This is the year... the year that we've all been waiting for! Can Andy Murray finally end 75 years of misery and become the first British player to walk away with the Wimbledon tennis title?
Over half a million spectators will attend the All England Club to find out, and since there are only 500 tickets for the centre courts available, you will have to turn up seriously early to be certain of bagging a seat.
The outer courts still have plenty of good games, and you should be able to grab tickets for those if you arrive by 9 AM. (The queue is by the Gate 3 turnstiles.) But if you want to try and get tickets for the show courts then it is recommended that you join the queue well before 7.30 AM. Another queue will form after 5 PM for late entry.
Centre Court -- play starts at 1 PM, apart from the last 2 days when it's 2 PM. A limited number of tickets are available each day, apart from the last 4 days when all are sold in advance
No.1 Court -- play starts at 1 PM. A limited number of tickets are available each day
No.2 Court -- play starts at 12 noon. A limited number of tickets are available for the ﬁrst 9 days. There are no games scheduled after the 4th July
No.3 Court -- play starts at 12 noon. A limited number of seats are unreserved, and you might have to queue for them to become available. There are no games scheduled after the 2nd July
Courts 4—19 -- play starts at 12 noon. All of the seats are unreserved