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	CENTRE COURT DEBENTURE 
HOLDERS’ FACILITIES 
THE CHAMPIONSHIPS, WIMBLEDON
MONDAY 29
TH
 JUNE — SUNDAY 12
TH
 JULY 2015
CENTRE COURT 
DEBENTURE HOLDERS’ FACILITIES 
Entrance to the facilities for Centre Court is gained by 
showing your ticket together with your debenture swing tag.
Centre Court facilities have their own cloakrooms and toilets.
WI-FI
Free Wi-Fi in Centre Court debenture areas 
Exclusive debenture holders access code:
— debenture user name: 
AE2015
— password: 
[email protected]
MOBILE CHARGING LOCKERS
Charge most mobile devices
Up to 30 minutes charging period
Lockable units so devices can be left for a short time
Free to debenture holders
Located in the business centre
BUSINESS CENTRE
Located at the North Concourse entry
Computers, printers and iPads available
THE WIMBLEDON SHOP
Located next to the Business Centre
Selected range of merchandise from The Wimbledon 
Collection
Open from 10.30am until 7pm
Changing room
Goods can be left until closing or taken to the cloakroom 
CLOAKROOMS
Located in debenture holders’ entrance
Small items can be left, including shop purchases
Please note bag restrictions for entry to the Grounds
LATE PLAY
Gallery bar remains open until 10pm or 30 minutes after 
the end of play, whichever is earlier
In the event of the roof being closed to ensure play due to 
darkness, supper baskets will be available in the Terrace 
until play resumes under the roof
2
THE ROOF TOP
Terrace bar on top of the Centre Court building
Sharing platters of seafood, tapas plates, gourmet 
sandwiches
Fine wines, Pimm’s and premium bottled beers
THE RENSHAW
CENTRE & NO.1 COURT DEBENTURE HOLDERS
Reserved table for the day
Three course lunch and afternoon tea, a welcome glass of 
Pimm’s or champagne on arrival, wines with your meal and 
a complimentary bar throughout the day
All inclusive price
Reservations can be made for a maximum of six persons 
per table
RESERVATIONS
The Courtside, The Champions’ Room and The Renshaw 
restaurants (subject to availability) 
Contact via email: 
[email protected]
DRESS CODE
Smart casual
No torn jeans, running vests, dirty trainers or sports shorts 
Tailored shorts are acceptable
Gentlemen are not required to wear a jacket and tie
THE CHAMPIONS’ ROOM
Reserved table for the day
Four course luncheon, afternoon tea, a welcome glass of 
Pimm’s or champagne on arrival, specially selected wines 
with your meal and a complimentary bar throughout the day 
All-inclusive price
Reservations can be made for a maximum of six persons 
per table
THE COURTSIDE
Fine dining restaurant
Three course luncheon menu 
Traditional Wimbledon afternoon tea
Reservations can be made for a maximum of six persons 
per table
THE COURTSIDE BALCONY
Light bistro menu 
Open-air restaurant
No need to make a reservation
THE TERRACE
Light refreshments available from 10.30am
Lunch from 11.30am
Supper baskets from 6.30pm
Should the roof be closed to ensure play due to darkness 
this restaurant will remain open until play resumes 
No reservations
THE GALLERY
Bar provides a great selection of drinks
Deli sandwiches available from 11am until 2pm 
Lunchtime Seafood station
Open until 10pm or 30 minutes after end of play on Centre 
Court, whichever is earlier
RESTAURANTS & BARS
DUPLICATE TICKETS & SWING BADGES
Report any losses immediately to the Ticket Oce 
020 8971 2739
Duplicates can be issued but must be collected from the 
Ticket Oce in person by the debenture holder on the day
Duplicate tickets once requested take priority over the 
original tickets
£12 charge per ticket 
Debenture holders will be required to assist the AELTC in 
connection with the use or abuse of the original tickets 
issued 
GROUND OPENING & MATCHES
Grounds open from 10.30am daily
Main draw matches start at 11.30am on Courts 2—19
Junior matches start at 11am from middle Saturday
All timings are provisional and may be changed at the 
discretion of the Referee
CENTRE COURT PLAY
Play starts at 1pm until Finals weekend
Play starts at 2pm on Final Saturday and Sunday
Tickets are for the court specied on the date shown and 
entitle the holder to entrance to that court and not to 
viewing a particular match or round of matches
Matches may be moved from one court to another at the 
discretion of the referee
USEFUL INFORMATION
GANGWAYS
2 – For Gangways beginning with 2 exit the Debenture 
area at ground level and use the north-east entrance to 
Centre Court
3 – Gangways beginning with 3 are accessed via the south 
exit of the Terrace Restaurant or the west exit of the 
Courtside Restaurant
TICKET RESALE KIOSK 
Please oer your ticket for scanning as you leave the 
Grounds
Resale tickets sold after 3pm and subject to availability
Proceeds donated via the Wimbledon Foundation, the 
charity of the All England Lawn Tennis Club 
TRANSFERRING DEBENTURE TICKETS
Each ticket gains one person entry to Grounds
Under no circumstances can tickets be passed to another 
person outside the Grounds when you leave
To exit and re-enter the Grounds via gate 5 or 13 a valid 
ticket and the appropriate wristband are required
In the interests of safety and security, and in order to 
comply with licensing requirements, each Debenture 
Ticket can only be used to enter the Grounds once. 
Re-admission with a Debenture Ticket is only available 
with an appropriate pass-out (which is non-transferable) 
and Debenture Ticket holders cannot transfer a Debenture 
Ticket if such ticket has already been used to obtain entry 
to the Grounds 



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SAFETY & COMFORT
Come prepared for all weather conditions whether hot or 
cold, wet or dry
Please wear appropriate footwear 
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
A limited choice of pre-packaged gluten-free foods can be 
purchased on request in the Aorangi Food Court
ACCESS TO THE GROUNDS 
In order to facilitate entry into the Grounds, debenture 
holders are encouraged to use Gate 4 on Church Road. 
Debenture holders using Car Park 8 should, once 
parked, follow the signs within the Golf Course marked 
with arrows to: 
Debenture Holders’ Entrance — Gate 
; exiting from the Golf Course boundary wall via the 
access gate which is opposite Gate 4 on Church Road 
(see map on 
p8 & 9
). Debenture holders will still be 
able to use other public entrance gates to gain access 
to the Grounds.
PROHIBITED ITEMS
The following items are prohibited from the Grounds:
TRAVELLING TO THE CHAMPIONSHIPS
ARRIVING BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT
TfL journey planner: 
t.gov.uk
London Underground to Southelds tube station: 
thetube.com
 or 
0843 222 1234
Train to Wimbledon: 
nationalrail.co.uk
 or 
southwesttrains.co.uk
 or 
08457 484950
Tram to Wimbledon: tramlink.net
Walking route from Southelds station
Shuttle bus from Wimbledon station 
CAR SERVICE
Gerrards: 
[email protected] 
or 
020 8944 5252
Available for arrival and return journeys
Exclusive to debenture holders
Avoids long taxi queue at end of play
TAXIS
Shuttle service from ranks at Southelds and Wimbledon
Gate 13 rank for southbound journeys including Wimbledon
Gate 4 rank for northbound journeys including Southelds
Taxi sharing encouraged at peak times and at end of play
CAR PARKING
Car Park 8 has an area especially reserved for debenture 
holders 
Bookings via AA up to start of The Championships: 
01256 493535 
Unreserved public parking in Car Parks 6 and 10 (subject to 
available capacity)
Disabled’ car parking may be available for Blue Badge 
holders via AA: 
01256 492110
Sat-Nav post codes: 
SW19 5AG
 and 
SW19 5AF
. Do not use 
SW19 5AE
AA Roadwatch: 
09068 884322
 or 
884 322
 from a mobile
MOTORCYCLES
Parking available in Car Park 4 at a charge of £10
MINIBUSES
Parking available in Car Park 4 at a charge of £30
BICYCLES
Racks available in Car Park 8 free of charge
PARK & RIDE
See 
wimbledon.com
 for details
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TENNIS CLUB WIMBLEDON
THE CHAMPIONSHIPS, WIMBLEDON 2015
Entry to the Grounds of the All England Lawn Tennis Club requires a valid ticket, authorised 
voucher or pass issued by or on behalf of The All England Lawn Tennis Club (Championships) 
Limited (“AELTC”), which must be retained at all times and implies acceptance of the following 
conditions which have been established for the safety and enjoyment of all our visitors and may 
be amended from time to time:
SAFETY AND SECURITY
The AELTC reserves the right to limit items which may be brought into the Grounds and to search 
bags, vehicles and the person before granting entry to the Grounds and other specic facilities 
within the Grounds.
PROHIBITED ITEMS
The following items are prohibited from the Grounds:
Any bag exceeding 40cm x 30cm x 30cm (16” x 12” x 12”);
Hard-sided containers/items – such as picnic hampers/cool boxes, asks and camping chairs;
Any item which may be interpreted as a potential weapon and/or compromise public safety, 
including sharp or pointed objects (e.g. knives, large corkscrews), ‘personal protection’ sprays 
and reworks/ares;
Large ags (over 2’ x 2’), banners, rattles, klaxons or oversized hats;
Any objects or clothing bearing political statements or commercial identication intended for 
‘ambush marketing’.
Visitors in possession of prohibited items may be refused entry or ejected from the Grounds.
ALCOHOL AND REFRESHMENTS
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. 
Bottles of spirits or fortied wines will not be allowed into the Grounds. The consumption of 
alcohol is permitted only in public bars and other authorised areas. Glass drinking vessels may 
not be used on the Show Courts; all drinks taken onto the Show Courts must be covered to avoid 
spillage. Hot and/or strong smelling food may not be taken onto the Show Courts. The AELTC 
reserves the right to refuse entry to the stands of any court to anyone carrying alcohol and to ask 
anyone drinking alcohol in the stands to leave.
BEHAVIOUR
The use of any annoying or dangerous behaviour, foul or abusive language or obscene gestures, 
the removal of shirts or any clothing likely to cause oence and the climbing onto any building, 
wall or other structure/equipment and the use of wheeled footwear is forbidden and may result 
in ejection from the Grounds.
COURTS
Unauthorised persons are not permitted on the courts at 
ANY
 time.
PHOTOGRAPHY AND FILMING
The use of photographic equipment must not inconvenience any other person in the Grounds. 
Still photographs, lm, videotape or other audio-visual material recorded within the Grounds 
may not be sold, used or published commercially in any way whatsoever unless authorised by 
the AELTC and may be conscated by the AELTC if such usage is suspected. AELTC shall own all 
intellectual property rights in materials taken or recorded in the Grounds.
MOBILE TELEPHONES, TABLETS, COMMUNICATIONS DEVICES AND RADIOS
The use of mobile telephones, computers or other electronic devices, communication devices, 
audio-visual equipment or radios must not inconvenience fellow spectators or any other person 
in the Grounds or be used to capture or transmit data for the purposes of assisting betting or 
gambling or any commercial purpose; in particular they must be 
SWITCHED OFF
 in and around 
the courts in play. Personal headphones must be used when listening to radios inside the 
Grounds. Betting is prohibited in the Grounds at all times.
TICKETS
Championships tickets may not be bought, sold or distributed without lawful authority.
FILMING AND BROADCASTING AT THE CHAMPIONSHIPS
During the Wimbledon fortnight, various lming, photography and broadcasting takes place. By 
your presence at The Championships, you grant your permission for your likeness and voice to be 
included in pictures and/or on lm and their exploitation and advertising without compensation 
or credit.
THE AELTC RESERVES THE RIGHT FOR ITS AUTHORISED EMPLOYEES, AGENTS, CONTRACTORS 
AND POLICE OFFICERS TO REMOVE FROM THE GROUNDS ANY PERSON WHO CONTRAVENES THE 
ABOVE ‘CONDITIONS OF ENTRY’ AND ANY PERSON WHOSE PRESENCE AND/OR BEHAVIOUR IN THE 
GROUNDS COULD REASONABLY BE CONSTRUED AS DANGEROUS, A NUISANCE OR ANNOYANCE TO 
ANY OTHER PERSON IN THE GROUNDS.
ASOFSEPTEMBER
CONDITIONS OF ENTRY 
TO THE GROUNDS