Trains to Wimbledon
The nearest train station for access to the Wimbledon Tennis Championships is Wimbledon Rail Station. However, this is an approximate 30 minute walk away and is up a hill. Visitors can take the underground to Southfields station, on the District Line, which is slightly closer and is the nearest tube stop to the grounds.
Founded originally as a croquet club in 1868, the All England Club has hosted Wimbledon since 1877, making Wimbledon the oldest tennis tournament in the world. There are 54,250 balls used during the Championships period and 142,000 portions of English strawberries are consumed throughout the event!
AddressThe All England Lawn Tennis Club (Championships) Limited,
Tel: +44 (0)20 8944 1066
Opening times vary depending on the competition
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