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The Queen's Club, London: 15 - 21 June 2015
2015 Tournament Information
In 2015 the traditional ticket ballot has been replaced with a General Sale in March. Centre Court, Court 1 and Ground Admission tickets will be sold on a first come, first served basis and can be purchased online via www.aegonchampionships.com or via the Official Aegon Championships Telephone Booking Line 0844 209 7356.*
The Aegon Championships is also introducing a Priority Ticket Membership where members will receive the first opportunity to buy a guaranteed two tickets to the tournament, followed by British Tennis Members and finally the General Sale in March.
Be the first to get your hands on tickets with the Aegon Championships Priority Ticket Membership! A limited number of 2015 memberships will be sold for £30 each, guaranteeing the ability to purchase up to two Centre Court tickets to the 2015 tournament in advance of both the British Tennis Members advance sale and the General Sale.
Members can purchase either two tickets on one day or one ticket on two days as part of the Priority Ticket Membership window. Members will also get the opportunity to buy a further four tickets in the General Sale, bringing the maximum quantity of tickets which can be purchased to six instead of the usual four.
The best available seats within each price band on each tournament day have been set aside and tickets will be sold on a first come, first served basis. Memberships are on sale NOW and are available to buy online by clicking here. Sign up to the Official Aegon Championships mailing list to receive more details on how you can buy a membership.
No, General Sale tickets can be purchased without being on the Official Aegon Championships mailing list, however, we would recommend joining as the mailing list is notified of additional ticket releases and key tournament information. Official newsletters with exclusive news, behind the scenes content and relevant partner offers will also be sent to the mailing list from time to time.
Visit the ticketing information page for ticket prices. Note that tickets purchased on the gate will cost an additional £5 per ticket.
Prices are carefully chosen to reflect the provisional order of play for each court per day. For further information on the draw size, please see the 2015 Tournament Information section below.
Keith Prowse is the Official Hospitality Provider for the Aegon Championships. Please visit the hospitality page for more information or contact Keith Prowse directly at www.keithprowse.co.uk or on 01895 451189 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are a number of wheelchair spaces available on Centre Court and Court 1 which provide space for one wheelchair user accompanied by a carer. Please note that the carer/companion ticket is complimentary.
Babes in arms and children under five will not be allowed into the stands. All children aged five years and over will need a ticket and will be charged at the full rate. Children aged under 16 years must be accompanied by an adult. We discourage bringing infants to the tournament as we are unable to provide specific changing facilities.
Limited Centre Court and Court 1 returns are available to purchase on the gate each day along with a minimum of 300 Ground Admission tickets from Monday to Friday. It is difficult to advise on what time to arrive as the queue size depends greatly on weather and the matches scheduled for the day. Please note that Centre Court and Court 1 tickets purchased at the onsite Official Box Office will cost an additional £5 per ticket than the advance prices.
Ground Admission tickets will be available to purchase in the General Sale in March via www.aegonchampionships.com and the Official Aegon Championships Booking Line 0844 209 7356.*
Ground Admission tickets give access to all public facilities within the grounds, plus unreserved seating on outside Show Court 9. You will also get the opportunity to watch the action on all the practice courts, including the unreserved seating on Court 2. Ground Admission tickets do not give access to Centre Court or Centre 1.
Yes, evening Ground Admission tickets will be offered on Monday 15 and Tuesday 16 June from approximately 5:30pm at 50% of the advertised price of normal Ground Admission tickets. Ground Admission tickets can be purchased for Wednesday 17, Thursday 18 and Friday 19 June for £10 each.
Evening admission times are dependent on the weather and other factors, and are subject to change at the tournament’s discretion. Priority will be given to local residents.
Once inside the grounds, it is possible to purchase Centre Court and Court 1 returns. The price for these will be £5 each and all proceeds will go to the tournament’s designated charities.
It is difficult to advise on what time to arrive as the queue size depends greatly on weather and the matches scheduled for the day. Limited Centre Court and Court 1 returns are available to purchase at the onsite Official Box Office each day along with a minimum of 300 Ground Admission tickets from Monday to Friday.
No, there is no debenture scheme at the Aegon Championships.
Tickets are non-refundable and may not be exchanged or returned unless the event is cancelled, moved to another date, moved to another venue or as otherwise set out in the terms and conditions of purchase.
The 2015 policy will be made available shortly.
Yes, up to 500 spectators per day are welcome to watch the tournament’s qualifying matches on Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 June. Admission is free of charge as not all facilities within the grounds will be open due to final preparations taking place for the Aegon Championships.
Eligible residents are offered the option to visit the tournament with a guest on multiple days between Monday 15 – Friday 19 June from 4.30pm. Eligible residents will receive a leaflet through their letter box with further details nearer the tournament, including how to register for these tickets.
The Aegon Championships at The Queen’s Club has been one of the most prestigious tennis tournaments in the world for decades. In 2015 the event will be even bigger and better as it has been upgraded in status from an ATP World Tour 250 event to an ATP World Tour 500 event. With the upgrade of the tournament there will be double the ranking points available and an extra $1 million dollars in prize money on offer, making the tournament more appealing to players than ever before.
The Aegon Championships has moved back one week in the tennis calendar to Monday 15 - Sunday 21 June, occupying the middle week of an expanded three-week grass court build-up to Wimbledon.
As part of becoming an ATP World Tour 500 event the draw size has changed to a 32 singles draw and 16 doubles team draw.
Yes, the smaller draw size means there will be no byes in the singles draw and therefore every one of the top eight seeds will either play on Monday or Tuesday of the tournament. This means that, for the first time, some of the highest ranked players in the draw will be in action on the opening day of the tournament – Monday June 15. This change has been reflected in the price of a Monday Centre Court ticket. In addition, the quantity of matches played on Court 1 will be reduced, a change reflected in the price of a Court 1 ticket on the relevant days. Finally, Court 2 will be used predominately as a practice court in 2015 instead of a Show Court.
Note that the daily order of play will be published on www.aegonchampionships.com during the evening before. All schedules are subject to weather conditions and change at the tournament’s discretion.
The reduced 32 singles draw means there will be no byes for any singles players in 2015 and therefore every one of the top eight seeds will either play on Monday or Tuesday of the tournament. This means that, for the first time, some of the highest ranked players in the draw will be in action on the opening day of the tournament – Monday 15 June. This change has been reflected in the price of a Monday Centre Court ticket.
The reduced 32 singles draw has reduced the quantity of matches expected to be played on Court 1. This change has been reflected in the price of a Court 1 ticket.
The reduced draw sizes mean there are fewer expected matches scheduled on the outside Show Courts, which is reflected in the price of a Ground Admission ticket. Court 2 will also be predominately used as a practice court instead of a Show Court.
The 2015 seating plan can be seen by clicking here.
Note that the East Stand has been split into three different price points to better reflect the quality of the view from each seat:
Information on the 2015 Player field will be constantly updated on our website. Please check the Aegon Championships News section in the lead up to the event.
The Queen’s Club is in West Kensington, London. The nearest underground station is Barons Court on the District and Piccadilly lines which is an approximately 3-4 minute walk from the station. View our venue information for more details.
General Sale tickets can be purchased without being on the Official Aegon Championships mailing list, however we would recommend joining as the mailing list is notified of additional ticket releases and key tournament information. Official newsletters with exclusive news, behind the scenes content and relevant partner offers will also be sent to the mailing list from time to time.
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