The application phase for the Wimbledon Public Ballot for The Championships 2023 is now closed.

If you have applied for the Wimbledon Public Ballot you will be notified via email of your success, from February 2023 onwards, with information regarding your ticket offer and instruction on how to make payment.

For those who have not entered the Wimbledon Public Ballot, or who are unsuccessful with their application, tickets for The Championships 2023 may still be purchased in advance through our official hospitality provider Keith Prowse or on the day through The Queue, which includes premium seats on Centre Court and No.1 Court. Please see below for more information.





- On-day sales will once again be available via The Queue , while guests on-site will also be able to make use of the ticket resale scheme.  

- Ticket integrity will continue to be of the utmost importance, with strictly one pair of tickets available per household.




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.

The Wimbledon Public Ballot is a random draw so there is no guarantee that your application will be successful; but, we believe that every applicant should have an equal chance of success.

Please read and follow our instructions carefully to maximise your chance of success before you complete your application:

- Submit only one application for a maximum of two tickets per myWIMBLEDON account, per email address or per household.

- Applications via the Wimbledon Public Ballot can be made for the following categories of tickets, with the successful applications being offered a ticket or tickets from one category for one day: Centre Court or No.1 Court or No.2 Court or No.3 Court; one pair of tickets, two single tickets (i.e. the seats will not be adjacent), one single ticket.

- In relation to the latter, your application will be invalid if a member of your household (e.g husband, wife, partner or another member of the family) applies individually from the same address.

- Apply only from your permanent residential address – where you are registered on the Electoral Roll. Your application will be invalid if you apply from a student/ temporary address or your holiday home or your business address.

- Except for the one ticket that you can transfer to your guest, you must use the tickets yourself – please do not apply for tickets as a gift or to sell.

- Tickets must not be sold, transferred or advertised for sale or transfer whether online or elsewhere. Any tickets advertised for sale or transfer will be void.

- Subject to AELTC’s policies, anyone found to be in breach of these rules may not be eligible to apply for or receive tickets distributed under the Conditions of Sale.

Please note, signing up to myWIMBLEDON does not gain entry into the Wimbledon Public Ballot; you will need to apply when the application phase opens.





- The Queue and Ticket Resale will return in 2023 for on-day sales.

- Ticket integrity will continue to be of the utmost importance, with strictly one pair of tickets available per household.