Wimbledon

This year’s tournament will take place between Monday 28 June and Sunday 11 July. Wimbledon will be operating at 50% capacity across the grounds, building to full capacity crowds of 15,000 on Centre Court for the final weekend.

Travel advice for Wimbledon

Wimbledon will be different this year due to Covid-19 restrictions and we encourage you to plan ahead as services to and from London are likely to be busier than usual.

If you are travelling to London:

  • Do Not Travel – if you have any Coronavirus symptoms or are generally feeling unwell. Refer to the NHS latest advice on symptoms.
  • Allow plenty of time to make your journey – Plan your journey and if possible, try to avoid travelling during the busiest times of the day or avoid the busiest trains. To help you do this, you can use our Seat Finder Tool.
  • Be considerate of others by keeping a safe and sensible distance from other customers and our colleagues. Due to high demand on and around match days social distancing capacity onboard our trains may be affected.
  • You must wear a face covering indoors at the station and on the train unless exempt.

Find out more about Coronavirus Travel Information

Travel guidance for the final weekend at Wimbledon

The final weekend of the tournament is on 10 July and 11 July, with current plans to have Centre Court at its full capacity of 15,000 people. We expect our services to be very busy this weekend due to the Euro 2020 final being played at Wembley on 11 July. Find out more about travel advice for Euro 2020.

Travelling to Wimbledon

The nearest East Midlands Railway station is London St Pancras. To get to Wimbledon from there you can travel on the London Underground on the Piccadilly Line (10 stops) to Earl’s Court and then the District Line (6 stops) to Southfields. From Southfields it is a 15 minute walk or alternatively you can catch the 493 bus service which will take you to Wimbledon Tennis Club and Museum.

Find out more about getting to Wimbledon.

All matches are ticketed and this year Wimbledon will be operating at 50% capacity across the grounds, building to full capacity crowds of 15,000 on Centre Court for the final weekend.