We want to ensure that the Rothesay Classic Birmingham is as welcoming, inclusive and accessible as possible, working within the restrictions of a temporary outdoor venue.
If you would like to see additional facilities at the tournament, or if you have any other personal requirements, please let us know below. Assistance on site is available should you need it, so please speak to an Event Volunteer.
A number of accessible car parking spaces are available at the EPC Car Park located on Sir Harry’s Road, with easy access to the main entrance to the tournament.
Accessible parking doesn't need to be booked in advance, but please have your blue badge ready to show the security steward on arrival. If you don't have a blue badge but still need access to accessible parking please email RothesayClassicBirmingham@lta.org.uk.
We have accessible toilets located behind the West Stand of Centre Court near Court 1. There will be a map of the grounds available on site, or you can ask one of our volunteers on site for more information.
No dogs are allowed in the venue, except for registered guide dogs. Registered guide dogs are only allowed in the disabled areas on Centre Court. Individuals wishing to access Centre Court with their registered guide dog must buy a ticket for the disabled area.
There are a number of accessible wheelchair spaces available on Centre Court which provide space for one wheelchair user accompanied by a carer. Please note that the carer/companion ticket is complimentary. You can purchase wheelchair and essential companion tickets online ahead of the tournament.
Tickets are currently on sale for the Rothesay Open Birmingham, which can be purchased below:
For anyone needing Ambulant Disabled seating, please contact the Ticket Factory on the telephone number below in order to purchase your tickets that meet your requirements. Those requiring a FOC Essential Companion will also be able to arrange this over the phone by calling 0800 640 5001.