But how can you get there?

How can I get Wimbledon tickets?

Tickets for the fortnight will ONLY be able to be purchased online this year.

Register on the myWIMBLEDON ticket portal for news and updates regarding availability.

Prices start from £27 for a ground ticket to £115 for a Centre Court ticket for the first week, rising to £240 for Centre Court for the finals day.

Can you queue on the day?

Sadly not. Because of Covid the famous SW19 queue will not be in place this year.

Before, people had been able to rock up on the day and wait for tickets. But this will not be here this year.

Wimbledon organisers said: "Given the likelihood of continued social distancing requirements this summer and with consideration for the health and safety of all the public, there will not be a Queue in operation for this year’s Championships.

"The Queue remains a much-loved and important Wimbledon tradition, and we look forward to its return in 2022."

What capacity will Wimbledon be at?

This year, the All England Club will have 50% capacity across the grounds, with the aim of building to FULL capacity crowds of 15,000 on Centre Court for the finals weekend on July 10/11.

When is Wimbledon?

Wimbledon takes place from June 28 to July 11.

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