Set across 42 acres, our main site is home to The All England Lawn Tennis Club, The Championships, The Wimbledon Foundation and the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum & Tours. It comprises a total of 18 Championship grass courts (including Centre Court and No. 1 Court) and 14 grass practice courts located in Aorangi Park. A further six grass practice courts are available during The Championships, which are located temporarily on our three Croquet Lawns at the north end of the Grounds.In 2018, the All England Club also acquired the Wimbledon Park Golf Club, just across the road to our main Grounds. This provides an additional 73-acres of land, marking a significant moment in Wimbledon's history and providing certainty for future strategic planning. Future plans include bringing our Qualifying Tournament on-site with 38 new grass courts, plus a new third 'parkland show court'. In addition, there are plans for a new 23-acre publicly accessible park, which will make it the largest area of private land in London to be opened up for public access.
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The All England Lawn Tennis Club Community Tennis Centre is a privately-owned site located in Raynes Park, South West London.The AELTC acquired the 22 acre site in 1990. Over the years the site has been used to support The Championships through the provision of six grass courts and was also used by local schools for athletics, football and cricket.In 2016 the Club redeveloped the grounds, constructing six acrylic courts, three of which were covered by an inflatable airdome.In June 2016 the new facilities were opened by AELTC Chariman, Philip Brook, Sir Andy Murray, Jamie Murray OBE, Tim Henman OBE and Jordanne Whiley MBE.In 2019 a second phase of development began, with the addition of a further three indoor acrylic courts in a second airdome, sixteen Championship grass courts, a maintenance building for the Grounds team and equipment and an additional entrance on Cannon Hill Lane to be used for deliveries and staff access.The final phase of the development works commenced in November 2022 and will include the construction of a two-storey Clubhouse, a new entrance and extended car parking facilities and a junior tennis play area with ancilliary buildings and seating infront of the outdoor courts.Amenities Located at:216 Grand DriveRaynes ParkLondonSW20 9NBVisit usWe are approximately a 15 minute walk from Raynes Park station. The 163 bus route runs between Morden Underground station (Northern Line) and Wimbledon Station (Overground, District Line, Thameslink & Tram) via Raynes Park Station (Overground).Car parking is available. There is also a bicycle rack for those who wish to come on two wheels; please remember to bring your own lock.When approaching the facility, please drive slowly as the entrance is slightly obscured between residential houses; keep an eye out for the AELTC gates.If you have any additional questions please do not hesitate to contact us.
Formerly known as the Bank of England Sports Centre, the site is now managed by the All England Lawn Tennis Club. As well as hosting the Wimbledon Qualifying Event, the Club is committed to providing facilities for community sport.The Wimbledon Qualifying and Community Sports Centre is proud to work in collaboration with local schools and community groups to host sporting activities, training sessions and matches from September to May.Amenities Visit usBank Laneoff Priory LaneLondonSW15 5JQThe Wimbledon Qualifying and Community Sports Centre is approximately a 20-minute walk from Barnes train station.Car parking is available. There is also a bicycle rack for those who wish to come on two wheels; please remember to bring your own lock.If you have any additional questions please do not hesitate to contact us.