Wimbledon tickets 2020

Getting your hands on Wimbledon tickets just became easier

Yes, it’s always the most asked question in the UK in June, “How do I get tickets for Wimbledon?” and now the answer is much simpler… Go online!


Wimbledon have announced that the 2020 Wimbledon ticket ballot will be a fully online process.

Wimbledon have today said the following, “The All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club (AELTC) today announced the countdown to the launch of the 2020 Wimbledon Public Ballot, the first time the process of obtaining Wimbledon tickets will be fully online.

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The Wimbledon Public Ballot, first launched in 1924, is intended to be the fairest means of obtaining tickets for The Championships. Entry into the Ballot does not automatically entitle applicants to tickets, but to a place in the draw.

In moving the process online, the AELTC felt the time was right to develop an enhanced and connected online customer journey which will not only improve and simplify the experience of applicants, but also ensure they are kept informed of their Ballot application status at all times throughout the process and beyond to The Championships 2020 itself.

Entry into the Wimbledon Public Ballot is comprised of two compulsory phases: Registration – open from 9 September to 21 October, followed by Application – open from 1-30 November. It will not be possible to submit an Application unless the Registration phase has been completed.”

To be in with a chance of getting one of these highly sought after tickets you need to either read our in depth article or follow these steps to enter the ballot:

Wimbledon tickets 2020 public ballot process

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