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About Debenture Seats

Debenture seats are privately owned seats which are purchased for a 5 year term from Wimbledon. These are the only type of seats allowed to be bought and sold privately for the Wimbledon Tennis Championship.

Private Debenture holders either use their seats for themselves, being able to attend every day of the tournament, some use them for corporate entertaining and others allow their seats to be offered for sale for all or some of the days of the tournament.

Official Wimbledon Debentures provides this seating availability and is guided by the prices requested by the Wimbledon Debenture holders and by seating demand. Prices and availability fluctuate in the run up to Wimbledon as demand increases and seat choice becomes limited.

Ballot tickets released earlier in the year are purchased on allocation only and cannot be resold by the buyer. If you purchase ballot tickets privately you may be refused entry by the Wimbledon stewards.

If you were unable to get tickets through the ballot you can purchase official Debenture Seats or Hospitality packages from official agents. These will guarantee access to Wimbledon.

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Debenture Seat Ownership


In more recent years Debenture seats have become more readily available, due to the vast increase in the interest for Debenture seats as an investment rather than direct use by the Debenture owners (They are even traded freely on the London Stock Market).

This in turn has helped to make prices more competitive across the board and with prices changing daily in the run up to the Wimbledon Tournament, and even multiple times in the last few days before the tournament begins, it is a good idea to book early to ensure you are able to attend the day and court that you would like.

What do you get with your Debenture seat?


Debenture seats are an excellent way to enjoy watching the Wimbledon Tennis Tournament. They always provide one of the best views of the court and include some amazing extras:

  • An excellent view of the court, superior to most of the general seating
  • Access to the exclusive Debenture lounges, where you can have a full lunch or purchase some the best Wimbledon refreshments; strawberries, cream, champagne, tea and sandwiches
  • A free Parking space near to your court entrance - (Please request if required, when booking)


If you would like to know more or would like to make a booking please contact our team 020 8935 5901 or book online




  Debenture FAQs


Q) Is there a dress code?

A) There is no dress code as such for visitors to Wimbledon. If entering the Debenture Lounges a smart/casual attire is appropriate. However, gentlemen do not need to wear a jacket and tie. Smart shorts are acceptable for ladies/gentlemen, especially when Wimbledon is fortunate enough to have some of its hotter days.


Q) When does Wimbledon open/When should I get there?

A) The grounds open at 10.30am. Play on Centre Court and No.1 Court starts at 1.00pm, the only exception is the two final days where play starts at 2.00pm. There are matches on the other courts (Courts 2-9) from 12noon on the first 8 days and from 11.00am the second week for junior matches.





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