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The clever way to secure Wimbledon tickets in 2023

*Editor’s note: Good news and bad news! Due to incredibly high demand, Wimbledon 2023 hospitality packages are now sold out, but you can now register your interest for Wimbledon¬†2024 to avoid disappointment.

Or if you are still keen to watch quality grass court tennis this summer then our features on how to get tickets for Eastbourne and Queen’s are still relevant as those tournaments still have availability for hospitality packages.

Tickets to watch Wimbledon 2023 are some of the most sought after, not just for tennis fans but sports fans in general. With many left frustrated by the challenge of guaranteeing their seat at The Championships, Wimbledon this is where hospitality experts like Keith Prowse enter the discussion.

Wimbledon is one of, if not the most recognisable sporting events on the global calendar thanks to a combination of its location, its heritage and the household names that compete every year for the title of Wimbledon champion. These elements all combine to make the two weeks of grass court tennis at SW19 into a ‘must visit’ occasion unrivalled in it’s position on many sports fans bucket list.

Tennishead recently published it’s ever popular article ‘How to get Wimbledon 2023 tickets‘ to help fans in their quest for a seat on the show courts to watch their tennis idols battle it out on the perfectly manicured lawns. If you hadn’t read the article you may have been under the illusion that only the rich and famous can make it onto Centre Court. In fact some of the best seats are available for anyone to secure thanks to an exclusive relationship between the All England Lawn Tennis Club and Keith Prowse hospitality.

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Wimbledon tickets 2023 Keith Prowse Treehouse


Often now referred to as a ‘Premium Experience’, hospitality packages include a guaranteed seat on the court of your choice combined with a luxurious dining and socialising opportunity at a stunning location within or just outside the grounds of the All England Lawn Tennis Club itself.

Since 1830 when William Keith and Robert Prowse started as a theatre ticket-selling business, Keith Prowse has flourished to become market leaders in sports hospitality with an official partnership to offer VIP packages for The Championships. And it seems that if recent reviews are anything to go by, the experience just keeps on improving as one happy customer gushes…

“All in all, this was a 10/10 experience worth every penny and we will be back with friends next year. Thank you for making our first Wimbledon experience a wonderful dream come true.”



An example of the packages on offer is ‘The Treehouse’ experience which includes:

  • New premium informal experience
  • Individual places in shared space
  • Roaming small plates from 2* Michelin chef, Tom Sellers
  • Exclusive balcony & live DJs
  • Centre Court or No.1 Court tickets for days 1-10 only
  • From ¬£855 pp (+ VAT)

For us, the peace of mind together with the guarantee of a good view, the ease of purchase and on site location plus the sheer indulgence of the catering make this an option to be very carefully considered when planning your trip to Wimbledon this year.

As the official hospitality partner of The Championships, Keith Prowse are also contributing £5 for every ticket sold, to the Wimbledon Foundation. By buying official, you are helping to support the powerful work of the amazing charities that receive funding from the Wimbledon Foundation.

For more information on Wimbledon 2023 tickets or to book your VIP experience, visit the Keith Prowse website or give them a call to discuss in person on 02034 112 901


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Tim Farthing, Tennishead Editorial Director & Owner, has been a huge tennis fan his whole life. He's a tennis journalist and entrepreneur as well as playing tennis to a national standard. He also helps manage his local club and volunteers for his local tennis organisation. He's a specialist in content about the administration of professional tennis and tennis coaching for all levels.