Due to our unique relationship with the sports industry and sponsors, Sincura tickets is pleased to offer Debenture tickets for Wimbledon 2017. Being the biggest and most prestigious Grand Slam on the tennis calendar Wimbledon is an absolute must for anybody due to the nature of this world class sporting event.
Debenture Tickets and Corporate Packages for Wimbledon 2017 will once again be at a premium, especially after Andy Murray’s fantastic victory over Milos Raonic in 2016 – which saw the British star collect his second Wimbledon title.
If you are looking to enjoy a day of stunning hospitality and sport then look no further than our Wimbledon VIP hospitality packages and Wimbledon tickets. Entertain your valued clients and guests in a true VIP style.
Debenture seats are the best tickets available on No 1 and Centre Court and offer the finest tennis experience. They are valid for the full day and also provide access to all outside courts on a first come – first served basis. What’s more, they are also the only seats that are available for sale before the tournament.
All Debenture tickets come with Debenture Lounge Badges which provides access to a number of bars and restaurants exclusive to Debenture Holders.
*All prices per ticket (Plus VAT)
*Hospitality upgrade (Park golf club which can be seen below) £290pp + VAT.
The Grounds are open from 10.30am daily.
On Courts 2 - 18 ,play is provisionally scheduled to start at 11.30am for main draw matches on at least the rst eight days and at 11.00am for Junior matches on the middle Saturday and during the second week
On Centre Court, play will start at 1.00pm except on the final two days when play starts at 2.00pm
Play on No.1 Court will start at 1.00pm on all 13days
No.1 Court: The first phase of major work has commenced on the installation of a roof on No.1 Court. This means that, for The Championships 2017, there will be almost no cover for ticket holders in No.1 Court and we would recommend you to bear this in mind when preparing for your visit, as the weather conditions may vary dramatically
For the daily Order of Play please check the Official Programme
The AELTC reserves the right to change the programme of play without notice where it is necessary to do so.
Centre and No.1 Court debenture holders have their own restaurant and bar facilities which have been designed to be places in which to eat, drink and relax in stylish surroundings. The Centre Court facilities offer debenture holders a variety of different restaurants and bars. The No.1 Court debenture facilities are within the No.1 Court building and overlook courts 14–17. Light refreshments are available in the debenture holders’ restaurants and bars from 10.30am and are open for lunch from 11.00am. Payment may be made by credit card or cash. Entrance to the facilities for either the Centre Court or No.1 Court is gained by showing your debenture ticket for that court. Centre Court and No.1 Court facilities have their own cloakrooms and toilets. Wi-Fi is available in the debenture restaurants and bars. The access code can be obtained from the debenture reception desks in Centre and No.1 Courts. The dress code for admittance to the restaurants and bars is smart casual. In particular, we request that you and your guests do not wear torn jeans, running vests, dirty trainers or sports shorts. Tailored shorts for both ladies and gentlemen are acceptable. Gentlemen are not required to wear a jacket and tie. All debenture tickets have details of the dress code printed on them. In fairness to, and in the interests of all our guests, please respect the dress code. Smoking is not permitted in any of the debenture holders’ areas including outdoor balconies.
The Champions’ Room is available all day for the sole use of Centre Court debenture holders. This exclusive restaurant o ers our nest service with a reserved table for the day with a sumptuous four course luncheon, afternoon tea and a welcome glass of Pimm’s No.1 Cup or Lanson White Label Brut NV on arrival. Specially selected wines are served with your meal and a complimentary bar is available throughout the day for an all inclusive price.
Reservations can be made for a maximum of eight persons per table.
The Renshaw Restaurant is available all day for the exclusive use of both Centre Court and No.1 Court debenture holders. Situated directly below the No.1 Court debenture holders’ lounge, The Renshaw o ers guests a reserved table for the day with a three course luncheon and afternoon tea. We o er a welcoming glass of Pimm’s No.1 Cup or Lanson Black Label Brut NV on arrival, with wines to accompany your meal and a complimentary bar throughout the day for an inclusive price.
Reservations can be made for a maximum of eight persons per table.
The Courtside Restaurant is our fine dining restaurant offering Centre Court debenture holders a delicious three course luncheon menu and traditional Wimbledon afternoon tea. An extensive wine list is available, including a selection of wines served by the carafe.
Reservations can be made for a maximum of six persons per table for luncheon. Afternoon tea is served from 3.30pm.
Guests can enjoy signature dishes created by our celebrity chefs, renowned for their inspirational menus – Albert Roux obe, Tom Aikens, Bryn Williams and Martin Wishart. We are proud of our association with these chefs and the exceptional dishes they help to create for debenture holders.
In between matches on court, return to The Courtside a traditional afternoon tea, with the option to add a chilled glass of Lanson champagne. Our afternoon tea includes the classic combination of nger sandwiches and Devon scones, accompanied by a ne selection of sweet pastries, and of course strawberries and cream.
Offering 2 or 3 courses this is the perfect place for an al fresco lunch watching Wimbledon at large. There are no reservations so we recommend you arrive early. The Courtside Balcony has become a popular spot to enjoy traditional afternoon tea served from 3.30pm.
The Terrace self-service restaurant provides Centre Court debenture holders with a variety of choices throughout the day. It is an ideal location for a quick lunch or afternoon tea while enjoying the wonderful view from the balcony looking out over the Tea Lawn. Supper dishes are available from 6.00pm–8.00pm daily. In the event of the roof being closed to ensure play due to darkness, The Terrace will be available until play re-commences under the roof. It is not possible to make reservations. At busy times our hosts will assist in seating guests and we recommend you arrive early.
Light refreshments are available such as bloomer sandwiches, selection of cakes and scones, jam and clotted cream along with hot and cold beverages.
The Roof Top bar is an open terrace bar on top of the Centre Court building with spectacular views of the outside courts and Wimbledon Park golf course. Debenture holders can enjoy sharing platters of seafood, tapas plates, gourmet sandwiches and ne wines, Pimm’s No.1 Cup and premium bottled beers whilst enjoying the fresh air. Bean to cup Lavazza coffees, speciality teas and a full wine list accompany this menu in the open air haven.
Due to the small size of this bar debenture holders are encouraged to arrive early.
The Gallery Bar provides wonderful views over the outside courts and the London skyline and has been designed for debenture holders to enjoy a great selection of drinks in an elegant setting. A limited food o er is available from 11.00am–2.00pm for debenture holders to enjoy with their drinks. The bar remains open until 10.00pm or 30 minutes after the end of play, whichever is earlier. However, in the event of the roof being closed to ensure play due to darkness, The Gallery will be available until play re-commences under the roof.
Primarily designed as a bar for people to enjoy a drink before, during and after the main play of the day, a light luncheon food o er is available. Designed for guests wanting a more relaxed style of cuisine the bar serves a range of sandwiches, sushi and coffees. The coffee bar is open from 10.30am serving a range of Lavazza coffees and tea. A selection of pastries are available.
Overlooking courts 14 and 15 this restaurant o ers an exciting Italian lunch menu with a range of antipasti, stone baked pizzas, delicious pasta dishes, specially selected wines and, of course, strawberries and cream. Afternoon tea and a light bites menu are available throughout the rest of the day.
Light refreshments are available in the debenture holder’s self- service restaurant from 10.30am and lunch from 11.00am. It is not possible to make reservations but the restaurant is designed to cater for a large number of diners at peak times.
Light refreshments are available such as bloomer sandwiches, a selection of cakes and scones, jam and clotted cream along with hot and cold beverages.
This bar for the exclusive use of debenture holders is built above the South East staircase and overlooks the main concourse and Court 17. A selection of freshly made sandwich platters and sushi is available from 11.00am–2.00pm for debenture holders to enjoy with their drinks. Please don’t hesitate to view this bar as your base for the day, relaxing with a drink and enjoying the stunning views intermixed with the fantastic tennis action on No.1 Court.
We recommend you check the weather and ensure you are prepared for all weather conditions.
Sensible and suitable footwear is recommended, we do not recommend flip flops or high heels.
We recommend you leave bags at home however if you must bring one, make sure it is smaller than 40cm x 30cm x 30cm.
Allow plenty of time to reach the All England Club as local roads will be congested and there are lots of security measures
People with special dietary requirements are advised to bring food drink with them, however there are a number of gluten-free products at the Aorangi Food Court, the Conservatory Kitchen and Café Pergola.
If you are intending on bringing alcohol ensure that you do not bring bottles of spirits and follows the falling guidelines : Alcohol may be brought into the Grounds but is limited to the equivalent of one bottle of wine or Champagne (750ml) or two cans of beer (500ml) or two cans of premixed aperitifs per person.
Keep your ticket on you at all times
Do not leave items unattended
Allow good time to reach your seat or destination within the Grounds – do not rush through crowded areas
Take care when negotiating stairways inside and outside the stadia. In common with most other sports and entertainment venues, there are no supporting rails in tiered sections of the stands
Switch off mobile phones, tablets and other communication devices in the stands and around the courts, and keep any camera ashes suppressed
In common with many other major sports and entertainment events, The Championships will not allow ‘selfie sticks’ into the Grounds
Only enter or leave a stand at a change of ends and never during a tie-break
Do not make a noise during a rally, never applaud a net cord or double fault
Smoking, which includes e-cigarettes, is forbidden within the stands of any court and in all areas covered by legislation
Drinks can only be consumed from plastic or cardboard cups. Only uncorked bottles are permitted on courts
Babies in arms and children under 5 are not permitted in any Show Court.
Do remember to hand in or offer your Show Court tickets for scanning as you leave the Grounds – these will be resold for charity.
If travelling by public transport, then:
For Wimbledon and the south, please exit via Gates 13 or 12 for taxis, bus shuttle to Wimbledon Station, Park & Ride, and the Central London bus service
For SouthFields and the north, please leave via Gates 4 or 5 for taxis, or Gate 1 for a 12 minute walk to Southfields station
Please leave plenty of time if you have onward connections.
We would strongly recommend that you plan your journey in advance, taking into account that roads and public transport servicing The Championships will be heavily congested, and extra time may be needed to complete your journey.
South elds: Walking from South elds Station to the Grounds takes approximately 12 minutes (Gate 1).
Wimbledon: Walking from Wimbledon Station to the Grounds (Gate 5 or 13) takes approximately 25 minutes. A walking map denoting the shortest route is available on pages 54 & 55.
The Transport for London website offers a comprehensive journey planner for travelling around London by train, tube, tram and bus at tfl.gov.uk
Southfields on the District Line, see tfl.gov.uk.
South West Trains
Wimbledon via South West Trains from Waterloo, see nationalrail.co.uk or southwesttrains.co.uk.
Services run to Wimbledon from Croydon and the suburbs. For more information see tfl.gov.uk
There are dedicated bus services running to and from Wimbledon station direct to The Championships, and to and from Central London via St Pancras, Euston, Baker Street, Marble Arch and Victoria. An accessibility shuttle will be available from South elds for those who might experience di culty in walking to the Grounds. For more information on these and other local bus services please see londongeneral.co.uk/wimbledon
On arrival there are taxi services from taxi ranks at Wimbledon and South elds Stations. For your return journey a shuttle service operates from the taxi rank in Somerset Road (Gate 13) for Wimbledon and the south, and Church Road (Gate 4) for South elds and the north, as well as services to all other destinations.
The All England Club is situated in a densely populated suburb of London and local roads can be heavily congested during The Championships, therefore please allow plenty of time to complete your journey and gain access to car parks. On-street parking is not permitted in any of the roads around the All England Club during The Championships. Offending vehicles will be removed.
Routes to the championship - Please follow the signposted routes. One-way systems may be in operation at peak times in the Wimbledon area.
Sat Navs - The AELTC lies between SW19 5AG and SW19 5AF. Do not use the postcode SW19 5AE to locate the AELTC via Sat Nav.
Drop off/ Pick up - Blue Badge drop off points are available opposite Gate 13 on Somerset Road or Gate 4 on Church Road. For those pre-booking taxis for departure from the Grounds the pick up point is situated in Marryat Road.
Car Park 4 entrance in Somerset Road (includes motorcycle parking) Opens at 8.00am
Car Park 6 entrances in Church Road and Home Park Road Opens at 6.00am
Car Park 8 entrance in Church Road (includes free bicycle parking) Opens at 8.00am
Car Park 10 entrance in Wimbledon Park Road (unreserved) Opens at 6.30am
Parking for motorcycles is available in Car Park 4 at a charge of £10. This can be pre-booked through theaa.com/wimbledon or purchased on the day.
Parking is available in Car Park 4 at a charge of £30 on the day or £25 if booked in advance (for bookings visit theaa.com/wimbledon).
*Our Concierge Team are on hand to organise any of your travel needs.
The desire to protect the safety and security of all visitors means that comprehensive security measures will be in place for The Championships, including extensive searches (of bags, vehicles and the person) on entry to the Grounds and the Show Courts.
Please note there are restrictions on bag sizes (not exceeding 40cm x 30cm x 30cm / 16” x 12” x 12”) and hard-sided items in addition to the prohibited items (below). The speed of entry to the Grounds is decreased dramatically when multi-pocketed bags/backpacks are presented.
There will be no general left luggage facilities inside the Grounds. However, debenture holders will be able to leave small items in the debenture holders’ cloakrooms along with coats and umbrellas.
All bags will be searched:
On entry to the Grounds
At the entrances to Show Courts
Before acceptance at left luggage facilities
Every effort will be made to speed your progress through the search procedures; however, this process depends on the requirements of the Metropolitan Police.
You are strongly advised to arrive as early as possible. We know that these procedures may be inconvenient but we are sure that you will understand the need to protect the safety and security of all our visitors.
- Sharp Objects
- Hard sided items
- Selfie Sticks
- Personal Protection
- Large Flags
- Ambush Marketing
- Political Slogans
- Rattles or Klaxons
- Illegal Substances
- Camping Seats
- Lenses over 300mm
Wimbledon is a prestigious event and with our hospitality options to make this even more special. The packages we offer can be seen below:
With fabulous views across to Centre Court the golf club at Wimbledon provides an idyllic location in which to enjoy sumptuous hospitality at this premium event. Also included:
..Four course meal
As one of the Official Hospitality facilities at Wimbledon, appointed by The All England Club, The Centre Court Skyview Suites bring guests the ultimate hospitality experience right in the heart of the action, with stunning views across the London Skyline., Other information:
..Onsite/ private facilities
..court seats together
The Executive Restaurant has full use of the balcony overlooking the practice courts, and the Garden Restaurant Also included:
..Four course meal
As one of the Official Hospitality facilities at Wimbledon,appointed by The All England Club, the Fairway Village is located a short walk from Wimbledon Centre and No. 1 Courts. Also included:
..Four course meal
As one of the Official Hospitality facilities at Wimbledon, appointed by The All England Club, the Gatsby Club offers fresh, contemporary decor with a huge dash of glamour and impeccable hospitality. Also included:
..Four course meal
The Barclays ATP World Tour Finals returns to London’s O2 Arena for the seventh year in a row. The event, renowned around the tennis circuit as the exclamation point to the ATP World Tour serves as the ATP Master’s Series finale, giving the top eight men’s singles and doubles teams in the world an opportunity to challenge one another for a chance to bring home the year-end title.The Barclays ATP World Tour Finals feature a round-robin format, comprising of two groups of four players, each to play a minimum of three matches, with the top four moving on to play in an elimination round on the final two days of play. For fans, this ensures top level quality tennis and gripping competition. London’s twenty-thousand seat O2 Arena is the perfect venue, as the indoor setting creates an electric, intimate setting to watch world class tennis.
Sincura tickets is pleased to offer a range of VIP hospitality options – suitable for entertaining clients, colleagues, family or friends – to all the dates and sessions for this prestigious event. Early bookings will ensure top quality facilities and best reserved seats.
A day with your family and friends at the Barclay’s ATP World Tour Finals could not be more perfect than in the comfort and luxury of your own Private Suite. An intimate and wonderfully relaxed way to watch the world’s greatest tennis players from an exceptional vantage point. Your Private Suite includes complimentary drinks at the bar and a selection of gourmet dishes served by your own dedicated hostess.
This new hospitality offer for the 2015 Barclay’s ATP World Tour Finals sees the hospitality team up with the famous Gaucho restaurant chain. Start your experience at the immensely popular Gaucho restaurant, located within The O2. Here you can enjoy a champagne reception before moving on to a delicious two-course dining experience, followed by the ‘main course’ – watching the world’s best singles players and doubles teams, from the same excellent category 1 seats as match business seat patrons.
The Barclay’s ATP World Tour Finals is the UK sporting calendar’s best opportunity to entertain friends and network with clients. The relaxed atmosphere of The O2 Arena’s newly designed VIP Lounge is the perfect location for that winning combination of premium hospitality, top tennis and best available seats.
Enjoy the excitement of the Barclay’s ATP World Tour Finals with excellent seats and a shared hospitality experience. The casual lounge-style setting offers great finger-food with a premium selection of beverages.
Groups Stages: Afternoon £280, Evening £320 or Full-Day £360
Semi Finals: Afternoon £550, Evening £550 or Full-Day £990
Finals: Evening £755
Private boxes and shared hospitality options available.
We have a range of stylish suites holding 15, 18 and 30 people, so why not watch the tennis with your friends in style?
..Exclusive access to private suite, with fantastic view, at the O2 for both sessions ( 2 singles and 2 doubles)
..Private balcony seating directly outside the suite
..Four course gourmet buffet
..Complimentary beers, wines and soft drinks
..Dedicated suite steward and concierge service
..Official souvenir program
..Car parking on request
This new and stylish VIP lounge offers guests gourmet food coupled with a complimentary bar and excellent lower tier seats offering guests a fantastic view of the matches and a chance to soak up all of the atmosphere the finals have to offer.
Match Club (price on allocation):
This casual bistro-style setting offers guests a complimentary bar with a light informal meal and finger food coupled with category one lower tier seats.
The Sincura Tickets team have two mission statements; to be able to source any ticket for any event and to beat the market prices. We have exceeded these expectations and now supply tickets to over 180 hotel concierges, credit card companies, and private and corporate clients both in the UK and Worldwide. We are the primary market and provide tickets to other agencies. Our hand selected team has over 50 years’ experience in the industry. We are officially appointed to represent the leading venues, teams and events which include being selected as the VIP ticket partner for the London Olympics 2012 and the Rugby World Cup 2015.